Richard Barton

Richard Barton as a young boy Richard Barton (30 August 1790 – 20 August 1866) was the first European resident of Trentham, Upper Hutt, in New Zealand. He was born in Newport, Isle of Wight, England.

He was a Justice of the Peace and Member of Provincial Council in Wellington during the colonial years of New Zealand, serving alongside other pioneers including William B. Rhodes and during the first term of Henry Bunny in 1864. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1737
printed for William Owen, at Homer's-Head, near Temple-Bar, Fleet-Street

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1751
printed for the author, by A. Reilly, and sold by George and Alexander Ewing, at the Angel and Bible in Dame-Street

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1739

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1759
printed by and for S. Powell in Crane-Lane, and sold by most of the booksellers

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1751
printed for the author, by A. Reilly, and sold by George and Alexander Ewing, at the Angel and Bible in Dame street

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1746
printed for George and Alexander Ewing at the Angel and Bible in Dame-Street, Booksellers

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1752
Printed by A. Reilly, for G. and A. Ewing, Booksellers in Dame-Street

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by Barton, Richard
Published 1752
Printed for G. and A. Ewing, Booksellers in Dame-street