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Australian (4): Cambridge (Ada), Ogilvie (Will H.), Skeyhill (Tom), Stephens (James Brunton)
Canadian (6): Clarke (George Elliott), Crosbie (Lynn), Goldsmith (Oliver), Moritz (Albert Frank), Reibetanz (John), Sullivan (Rosemary)
English (13): Ball (J. E.), Brown (Tom), Dolben (Digby Mackworth), Duncombe (John), Fanshawe (Catherine Maria), Garnett (Richard), Graves (Alfred Perceval), Gray (John Henry), Monro (Harold), Oldys (William), Reynolds (Quentin James), Turner (Charles Tennyson), Webb (Mary)
Irish (1): French (Percy)
Canadian (1): Pier Giorgio Di Cicco
English (6): John Byrne Leicester Warren (Lord de Tabley), Humfrey Gifford, Robert Bridges, Reginald Heber, Dollie Radford, Isabella Whitney
Scottish (1): William Knox
American (4): William Herbert Carruth, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Boyle O'Reilly, John Banister Tabb
British Honduras (1): J. S. Martinez
Canadian (3): Phyllis Gotlieb, David Mills, Constance Woodrow
English (11): Anne Askew, Shirley Brooks, Charles I, Thomas William Hodgson Crosland, Charles Dickens, Francis Grose, John Frederick William Herschel, Henrietta Anne Huxley, Thomas Henry Huxley, G. A. Studdert-Kennedy, Sydney Smith
Irish (1): Katharine Hinkson
Scottish (1): William McGonagall
American (2): Mary Elizabeth Frye, John Gillespie Magee, Jr.
Scottish (1): William Miller.
British (2): Robert Stephen Hawker, Gilbert White
Anglo-Indian (1): Rabindranath Tagore
American (3): Emma Lazarus, William Vaughn Moody, Woodrow Wilson
Anglo-Indian (7): Govinda Krishna Chettur, Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Toru Dutt, Kasiprasad Ghose, "Laurence Hope" (Adela Florence Nicolson Cory), Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall.
Australian (1): George Essex Evans
British (19): John Askham, the Balioll masquers (H. C. Beeching, J. A. Hamilton, J. W. Mackail, P. E. Matheson, J. B. B. Nichols, L. F. Smith, and C. A. Spring-Rice), Arthur Christopher Benson, "George Eliot" (Mary Ann Evans), Robert Fuller Murray, Isa Craig Knox, Stanley de Vere Alexander Julius, Andrew Lang, Francis Ledwidge, Henry Francis Lyte, James Clerk Maxwell, James Montgomery, Ernest Myers, Walter Alexander Raleigh, Elizabeth Siddal, Joseph Skipsey, James Joseph Sylvester, Anna Letitia Waring, Augusta (Davies) Webster
Canadian (1): Alexander MacGregor Rose
Singapore (1): Gilbert E. Brooke
British (6): Henry Carey, Thomas Carlyle, William Cosmo Monkhouse, Arthur O'Shaughnessy, William J. Macquorn Rankine, John Todhunter. Thanks to Patricia Reeser for drawing Carlyle's "To-day" to my attention.
New Zealand (1): David McKee Wright.
Australian (2): Barron Field, Henry Lawson.
Anonymous (7): As I Walked Out in the Streets of Laredo, Down in the Valley, The Hearse Song, Midnight Special, Occidit Miserum Crambe Repetita Pupillum, The Red River Valley, She'll be Comin' Round the Mountain.
American (3): Major Henry Livingston, Jr. (my thanks to Don Foster and Mary Van Deusen for this discovery), and Mark Doty and Marge Piercy, who are the first living poets to contribute to RPO (my sincere thanks to both of them).
British (2): Robert Dodsley, Henry VI.
New Zealand (1): Katherine Mansfield.
Rhodesian (1): Kingsley Fairbridge.
