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date: 16 October 2019

Caulfield, Jameslocked

(1764–1826)
  • Timothy Clayton

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Caulfield, James (1764–1826), author and printseller, was born in The Vineyard, Clerkenwell, on 11 February 1764, the son of a music engraver. He was brought up in Cambridge and educated by Christopher Sharpe, a print collector and amateur etcher who conveyed his passion to his pupil. In 1780 his father set ...

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