Joseph Philip Robson

poet, song writer and editor

1808   -   1870

country of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
occupation: songwriter, singer

Joseph Philip Robson (or J. P. Robson) (1808 – 1870) was a Tyneside poet and writer of the 19th century. His most famous works are The Pitman’s Happy Times and "The Pawnshop Bleezin’" a comic description of the reactions of the various customers to the pawnshop going up in flames. He was a contemporary of other Geordie songwriters like George "Geordie" Ridley and Joe Wilson.
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