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Kent, Nathaniellocked

(1737–1810)
  • Ronald Bayne
  • , revised by Anne Pimlott Baker

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Kent, Nathaniel (1737–1810), land agent and writer on agriculture, was the younger son of Ambrose Kent of Penton Mewsey, Hampshire. In 1755 he began work as a clerk at Portsmouth Dockyard, and later he held a secretarial post on the staff of Admiral Geary...

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