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Sir William Young (1749–1815)

Young, Sir William. An English statesman and historical writer; born in the middle of the eighteenth century; died in 1815. Among his writings are: ‘Travels in Italy’ (1772); ‘The Spirit of Athens: Political and Philosophical Investigations on the History of that Republic’ (1777); ‘Rights of Englishmen’ (1793); ‘The Black Caribs of the Island of St. Vincent’ (1795); ‘The West Indian Common-Place Book.’