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  Joseph Warton - LoveToKnow 1911
JOSEPH WARTON (1722-1800), English critic and poet, eldest son of Thomas Warton (see below), was baptized at Dunsfold, Surrey, on the 22nd of April 1722, and entered Winchester school on the foundation in 1735.
Warton was far from having the genius of Collins, but they were at one in their impatience under the prevailing taste for moral and ethical poetry.
Warton was a prebendary of St Paul's and of Winchester Cathedrals, and held the livings of Upham and of Wickham, Hampshire, where he died on the 23rd of February 1800.
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 Joseph Warton
Joseph Warton (1722-1800) was an English academic and literary critic[?].
Joseph was educated at Winchester College and at Oriel College, Oxford, and followed his father into the church, becoming curate of Winslade[?] in 1748.
In 1755, he returned to his old school to teach, and from 1766 to 1793 was its headmaster, but it was a role in which he did not distinguish himself.
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  Thomas Warton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Warton (January 9, 1728 – May 21, 1790) was an English academic and poet, holder of the title of Poet Laureate from 1785.
Warton was born in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, and was the younger brother of Joseph Warton.
Warton contributed to the general project of the ballad revival.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Joseph Warton
Warton, Joseph (1722-1800), English literary critic and poet.
Warton was a member of an 18th-century family of English poets and critics that...
Joseph, Saint, in the New Testament, husband of the Virgin Mary.
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 Joseph Warton Biography and Summary
Joseph Warton was an important contributor to the dynamic literary activity in the Age of Johnson (1740-1800).
It is common for the brothers Joseph and Thomas Warton to be regarded as a single phenomenon, and to speak of "the Wartons" has a certain justice.
Joseph Warton (April, 1722 – February 23, 1800) was an English academic and literary critic.
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 JOSEPH WARTON - LoveToKnow Article on JOSEPH WARTON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Warton went to Oriel College, Oxford, in 1740, and took his B.A. degree in 1744.
Warton was far from having the genius of Collins, but they were at one in their impatience under the prevailing taste for moral and ethical poetry.
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 Joseph Warton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joseph Warton (April, 1722 - February 23, 1800) was an English academic and literary critic.
Joseph was educated at Winchester College and at Oriel College, Oxford, and followed his father into the church, becoming curate of Winslade in 1748.
In 1755, he returned to his old school to teach, and from 1766 to 1793 was its headmaster, but it was a role in which he did not distinguish himself.
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 Warton, Thomas, 1728-90, English poet and literary historian. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Warton, Thomas, 1728-90, English poet and literary historian.
Warton, Thomas, 1728–90, English poet and literary historian
As a poet, Warton was more inclined toward light and humorous verse.
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 Thomas Warton
Thomas Warton (January 9, 1728 - May 21, 1790) was an English academic and poet, holder of the title of Poet Laureate from 1785.
Warton was born in Basingstoke[?], Hampshire, England, and was the younger brother of Joseph Warton.
He was educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Oxford, where he subsequently became a Fellow.
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 Poet: Joseph Warton - All poems of Joseph Warton
English critic and poet, eldest son of Thomas Warton (see below), was baptized at Dunsfold, Surrey, on the 22nd of April 1722, and entered Winchester school on the foundation in 1735.
Joseph Warton (April, 1722 – February 23, 1800) was an English academic and literary critic.
Joseph Warton page at The Literary Gothic, the web's premier guide to Gothic and supernaturalist literature written prior to 1950.
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 KPA2003 [ConfPaper]
Warton's general theme, far from being a novelty, had been a commonplace all through the neo-classic period in various guises" (1239).
It is important to keep in mind that Joseph Warton, as Sidney Lee suggests, is best remembered as a "learned and sagacious critic" (887), not as a philosopher or poet of the first or even the second rank.
Joseph Warton ought not to be confused with his more famous father, Thomas Warton (1688-1745), and brother, Thomas Warton (1728-1790)--a family designed to create embarrassment for people taking doctoral examinations.
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 Joseph Warton -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Joseph Warton (April, 1722 - February 23, 1800) was an English academic and (A critic of literature) literary critic.
There, a few years later, Joseph's younger brother, the more famous (Click link for more info and facts about Thomas Warton) Thomas Warton, was born.
Joseph was educated at (The oldest English public school; located in Winchester) Winchester College and at (Click link for more info and facts about Oriel College, Oxford) Oriel College, Oxford, and followed his father into the church, becoming curate of Winslade in 1748.
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Warton, along with Oliver Goldsmith and Edmund Burke, was a prominent member of The Literary Club, which was founded by Dr Samuel Johnson.
{\b General Comment}.s Warton was born in Hampshire, England, son of the older Thomas Warton, a poet and professor of poetry.
Warton edited some early poetry by John Milton who was a strong influence on his work.
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 AllRefer.com - Joseph Warton (English Literature, 1500 To 1799, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Joseph Warton, English Literature, 1500 To 1799, Biographies
Joseph Warton 1722–1800, English critic and poet, brother of Thomas Warton.
See J. Pittock, The Ascendancy of Taste: The Achievement of Joseph and Thomas Warton (1973).
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 Joseph Warton - Encyclopedia.com
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Joseph Warton 1722-1800, English critic and poet, brother of Thomas Warton.
Bibliography: See J. Pittock, The Ascendancy of Taste: The Achievement of Joseph and Thomas Warton (1973).
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Collins, William   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
His condition is described in different ways by his contemporaries: Warton calls it “a disordered or debilitated understanding”, John Ragsdale more dramatically as “a deplorable state of idiotism”, Thomas as deplorable langour of body, and dejection of mind', James Hampton said as a“ nervous disorder, which continued, with but short intervals, till his death.
