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Patrick Bronte

a.k.a. Patrick Brunty, Rev. Patrick Bronte

Author Code: IPBR

Born: Mar. 17, 1777 - Emdale, Drumballyroney, Ireland

Died: Jun. 7, 1861 - Haworth, West Yorkshire, England

After a series of apprenticeships, Bronte studied theology at St. John's College, Cambridge where he graduated in 1806. He then became a curate at Wethersfield, Essex and was subsequently ordained in 1807. In 1812, he married Maria Branwell and in 1815 he became curate at Thornton in Bradford. Over the next five years his famous daughters Charlotte, Emily and Anne were born as was their son Branwell. In 1820, Bronte was named curate of Haworth where he would continue until his death. A minor poet, Bronte's works include Winter Evening Thoughts (1810), Cottage Poems (1811), Rural Minstrel (1811) and Cottage in a Wood (1815).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
IPBR001 Cottage Poems
  The Cottage Maid
  The Cottager's Hymn
  Epistle to a Young Clergyman
  Epistle to the Labouring Poor
  Epistle to the Rev. J--- B---, Whilst Journeying for the Recovery of His Health.
  The Happy Cottagers
  The Irish Cabin
  The Rainbow
  To the Rev. J. Gilpin, on His Improved Edition of the "Pilgrim's Progress."
  The Spider and the Fly
  Verses Sent to a Lady on Her Birthday
  Winter-Night Meditations
1811 43 187k eBook Download PDF - 'Cottage Poems' (IPBR001) Find a printed copy of Cottage Poems by Patrick Bronte at AbeBooks

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