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date: 01 December 2020

Mathias, Thomas Jameslocked

(1753/4–1835)
  • Paul Baines

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Mathias, Thomas James (1753/4–1835), satirist and Italian scholar, was the eldest son of Vincent Mathias (c.1711–1782), sub-treasurer in the queen's household, and his wife, Marianne (1724–1799), daughter of Alured Popple, secretary to the Board of Trade and governor of Bermuda. Mathias's...

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