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James Smith

(1775—1839) writer and humorist


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(1775–1839),

parodist: educ. Chigwell; visits Gore House, London (Kensington: Kensington Gore); buried in St Martin‐in‐the‐Fields (Strand: Trafalgar Sq.). Rejected Addresses (with his brother Horace) 1812.

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