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Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Apr 4 2022
Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jan 15 2022
NY Times Crossword 2 Dec 20, Wednesday

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William Combe (25 March 1742 – 19 June 1823) was a British miscellaneous writer. His early life was that of an adventurer, his later was passed chiefly within the “rules” of the King’s Bench Prison. He is chiefly remembered as the author of The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax, a comic poem, illustrated by artist Thomas Rowlandson’s color plates, that satirised William Gilpin. Combe also wrote a series of imaginary letters, supposed to have been written by the second, or “wicked” Lord Lyttelton. Of a similar kind were his letters between Swift and “Stella”. He also wrote the letterpress for various illustrated books, and was a general hack.

Combe’s father, Robert Combes, was a rich Bristol ironmonger who died in 1756; his mother, Susannah Hill (died 1748), was from a Quaker background. He was educated at Eton College, but was withdrawn from the school by William Alexander, his guardian, on his father’s death; Alexander died in 1762. He inherited from both his father and guardian, aspired to the status of gentleman, and changed his name to Combe. He spent his fortune, travelled and was nicknamed “Count Combe”; and in the period 1769–1773 was low in funds, existing in France, Wales and the West Midlands.

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