John Lockman (1698-1771)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geburt : 1698
Tod : 1771
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8379 7000

Activities of John Lockman (1698-1771) (19)

Auteur du texte (16)

Travels of the Jesuits in to various parts of the part of the world particularly China and East Indies compiled from theirs letters
A new history of England, by question and answer
A song on the victory over the Rebels by his royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland. The words by M. Lockman...
A new history of England
The charms of Dishabille or New Turnbridge wells at Islington. - [39]
The city ladies and country lass. To the tune of the white Joak. - [2]
The fond meeting. - [35]
The inconstant fair-one or Strephon's complaint. - [26]
The adieu to the spring-gardens. - [46]
Parents ancient and modern. - [29]
The request to the nightingal. - [17]
Rural beauty or Vauxhal garden. - [21]
The lovely betrayers. - [38]
The adieu to the Spring Gardens at Vaux-Hall. - [66]
Alcina. To a favourite Aire. To a nightingale. - [1]
The bacchanals. - [67]

Compositeur (2)

Dame Jane or the penitent nun. Imitated from La Fontaine. - [60]
The wish. - [48]

See also (5)