Abraham John Valpy

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Abraham John Valpy (1787-1854), English printer and publisher, son of schoolmaster and grammarian Richard Valpy. Valpy was the founder of the Classical Journal in 1810 and was connected with two important effort, while in the department of classical literature, the reissue of Henry Estienne's (Stephanus) Greek Thesaurus, for which Edmund Henry Barker was chiefly responsible; and the reissue of the Delphin Classics in 143 volumes with variorum commentators notes, under the editorial superintendence of George Dyer.