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Lemoine, Henrylocked

(1756–1812)
  • David Goldthorpe

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Lemoine, Henry (1756–1812), author and bookseller, was born on 14 January 1756 in Spitalfields, London, and baptized in the French Huguenot church of La Patente in Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, on 1 February 1756. He was the only son of Henry Lemoine, a French protestant refugee, and ...

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