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Thomas Wade (1805–1875)

Wade, Thomas. An English poet; born in 1805; died on Sept. 19, 1875. He was an advanced Liberal. His chief works are: ‘Tasso and the Sisters’ (1825); ‘Woman’s Love’ (played at Covent Garden in 1828, and published in 1829); ‘The Jew of Arragon’ (1830), a tragedy; ‘Mundi et Cordis Carmina’ (1835), afterwards reprinted under the English title, ‘Songs of the Universe and Heart.’ The last-named contained his best work.