William Cobbett Bibliography

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William Cobbett, born 9 March 1763 in Surrey England, was a highly acclaimed journalist, certainly the most important of his time. There are also numerous other pamphlets and periodicals not covered in this bibliography.

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Title   Date Notes
Le Tuteur Anglais Philadelphia 1795  
A Collection of Facts and Observations Relative to the Peace with Bonaparte William Cobbett 1801  
Letters to Addington on the Fatal Effects of the Peace As Above 1802  
Letters to Lord Hawkesbury on the Peace with Bonaparte As Above 1802  
The Political Proteus : A View of the Public Character and Conduct of RB Sheridan New York 1804  
Letters on the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain   1815  
Paper Against Gold   1815  
An Address to the Journeymen and Labourers of England   1816  
Mr Cobbett's Address to His Countrymen   1817  
A Journal of a Years Residence in the United States Sherwood 1818 In three parts
A Grammar of the English language Thomas Dolby 1819  
The American Gardener   1821  
Preliminary Part of Paper Against Gold   1821  
Sermons Charles Clement 1822  
Cottage Economy Ditto 1822  
Collective Commentaries   1822  
A History of Protestant Reformation   1824 In two parts
A French Grammar Clement 1824  
The Woodlands   1825  
A Treatise on C's Corn   1828  
The English Gardener   1828  
Advice to Young Men   1829  
The Emigrant's Guide   1829  
Rural Rides   1830  
History of Regency and Reign of George IV   1830  
A Spelling Book and Stepping Stones   1831  
Three Lectures on the Political State of Ireland Byrne Dublin 1834  
Legacy to Labourers   1834  
Legacy to Parson   1835  
Ditto to Peel   1836  
Ditto to Lords   1863  

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