Joseph Blanco White
Joseph Blanco White, born José María Blanco Crespo (11 July 1775 – 20 May 1841), was a Spanish theologian and poet.
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... Joseph Blanco White, born José María Blanco Crespo (11 July 1775 – 20 May 1841), was a Spanish theologian and poet ... White was born in Seville, Spain ... He had Irish ancestry and was the son of the merchant Guillermo Blanco (alias White, an English viceconsul who had established itself in Seville during the reign of Fernando VI ...
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