Berkeley, George Monck


Student United College 1781-1782[ ] 1783-1784 Log.; Ethics. (Secondar) Chancellor’s prize, Private Greek class, 1782.


Born 8.2.1763 son of Rev. George Berkeley, vicar of Bray, Co. Berks [Bray, County Berkshire], prebendary of Canterbury and Eliza Frinsham. [Minister]

Attended Kings School, Canterbury and Eton.


Also at Oxford University and Dublin University - LL.B. 1789.

Admitted student of the Inner Temple 1783. [Law student]

Said to have founded student debating society known as Literarii Viginti. Poems published.

Poems: by the late George-Monck Berkeley (London: Nichols, 1797)

Literary which is prefixed an Inquiry into the Life of Dean Swift (London: Elliot & Kay, 1789)

Heloise, or the Siege of Rhodes. 2 vols. (London: Forbes, Elliot & Kay, 1788); Vol. 2.



Died Cheltenham 26.1.1793.


  • UYUC400:10.4.1782
  • Preface to Poems by the late George-Monck Berkeley (London, 1797)
  • Eton Coll. Reg.
  • Edinburgh University Journal Autumn 1935 p220 - 229