John Philips

(1676—1709) poet

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(1676–1709) English poet

The Sylvan Dream; or, The Mourning Muse (1701) PoetryBlenheim (1705) PoetryThe Splendid Shilling (1705) PoetryCerealia [also attributed to to Elijah Fenton] (1706) PoetryCyder (1708) Poetry

The Sylvan Dream; or, The Mourning Muse (1701) Poetry

Blenheim (1705) Poetry

The Splendid Shilling (1705) Poetry

Cerealia [also attributed to to Elijah Fenton] (1706) Poetry

Cyder (1708) Poetry

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