C. F. Lawler

Life
fl.1810 [pseud. “Peter Pindar”] , issued The R-L blood, or An Illustrious Hen and Her Pretty Chickens (1810) , the most successful of his many verse satires on the Prince Regent and other members of the Royal Family, all running to many editions; but see ODNB in “References”, infra. DIW

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References
Dictionary of National Biography, list Peter Pindar, pseud. of John Wolcot, 1738-1819, with comments as follows:‘[...] .issued various satires on George III from 1785, his only efficient opponent being William Gifford, who attacked him severely in Anti-Jacobin; His last work was an Epistle to the Emperor of China (1817), on the occasions of Lord Amherst's unfortunate embassy. I.e. If Lawler used the name, Wolcot assumed it or resumed it. [Note that George Canning, the Yngr. also wrote for the Anti-Jacobin.]

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