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Rousseau, Samuel Kentlocked

(1763–1820)
  • H. R. Tedder
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Rousseau, Samuel Kent (1763–1820), printer and orientalist, born in London, was the eldest son of Philip Rousseau, printer, and his wife, Susanna. He was baptized on 20 November 1763 at St Anne Blackfriars, London; he had at least five brothers and one sister baptized in the same church. His father was at one time a fellow workman with ...

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