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Cobbett

William. 1763--1835, English journalist and social reformer; founded The Political Register (1802); author of Rural Rides (1830)
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Cobbett was a writer and political commentator, and his sighting would spread the rumour that a big cat could be prowling the Surrey Hills, a rumour that would last for nearly two centuries.
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I should not like my bones to be disturbed." No one knows what happened to Paine's remains following Cobbett's death.
Today SOUTHAMPTON Cobbett Road Library, Cobbett Road, SO18 1HL.
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Now, Sweet, of Cobbett Street, South Shields, has been jailed for two-and-a-half years after pleading guilty to robbery and having an offensive weapon at Newcastle Crown Court.
Playing on the shared roots of "conservation" and "conservatism," Castellano argues that writers ranging from William Wordsworth to William Cobbett affiliated themselves with this mode of Romantic conservatism in texts that opposed universalizing scientific, political, and financial systems' erosion of place and custom.
MEASAT has signed an agreement with Cobbett Hill Earth Station ("Cobbett Hill") for capacity on the AFRICASAT-1a satellite.
This idea was brought home forcefully to me by a reading of William Cobbett's A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland (first published in London in 1824).
However, Mitchel, despite his Presbyterian radical background, deeply influenced as he was by the writings of Carlyle, Cobbett and Scott, rejected parliamentary democracy, which he claimed was a sham, and called for armed rebellion.