an English journalist and historian. John Mathew, eldest son of John Gutch, was born in 1776, probably at Oxford, and was educated at Christ's Hospital, where he was the schoolfellow of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Charles Lamb. He first entered business as a law stationer in Southampton Buildings, where Lamb for a time lodged with him in the latter part of 1800. Shortly before Lamb's death Gutch commissioned F. S. Cary to paint Lamb's portrait. In 1803 Gutch moved to Bristol, and became proprietor and printer of Felix Farley's Bristol Journal, with which he was connected till his death, though he disposed of his proprietary share of the paper in 1844.
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