Author:John Holliday

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John Holliday
(c. 1730 – 1801)
English barrister and writer


  • Owen Salusbury Brereton in "Transactions of the Society of Arts", volume 19, pp. iv–vii
  • Favourite Norfolk Bantam in "Gentleman's Magazine", (1800), vol. lxx. pt. ii. pp. 1081–2.
  • The Life of Lord Mansfield (1797)
  • Monody on the Death of a Friend’ [Thomas Gilbert of Cotton, Staffordshire, M.P.], anon., (1798)
  • The British Oak, a Poem, dedicated to Horatio, Lord Nelson, in grateful remembrance of his Lordship's signal Victory near the mouth of the Nile, anon.(1800)

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