[Rev.] William Liddiard

Life
1773-1841; Englishman, son of clergyman; b. July; matriculated Oxon.; entered army, left in 1796; BA TCD, 1803; sometime artist and musician, d. Clifton, Gloucestershire, 11 Oct.; The Life Boat or Dillin O’Dwire, a poem (Dublin 1815); Mont St Jean, poem with notes (Lon & Dub 1816); The Legend of Einsidlin, a tale of Switzerland, with poetical sketches of Swiss scenery; Montblanc, etc., with notes (Lon 1829); Retrospection ... The Lord of the Valley and Other Poems (Lon 1841); also travels on the continent. PI, rarely touched Irish subjects; m. J S Anna Liddiard [née Wilkinson], above. ODNB PI

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References
Dictionary of National Biography
, William Liddiard (1773-1841); miscell. writer; Oxon., 1792; Army, 1794-96; TCD BA, 1803; author of poems and travel books.

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