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Allan, Thomas (fl. 1800–1840), lawyer and political adviser to the Wesleyan Methodists, was one of the most important laymen of his generation, but his biographical details remain unknown. When in 1799–1800 parliamentary attempts were made to exclude itinerant preaching and Sunday schools from the protection of the ...

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Ginnell, Laurence (bap. 1852, d. 1923), lawyer and Irish republican, was baptized at Delvin, co. Westmeath, on 9 April 1852, an elder twin, and one of three sons of Laurence Ginnell, a small tenant farmer of Great Crowinstown, and his wife, Mary, née...

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Gray, William (1751–1845), lawyer and political agent, was born on 27 April 1751 at Hedon, near Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, the only child of William Gray (1719–1793), linen weaver, and his second wife, Margaret Thompson (1706?–1761), who was described in the family papers as 'a mantua maker at ...

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Hope, James (1803–1882), lawyer and political agent, was born on 28 May 1803, the third son of the Right Honourable Charles Hope of Granton (1763–1851), judge and lord president and lord justice general of the court of session from 1811 to 1841, and his wife, ...

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Horne, Donald (1787–1870), lawyer and political agent, was born on 20 May 1787 at Stanstill in Caithness, the second son of John Horne (c.1753–1823), of Stirkoke. If, as is likely, he was the Donald Horne baptized at Halkirk, Caithness, on 26 May, his mother was named ...

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Rose, Sir Philip, first baronet (1816–1883), lawyer and political agent, was born in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, on 12 April 1816, third son in the family of four sons and one daughter of William Rose (1776–1846), doctor of Wycombe, and Charlotte (1785–1869), daughter of William Baly...

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Spence [alias Butler], William (1650/51–1699), conspirator and private secretary, was 'born of mean parents' (CSP dom., 1683, 370) at Sandreford in Fife, the son of Margaret Millar, though Spence is an Orcadian name and local tradition has it that his family hailed from the ...

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Spofforth, Markham (1825–1907), lawyer and political agent, was born at Newfields, near Howden, Yorkshire, on 14 March 1825, the second son of Samuel Spofforth (1784–1869), solicitor, and his wife, Anne, only daughter of Thomas Richardson of Market Weighton, Yorkshire. He was educated at ...

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Tallents, William Edward (1780–1837), political agent and lawyer, was born on 9 February 1780 and baptized at Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, on 31 August 1780, the youngest of the eight children (five sons and three daughters) of Philip Tallents (1741–1789), attorney, and Elizabeth Webster (1740–1827)...