Person    | Male  Born 27/7/1777  Died 15/6/1844

Thomas Campbell (poet)

Categories: Poetry

Countries: France, Scotland

Poet. Born in High Street, Glasgow. Initially, he studied law before being drawn to poetry. His better known poems include 'Ye Mariners of England' and 'The Battle of the Baltic'. Died at 5 Rue St Jean, Boulogne, France, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

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