British Critic (review date August 1802)
SOURCE: Review of George Dyer's Poems. British Critic 20 (August 1802): 121-25.
[In the following anonymous review, the critic finds Dyer's poetry more noteworthy than his political sentiments.]
In p. 590, of our seventeenth volume, the reader will find an account of a first book of Poems by this author, of which these were to have been a continuation, and consecrated Divæ Libertati! Mr. Dyer has been induced, partly by the advice of friends, and partly by the hints of booksellers, who, as he truly says, are the best judges in these matters, to alter the arrangement of his plan. We are now presented with two volumes of Lyric Poetry,...
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