Bagot, Richard, 1860-1921

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Epithet: novelist

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Epithet: Lieutenant-Colonel

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Author Richard Bagot was born into an old and wealthy English family. He was privately educated, and spent time in Australia as secretary to the Governor. He also spent time in Italy, and many of his books have Italian subjects or themes. Although he was a Roman Catholic, he was critical of the Vatican and explored anti-Catholic positions in his works. He wrote biographies, novels, essays, and travel books.

From the description of Richard Bagot letters to John Lane, 1901-1915. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 58726276

Epithet: 4th son of Sir Walter Bagot, 5th Baronet, Secretary to the Embassy at Venice

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Place Name Admin Code Country
Huntspill, Somerset
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Southampton, Hampshire
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Exeter, Devon
Somerset, England
Tenterden, Kent
Coventry, Warwickshire
Coventry, Warwickshire
Netherlands, Europe
Chichester, Sussex
Dover, Kent
Ireland, Europe
Taunton, Somerset
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Male authors, English--Correspondence
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Birth 1860-11-08

Death 1921

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