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THOMAS HUGHES (1822-1896), was born at Uffington, Berks and educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford. He was called to the bar in 1848, becoming a county court judge in 1882. He was a liberal M.P. closely associated with the Christian Socialist and supported trade unionism and helped to found the Working Men's College and a settlement in Tennessee, U.S.A. He wrote a number of biographies and social studies, but he is primarily remembered as the author of the semi-autobiographical public school classic, Tom Brown's Shooldays (1856).
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