Adams may have thought that Cobbett was a being created for the express purpose of being let alone.
Cobbett said, that Jefferson had cheated his British creditors.
Cobbett, the most popular writer of the day, was forced to fly to America.
Well, he was a Pittite; the tailor a fanatic for Thelwall and Cobbett.
Defoe showed a genius for the art, and his mastery of vigorous vernacular was hardly rivalled until the time of Paine and Cobbett.
It was by Chiddingfold churchyard that Cobbett made a discovery in the peerage.
Cobbett in a tirade against the Lords of the Loom idealized the old-time union of agriculture and manufacture.
Cobbett, in 1819, announced his intention of publishing a biography of Paine.
His earliest signed work is dated two years later, and represents the demagogue Cobbett going to St. James's.
Cobbett did his best to turn the radical tide, but to no purpose.