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Article:Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend
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As a result of this, and other agricultural experiments at Raynham, he became known as ''Turnip Townshend.'' Although a figure of some fun, his agricultural reforms were extremely important. However, Alexander Pope mentions him in ''Imitations of Horace,'' Epistle II, as a turnip obsessed person and says, in a note, that "that kind of rural improvement which arises from turnips" was Townshend's favorite conversational topic.
 
As a result of this, and other agricultural experiments at Raynham, he became known as ''Turnip Townshend.'' Although a figure of some fun, his agricultural reforms were extremely important. However, Alexander Pope mentions him in ''Imitations of Horace,'' Epistle II, as a turnip obsessed person and says, in a note, that "that kind of rural improvement which arises from turnips" was Townshend's favorite conversational topic.
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He was a homosexual.
   
 
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