John Stowell, 1762-1799
For Biography see Manx
High Bailiff Moore had the intention
of producing an annotated edition of his works - the MSS of which is in the
Manx National Heritage Library [Manx Museum] - I have had access to
an incomplete draft copy of this which forms the basis of several pages which
are linked to the publication - Moore's Introduction
gives some addtional background and would appear formed the basis of the extended
entry in William Cubbon's Bibliography
- 1783 An
Elegiac Invocation of the Muses,
occasioned by the Death of The Amiable Miss Nessy Heywood. ,.
Signed ' Juvenis' Oct. 8th, 1783. Broadside.
- 1787 The D[uk]e of A[tho]ll to the K[ey]s
of the Isle of Mann. No printer's name. [Douglas : Christopher Briscoe]
[5th March, 1787] Broadside.
- 1790 A
Sallad for the young Ladies and Gentlemen of
Douglas. Raised by Tom the Gardiner.
(Price Fourpence a Bunch.) Liverpool : Printed in the year 1790.
- [c.1790] A
Switch for Tom the Gardiner or the
Sallad Dressed and the Lamb Roasted
- 1791 The
Retrospect: or, a Review of the
Memorable Events of Mona in the year 1790. By Philanthus. Price
one shilling. Douglas : Printed by C. Briscoe.] 
- 1791 The Literary Quixote : or, the Beauties
of Townley versified. Printed at the Printing-office in Douglas
[C. Briscoe] and sold by the booksellers in Liverpool,
Manchester, Oxford, Cambridge, &c., &c.  pp.
- 1792 On the Death of Miss M. Bacon. February
11th, 1792. Broadside.
- 1792 On
the Death of the much-esteemed Mrs.
Callow, late wife Mr. William Callow of
Douglas, merchant. Broadside. Douglas, July 26, 1792.
- 1793 An
Address to SCIPIO and MENTOR: or, LAW and EQUITY
united. In Manks Mercury 12th Februray
- 1793 The Ghost of Louis. 11 vv. of four lines
each, signed 'Humanus.' In The Manks Mercury, 9th April,
- 1793 Address
to the Most Noble John Duke of Atholl
- 1793 Address
to the Duke of Atholl, July 1793. In
Manks Mercury, 9th July, 1793.
- 1793 Say
Chloe why thy pensive breast. In The
Manks Mercury, 16th July, 1793.. Signed 'Amicus.'
- 1794 To
Sensibility A Fragment In Manks Mercury
30 Aug 1794
- 1795 Lines on His Grace the Duke of Atholl's
Arrival.. Dated Peel, May 6th, 1795. In The Manks Mercury, May
- 1796 Most
humbly addressed to her Grace the Duchess of
Athol., dated Peel, 27th April, 1796.
- 1797 The
Feast at Peel. In The Manks Mercury,
21st Oct. 1797.. Signed 'Infelix.'
W. Cubbon Bibliography of works relating to the Isle
of Man Vol II section J8 pp878/886 + section J46 pp957/959