Person    | Male  Born 1732  Died 1807

John Walker

Categories: Literature

Author of the Pronouncing Dictionary. Actor then teacher. Published "Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, Rules Addressed to Citizens of Scotland, Ireland and London" in 1791. Friends with Dr. Johnson and Edmund Burke.

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Burdett-Coutts Memorial Sundial

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