John Cripps Pembrey

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John Cripps Pembrey Jnr
... John Cripps Pembrey Jnr (28 December 1831, Jericho, Oxford - 1 May 1918, Oxford) was a distinguished Oriental proof reader ... He was apprentice to Thomas Combe and worked with his father John Cripps Pembrey Snr at Oxford University Press, setting up Sanskrit in type for publication, in 1849 ...

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