Statistics for occurrence #1 of “New Jersey” in chapter 1.10, page 162 of Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 1, Colonial and Revolutionary Literature: Early National Literature: Part I:
...tide set in with imitations of Pomfret, whose Choice (1700) appeared in at least four editions in America between 1751 and 1792.
In 1747 William Livingston, who was to become the famous governor of New Jersey , expressed his ideal of existence in a direct imitation of Pomfret which he called . Ten years later a second imitation of Pomfret followed in by Dr. Benjamin Church of Boston, who longs for a home ...
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