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Martyn, Benjaminlocked

(1698–1763)
  • James Sambrook

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Martyn, Benjamin (1698–1763), writer and government official, born on 8 September 1698, was the eldest son of Richard Martyn (1667–1715?), commissioner of stamp duties and linen draper of London, and nephew of Edward Martyn, professor of rhetoric at Gresham College, and of Henry Martin...

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