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date: 17 October 2019

Mongredien, Augustuslocked

(1807–1888)
  • A. C. Howe

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Mongredien, Augustus (1807–1888), corn merchant and political economist, was born in London, the son of John Adrien Mongredien, a French officer who had fled to England after Bonaparte's coup d'état in 1798 and was later described as an 'agriculturalist'. Educated at the Roman Catholic school at ...

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