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1778, Aug 231826, Sep 1
an English miscellaneous writer, son of Joseph Burt of Plymouth. He was educated at Exeter grammar school, and afterwards articled to a banker and solicitor at Bridgwater. Finally he practised at Plymouth as a solicitor until his death. He edited the Plymouth and Dock Telegraph for several years.
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  • Twelve Rambles in London, by Amicus Patriæ (1810)
  • Desultory Reflections on Banks in general, and the System of keeping up a False Capital by Accommodation (1810)
  • The Consequences of the French Revolution to England con...
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