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Thomas Cooper

(1805—1892) Chartist and religious lecturer


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(1805–1892) British poet and novelist

The Purgatory of Suicides (1845) PoetryWise Saws and Modern Instances (1845) Fiction Short StoriesCaptain Cobler; or, The Lincolnshire Rebellion (1850) FictionAlderman Ralph; or, The History of the Borough and Corporation of Willowacre [as ‘Adam Hornbrook’] (1853) FictionThe Family Feud [as ‘Adam Hornbrook’] (1855) Fiction

The Purgatory of Suicides (1845) Poetry

Wise Saws and Modern Instances (1845) Fiction Short Stories

Captain Cobler; or, The Lincolnshire Rebellion (1850) Fiction

Alderman Ralph; or, The History of the Borough and Corporation of Willowacre [as ‘Adam Hornbrook’] (1853) Fiction

The Family Feud [as ‘Adam Hornbrook’] (1855) Fiction

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