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The History of Margaret Catchpole

A Suffolk Girl

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Author: Richard Cobbold
Published: 1845
Language: English
Wordcount: 151,330 / 421 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 76
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 1,132
Added to site: 2012.09.13 31457

hed helminthologist, who was the youngest F.R.S. of his day. He had made some original investigations concerning Entozoa, and was the author of many books on "Parasites" and kindred subjects.]

[Footnote 4: At the Tower Church. He lived at St. Margaret's Green.]

[Footnote 5: Public Men of Ipswich and East Suffolk, by Richard Gowing. Ipswich: W. J. Scopes, 1875.]

[Footnote 6: The following books by Richard Cobbold are in the British Museum Library:--

Valentine Verses, or Lines of Truth, Love, and Virtue 1827

A Sermon on Matthew xiv 1829

The Spirit of the Litany of the Church of England. A Poem 1833

The History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk Girl. 2 vols. 1845

Mary Anne Wellington. A Soldier's Daughter, Wife and Widow. 3 vols. 1846

Zenon the Martyr. 3 vols. 1847

The Young Man's Home, or The Penitent's Return 1848

The Character of Woman. A Lecture 1848



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