Poet and translator of Icelandic verse, notably the Edda of Saemund (1769). The only known portrait, described as 'a great likeness' by Cottle's brother, Joseph, who was the friend and publisher of Coleridge, Southey, Wordsworth and Lamb.
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National Portrait Gallery, London
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