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Josse, Augustin Louis (1763–1841), Roman Catholic priest and Hispanic scholar, was born in France and ordained priest in the diocese of Vannes. During the reign of terror he narrowly escaped falling victim to the French Revolution. He first sought asylum in Spain, where he remained for four years, during which time he thoroughly mastered the Spanish language. Towards the close of the century he settled in ...

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Lyde, Lionel William (1863–1947), geographer, was born on 28 March 1863 at the vicarage, Wigton, Cumberland, the eldest son of William Lyde (1829/30–1914), vicar of Wigton, and his wife, Elizabeth Emily Hart, née Chamberlain (1841/2–1874). He was educated at Sedbergh School, and at ...