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  1. Matthew Robinson Boulton (8 August 1770 – 16 May 1842) was an English manufacturer, a pioneer of management, the son of Matthew Boulton and the father of Matthew Piers Watt Boulton, who first patented the aileron.

  2. Matthew Boulton. For other uses, see Matthew Boulton (disambiguation). Matthew Boulton FRS ( / ˈboʊltən / ⓘ BOHL-tən; 3 September 1728 – 17 August 1809) was an English businessman, inventor, mechanical engineer, and silversmith. He was a business partner of the Scottish engineer James Watt.

  3. Matthew Boulton ( Birmingham, 3 de setembro de 1728 - Birmingham, 17 de agosto de 1809) foi um comerciante e fabricante de Birmingham que herdara um negócio de vestimentas. Casou duas vezes e isso tornou-o ainda mais rico.

  4. Matthew Boulton was an English manufacturer and engineer who financed and introduced James Watt’s steam engine. After managing his father’s hardware business, in 1762 Boulton built the Soho manufactory near Birmingham.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. Matthew Boulton ( Birmingham, 3 de setembro de 1728 - Birmingham, 17 de agosto de 1809) foi um comerciante e fabricante de Birmingham que herdara um negócio de vestimentas. Casou duas vezes e isso tornou-o ainda mais rico.

  6. Matthew Boulton. Scientist, Philanthropist and Engineer. Matthew Boulton, entrepreneur of the Industrial Revolution, is buried at St Mary's, Handsworth near Birmingham. Memorial. On 17th October 2014 a cast iron floor stone was unveiled to his memory in St Paul's chapel in Westminster Abbey.

  7. The withdrawal of Matthew Robinson Boulton (for more information on the people and businesses mentioned in this Introduction, see The Guide to Persons & Firms) from his business partnerships with...