Park, Thomas, Fsa

Park, Thomas, F.S.A., was born in 1759. He was brought up as an engraver, but gave his attention to literary pursuits. He was the author of one hymn that has found its way into various collections — "My soul, praise the Lord; speak good of his name." He was employed in the editorship of various books, including the Works of J. Hammond (1805), the Works of John Dryden (1806), the Works of T. Wharton; a work called Nugoe Antiqua, by Sir J. Harrington; and the Works of the British Poets, in 42 small volumes (1808). The Harleian Miscellany was published under his direction in the same year. He died in 1834. (S. S.)

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