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6); he had ten children, of whom the second son, Thomas (1760-89), a conveyancer, was the author of poems, which were published after his death.
(See Genealogical Table.) Edward Bedingfield himself had a poetical gift, one of his poems, written in March 1753, being 'On receiving from the Countess of Burlington M kindly lent by Sir Henry Paston-Bedingfeld.) From a series of 18 letters written by Mason to Edward Bedingfield between 29 Sept. Huntington Library, it appears that Mason was largely indebted to Bedingfield not only for correcting the proofs of his own poems and of his in 1756, began printing in 1764, and eventually delivered the work to the subscribers in 1771. Cole of Milton, near Cambridge; Thomas Gray, Esq.: Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge; and The Hon. In his preface Bentham says: 'My grateful acknowledgments are due to the Rev. and to Thomas Gray, Esq., of Pembroke Hall, for their kind assistance in several points of curious Antiquities.'" "Richard Bentley (1708-82), son of the famous scholar [and Master of Trinity] of the same name, for many years a friend and correspondent of Horace Walpole, to whom his wit and artistic talents specially recommended him.
He was with him to the last during his brief illness (see his letters to Wharton and Nicholls in Appendix W)." Gray at Strawberry Hill', consisting of 'above nine pages, all about the Bard', and who intimated that if Gray wished to hear as much more about the other ode he was to direct to the Post-house at Andover (see Gray to Wharton, 8 Dec.
1757 (Letter 257 [letters.0293]); to Mason, 19 Dec.
He was educated at Eton, and after his father's death lived chiefly abroad until 1746, when he returned to England.
half-a-score new books in a season, and good part of half an acre of garden-ground for honeysuckles and roses.'" "John Chute (1701-76), the last descendant in the male line of Chaloner Chute, Speaker of the House of Commons (1659), was the tenth and youngest child of Edward Chute (1658-1722), of the Vyne, in Hampshire, his mother being Katherine Keck, widow of Ferdinand Tracy.
Walpole and Gray made his acquaintance at Florence in 1740, while they were staying with Mann.
After Gray parted from Walpole at Reggio in 1741 he spent two months with Chute at Venice.
Christopher Alderson [...] became Mason's curate at Aston in 1763.
In 1771 he entered Pembroke College, Cambridge, and in 1782 graduated B. as a 'ten year man' (without examination or regular residence).
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It was in succession to Brockett that Gray was appointed Professor by the Duke of Grafton.