poetical works of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn-law rhymer.

by Ebenezer Elliott

Publisher: William Tait, Publisher: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Publisher: John Cumming in Edinburgh, London, Dublin

Written in English
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  • Corn laws (Great Britain) -- Poetry

Edition Notes

ContributionsTait, William, 1793-1864., Cumming, John (publisher), bookseller., Simpkin, Marshall & Co. (London : booksellers),
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LC ClassificationsPR4699 .E5 1840
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 179p. :
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15966268M

ix, 62 pp. Book is as new, jacket has light shelfwear. Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott the Corn-Law Rhymer. Edinburgh: William Tait, Softcover. Good. 7 x in, pp [5], , with frontis portrait of the author. Wrappers chipped at the corners, with some dust soilng and foxing, dampstain to portrait leaf only (presumably occurred. Though fellow-townsmen, there was little or no personal intercourse between James Montgomery and Ebenezer Elliott. It would be difficult to imagine any two persons more dissimilar: the one soft and pliable as virgin wax, the other hard and unbending as a slab of cast-iron; the one ever laden with milk and honey for his kind, the other fierce as a fierce northwester, that spares none-raging. Elliott, Ebenezer, commonly known as the "Corn Law Rhymer," was born near Rotherham, Yorkshire, , and died at Barnsley, in the same county, in The greater part of his life was spent in Sheffield, where he was engaged in the iron trade, and it was in a Sheffield newspaper that many of his poetical pieces first appeared. May 24,  · In autumn of , an anonymous long poem appeared in pamphlet form in Sheffield bearing the title Corn Law Rhymes: The sciroccowinds.comd by the Sheffield Mechanics’ Anti-Bread-Tax Society, the poem tells the story of an ailing and poverty-stricken field preacher who delivers his last passionate sermon to an audience of labourers on a hillside, arguing for free trade and the repeal of .

Author: Ebenezer Elliott Elliott, Ebenezer, commonly known as the "Corn Law Rhymer," was born near Rotherham, Yorkshire, , and died at Barnsley, in the same county, in The greater part of his life was spent in Sheffield, where he was engaged in the iron trade, and it was in a Sheffield newspaper that many of his poetical pieces first. Feb 01,  · Nineteenth Century English Labouring-Class Poets is the first comprehensive collection of works by more than a hundred labouring-class poets of this period, showing the remarkable profusion, range and diversity of nineteenth century-labouring class verse. Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain. Book Sets & Collections. Signed Books. Association Copies. General Signed Books. Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott the Corn-Law Rhymer. Elliott, Ebenezer. With the "Die-Hards" in Siberia. Ward, John. 1st Edition.

Ebenezer Elliott () is best known in literary history as the self-styled "Corn Law Rhymer" because of his savage satirical poems published in the s. But he has faded from critical view and there has never been a scholarly selection of his work, let alone a full edition of all his poetry.4/5(1). In the s, John Bechervaise invited his readers to admire the extent of the British Empire, and credit the British seaman for its magnitude. The history of England is the history of her Navy. It is to that, under the providence of God, that she stands before the world unrivalled; the asylum of oppressed freedom, the scourge of tyranny, and the emporium of sciroccowinds.com: Isaac Land. V. Lesser Poets, – Bibliography. Vol. The Romantic Revival. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. – " Ebenezer Elliott was born at Masbrough, Rotherham (UK) in Early on, he developed an interest in nature & poetry. While working in a Masbrough iron foundry, he started to get the odd poem published & began a long correspondence with Robert Southey, the eminent poet.

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Ebenezer Elliott ( - ) Corn Law Rhymer & Poet of the Poor. Elliott wrote many poems - far too many to be listed here. Below are listed some of his works. Please note that while most of the items listed in the table are collections of poems, one or two are individual poems.

Ebenezer Elliott is the Corn Law Rhymer, the vociferous and savage-tongued advocate of the poor against the bread-tax. Admired by Southey and Carlisle, champion of the new industrial working class, he is at the same time a troubling figure for present-day radicals.

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All copies quickly sold out & the book 5/5(2). Corn Law Rhymes by Ebenezer Elliott. Ebenezer Elliott was a Rotherham man who became involved with both Chartism and the anti-Corn-Law campaign. Also he was a local poet. Four examples of his anti-Corn Law rhymes are given here.

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Ebenezer Elliott (–) was a factory owner and supporter of the free trade movement because he believed that protection led to higher food prices which harmed the welfare of the poor. He is best known for writing several volumes of political poetry for which he became known as the "Corn Law rhymer".

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The life of Ebenezer Elliott, by his son-in-law, is better as a book than a biography. It is not well planned; the narrative of the career is too much broken up by essays illustrative of features of the poet, by criticism on his works, or by extracts from them.

Elliott will not soon cease to be distinctively known as the "Corn Law Rhymer;" but it will be by his non-political poems that he will be chiefly remembered by posterity as the Poet of the People; for his name will still be, as it has long been, a "Household Word," in the homes of all such as love the pure influences of simple, sensuous, and.

Life, Poetry, and Letters of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn-law Rhymer. With an Abstract of his Politics. of which Wordsworth, Leigh Hunt, (to whom the book is dedicated,) and Tennyson, are in various ways the principal exemplars.

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