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De Roos Van Dekama (fiscle part-XIV)

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De Roos Van Dekama (fiscle part-XIV)
Jacob van Lennep (24 March 1802 - 25 August 1868) was a Dutch poet and novelist.He was born in Amsterdam, where his father, David Jacob van Lennep (1774–1853), a scholar and poet, was professor of eloquence and the classical languages in the Atheneum. He spent his summers at Huis te Manpad, where his family had a summer home, and where his father convinced the Heemstede city council to place a monument to Witte van Haemstede. This colorful monument influenced him to later write a song about it. Lennep took the degree of doctor of laws at Leiden, and then settled as an advocate in Amsterdam.

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