Richard Watson Dixon
Richard Watson Dixon (5 May 1833 - 23 January 1900), English poet and divine, son of Dr James Dixon, a Wesleyan minister.
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... Odes and Other Poems (1864) The Life of James Dixon (1874) Essay on the Maintenance of the Church of England (1875) History of the Church of England from the Abolition of the ...
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And wild the clouded gleam.”
—Richard Watson Dixon (18331900)
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