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Sir Henry Norman, 1st Baronet PC JP (19 September 1858 – 4 June 1939) was an English journalist and Liberal politician. Bodyke : A Chapter In The History of Irish Landlordism (1887). Norman was educated privately in France and at Harvard University, where he obtained his . He retired from journalism in 1899. During this time he travelled widely in Canada and the United States and in Russia, Japan, China, Siam, Malaya and Central Asia.
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Norman, Henry, 1858-1939. Note: New York, G. P. Putnam, 1887. Subject: Land tenure.
1917 Sir Henry Norman. Will No Man Understand? a play, (1934). 'Bodyke : A Chapter In The History of Irish Landlordism '' (1887). Obituary, The Times, 5 June 1939. jpg Norman was a Liberal Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton South from 1900 to 1910, and for Blackburn from 1910 to 1923. He was an advocate for a number of causes, notably women's suffrage. He was created Baronet of Honeyhanger in the Parish of Shottermill in the County of Surrey, in 1915. Patrick French, The Life of Henry Norman. Who was Who, OUP 2007.