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us: Harding, E. (Edward), 1755-1840

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    • us: Harding, Edward, 1755-1840
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    • found: Dugdale, W. Origines juridiciales,, or, Historical memorials of the English laws, 1671: CSmH copy add. plate (London Pub. Feb. 1792 by E. Harding Fleet St.)
    • found: McKenzie, R.B. Stat. Co. apprentices 1701-1800, 1978 (Harding, Edward; 1797, [London]; had one apprentice James Scott, originally bd. to William Chalkin, 2 Feb. 1790; transferred to Harding 5 Dec. 1797 and freed by him the same day)
    • found: DNB (under Harding, Sylvester: Harding, Edward, 1755-1840; younger brother of Sylvester; set up with his brother as an engraver and bookseller; after partnership dissolved, carried on business alone; 1803 appointed librarian to Queen Charlotte; after her death in 1818, became librarian to the Duke of Cumberland, later King of Hanover; d. 1 Nov. 1840)
    • found: Mallalieu, H.L. Dictionary of British watercolour artists up to 1920, 2002 (Edward Harding, born 1755 in Stafford, died 1840 in London)
    • found: Oxford DNB online, 23 Sept. 2013: under entry for his brother Silvester Harding (Edward Harding, engraver and publisher, younger brother of Silvester Harding; born 29 March 1755 in Stafford; set up with his brother as an engraver and bookseller and, after the dissolution of their partnership, carried on business alone for a few years; in 1803 he was appointed librarian to Queen Charlotte; after Queen Charlotte's death in 1818 he became librarian to the duke of Cumberland, afterwards king of Hanover, and held that post until his death; died 1 Nov. 1840 in Pimlico, London)
    • notfound: Todd, W.B. Dict. 1800-1840;Brown, P.A. London publishers c. 1800-1870
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    • [Not to be confused with his nephew, Edward Harding, 1776-1796, also an engraver]
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