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Dell, Henrylocked

(b. in or before 1733)
  • Michael T. Davis


Dell, Henry (b. in or before 1733), bookseller and playwright, was the son of Henry Dell, a tailor in St Peters Chalfont, Buckinghamshire. He was apprenticed to the London stationer James Penny on 6 March 1750 and was freed as a member of the ...

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