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Hardcover, 273 pages
Published January 1st 1974 by L. Muller
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John Cameron Andrieu Bingham Michael Morton, CBE, who is best known by his preferred abbreviation J.B. Morton, was the only child of Edward Morton (Author of San Toy) and Rosamond (daughter of Captain Devereux Bingham of Wartnaby Hall, Leicestershire).

He went to Harrow School, and later remarked "What on God's earth do people mean by 'the Public School Type'? Why, in one House we had Field Marshal
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