Author:Thomas Caldecott

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Thomas Caldecott

British bibliophile, Shakespearean student, and barrister; his library's auction following his death was noted by Gentleman's Magazine in 1834.


  • Reports of Cases relative to the duty and office of a Justice of the Peace from 1776 to 1785
    • Volume 1 (1786)
    • Volume 2 (1789)
  • Hamlet, and As you like it: a specimen of a new edition of Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1832)

Works about Caldecott[edit]

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