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Edward Nares (1762–1841)

Nares, Edward. An English story-writer and biographer; born in London, 1762; died in 1841. He was a clergyman, who held the professorship of modern history at Oxford for a time. His writings include ‘Thinks I to Myself’ (1811), a novel; and ‘Life and Administration of Lord Burghley’ (1828–31).