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Thomas Warton (9 January 172821 May 1790) was an English literary historian, critic, and poet. He was appointed Poet Laureate in 1785, following the death of William Whitehead (poet). He is sometimes called Thomas Warton the younger to distinguish him from his father Thomas Warton the elder. His most famous poem is The Pleasures of Melancholy, a representative work of the Graveyard poets.

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by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : printed for, and sold by J. Dodsley; J. Walter; T. Becket; J. Robson;; G. Robinson, and J. Bew; andMossrs. Fletcher at Oxford, 1775
 
 
 
by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : Printed for T. Becket, 1777
 
 
by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : printed for R. Dodsley; and sold by M. Cooper, 1747
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by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : Printed for W. Owen : and sold by J. Barrett in Oxford, 1750
 
 
 
 
by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : printed for W. Owen; and sold by J. Barrett in Oxford, 1750
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by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : printed for J. Nichols; J. Robson; and C. Dilly: Mess. Fletchers, D. Prince and J. Cooke, at Oxford: and J. Merrill, at Cambridge, 1783
 
 
 
 
by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... ; and J. Fletcher ..., Oxford, 1762
 
 
by Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790
London : printed for, and sold by, J. Dodsley; J. Walter; J. Robson; G. Robinson, and J. Bew; and Messrs. Fletcher at Oxford, 1778
 
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