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Milner, Frank (ed): The Stuckists Punk Victorian [National Museums Liverpool, 2005], p. 134
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From The Turner Prize manifesto (2000), co-written with Billy Childish
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Dalya Alberge, One Man and His Boat Sail into a Storm over the Turner The Times, 2005-12-06.
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Dalya Alberge, Painter Wins Turner Prize The Times, 2006-12-04
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Born: November 29, 1729

Died: August 16, 1824 (aged 94)

Bio: Charles Thomson was a Patriot leader in Philadelphia during the American Revolution and the secretary of the Continental Congress throughout its existence.

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