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date: 10 July 2020

Carlile, Richardlocked

  • Philip W. Martin


Carlile, Richard (1790–1843), radical publisher and writer, was born on 8 December 1790 at Ashburton, Devon, the second of the three children of Richard Carlile senior and Elizabeth Carlile, née Brookings. His father was from a Devon family, and made his living first as a shoemaker, and then as an exciseman, a teacher, and a soldier. He published a book on mathematics, took to drink, deserted his family within a few years of ...

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