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Charles Cotton (1630–1687) was a country gentleman, poet, and translator, who built a fishing house for himself and Izaak Walton at his birthplace, Beresford Hall in Staffordshire. In 1676, at Walton’s invitation, he wrote the second part to The Compleat Angler.

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