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Percival Ashley Chubb (1860 - 1960) was a prominent British Fabian. He was a member of the Progressive Association and a founder member of the Fabian Society. He also belonged to the London branch of the Fellowship of the New Life. Chubb published on the writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
For further information see:
Norman MacKenzie (1979) “Percival Chubb and the Founding of the Fabian Society” Victorian Studies 23, 1, pp.29 - 55
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