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James Thomson

(11 September 1700 – 27 August 1748 / Ednam in Roxburghshire, Scotland)

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Hits of Mar 13, 2013 Wednesday

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# Poem Title Hits Posts
1 A Complaint On The Miseries Of Life 2
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2 A Hymn 3
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3 A Man Perishing in the Snow: From Whence Reflections are Raised on the Miseries of Life. 2
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4 A Nuptial Song 1
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5 A Paraphrase On The Latter Part Of The Sixth Chapter Of St Matthew 1
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6 A Pastoral Betwixt David, Thirsis, And The Angel Gabriel, Upon The Birth Of Our Saviour 1
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7 A Pastoral Entertainment 1
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8 A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton 2
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9 A Poetical Epistle To Sir William Bennet, Bart. of Grubbat 1
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10 A Summer Noon 3
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11 An Elegy on Parting 1
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12 An Elegy Upon James Therburn, In Chatto 1
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13 Care of Birds for their Young 1
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14 Dawn In Summer 1
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15 Gifts 1
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16 In the Train 4
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17 Rule Britannia 1
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18 Stanzas Written By Thomson On The Blank Leaf Of A Copy Of His 'Seasons' Sent By Him To Mr. Lyttleton, Soon After The Death Of His Wife 1
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19 The Castle Of Indolence 2
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20 The Four Seasons : Autumn 2
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21 The Four Seasons : Summer 4
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22 The Four Seasons : Winter 1
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23 The Morning Lark 1
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24 The Seasons: Winter 6
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25 The Vine 1
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26 To Her I Love 2
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27 Verses On Receiving A Flower From His Mistress 1
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28 Waterfall 1
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Total 49 0
Average 1.8 0.0
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  • Hits: Number of visitors who read the poem on the given date.
  • Posts: Number of visitors who posted the poem to a friend (via e-mail) on the given date.
Attention:
  • Poems submitted after Sep 17, 2011 are not shown on the list.
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