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James Butler

(1755—1842)


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(1755?–1842), English author resident in Pennsylvania, whose romantic novel Fortune's Foot-ball; or, The Adventures of Mercutio (1797–98) deals with the Algerian slave trade, British impressment of sailors, and other melodramatic matters.

From The Oxford Companion to American Literature in Oxford Reference.

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