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C. Wentworth Dilke

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Sir (Charles) Wentworth Dilke, first baronet (1810–1869), art patron,

1810 Born in London on 18 February, the only son of the civil servant, art critic, and editor of the Daily News Charles Wentworth Dilke (1789–1864) and his wife, Maria Walker (1790–1850).

He was known as Wentworth Dilke in order to distinguish him from his father.

1857 Vice-President of the Society of Arts

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