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James, Edwardlocked

(1807–1867)
  • G. C. Boase
  • , revised by Eric Metcalfe

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James, Edward (1807–1867), barrister, was born at Manchester, the second son of Frederick William James, merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of William Baldwin. He served in a Manchester warehouse for two years, where he gained knowledge which was later to be useful to him in conducting mercantile cases. He matriculated from ...

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