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Bourne Vincent

Bourne, Vincent (1695-1747), was educated at Westminster, and after graduating at Trinity College, Cambridge, and getting a fellowship there, he went back to Westminster as a master, where he gained much renown as a Latin versifier, writing some good original poems, and making happy Latin translations of English ballads. Cowper admired him, and translated some of his poems, and Lamb speaks genially and prettily of him.