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Philip Bourke Marston (1850–1887)

Marston, Philip Bourke. An English poet, son of John W.; born in London, Aug. 13, 1850; died on Feb. 13, 1887. From youth he was almost wholly blind. He was the subject of Hake’s poem ‘The Blind Boy,’ and of Mrs. Craik’s ‘Philip, My King.’ He wrote: ‘Song-Tide,’ etc. (1871); ‘A Last Harvest’ (1881); ‘Wind Voices’ (1883); etc. His ‘Collected Poems,’ edited by Louise Chandler Moulton, appeared in 1892.