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date: 05 April 2020

Long, Charles, Baron Farnboroughlocked

(1760–1838)
  • Howard Colvin

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Long, Charles, Baron Farnborough (1760–1838), politician and connoisseur of the arts, was born in the City of London in January 1760, the fourth son of Beeston Long, the head of a well-known firm of West Indies merchants in the City. A senior branch of the family, established at ...

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