South African (7): Alice Mary Buckton, Thomas Craig, Perceval Gibbon, William Hamilton, Edith L. M. King, Thomas Pringle, Francis Ernley Walrond.
My thanks to the following readers who have drawn to my attention errors in RPO files: Lindy Ader (T. S. Eliot's separation from his first wife), Anthony Ford, Sean Mooney, Dave Rogers, and Leigh Trahan (flawed links), Adam Horovitz (a misspelling in the timeline), Anniina Jokinen ("in" for "it" in Surrey's "Give place, ye lovers," line 2), Alexis Namdar ("smile" for "simile" in line 13 of e. e. cummings' "`kitty'"), Anthony Ford ("briny" for "bring" in line 34 of "The Walrus and the Carpenter"), Rachel Reed ("shoes" for "shows" in line 63 of the same poem), Jim Mahony ("misty" for "misy" in line 41 of Mary Leapor's "Epistle to a Lady"; and "flues" for "fluies" in line 13 of Owen's "Strange Meeting"), and Robert Schofield ("spark" for "sharp" in Ambrose Bierce's "Alone," line 2). I would also like to thank Charlie Hughes of Wind Publications for suggesting improvements in the FAQ page.
American: Phoebe Cary, Lydia Maria Child, Edmund Vance Cooke, e. e. cummings, Sarah Josepha Hale, Celia Thaxter, Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
British: Francis William Bourdillon, D. H. Lawrence, William Brighty Rands.
American: Louise Bogan, Hilda Doolittle, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams.
British: Charles Lamb
American (6): Ernest Hemingway, Langston Hughes, Eugene O'Neill, Dorothy Parker, John Payne, and Henry Van Dyke.
British (8): William Allingham, John Bunyan, James Elroy Flecker, Hartley Coleridge, Mary Howitt, William Makepeace Thackeray, John Philips, and J. M. Synge.
Canadian (6): A. H. Reginald Buller, Anne Hecht, Rosanna Eleanor (Mullins) Leprohon, James McIntyre, Susanna Moodie, and John Arthur Phillips. I would like to acknowledge warmly the help of Katrine Raymond for her assistance in editing the poems of Susanna Moodie.
For notices of bad links, thanks to Eric Blomquist, Sid Harrison, Hugh Knox, Martin Wickham, John K. Taber, and Maren Wolter. Peter and Christine from Austria corrected the rhyme scheme for Keats' "On first looking into Chapman's Homer," and Pat Carmichael did likewise for Frost's "Stopping by Woods." Bobbie Gallup and Sharron Manassa corrected glosses for Riley's "Raggedy Man" and "Orphant Annie." Larry A. Stevens pointed out Vachel Lindsay's manner of death. Joy Mills caught the typo "mad" in the entry for Rowe under 1715 of the timeline.
American (25): David Bates, Katharine Lee Bates, Gelett Burgess, Stephen Crane, Thomas Stearns Eliot (British from 1927), Daniel Decatur Emmett, Stephen C. Foster, Oliver Wendell Holmes, George Moses Horton, Francis Scott Key, Benjamin Franklin King, Vachel Lindsay, Robert Lowry, Claude McKay, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Marianne Moore, Ezra Loomis Pound, James Whitcomb Riley, Edmund Hamilton Sears, Arabella Eugenia Smith, Frances Ellen Watkins, Phillis Wheatley, John Greenleaf Whittier, Walt Whitman, and Henry Clay Work.
British (12): Bede, Cædmon, Charles Stuart Calverley, Julian Grenfell, Thomas Hardy, Arthur Clement Hilton, Frederick Locker Lampson, Edward Lear, "Mother Goose," John Newton, William Roscoe, and Charles Hamilton Sorley.
Canadian (7): Raymond Knister, Stephen Leacock, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Marjorie Pickthall, Charles G. D. Roberts, Duncan Campbell Scott, and Frederick George Scott.
Comments and corrections are welcome.