Nevertheless, as part of a group of poets in the mid-eighteenth-century (alongside Joseph and Thomas Warton, and Mark Akenside), whom Johnson described as being “eminently delighted with those flights of imagination which pass the bounds of nature”, Collins became a major influence for poets who followed.
His close friend Joseph Warton produced a kind of manifesto for the new group which neatly encapsulates this aspect of Collins's work, setting against the poetry of “familiar life” (i.e.
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 Warton, Thomas, The Younger --  Encyclopædia Britannica
poet laureate from 1785 and author of the first history of English poetry, brother of the poet and critic Joseph Warton, and son of Thomas Warton the Elder (1688?–1745), professor of poetry at Oxford University (1718–26).
Warton gained an early reputation as a poet, and in his meditative, blank verse poem The Pleasures of Melancholy (published anonymously…
The poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1785 to 1790 was Thomas Warton.
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 JOSEPH WARTON (1722-1800) - Online Information article about JOSEPH WARTON (1722-1800)
JOSEPH WARTON (1722-1800) - Online Information article about JOSEPH WARTON (1722-1800)
Warton (see below), was baptized at See also:
Warton was far from having the See also:
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 Warton Coat of Arms
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Sarah Warton who settled in New England in 1718; Susannah Warton settled in Pennsylvania in 1686; George Wharton settled in Virginia in 1643; Phillip Wharton settled in Bermuda in 1635.
This practice, which often included paying homage to the Clan Chief at important events was effective in building respect, devotion and familiarity between different families within the same clan.
Warton Surname History and Coat of Arms Framed
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 Thomas Warton, the elder, c.1688–1745, English poet — FactMonster.com
Thomas Warton, the elder, c.1688–1745, English poet — FactMonster.com
Warton, Thomas, the elder, c.1688–1745, English poet, father of Joseph and Thomas Warton.
His collected poems, edited by Joseph Warton, and published posthumously in 1748, are primitive and biblical in tone; some are runic odes and may have influenced Thomas
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 §21. Hurd. X. The Literary Influence of the Middle Ages. Vol. 10. The Age of Johnson. The Cambridge History of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Though Joseph Warton was not a medievalist like Thomas, he had that appreciation of Spenser and Milton which was the chief sign and accompaniment of medieval studies in England.
His judgment of Pope and of modern poetry agrees with the opinion expressed by Hurd in his Letters on Chivalry and Romance (1762: six years after the first part of Joseph Warton’s Essay, eight years after Thomas Warton on The Faerie Queene).
What we have gotten by this revolution, you will say, is a great deal of good sense.
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 My Family - pafg31 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
HARRIET JESSIE OGLE [Parents] was born on 13 Aug 1883 in Rockdale, Iowa, USA.
JOSEPH CHARLES WARTON [Parents] was born on 4 Apr 1875 in Brierely Hill, Staffordshire, UK.
JOSEPH was counted in a census in 1881 in Corbyns Hall Cottages, Kingswinford, Stafford.
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 Poetry X » Poetry Archives » Joseph Warton » "Biography"
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Warton went to Oriel College, Oxford, in 1740, and took his B.A. degree in 1744.
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 Joseph Warton Preface   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Joseph Warton, Preface to Rape of the Lock
As the poet disappears in this way of writing, and does not deliver the intended censure in his own proper person, the satire becomes more delicate, because more oblique.
The motto to the second edition, when it was enlarged into five cantos, printed in octavo for Lintot, 1714, was from Ovid; as was that to the first: — "a tonso est hoc nomen adepta capillo." Both mottos seem to be happily chosen.
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 Joseph & Potiphars Wife in World Lit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Joseph: 1861-A Rumble of War [American Adventures, No 2]
Joseph Andrews, With Shamela, And Related Writings: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism
Joseph As an Ethical Model in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs Studia in Veteris Testamenti Pseudepigrapha No 6
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Essays on Wit No. 2 by Richard Flecknoe and Joseph Warton This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
127 and 133, Joseph Warton showed himself to be essentially in agreement with Addison's verdict, differing only in thinking that a few moderns might compare with the ancients in works of genius.
The essays of Joseph Warton is the _Adventurer_, and the typescript copy of the essay "Of Wit" from the _Weekly Register_ (as reprinted in the _Gentleman's Magazine_) are also taken from copies belonging to the University of Michigan.
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 Thomas Warton book online - - reprint   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Thomas Warton William Carew Hazlitt - History of English Poetry from the Twelth to the Close of the Sixteenth Century - 0838301878
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 virgil4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Christopher Pitt, the Eclogues and Georgics, with Notes on the Whole, by the Rev. Mr.
Joseph Warton: "Catrou seems to be the first commentator that has given the true interpretation of the subject of this famous Eclogue.
In the year 714 of Rome, says he, when Asinius Pollio and Domitius Calvinus were consuls, the people of Rome compelled the triumvirs Octavian and Anthony to make a durable peace between them.
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 Lynch, Dissertation Bibliography
Joseph Scaliger: A Study in the History of Classical Scholarship.
Levine, Joseph M. Humanism and History: Studies in the Development of Modern British Historiography.
Warton, Thomas, the Elder, Joseph Warton, and Thomas Warton the Younger.
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1863 Joseph, son of Wm and Mary of Preston, A Cotton Overlooker
William the husband of S A J Billington died on 5th December 1930 aged 57 years and wife Sarah Ann Jane died 21st March 1946 aged 72 years, their daughter Ellen wife of Ernest Worthington died on 2nd March 1979 aged 75 years and her husband Ernest Worthington died 18th November 1986 aged 84 years.
Joseph Billington died 29th October 1972 aged 78 years
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