- Joseph. 1722–1800, British poet and critic, noted for his poem The Enthusiast (1744) and his Essay on the Writings and Genius of Pope (1756)
- his brother Thomas . 1728–90, poet laureate (1785–90); author of the poem The Pleasures of Melancholy (1747) and the first History of English Poetry (1774–81)
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From The MEN:Hadfield-Hyde, of Warton Street, Lytham St Annes, claimed she had been ordered to strip off by a guard.British Aristocrat and Friend Strip Topless In Airport Security Protest, Captured on CCTV
November 4, 2013
Warton declares she's already tired of Roger—and she's certainly not nice to him.Marriage la mode
Mrs. Humphry Ward
And again, "I by no means think so meanly of it as Dr Warton."
I land in France as Mrs. Warton, and the old life is gone for ever.A Coin of Edward VII
There is not certainly one prefixed to any edition of Warton.
Warton says, that this library was at the time the "richest in England."Bibliomania in the Middle Ages
Frederick Somner Merryweather