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Joaquín Telesforo de Trueba y Cosío (1799?–1835)

Trueba y Cosío, Joaquín Telesforo de (trwā’bä ē kōs’yō). A Spanish poet; born at Santander, 1799?; died at Paris, Oct. 4, 1835. He wrote several comedies, as ‘The Fickle One’ and ‘Marrying on 60,000 Duros.’ He wrote in English several historical novels, among them ‘Gomez Arias’ (1828), and ‘The Castilian’ (1829); and also in English, ‘Lives of Cortés and Pizarro’ (1830) and the historical drama ‘The Royal Delinquent.’ The most successful of his works was ‘Paris and London’ (1833), a portraiture of manners and morals.