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Philip Pendleton Cooke (1816–1850)

Cooke, Philip Pendleton. An American poet and prose-writer; born in Martinsburg, VA, Oct. 26, 1816; died near Boyce, VA, Jan. 21, 1850. His first poems were published in the Knickerbocker Magazine. His works in book form include: ‘Froissart Ballads and Other Poems’ (1847); the tales of ‘John Carpe’ and ‘The Crime of Andrew Blair’; and his short lyric poem, ‘Florence Vane,’ which was set to music.