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Pepper, John Henrylocked

(1821–1900)
  • Thomas Seccombe
  • , revised by M. C. Curthoys

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Pepper, John Henry (1821–1900), illusionist and educationist, was born at Great Queen Street, Westminster, on 17 June 1821, the son of Charles Bailey Pepper (d. 1854), a civil engineer. He was educated at Loughborough House, Brixton, and King's College School, in the ...

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F. Boase, , 6 vols. (privately printed, Truro, 1892–1921); repr. (1965)