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Tuke, Daniel Hacklocked



Tuke, Daniel Hack(1827–1895), physician, born at York on 19 April 1827, was youngest son of Samuel Tuke [q.v.] and Priscilla Hack of Chichester. James Hack Tuke [q.v.] was his elder brother. His twin-brother died on the day he was born. Tuke's delicacy of constitution retarded his education. Although he gave evidence of scholarly and literary habits, he does not seem to have owed much to his teachers. He learned to read and write English well, but acquired little Latin and less Greek. About the beginning of 1845 he was articled to a solicitor at ...

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