excerpter

excerpter

(ɛkˈsɜːptə) or

excerptor

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a person who excerpts (parts or passages from a book, play, etc)
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Shelley's acquaintance, the Queen Mab excerpter George Cannon, since the semi-literate Wedderburn was then, like Carlile, also an inmate of Dorchester prison.
Shelley's acquaintance, the pressman impresario George Cannon (80 guns) and Shelley's 1815 eulogizer and excerpter, the shoemaker poet Robert Charles Fair (74 guns).
This article is excerpter from his forthcoming book, A Constitution of Direct Democracy.