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The penitential tyrant : a juvenile poem, in two cantos. : To which is prefixed, compendious memoirs of the author.

Author: Thomas Branagan; John James Barralet; David Edwin; Alexander Pope
Publisher: Philadelphia : Printed for the author., 1805.
Edition/Format:   Book : Document : Biography : Juvenile audience   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poems
Juvenile literature
Controversial literature
Juvenile works
Poetry
Juvenile poetry
Named Person: Thomas Branagan; Thomas Branagan
Material Type: Biography, Document, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Branagan; John James Barralet; David Edwin; Alexander Pope
OCLC Number: 425966984
Notes: Text probably intended for older children and young adults.
Frontispiece signed: Barralet del. Edwin sc.
Wood-engraving, p. [xlii], signed: James Poupard, sculp.
Error in paging: p. 81 misnumbered 91.
Description: 1 online resource (liii, [2], 56-122, [2] pages, [1] leaf of plates) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction --
Compendius memoirs, &c. --
A short account of poor Joseph --
The penitential tyrant; a juvenile poem, in three cantos --
Appendix. Messiah: a sacred ecologue, in imitation of Virgil's Pollio.
Responsibility: by Thomas Branagan, author of "Preliminary essay on slavery," "Avenia," &c. Late slave-holder from Africa, and planter from Antigua ; who, from conscientious motives, relinquished a lucrative situation he held in that island ; and now publishes to the world the tragical scenes he daily witnessed, and the infinite goodness of the Almighty in giving him fortitude to forsake and iniquitious employ. ; [Two lines of verse].

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