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Chatterton

Thomas. 1752--70, British poet; author of spurious medieval verse and prose: he committed suicide at the age of 17

Chatterton

boy poet produced poems allegedly by 15th-century monk. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 164]
See: Forgery
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And the visitors extended their lead after 25 minutes when Harrop created space with a lovely inside pass for Knight to race through and feed Chatterton to finish off from 30m.
THE TOPIC: Two long-time divers and treasure hunters, John Chatterton and John Mattera (a New Yorker familiar with mobsters), hope to find the Golden Fleece, the legendary sunken ship of the infamous 17th-century pirate John Bannister.
Hunt is substituted for George Felton Mathew, Shakespeare and Milton for Hunt, and Chatterton for Milton.
However, it is doubtful the course of romantic poetry would have been much different without the likes of Chatterton; it is even more doubtful that "a serious revaluation of Romanticism" can be undertaken on the basis of what the romantics had or had not said about forgers like Chatterton.
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The two charities are very close to the group members, as a friend of Natalie suffers from cancer and one of her members, Elise Chatterton, has a son Oscar who attends Zoe's Place.
Det Sgt Steven Chatterton said: "These are serious offences and any help from the public would be welcome for us to move forward with the investigation and hopefully bring someone to justice.