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Thomas Ingoldsby *

a.k.a. Rev. Richard Harris Barham

Author Code: ETIX

Born: Dec. 6, 1788 - Canterbury, Kent, England

Died: Jan. 17, 1845 - Amen Corner, London, England

Educated at St. Paul's School, Barham produced his first verses for Gentleman's Magazine while still at school. He then attended Brasenose College, Oxford, taking a BA degree in divinity in 1813. He was appointed curator of Ashford in Kent, and subsequently Westwell where he remained until 1820. He published his first novel, Baldwin, in 1817. In 1821, he took a position at St. Paul's in London and, in 1824, became a priest at His Majesty's Chapel Royal. He published The Ghost, A Canterbury Tale, in 1825. He was one of the original members of the Garrick Club from 1831. Barham was a regular contributor to Blackwood's Magazine and Bentley's Miscellany where the pseudonym of Thomas Ingoldsby was first used. He was appointed President of Sion College in 1842. The Ingoldsby Legends, or Mirth and Marvels were published in Bentley's and, subsequently, Colburn's New Monthly Magazine in three series during 1840, 1842 and, after his death, in 1847.

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ETIX001 The Ingoldsby Legends: or Mirth & Marvels
  As I Lay A-Thynkynge
  Aunt Fanny: A Legend of a Shirt
  The Auto-da-fe: A Legend of Spain
  The Babes in the Wood: or The Norfolk Tragedy
  The Black Mousquetaire: A Legend of France
  The Blasphemer's Warning: A Lay of St. Romwold
  Bloudie Jacke of Shrewsberrie
  The Brothers of Birchington: A Lay of St. Thomas a Becket
  The Confession
  The Cynotaph
  The Dead Drummer: A Legend of Salisbury Plain
  Epigram
  Epigram Eheu Fugaces
  The Forlorn One
  Fragment - 1
  The Ghost
  Grey Dolphin: A Legend of Sheppey
  The Hand of Glory: The Nurse's Story
  Hermann: orThe Broken Spear
  Hints for an Historic Play; to be Called William Rufus; or the Red Rover
  The House-Warming!!: A Legend of Bleeding-Heart Yard
  The Ingoldsby Penance: A Legend of Palestine and West Kent
  The Jackdaw of Rheims
  Jerry Jarvis's Wig: A Legend of the Weald of Kent
  The Knight and the Lady: A Legend of the Reign of Queen Anne
  The Lady Rohesia
  The Legend of Hamilton Tighe
  The Lord of Thoulouse: A Legend of Languedoc
  Marie Mignot
  The Merchant of Venice: A Legend of Italy
  Misadventures at Margate: A legend of Jarvis's Jetty
  The Monstre Balloon
  Mr. Barney Maguire's Account of the Coronation
  Mrs. Botherby's Story: The Leech of Folkstone
  Murder!
  My Letters
  Nell Cook: A Legend of the "Dark Entry"
  Netley Abbey: A Legend of Hampshire
  New-Made Honour
  Nursery Reminiscences
  The Lay of the Old Woman Clothed in Grey: A Legend of Dover
  Patty Morgan the Milkmaid's Story
  Mr. Peters's Story: The Bagman's Dog
  The Poplar
  Raising the Devil: A Legend of Cornelius Agrippa
  A Row in An Omnibus (Box): A Legend of the Haymarket
  Sir Rupert the Fearless: A Legend of Germany
  Saint Medard: A Legend of Afric
  The Lay of Saint Odille
  A Singular Passage in the Life of the Late Henry Harris
  The Smuggler's Leap: A Legend of Thanet
  Some Account of a New Play
  Song - 1
  Song - 2
  The Spectre of Tappington
  The Lay of St. Aloys: A Legend of Blois
  The Lay of St. Cuthbert: or The Devil's Dinner-Party
  A Lay of St. Dunstan
  A Lay of St. Genguphus
  A Lay of St. Nicholas
  Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story
  The Tragedy
  The Truants
  Unsophisticated Wishes
  The Wedding-Day: or The Buccaneer's Curse
  The Witches' Frolic
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