Delia Cruscans

Delia Cruscans, a set of English sentimental poetasters, the leaders of them hailing from Florence, that appeared in England towards the close of the 18th century, and that for a time imposed on many by their extravagant panegyrics of one another, the founder of the set being one Robert Merry, who signed himself Della Crusca; he first announced himself by a sonnet to Love, in praise of which Anne Matilda wrote an incomparable piece of nonsense; “this epidemic spread for a term from fool to fool,” but was soon exposed and laughed out of existence.

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

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Delitzsch, Franz
Delius, Nicolaus
Delia Cruscans
Dellys
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Delorme
Delorme, Marion
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Delta
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