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James Henry Leigh Hunt (1784 - 1859)
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Hunt's father was an American clergyman who came to settle in Southgate, Middlesex. Leigh attended Christ's Hospital school in London, and published his first book of poetry, Juvenilia, at the age of seventeen. The following year he set up the weekly Examiner, with his brother John. This was the first of a series of journals he edited, which included the Reflector, Indicator, Companion, Tatler and London Journal. The influence of literary magazines was very strong at this time, and Hunt was resp..
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We are Lilies fair, The flower of virgin light; Nature held us forth, and said, 'Lo! my thoughts of white.'
- James Henry Leigh Hunt
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