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Haughton, Sir Graves Chamneylocked

  • Gordon Goodwin
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Haughton, Sir Graves Chamney (1788–1849), orientalist, was the second son of John Haughton, a Dublin physician, and his wife, the daughter of Edward Archer of Mount John, co. Wicklow. He was educated principally in England, and, having obtained a military cadetship on the ...

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