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Thomas Hollis

(1720—1774) political propagandist


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(1720–74)

Thomas Hollis was born in London on 14 April 1720 and died in Dorset on 1 January 1774. He attended schools in Newport, Shropshire, and St Albans. In 1732 ...

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