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Richard Jago (1715–1781)

Jago, Richard (jā’gō). An English poet; born in Beaudesert, Warwickshire, Oct. 1, 1715; died at Snitterfield, May 8, 1781. He was a clergyman, whose elegy ‘The Blackbirds’ (1753) was admired by the poet Shenstone. His ‘Poems Moral and Descriptive’ appeared in 1784.