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John Pomfret (1667–1702)

Pomfret, John. An English poet; born at Luton in Bedfordshire, 1667; died in 1702. His best-known work is ‘The Choice: A Poem Written by a Person of Quality’ (1700), which had four editions within a year. His other principal writings are: ‘A Prospect of Death,’ an ode (1700), and ‘Reason,’ a poem (1700).