Brigadier General William Cosby is Notorious (Daily Post Prompt)

Brigadier-General William Cosby (1690–1736) was a notorious Irish soldier who served as the British royal governor of New York from 1732 to 1736.During his short term as governor, Cosby was notoriously portrayed as one of the most oppressive royal placeholders in British Colonial America. 

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