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The history of the Kentish petition

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De·foe (dĭ-fōʹ), Daniel. 1660-1731.

British writer whose most famous novel, Robinson Crusoe (1719), was inspired by the exploits of a Scottish sailor and castaway, Alexander Selkirk. He also wrote Moll Flanders and A Journal of the Plague Year (both 1722).

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