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Clarke, Cuthbert (1728/9–1790), writer and lecturer on natural philosophy and agriculture, was probably born in Belford in Northumberland, though his origins are obscure. He spent the early and middle parts of his life in the north-east of England; having left Belford he lived in ...

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Murray, Keith Anderson Hope, Baron Murray of Newhaven (1903–1993), agricultural economist and university administrator, was born at 62 Great King Street, Edinburgh, on 28 July 1903, the third of five sons (there were no daughters) of Charles David Murray (1866–1936), judge of the ...

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Orwin, Charles Stewart (1876–1955), agricultural economist and historian, was born on 26 September 1876 at Horsham, Sussex, the only son of Frederick James Orwin and Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Campbell Stewart, of Blackheath, and niece of George Gawler, governor of South Australia (1838–41). Born into a medical family with a reputation for independent, radical thinking, from his earliest days ...

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Robertson, George (1750?–1832), writer on agriculture and topographer, was born in Edinburghshire, and lived on a farm at Granton, near Edinburgh, for many years. He farmed in Scotland from 1765 until shortly before his death, moving from Granton to Kincardineshire in 1800 and then to ...

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Rudge, Thomas (bap. 1753, d. 1825), topographer and writer on agriculture, was baptized on 13 June 1753 at the church of St Mary de Lode, Gloucester, the son of Thomas Rudge (1725/6–1809), attorney and writing master, and his first wife, Anne (1719/20–1759). His father was deputy registrar of the ...