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How Did Joseph Priestley Cause Of Mental Illness

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Joseph Priestley was born March 24, 1773 and died February 6, 1804. Joseph was born in West Yorkshire New England. He was the oldest of 6 children, and his parents were Mary Swift and Jonas Priestley. Around the age of 7, Joseph was sent to live with his aunt. He was very intelligent and by the age of 4 he could recite all 107 questions and answers from the book Westminster Shorter Catechism.

His aunt intended for him to go into ministry work, and sent him to Daventry Academy for his education. He was able to skip the first two years of school, because of his genius. During his youth his native language was English, but he also learned Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. When Joseph was 16, he became very ill and even believed he was dying.
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