Thomas Rymer

Monument to [[Edmund Waller Thomas Rymer (c. 1643 – 14 December 1713) was an English poet, critic, antiquary and historian. His lasting contribution was to compile and publish 16 volumes of the first edition of ''Foedera'', a work in 20 volumes containing agreements made between The Crown of England and foreign powers since 1101. He held the office of English Historiographer Royal from 1692 to 1714. He is credited with coining the phrase "poetic justice" in his book ''The Tragedies of the Last Age Consider'd'' (1678). Provided by Wikipedia
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Location: Dinand Library, College of the Holy Cross