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Whitehead, Paullocked

(1710–1774)
  • James Sambrook

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Whitehead, Paul (1710–1774), satirist, was born on St Paul's day, 6 February 1710, in Castle Yard, Holborn, London, and baptized on 17 February at St Andrew's, Holborn, the youngest son of Edmund Whitehead, a prosperous tailor, and his wife, Elizabeth. According to early biographers ...

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