Butler, James

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Butler, James:

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, 1610–88, Irish statesman, most powerful royalist influence in Ireland during the English civil war.
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In February 25-year-old James Butler pleaded not guilty to a charge of causing serious injury to motorcyclist Andrew Thompson by dangerous driving and his trial was due to start next Monday.
1876: James Butler, or Wild Bill Hickok, Marshal of the West, was shot dead by Jack McCall while playing poker in a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota.
In addition to the Dana Gold Medal Award, the Society will bestow two additional awards: The Community Partnership Award to MindsEye Radio, and James Butler Award to Volunteer of the year, Patricia Schonlau.
There he had the fortune, or should it be misfortune, to run into James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok.
Clifford Timothy Butler, 38, of East Lynne Gardens, Newport, was jailed for seven years, while 36-yearold Anthony James Butler, of Cwrt Carw Gwyn, Newport, was sentenced to five years behind bars.
James Butler, director of the Global Monitoring Division of NO's Boulder-based Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL), said in a statement that they continue to turn the dial up on this 'electric blanket' of ours without knowing what the resulting temperatures will be.
I endorse the views expressed by James Butler in 'Fast food culture' (GDN, April 8).
James Butler, 38, of Ayresome Street, Middlesbrough, fined pounds 400 with pounds 65 costs for using a vehicle without insurance and driving without an appropriate licence.
Portraits of the Queen by Edward Bawden and Sir Charles Wheeler which were never shown in public would be exhibited alongside designs by current Royal Academicians James Butler, Tom Phillips and Christopher Le Brun PRA.
Earlier, the governor also made it clear during his speech at a retirement community that his repeated references to the Alamo - and the role South Carolina natives William Barrett Travis and James Butler Bonham played there - don't mean he sees his campaign here as a last-ditch suicide mission.