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The '''Redruth family''' includes a Mr Redruth, a clergyman of fifty or sixty, and his four children, who are self-declared magicians in the wake of the [[Revival of English Magic]]. Mr Redruth accompanied his daughter, '''Miss Redruth,''' to the inaugural post-Revival meeting of the [[Learned Society of York Magicians]], where the latter spoke in defence of [[Jonathan Strange]] and [[John Uskglass]], and against [[Gilbert Norrell]].
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The '''Redruth family''' includes a Mr Redruth, a clergyman of fifty or sixty, and his four children, who are self-declared magicians in the wake of the [[Revival of English Magic]]. Mr Redruth accompanied his daughter, '''Miss Redruth''', to the inaugural post-Revival meeting of the [[Learned Society of York Magicians]], where the latter spoke in defence of [[Jonathan Strange]] and [[John Uskglass]], and against [[Gilbert Norrell]].

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The Redruth family includes a Mr Redruth, a clergyman of fifty or sixty, and his four children, who are self-declared magicians in the wake of the Revival of English Magic. Mr Redruth accompanied his daughter, Miss Redruth, to the inaugural post-Revival meeting of the Learned Society of York Magicians, where the latter spoke in defence of Jonathan Strange and John Uskglass, and against Gilbert Norrell.