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Richard Edgcumbe (1716–1761)

Edgcumbe, Richard. An English poetaster and wit; born in Lancaster (?), 1716; died in Cornwall, May 10, 1761. His gay spirit produced: ‘The Fable of the Ass, Nightingale, and Kid’; ‘Ode to Health’; and other poems deemed witty in their day.