6749Re: [Byron] Fwd: robinson unable t o post
- Nov 11, 2013http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Jperry.htm
This biography of Perry gives several avenues through which perry and Byron could meet.
He was several decades older than Byron.
"Sales of the Morning Chronicle gradually increased and by 1810 the newspaper had a circulation of 7,000. Perry was now able to recruit Britain's best radical journalists, including William Hazlitt and Charles Lamb. Perry continued to be hounded by the government and in February 1818 was charged with Leigh Hunt and The Examiner for criticizing King George III. Perry defended himself well in court and was found not guilty."
History of newspapers
However, I am still looking to find the notice and refutation in the Chronicle.
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