George Butt

George Butt (26 December 1741 – 30 September 1795) was a British poet, teacher, cleric. He became George III's Chaplain-in-Ordinary. He and his wife Martha had three children and to varying degrees they were all writers. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Butt, George
Published 1775
printed and sold by J. Turner, and S. Crowder, in Pater-Noster-Row, London

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by Butt, George
Published 1793
printed for the author, by G. Gower

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by Butt, George
Published 1793
printed and sold by G. Gower. Sold also by J. Downes, No. 240, Temple-Bar, Strand, London

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by Butt, George
Published 1795
printed and sold by Holl and Brandish; sold also by M. Andrews, W. Smart, and J. Tymbs, Worcester; G. Gower, Kidderminster; T. Brandish; Evesham, Crutwell, Bath; Swinney, Birmingham; And Messrs. G. G. And J. Robinsons, Pater Noster-Row, London

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by Butt, George
Published 1792
printed by G. Gower. And sold by T. Cadell, Strand, London

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by Butt, George
Published 1785
printed for T. Cadell, In The Strand

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by Butt, George
Published 1778
Printed for the author; and sold by J. Bew, No. 28, Paternoster-Row

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by Butt, George
Published 1785
Printed by J. Nichols, and sold by T. Cadell, in the Strand

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by Butt, George
Published 1775
printed for J. and J. Fletcher, in the Turle; and sold by J. and F. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church Yard, London

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by Butt, George
Published 1819
Brodie and Dowding