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James Parkerson

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An Address to a Wealthy Libertine
or, the Melancholy Effects of Seduction; with a Letter from an Unfortunate Farmer's Daughter, to her Parents in Norfolk, [en]

An Elogy to the Memory of the late Wm. Palgrave, Esq.
with Other Pieces, [en]

The Bankrupt
or Advice to the Insolvent. A Poem, addressed to a friend, with other pieces, [en] 1806

Characters from Life
or Moral Hints. In Verse, [en] 1806

The Convict's Farewell
with Advice to Criminals, before and after Trial, [en] 1800

The Independent Statesmen, and Liberal Landlord
or a respectful tribute to T. W. Coke, M.P. for the County of Norfolk, [en]

A Poem to the Memory of our late lamented Queen Caroline of England, [en]

Poetical Works
comprising Elegies, Sketches from Life, Pathetic, and Extempore Pieces, [en]

Sketches in Verse
respectfully addressed to the Norfolk Yeomenry, [en]

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