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Ebenezer Jones (1820–1860)

Jones, Ebenezer. An English poet; born in Islington, Jan. 20, 1820; died in London, Sept. 14, 1860. His genius was of the erratic sort, as ‘Studies of Sensation and Event’ (1843), a collection of miscellaneous poems, showed. ‘Winter Hymn to the Snow,’ ‘When the World Is Burning,’ and ‘To Death,’ are his best-known pieces.