1816, May 21876, Jul 14
a Canadian poet and dramatist. His first published work was The revolt of Tartarus, a poem in six parts, published in two editions: one under his own name in London in 1852, and a second, heavily edited and published anonymously in Montreal, in 1855. He published Sonnets in 1855, Saul: a drama in three parts in 1857, and other works later in his life.
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