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date: 12 November 2019

Laurie, Robertlocked

  • Timothy Clayton
  •  and Anita McConnell


Laurie, Robert (1755?–1836), mezzotint engraver and printseller, was probably born in 1755, into a family originating from Dumfriesshire. He was apprenticed to Robert Sayer (1724–1794), a publisher of prints, maps, and charts, at the sign of the Golden Buck, 53 Fleet Street...

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