Rotterdam ( Crockford 1868: 73). 2 Bosworth received Fox’s letter, in Rotterdam, some six weeks after it had been written, on 10 October.
Unlike Fox, Bosworth achieved his scholarly distinction without the benefit of a regular university education. Little is known about his early life. He was, like Fox
). William writes that, already in his youth, his brother “was famous for the ease with which he mastered languages” (W. Platt : 5). It is uncertain whether James attended university or not: his brother simply states that “[f]ate had obliged [him] to seek aliving in the ways of commerce
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