Bloomfleld, Robert (17661823)

Bloomfleld, Robert, an English poet, born in Suffolk, by trade a shoemaker; author of the “Farmer's Boy,” a highly popular production, translated into French and Italian; spent his last days in ill-health struggling with poverty, which brought on dejection of mind (17661823).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Bloemært
Blois
Blomefleld, Francis
Blomfield
Blondel
Blondin, Charles
Blood, Thomas, Colonel
Bloody Assizes
Bloody Bones
Bloody Statute
Bloomfleld, Robert
Blount, Charles
Blowpipe
Blücher
Blue Mountains
Blue Nose
Bluebeard
Blue-books
Blue-coat School
Blue-gown
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