Archibald Hutcheson

Archibald Hutcheson (ca. 1659 – 12 August 1740) was a British politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1713 to 1727.

Hutcheson was the son of Archibald Hutcheson of Stranocum, Co. Antrim. He trained as a barrister and was called to the bar in 1683. He was appointed Attorney General of the Leeward Islands (1688–1702) and in November, 1708 elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hutcheson, Archibald
Published 1720
printed; [and sold by J. Morphew?], near Stationers-Hall

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by Hutcheson, Archibald
Published 1722
printed for T. Payne, at the Crown in Pater-Noster Row

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by Hutcheson, Archibald
Published 1720
printed; and sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall