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Herrick, Robertlocked

(bap. 1591, d. 1674)
  • Tom Cain


Herrick, Robert (bap. 1591, d. 1674), poet, was born in 'the Golden-cheap-side' (Poetical Works, 316). This was Goldsmith's Row on the south of Cheapside, between Bread Street and the Eleanor Cross, 'the most beautiful frame of fayre houses and shoppes that bee within the Walles of ...

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