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date: 11 July 2020

Pratt, Hodgsonlocked

  • W. B. Owen
  • , revised by Matthew Lee


Pratt, Hodgson (1824–1907), peace campaigner and co-operative movement activist, born at Bath on 10 January 1824, was the eldest of five sons of Samuel Peace Pratt and his wife, Susanna Martha Hodgson (d. 1875). After education at East India College, Haileybury, where he won a prize for an English essay in his first term, he matriculated at ...

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