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1723 in poetry

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1723 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).


English colonies in America

  • Samuel Keimer, Elegy on the Much Lamented Death of [. . .] Aquila Rose, a verse memorial memorable for having been set in type by Benjamin Franklin, then an employee of Keimer, a printer in Philadelphia
  • Francis Knapp, attributed, Gloria Britannorum; or, The British Worthies
  • Edward Taylor, A Funerall Teare [. . .] an elegy on Increase Mather
  • Great Britain

  • Henry Baker, An Invocation of Health: a poem
  • Sir Richard Blackmore, Alfred: An epick poem
  • Ambrose Philips, Ode on the Death of William, Earl Cowper
  • Matthew Prior:
  • Down-Hall
  • The Turtle and the Sparrow
  • Allan Ramsay, The Fair Assembly
  • Ned Ward, Nuptial Dialogues and Debates, 3rd ed.
  • Works published in other languages

  • Jean Baptiste Rousseau, Ode et Cantates, first published in London; French
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • January 27 – Johann Andreas Cramer (died 1788), German poet, writer and theologian
  • November 3 – Samuel Davies (died 1761), English Colonial American Presbyterian clergyman, president of Princeton College, author and poet
  • November 30 – William Livingston (died 1790), English Colonial American public official, poet and writer
  • Deaths

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • February 13 – Sarah Fyge Egerton (born 1670), English poet
  • February 26 – Thomas d'Urfey (born 1653), English writer of plays, songs, poetry and jokes
  • March 13 – René Auguste Constantin de Renneville (born 1650), French Protestant poet and historian
  • March 15 – Johann Christian Günther, German poet (born 1695)
  • June 8 – Isaac Chayyim Cantarini (born 1644), Italian poet, writer, physician, rabbi and preacher
  • September 23 – Jacques Basnage (born 1653), French Protestant poet, linguist and preacher
  • References

    1723 in poetry Wikipedia

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