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T. Horton James T. Horton James i(A137272 works by) (a.k.a. Thomas Horton James)
Also writes as: 'Rubio'
Born: Established: ca. 1792 ; Died: Ceased: 1867
Gender: Male
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Thomas Horton James was a colonial merchant, landowner and traveller. He operated T. H. James and Company from George St, Sydney, was involved in a shipping business and helped establish the Sydney Commercial Bank.

Horton James contributed to several Sydney newspapers, sometimes using the pseudonym 'Rubio', and wrote pamphlets and travel accounts.

Source: John Pettit Rare Banknotes website,
Sighted: 28/09/2011

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