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Definition of Pamphleteer

Pamphleteer
Pamphleteer Pam`phlet*eer", n. A writer of pamphlets; a scribbler. --Dryden. Macaulay.
Pamphleteer
Pamphleteer Pam`phlet*eer", v. i. To write or publish pamphlets. By pamphleteering we shall not win. --C. Kingsley.

Meaning of Pamphleteer from wikipedia

- Pamphleteer is a historical term for someone who creates or distributes pamphlets, unbound (and therefore inexpensive) booklets intended for wide circulation...
- proposed compromises to head off secession raised the tariff issue. Pamphleteers North and South rarely mentioned the tariff. Nationalism was a powerful...
- Richard Overton (fl. 1640–1664) was an English pamphleteer and Leveller during the Civil War and Interregnum (England). Richard Overton may have spent...
- publishing rights. About this time he co-edited a collection titled British Pamphleteers with Reginald Reynolds. As a result of the success of Animal Farm, Orwell...
- official answer to the Declaration, but instead secretly commissioned pamphleteer John Lind to publish a response entitled Answer to the Declaration of...
- Ralph Broome (1742–1805) was an English stockjobber, pamphleteer and satirical poet. Several of his works argued in defence of Warren Hastings during...
- he joined the gradualist Fabian Society and became its most prominent pamphleteer. Shaw had been writing plays for years before his first public success...
- 5, 1725 – May 23, 1783) was an American lawyer, political activist, pamphleteer, and legislator in Boston, a member of the M****achusetts provincial ****embly...
- Boyle's approach to the mechanical philosophy was promoted by rationalist pamphleteers as a viable alternative to the pantheists and enthusiasts, and was accepted...
- John Ranby (1743–1820) was an English pamphleteer, known for his anti-abolitionist writings. James Boswell interpolated in his Life of Johnson a reference...
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