The Poetic Writings of Thomas Cradock, 1718-1770
University of Delaware Press, 1983 - 311 sider
This volume's extensive biographical introduction places this Maryland country parson in his historical and cultural setting, casting new light on the intellectual life of the prerevolutionary South and on the piety of the colonial Anglican clergyman.
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Introduction Thomas Cradock and the Golden Age of Chesapeake
Defender of the Faith
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