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 (frĭ-nō′), Philip Morin 1752-1832.
American poet noted for his satirical attacks on the British and for The British Prison-Ship (1781), an account of his wartime capture and imprisonment.


(Biography) Philip. 1752–1832, US poet, journalist, and patriot; editor of the National Gazette (1791–93)



Philip, 1752–1832, U.S. poet and editor.
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Carew, PJ, 9 April 1794; "Autumn Elegy," Emma, PJ, 11 December 1804; "A Widow Lady," A Customer, PJ, 10 April, 1793; *"Banning Ramsay," Philip Freneau, 6 December 1786; "Belle's Progress," From Norfolk Beacon, PJ, 15 May 1822; "Broken Flute," D, NYM, March 1791; *"Brown Cow," A New-York Farmer, NYM, January 1791; "Cleora," Ann Eliza Bleecker, NYM, May 1791; * "Columbia," S of NJ, PJ, 24 April 1822; "Cornelia Remsen," Author of Juvenis, NYM, February 1791; "Death of Hillard," Ray, PJ, 4 December 1804; "Delia Crusca," Mrs.
In his 1785 poem "The Progress of Balloons," American poet Phillip Freneau points to this conflict when he invokes the classical muses to frame his ecstatic praise for the machine: "But who would have thought that invention could rise / To find out a method to soar to the skies, / And pierce the bright regions, which ages assign'd / To sprits unbodi'd, and flights of the mind?
Tambien, en areas tropicales tales como Tailandia y Brasil, Suriyasomboon et al (20, 21) y Freneau et al (22) indicaron que las altas temperaturas tienen un efecto negativo significativo sobre el volumen de eyaculado, total de recuento de esperma y morfologia de los espermatozoides de los cerdos macho.
Hector Crevecour, Philip Freneau, Washington Irving), continentials (Lewis, Clark, and Sacagawea), pioneers (Fenimore Cooper), pale faces and redskins (Robert Byrd, Catherine Sedgwick, Lydia Maria Child), radicals (Margaret Fuller and Thoreau), allegorical (Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Muir), coquette (Dickinson), satirical (Twain), and 20th century and beyond (London, Mary Austin, Cather, Fitzgerald).
When the American poet, Philip Freneau wrote a eulogy of a dead
When Philip Freneau ("the poet of the American Revolution") wanted to reveal something essential about Nature's God, he spoke in the language of Lucretius.
Exploring the life of Philip Freneau, "Deism's Poet," Waiters identifies the Deists' rationale for a creator: "God's presence is obvious in all creation, not because the divine is identical to creation, but because he manifests himself in his works" (231).
d'Arcy sur le rapport Freneau,' Fonds du Comite d'histoire de la television: Jean d'Arcy, Dossier n[degrees] 02, 14467-001.
Thomas Jefferson appointed Philip Freneau ("Poet of the Revolution") as the State Department's first French translator, while James Madison, in 1811, sent Joel Barlow (Hasty Pudding) to France as chief negotiator on a tricky non-impressment treaty.
The new cell site reportedly extends coverage for customers in Freneau Avenue and along Texas and Tennent Roads.
O valor estimado pelo modelo Logistico para o perimetro escrotal a maturidade nesta raca foi de 38 cm, estando um pouco acima do reportado por Freneau (et al.
He does not attempt a systematic history of American deism, but teases out its essential worldview by looking at the thought of its primary champions: Benjamin Franklin, Ethan Allen, Thomas Jefferson, Tom Paine, Eliho Palmer, and Philip Freneau.