Cotton, Charles (16301687)

Cotton, Charles, a poet, born in Staffordshire; his poetry was of the burlesque order, and somewhat gross; chiefly famous for his translation of “Montaigne's Essays”; was friend and admirer of Isaak Walton, and wrote a supplement to his “Angler” (16301687).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Cotman, John Sell
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Cotta, Caius
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Cottin, Sophie
Cottle, Joseph
Cotton, Bishop
Cotton, Charles
Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce
Coucy
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