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* Sir Henry Thoby Prinsep ( 1793 – 1878 ), merchant and civil servant, Bengal Civil Service, named director of East India Company 1849, served on the Council of India 1858 – 74, son of patriarch John Prinsep, lived at Little Holland House, Kensington, London, one of London's sought-after salons of the age, and The Briary, Isle of Wight, amateur oil painter, married in 1835 to Sarah Monckton Pattle ( Calcutta, 1816-Brighton, 1887 ), and brother-in-law of photographer Julia Margaret Cameron
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In the past, the duties of the state, as Sir Henry Maine noted long ago, were only two in number: internal order and external security.
Sir Henry Howorth, writing in 1898, put himself firmly in the Lappenburg-Kemble tradition by attacking the veracity of the West Saxon annals.
Sir Henry Sumner Maine, a hundred years before Communism was a force to be reckoned with, wrote his brilliant legal generalization, that `` the progress of society is from status to contract ''.
Argon ( αργος, Greek meaning " inactive ", in reference to its chemical inactivity ) was suspected to be present in air by Henry Cavendish in 1785 but was not isolated until 1894 by Lord Rayleigh and Sir William Ramsay in Scotland in an experiment in which they removed all of the oxygen, carbon dioxide, water and nitrogen from a sample of clean air.
In 1858, Sir Henry Bessemer developed a process of steel making by blowing hot air through liquid pig iron to reduce the carbon content.
Jacques-Louis David, Sir Henry Raeburn, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Thomas Gainsborough, Antonio Canova, Arnold Bocklin
But Sir Henry Harris said in 1998: " Without Fleming, no Chain ; without Chain, no Florey ; without Florey, no Heatley ; without Heatley, no penicillin.
Sir Henry Bessemer had invented the furnace which allowed the high carbon content of pig iron to be burnt away in a controlled and rapid way.
Sir Stafford Cripps, George Bernard Shaw, Henry Irving and other stage grandees, Lord Lytton and other eminent people of the era also wrote positive appreciations of his work after taking lessons with Alexander.
Forgotten for many years, the grave was discovered in 1897 and the Premier of New South Wales, Sir Henry Parkes, had it restored.
* 1908 – H. H. Asquith of the Liberal Party takes office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, succeeding Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
Henry Montgomery, Vicar of St Mark's, Kennington, at that time, was the second son of the noted Indian administrator, Sir Robert Montgomery, who died a month after Bernard's birth.
After the death of Sir Robert Montgomery, Henry inherited the Montgomery ancestral estate of New Park at Moville in northern County Donegal.
Other possible ministers included Sir Robert Inglis, Henry Goulburn, John Charles Herries, and Lord Ellenborough.
Through the aegis of her scientific uncle, Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe, a chemist and vice chancellor of the University of London, she consulted with botanists at Kew Gardens, convincing George Massee of her ability to germinate spores and her theory of hybridisation.
Although he presided over a large majority, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was overshadowed by his ministers, most notably Herbert Henry Asquith at the Exchequer, Edward Grey at the Foreign Office, Richard Burdon Haldane at the War Office and David Lloyd George at the Board of Trade.
They and the Auxies became known as Tudor's Toughs after the police commander, Major-General Sir Henry Hugh Tudor.
Sir Henry Maine ( 1861 ) studied the ancient codes available in his day, and failed to find any criminal law in the " modern " sense of the word.
Trevor Huddleston, Sir Julian Huxley, Edward Hyams, the Bishop of Llandaff Dr Glyn Simon, Doris Lessing, Sir Compton Mackenzie, the Very Rev George McLeod, Miles Malleson, Denis Matthews, Sir Francis Meynell, Henry Moore, John Napper, Ben Nicholson, Sir Herbert Read, Flora Robson, Michael Tippett, the cartoonist ' Vicky ', Professor C. H. Waddington and Barbara Wootton.
Sir and Thoby
Lord Dudley married firstly in 1891 Rachel Anne Gurney, born in 1868, daughter of Charles Henry Gurney ( born 5 November 1833 ) and Alice Prinsep, sister of Laura Gurney, wife of Sir Thomas Herbert Cochrane Troubridge, 4th Baronet Troubridge, and maternal granddaughters of Sir Henry Thoby Prinsep ( 1793 – 1878 ) and wife ( m. 1835 ) Sara Monckton Pattle ( Calcutta, 1816-Brighton, 1887 ).
