Charles Henry Hopwood

Charles Henry Hopwood QC (20 July 1829 – 14 October 1904) was a British politician and judge. He was educated at King's College School and at King's College London. He was admitted to the Middle Temple on 2 November 1850 and was Called to the Bar on 6 June 1853. He served as Liberal Member of Parliament for Stockport from 1874–1885, and as Liberal MP for Middleton from 1892-1895.

Hopwood became QC in 1874. He was appointed Recorder of Liverpool in 1886. In politics he supported Irish Home Rule.

Hopwood was an anti-vaccinationist. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hopwood, Charles Henry
Published 1903
Published by order of the Masters of the Bench

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by Hopwood, Charles Henry
Published 1904
Published by order of the Masters of the Bench