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Haslewood, Joseph, 1769-1833

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  • Variants

    • Hood, Eu., 1769-1833
    • Gabble, Gridiron, 1769-1833
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1769-11-05
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1833-09-21
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Roxburghe Club
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Westminster (London, England)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Kensington (London, England)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Great Britain
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  • Sources

    • found: His The secret history of the green rooms, 1790(name not given)
    • found: Catalogue of the curious and valuable library of the late Joseph Haslewood, Esq. F.S.A., 1833
    • found: DNB(Haslewood, Joseph, 1769-1833)
    • found: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography online, viewed 19 March 2019(Haslewood, Joseph (1769-1833); bibliographer and antiquary; born at the lying-in hospital, Brownlow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster, on 5 November 1769, and baptized on 9 November; he was apprenticed to his mother's brother, a solicitor in Conduit Street, and became a partner in the firm before eventually succeeding his uncle; along with his friends Philip Bliss and Thomas Frognall Dibdin, Haslewood was a founder of the Roxburghe Club, which was started on 16 June 1812; By 1812 he had achieved some renown as an editor of early English literature and he became one of the most prolific publishers of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century texts; Haslewood also wrote a series of articles on old London theatres for the Gentleman's Magazine (1813-14) under the pseudonym Eu. Hood; his will was proved on 9 November 1833)
    • found: Wikipedia, online, viewed 19 March 2019(Joseph Haslewood (5 November 1769-21 September 1833) was an English writer and antiquary; he was a founder of the Roxburghe Club; he died on 21 September 1833, at Addison Road, Kensington)
    • found: Room, Adrian. Dictionary of pseudonyms, 2010:p. 210 (Joseph Haslewood used the pseudonym "Gridiron Gabble" in his book 'Green-room gossip or Gravity gallinipt' published in 1804)
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    • 1992-02-13: new
    • 2019-03-20: revised
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