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Cobb, Jameslocked

(1756–1818)
  • Joseph Knight
  • , revised by Rebecca Mills

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Cobb, James (1756–1818), playwright, entered in 1771 the secretary's office of the East India Company, in which he rose to the post of secretary (1814). He sent anonymously, for the benefit of Jane Pope (Drury Lane, 30 March 1773), an occasional prologue, which was recited with some slight alteration by ...

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, Church of Jesus Christ of the Latterday Saints
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