Cobden

[ kob-duhn ]
/ ˈkɒb dən /

noun

Richard, 1804–65, English manufacturer, merchant, economist, and statesman.

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Cobden
/ (ˈkɒbdən) /

noun

Richard. 1804–65, British economist and statesman: with John Bright a leader of the successful campaign to abolish the Corn Laws (1846)
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