A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Trumbull, John

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Trumbull, John (1750-1831). -- Poet, b. at Waterbury, Conn., was a lawyer, and became a judge. He wrote much verse, his principal productions being The Progress of Dulness (1772) and McFingal (1782), written in support of the Revolution in imitation of Hudibras.