BOOK STOKE NEWINGTON HOTELS

Featured Destination

May 2018: The Somerset Levels

The Somerset Levels are one of Britainís less well-known jewels. Delineated by the Mendips to the north, Bridgwater Bay to the west, and the Quantocks ...More
More Uk destinations

Samuel Rogers
- Favourite Briton.

Born in Stoke Newington, London
Born on 30th of July 1763
Died on 18th of December 1855

Born 1763. Died 1855 - English poet.

Established reputation with his poems The Pleasures of Memory (1792). Other works included Jacqueline (1814) and Italy (1822-28). Had unkind tongue and better known for his ill nature than his poetry.

Links:
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/rogers/bio.html Biography

More famous Britons here

Contributors: Do you have a site related to Samuel Rogers?
Supply some content for this page and we will gladly add a link to your site. Email here.

3144 views since 6th February 2007

Brit Quote:
It is widely held that too much wine will dull a man's desire. Indeed it will in a dull man - John Osborne
More Quotes

On this day:
The Hundred Years War begins - 1337, Ashmolean Museum Opens - 1683, Westminster Bridge Opens - 1862
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages