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1777-1779
Inclusive dates
1777-1779
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Language
eng
Summary
The miscellaneous works of F[rancis] H[argreaves] in prose and verse, volume the second, 1777-1779, by Francis Hargreaves contains a description of Virginia, covering its rivers, trees, fruits, corn, tobacco, animals, birds, fish, insects, and geography. Also contains poetry by Hargreaves as well as transcripts of letters concerning literature, the dangers of drunkenness, discussion of various popes and their failings, Virginia, and the Clayton family of Gloucester County, Virginia. In his letters, Hargreaves talks about his reasons for leaving Virginia, and mentions the Churchill family of Middlesex County and the Clayton family of Gloucester County, Virginia
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Biographical or historical data
Francis Hargreaves served as a tutor for the Churchill family in Middlesex County, Virginia for two years from 1777 to 1778, before leaving Virginia because of the American Revolution. He returned to England where he became a poet.
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Vi
Form designation
The miscellaneous works of F[rancis] H[argreaves] in prose and verse, volume the second
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
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000504333
Type of unit
v. (336 p.).

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