Bernard Barton - Quotes

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Welcome, wild harbinger of spring! To this small nook of earth; Feeling and fancy fondly cling, Round thoughts which owe their birth, To thee, and to the humble spot, Where chance has fixed thy lowly lot. ---->>>

As I walk'd by myself, I talk'd to myself, And myself replied to me; And the questions myself then put to myself, With their answers I give to thee. ---->>>

No age, sex, or condition is above or below the absolute necessity of modesty; but without it one is vastly beneath the rank of man. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: January 31, 1784
Birthplace: Carlisle, Cumberland (now Cumbria)
Die: February 19, 1849
Occupation: Poet

Bernard Barton (31 January 1784 – 19 February 1849) was known as the Quaker poet. His main works included The Convict's Appeal (1818), in which he protested against the death penalty and the severity of the criminal code.(wikipedia)