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Is this Richard Price the same who is honoured in the "Price table", a method for computing a cash flow where one (huge) payment is divided into equal payments over time? Albmont (talk) 12:22, 11 June 2008 (UTC)
I raised the issue of the correct way to categorise Price's nationality here. As he was educated and spent all his adult life in England, it seems more useful to list him as English than Welsh, or at least to include him in English categories. I will re-add him to Category:English Unitarians, while not removing him from the equivalent Welsh one. BrainyBabe (talk) 21:47, 28 January 2010 (UTC)
Is there something wrong with you? He was born in Wales, his parents are both Welsh, aswell as his ancestry, he continuously referred to himself as Welsh and is listed as the 39th Greatest Ever Welsh person, in a poll conducted by the BBC. He is Welsh, end of story. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Aldwynson (talk • contribs) 19:06, 25 May 2012 (UTC)
Very good article on Richard Price with all the important features mentioned. One ommission is that he was born at Tynton Farn, in Llangeinor, which is a small valley village in Bridgend County Borough Council area. The local tourism website gives more details of his village and his life. www.visitbridgend.com
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An article in the Burke Newsletter (vol 7-8) by Carl B. Cone, Dept of History, Univ of Kentucky. A charming contrast of Burke and Price, with excellent context. 1964. p 638 onwards. . Carbon Caryatid (talk) 16:22, 11 May 2016 (UTC)