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Charles Churchill
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Born in Westminister, London
Born in 1731
Died on 4th of November 1764

Born 1731. Died 1764 - English satirical poet.



Married at age of 17. Ordained as priest in 1756. Became well known with Rosciad (1761) and The Apology (1761), an attack on his critics. Ridiculed Dr Johnson in The Ghost (1762). Other satires included The Prophecy of Famine and The Epistle to Hogarth. Died suddenly on a visit to France.

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