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Henry Sewell Stokes (1808–1895)

Stokes, Henry Sewell. An English verse-writer; born at Gibraltar, 1808; died on April 5, 1895. He wrote: ‘Lay of the Desert: A Poem’ (1830); ‘Song of Albion,’ etc.; ‘Vale of Lanberne,’ etc. (new ed. 1852); ‘Echoes of the War,’ etc. (1855); ‘Scattered Leaves’ (1862); ‘Rhymes from Cornwall’ (1871); ‘Memories: A Life’s Epilogue’ (1872); ‘Poems of Later Years’ (1873); ‘Restormel: A Legend of Piers Gaveston, the Patriot Priest; and Other Verses’ (1874); ‘Lantrydock: An Elegy’ (1883); ‘Voyage of Arundel, and Other Rhymes from Cornwall.’