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Thomas Vaughan was a Welsh international footballer. He was part of the Wales national football team, playing 1 match on 14 March 1885 against England.

Thomas Vaughan, of Dover, Kent, was an English politician.

Thomas Vaughan was a Welsh philosopher and alchemist, who wrote in English. He is now remembered for his work in the field of natural magic.

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