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Burns, (James) Dawsonlocked

(1828–1909)
  • Charlotte Fell-Smith
  • , revised by Mark Clement

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Burns, (James) Dawson (1828–1909), temperance reformer, born at Southwark in London, on 22 January 1828, was the younger son of Jabez Burns, DD (1805–1876), Baptist minister of New Church Street Chapel, Marylebone, for forty-one years, and a popular religious writer and temperance advocate. His mother was ...

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