Charles Henry Hopwood

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Charles Henry Hopwood QC (20 July 1829 – 14 October 1904) was a British politician and judge. He was educated at King's College School and at King's College London. Called to the bar at the Middle Temple, he served as Liberal Member of Parliament for Stockport from 1874–1885, and as Liberal MP for Middleton from 1892-1895.

Hopwood became QC in 1874. He was appointed Recorder of Liverpool in 1886. In politics he supported Irish Home Rule.[1]

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  1. ^ Seán McConville (1995). English Local Prisons, 1860–1900: Next Only to Death. Psychology Press. p. 164 note 59. ISBN 978-0-415-03295-7. 

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Tipping
John Benjamin Smith
Member of Parliament for Stockport
18741885
With: Frederick Pennington
Succeeded by
Louis John Jennings
William Tipping
Preceded by
Thomas Fielden
Member of Parliament for Middleton
18921895
Succeeded by
Thomas Fielden