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date: 30 March 2020

Tobin, Jameslocked

(1736/7–1817)
  • David Small

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Tobin, James (1736/7–1817), sugar planter and pro-slavery campaigner, born in London, was probably the son of a sea captain, James Tobin (1698–1770); his mother may have been a Miss Hope. He was educated at Westminster School and took articles as a solicitor. However, in 1758 he went to ...

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