Samuel Palmer

[printer] Samuel Palmer (died 1732) was an English printer and author. ==Life== He operated in a house in Bartholomew Close, London, later occupied by the two Jameses the typefounders. In 1725 Benjamin Franklin found work there, staying for a year, and was employed on the second edition of William Wollaston`s Religion of Nature; during this...
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Samuel Palmer

Samuel Palmer (27 January 1805 – 24 May 1881) was a British landscape painter, etcher and printmaker. He was also a prolific writer. Palmer was a key figure in Romanticism in Britain and produced visionary pastoral paintings. ==Early life== Palmer, who was born in Surrey Square off the Old Kent Road in Newington, London, was the son of a booksel...
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Samuel Palmer

[biographer] Samuel Palmer (1741–1813) was an English nonconformist minister, known as a biographer ==Life== He was born at Bedford, was educated at Bedford School, and then studied for the ministry (1758–62) at Daventry Academy under Caleb Ashworth. In 1762 he became afternoon preacher to the independent (originally presbyterian) congr...
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