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Cobbett

[ kob-it ]

noun

  1. William Peter Porcupine, 1763–1835, English political essayist and journalist in the U.S. and England.


Cobbett

/ ˈkɒbɪt /

noun

  1. CobbettWilliam17631835MEnglishWRITING: journalistSOCIAL SCIENCE: social reformer William. 1763–1835, English journalist and social reformer; founded The Political Register (1802); author of Rural Rides (1830)


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From this a long, gradual descent led directly into Farnham, the native town of William Cobbett.

At any rate, he will find no spirit of this description in what Cobbett satirically termed “the Wen.”

Cobbett on one of his rides stayed at Petersfield, and put up at this old house.

William Cobbett, an English poetical and miscellaneous writer, died.

Since Cobbett no keener agriculturist's eye or better pen had surveyed North Wiltshire.

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