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Caleb Angas (1782—1860) agriculturist

Caleb Ashworth (1720—1775) dissenting minister and tutor

Caleb Atwater (1778—1867)

Caleb Bingham (1757—1817)

Caleb Burrell Rose (1790—1872) surgeon and geologist

Caleb Cushing

Caleb E. Finch

Caleb Evans (1831—1886) geologist

Caleb Evans (1737—1791) Particular Baptist minister and college head

Caleb Fiske Harris (1818—1881)

Caleb Fleming (1698—1779) dissenting minister and religious controversialist

Caleb Hillier Parry (1755—1822) physician

Caleb Huse (1831—1905)

Caleb Jeacocke (1706—1786) orator

Caleb Rotheram (1694—1752) Presbyterian minister and tutor

Caleb Sprague Henry (1804—1884)

Caleb Threlkeld (1676—1728) physician and botanist

Caleb Whitefoord (1734—1810) wine merchant and diplomatist

Caleb Williams

Caleb Williams Elijah Saleeby (1878—1940) writer and eugenist

Charles Caleb Colton (c. 1780—1832) writer and Church of England clergyman

George Caleb Bingham (1811—1879)

Sir James Caleb Anderson (1792—1861) promoter of steam coaches


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One of the spies sent ahead by Moses to explore Canaan (Num. 13: 6) and permitted to enter it (Num. 14: 24) unlike Moses himself (Deut. 34: 4). He settled at Hebron (Josh. 14: 14).

Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies.

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