1774.026: The Bermudian.
Full Title: The Bermudian. A poem.
Author: Tucker, Nathaniel (1750-1807).
Place Issued: Williamsburg
Issuing Press: Purdie & Dixon
Description: 24 pgs.; 24 cm. (4to)
Dedicated to his younger brother, Henry Tucker, Jr. (1753-99) of Bermuda. Text includes a sonnet composed for the author by Rev. Samuel Henley (1740-1815), the professor of moral philosophy at the College of William & Mary and a colleague of his brother St. George (1752-1827), then the professor of law there. The Tucker family originated in Bermuda; St. George was likely behind this Williamsburg publication, as Nathaniel was then practicing medicine in Edinburgh and had published an edition of this work there that same year; poem was written while Tucker had resided previously in Charleston, South Carolina.
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