John Lawson

(1712—1759) writer on oratory

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(1712–1759), rhetorician. Born in Dublin, he prepared the groundwork for the Anglo-Irish oratorical tradition in his lectures at TCD on the Philippics, published by George Faulkner in 1758.

From The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature in Oxford Reference.

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