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Percy William Bunting
British journalist

Percy William Bunting

Percy William Bunting
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Intro British journalist
A.K.A. Sir Percy William Bunting
Was Journalist
From United Kingdom
Field Journalism
Gender male
Birth 1 February 1836
Death 22 July 1911 (aged 75 years)
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Percy William Bunting (1 February 1836 – 22 July 1911) was a British journalist.


He was born at Manchester, son of T. P. Bunting, and grandson of Wesleyan divine Jabez Bunting. He was educated at Owen's College, Manchester, and Pembroke College, Cambridge. In 1859 he was classed as 21st wrangler, and three years later was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn. In 1882 he became editor of The Contemporary Review, and henceforth devoted himself to journalism, becoming also editor of the Methodist Times from 1902 to 1907, in succession to Hugh Price Hughes. In 1908 he was knighted. Throughout his life, he was an active supporter of Wesleyan Methodism. He died in London.

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