Barry, Honble. Rev. Augustus 'August' 16.jul.1773-27.nov.1818 England, London Marylebone - London
14.aug.1773 baptized at Saint Mary, St Marylebone Road in London St Marylebone, 23.aug.1791 the next theatrical representation at Wargrave was the Battle of Hexham with Lord Barrymore as 'Gondibor', Mr. Augustus Barry 'first Robber', the Hon. Mr. Barry does Aickin's part, Captain Wathen 'Gregory' &c. &c., 30.oct.1798 he matriculated and 1801 graduated as BA from Exeter College Oxford University, 7.nov.1810-24.jan.1814 he was imprisoned for debts at the King's Bench Prison at Newgate in London ; son of Richard Barry 6th earl of Barrymore (Ireland, Dublin oct.1745-1.aug.1773 Ireland Co. Waterford, Dromana, buried castle Lyons Co. Cork) and Amelia 'Emily' Stanhope (London Kensington 24.may.1749-5.sep.1780 France) ; brother of composer Richard Barry 7th earl of Barrymore and composer Henry Barry 8th earl of Barrymore

Title Parts

[] The timid tear " Have you not seen the timid tear". Tenor and harpsichord
written by Thomas Moore Esqr. (1779-1852) & composed by the Honble. Augustus Barry
pub G. E. Blake, Philadelphia. c1803
ms Peabody Conservatory Baltimore USA

[] The deserted bower. A glee for 3 voices. London 1804
words from Shenstone

[] Oh! sing unto my roundelay. Glee for three voices. London 1804
poetry from Chatterton

[] Does then that glist'ning trembling tear. Song
An answer to the Timid Tear, written by Mr E. Button
pub Printed for Purday & Button, London c1805

[] Well a day! or Alas in the Woodlands. A ballad
pub Printed for the Author, London 1806

[] Three Glees and two Songs. London ?1810
[] Would you hope, a glee for three voices
composed by the Honble. Augustus Barry
pub B. Williams, London ?1856

[] The poor blind boy
composed by the Hon. and Rev. Augustus Barry, expressly and exclusively for La Belle Assemblee, and to be had only with that work

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