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These poems were all first printed in the Sheffield Register in 1793-94. They are performed in these recordings by Dr Adam James Smith. The recording was produced and edited by Dr Graham McElearney. The project at large is researched and curated by Dr Adam James Smith and directed by Dr Hamish Mathison.


The Repository of Genius: Poems of Protest from 18th-Century Sheffield (1793-94) – Playlist


A Loyal Song to the Tars of Old England

No Libel to Think

On the Effects of Gold 

The Bull; A Simile Addressed to John Bull

The Observations of a Swine

The Ox Over Driven; An Original Fable

The Statesman’s Soliloquy

The Slave Trade


 

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