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Bradley, Francis Herbertlocked

(1846–1924)
  • Guy Stock

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Bradley, Francis Herbert (1846–1924), philosopher, was born at Clapham, Surrey, on 30 January 1846, son of Charles Bradley (1789–1871), an Anglican clergyman of evangelical persuasion, and his second wife, Emma, daughter of John Linton. Bradley's father had twenty-one children with his two wives and was generally feared by them, although apparently least by ...

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