Richard Cobbold

Standard Name: Cobbold, Richard

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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Cobbold
Twenty-four years after his writer mother 's death, Richard Cobbold delivered for the benefit of the Governesses' Benevolent Institution a lecture entitled The Character of Woman, printed the same year.
Burmester, James, Rosamund Burmester, and Emma Pound. English Books. James Burmester Rare Books, 1985.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Cobbold
EC 's fifth child, Richard , born on 9 September 1797, became a clergyman and a writer (the heroine of one of whose novels was the scandalous family servant Margaret Catchpole), and he followed in...
Fictionalization Margaret Catchpole
Richard Cobbold , son of Elizabeth Cobbold , and rector of Wortham, published a fictionalised treatment of MC 's life in 1845 entitled The History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk Girl. It was...
Textual Production Elizabeth Cobbold
EC wrote an epilogue for a play produced at Liverpool in 1789. She published privately her sets of Cliff Valentines, which were verses written for an annual party in 1813 and 1814. (She had...

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