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Butterworths

Butterworth charity

Butterworth, Hezekiah

Butterworth, Oliver

Butterworth, Charles

Butterworth, Benjamin

Joseph Butterworth (1770—1826) publisher and politician

Lawrence Butterworth (1740—1828)

Oliver Butterworth (1915—1990)

William Butterworth (1769—1834) slave-ship sailor and engraver

Arthur Butterworth (b. 1923)

Charles Butterworth (1896—1946)

Edwin Butterworth (1812—1848) topographer and journalist

George Butterworth (1885—1916) composer and folk dancer

Henry Butterworth (1786—1860) law publisher

Hezekiah Butterworth (1839—1905)

James Butterworth (1771—1837) poet and local historian

Jez Butterworth (b. 1969)

 

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British law publishers. After an apprenticeship with his law-bookseller uncle Joseph (1770–1826), Henry Butterworth (1786–1860) began a rival bookselling and publishing concern at 7 Fleet Street in 1818. He established ...

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