Samuel Drybutter

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A satirical print of Samuel Drybutter, entitled "Ganymede"
Samuel Drybutter (died 1777) was a London bookseller and jeweller. He was accused several times of sodomy, but never convicted. In 1777 he was beaten to death by a mob.[1]
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  1. R B Parkinson, A Little Gay History: Desire and Diversity Across the World, page 59