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Miller, Jameslocked

(1704–1744)
  • Paula O'Brien

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Miller, James (1704–1744), playwright and satirist, was born at Bridport, Dorset, on 11 August 1704, the eldest son of John Miller (d. 1743), rector of nearby Compton Valence, and his wife, Ellen Bruce (d. 1731). In 1726, aged twenty-two, he was admitted to ...

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