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Manley, Thomas (c. 1628–1676), legal and political writer, was the son of Thomas Manley (d. 1656) of Westminster, clerk of the kitchen in the household of Charles I, and his wife, Cassandra Button (d. 1633), daughter of Henry Lyde, and can probably be identified with the author of certain juvenilia published about 1650, in which case he was born about 1628. He may have been the ...