James Hurdis (1763–1801), born in Bishopstone, East Sussex, was a clergyman and a poet. He was the vicar for the West Sussex village of Burpham and it was there that he wrote The Village Curate. In 1793 he was appointed a Professor of Poetry at Oxford University.
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- Rise with the lark, and with the lark to bed.