Richard Hotham

Sir Richard Hotham (1722–1799) Sir Richard Hotham (5 October 1722 – 13 March 1799) was an East India merchant, property developer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1780 to 1784. He is especially noted for his development of the Sussex village of Bognor into a seaside resort. He was also sometimes called Hotham the Hatter, to mark his original trade. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1773
printed for Brotherton and Sewel, in Cornhill

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1775
printed for J. Walter, at Homer's Head, Charing - Cross; and Brotherton and Sewell, in Cornhill

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1774
printed for J. Walter, at Homer's Head, Charing-Cross, and Brotherton and Sewell, in Cornhill

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1773
printed for Brotherton and Sewel, in Cornhill

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1774
J. Walter, Brotherton and Sewell

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by Hotham, Richard
Published 1773
printed for J. Walter, at Charing-Cross, J. Fox, Westminster-Hall, and Brotherton and Sewel, in Cornhill

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by Hayter, George
Published 1776
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