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Who is Thomas Lauder?
Thomas Lauder was a 15th-century Scottish churchman. A graduate of the University of Paris, he served the Scottish king at the Council of Basel in the 1430s. Although he rose to the position of Bishop of Dunkeld, he had previously been Master of the famous hospital at Soutra Aisle, as well as the tutor to King James II of Scotland.
- born in (621 years ago) in Scotland
- religion: Catholicism
- education: University of Paris
- died on (534 years ago) in Dunkeld
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The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1830)
by Sir David Brewster
Sir THOMAS LAUDER DICK, Bart. F. R. S. E. Lieut.- General DIROM, F.R.S.L. and E. The late HENRY DEWAR, Esq. F. R. S. E. &c. xiii Caledonia New, CARINTHIA, CARNIol1A, CASHMERE, Caucasus, CAYENNE, CHESHIRE, Chester,
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century (1859)
Containing Thirty Thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone
Dick, Thomas Lauder.
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