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William Dugdale (Stockport, 1800, d. in House of Correction, November 11, 1868) was one of England's most prolific publishers of radical pamphlets and bawdy books.

He was active in the erotica publishing trade between 1825 and c.1865 in London, which consists of translations, mainly by James Reddie, and reprints of erotic literature that had been previously published between 1825 and 1840.

He is not to be confused with: Sir William Dugdale (September 12, 1605 - February 10, 1686) who was an English antiquary.

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http://www.eroticabibliophile.com/publishers_dugdale_about.html



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