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Mortimer, Thomaslocked

(1730–1810)
  • Christabel Osborne
  • , revised by Anne Pimlott Baker

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Mortimer, Thomas (1730–1810), writer on trade and finance, was born on 9 December 1730 in Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, the only son of Thomas Mortimer (1706–1741), principal secretary to Sir Joseph Jekyll, master of the rolls, and grandson of John Mortimer (1656?–1736)...

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