John Graham

(1776—1844) historian

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(1776–1844), poet. Born in Co. Longford, and educated at TCD. He contributed poetry and prose as ‘Apprentice Boy’ to The Warder. He wrote a number of longer poems, such as God's Revenge against Rebellion (1820), The King's Vision (1822), and Harcourt's Vision (1823).

From The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature in Oxford Reference.

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