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 Cobbe, Miss Frances PowerCockburn, Henry Thomas, Lord 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Cobbett, William
 
(b. Farnham, Surrey, March 9th, 1762; d. Ash, near Farnham, June 18th, 1835). “The Works of Peter Porcupine” (1801); “The Political Register” (1802–35); “A History of the Reformation” (1810); “A Year’s Residence in the United States” (1818–19); “An English Grammar, in a Series of Letters to his Son” (1819), “Cottage Economy,” “Rural Rides in England,” “Curse of Paper Money,” “Advice to Young Men,” “A Legacy to Parsons,” and other works. A selection from his political writings was published, with a “Life,” by his son, in 1837. See the “Life” by Huish (1835), by Smith (1878).   1
 


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