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James Gibbs (also known as Gibb, Gibb)

James Gibbs was a Scottish architect active in the 18th century. Before he turned to architecture, he had originally intended to be a Catholic priest in Rome. Gibbs returned to Britain in 1709, was promoted by the Earl of Mar, and became the Tory architect par excellence.

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