Author:William Cobbett

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William Cobbett
English pamphleteer, journalist, radical, tory, agriculturist, moral adviser, popular historian; wrote under pen names Dick Retort and Peter Porcupine
William Cobbett


  • Political Register (1806)
  • Cobbet's Paper against Gold (1817) (External scan)
  • A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland (1824-1826) (External scan)
  • The Poor Man's Friend; or, Essays on the Rights and Duties of the Poor (1829) (External scan)
  • A French Grammar; or, Plain Instructions for the Learning of French. In a Series of Letters (1829, 1861 revised edition) (External scan)
  • Legacy to Labourers (1834) (External scan)
  • Legacy to Parsons (1835 (External scan)
  • Rural Rides (1853)
    • Original edition: (External scan)
    • Everyman's Library: (External scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)

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