Sir and Prinsep
Forty years after 1788, Sir William Jones's hope was realised when Prinsep was able to produce the key to unlock all the remaining secrets of the Brahmi script that was being deciphered.
The idea of Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum, a collection of Indian epigraphy, was first suggested by Prinsep and the work was formally begun by Sir Alexander Cunningham in 1877.
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* Ten members enrolled on January, 1793: Sir Jeremiah Wallescourt, Lord Kulmstead, Lord George Fanshawe, Anthony Holte, John Hastings ( Lord Timothy's cousin ), Lord Everingham, Sir George Vigor, Bart., The Hon.
* Sir John Anderson, 1st Baronet, of Mill Hill ( c. 1736 – 1813 ), British politician, MP for City of London, 1793 – 1806
The staircases of the interior façade are decorated with cartouches similar to those found in First Quad, and likewise bear the arms of important figures in the College's history ; ( 13 ) Sir Walter Raleigh who was an undergraduate from 1572 to 1574, ( 14 ) John Keble who was a Fellow between 1811 and 1835 ), ( archway ) Edward Hawkins who was Provost from 1828 until 1882 and ( 15 ) Gilbert White who was an undergraduate from 1739 until 1743 and a Fellow from 1744 until 1793.
In 1836 he was called by Sir Francis Bond Head ( 1793 – 1875 ), the Lieutenant Governor, to the Executive Council, but finding himself without influence, and compelled to countenance measures to which he was opposed, he resigned within a month.
Alexander Montgomerie's The Cherrie and the Slae in 1700, shortly over a decade later an edition of poems by Sir David Lindsay, nine printings of Allan Ramsay's The Gentle shepherd between 1743 and 1793, and an edition of Robert Burns ' poetry in 1787, the same year as the Edinburgh edition, followed by reprints in 1789, 1793 and 1800.
A posthumous work entitled Contemplatio Philosophica was printed for private circulation in 1793 by Taylor's grandson, Sir William Young, 2nd Bart., ( d 10 January 1815 ) prefaced by a life of the author, and with an appendix containing letters addressed to him by Bolingbroke, Bossuet, and others.
**: Divine Meditations upon Several Occasions: with a Daily Directory ... To which is prefixed, a short account of Sir William Waller and his times, chiefly extracted from a MS. written by himself ( 1839 reprint of items published in 1680 and 1793 )
On his return home he was appointed secretary of the Board of Agriculture 1793 just formed under the presidency of Sir John Sinclair.
Sir Francis Bond Head, 1st Baronet KCH PC ( 1 January 1793 – 20 July 1875 ), known as " Galloping Head ", was Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada during the rebellion of 1837.
The Duke of Sussex married a second time on 2 May 1831 ( again in contravention of the Royal Marriages Act ) to Lady Cecilia Letitia Buggin ( 1793 – 1873 ), the eldest daughter of Arthur Gore, 2nd Earl of Arran and Elizabeth Underwood ; and the widow of Sir George Buggin.
A painting commissioned in the last year of Macnaghten's life, by James Atkinson ( Persian scholar ) | James Atkinson. Sir William Hay Macnaghten, 1st Baronet ( 24 August 1793 – 23 December 1841 ) was a British civil servant in India, who played a major part in the First Anglo-Afghan War.
The command of this larger force will pass to Sir Hew Dalrymple ( A 60-year-old General who saw active service only in 1793 – 1794 in a failed campaign in Flanders.
In 1793 Sir John Scott was promoted to the office of Attorney-General, in which it fell to him to conduct the memorable prosecutions for high treason against British sympathizers with French republicanism, amongst others, against the celebrated Horne Tooke.
Macaulay township named for Chief Justice of the Common Pleas Sir James Buchanan Macaulay ( 1793 – 1859 ), veteran of the War of 1812.
On 16 November 1787 he became a member of the Middle Temple, transferring to the Inner Temple in 1793, and worked for two years under Sir George Wood as a special pleader ; it was said that he had finished his work as a special pleader faster than " any man before or since ".
His uncle, Sir Charles Lock Eastlake PRA ( born in 1793 ), was an earlier Keeper of the National Gallery, from 1843 to 1847, which, nowadays, results in much confusion between the two men, whose names are distinguished only by the presence or absence of an " e " in their middle names.
It was created in 1801 for Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Baron Loughborough, Lord Chancellor from 1793 to 1801, with special remainder to his nephew Sir James St Clair-Erskine, 6th Baronet.