|Other titles||Poetical works|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, , 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
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Ambrose Philips (baptized 9 October - 18 June ) was an English poet and politician. Philips was born in Shropshire and educated at Cambridge. He wrote pastorals and dramas, was one of the Addison circle, and started a paper, the Freethinker, in imitation of the Spectator. He also made translations from Pindar and Anacreon, and a series of short complimentary verses, which gained for. The poetical works of William Blake: including the unpublished French Revolution,together with the minor prophetic books, and selections from the four zoas, Milton & Jerusalem , Oxford University Press. PHILIPS, AMBROSE (?–), poet, born about , is said to have descended from an old Leicestershire family. According to the admission-book of St. John's College he was son of Ambrose Philips ‘pannicularii,’ born in Shropshire, and was in his eighteenth year in June (Mayor, St. John's College).A Sir Ambrose Phillips became serjeant-at-law on 23 April (Luttrell, Brief. Poetical Works of Pope, Vol. II by Alexander Pope Part 7 out of 8. Philips, Ambrose, i. ; iii. Paridel, iv. Prior, ii. book), in the space of five lines, two words and a whole verse are changed, and it is to be hoped will there stand, and outlast whatever.