Martin van Butchell

Martin van Butchell (1735–1814) was an eccentric British dentist who put his dead wife on display, reputedly because of a clause in a marriage contract. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Van Butchell, Martin
Published 1795
printed for the author, at his Private House, No. 56, Mount-Street, Grosvenor-Square; sold by George Riebau, No. 439, Strand; John Wright, No. 48, Dorset-Street Marie-La-Bonne; and other book-sellers in Europe

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by Van Butchell, Martin
Published 1788
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by Van Butchell, Martin
Published 1788

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by Van Butchell, Martin
Published 1788
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by Van Butchell, Martin
Published 1791