Sarah Dixon

Sarah Dixon (baptised 28 September 1671 – 23 April 1765) was an English poet, probably born in Rochester, Kent, where she was baptised. She took to writing "during a Youth of much Leisure", although her earliest surviving dated poem is from 1716. The 500 subscribers to her anonymous ''Poems on Several Occasions'' included Elizabeth Carter and Alexander Pope, and the society hostess Maria Coventry, Countess of Coventry. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1996