Seymour, Hobart
b. 1800-09-29
d. 1874-06-19
Michael Hobart Seymour was an Irish anti-Catholic writer and clergyman.1 He left Ireland around 1834 and settled in Bath, England, where he married a woman named Maria Thomas.2
In 1844, Seymour took his wife to Rome, where he collected the material for two of his controversial anti-Catholic books.3
In an enclosure to this letter, Staines discusses a book recommendation from Boys and inquires about more books by Seymour.
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