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His son Thomas, aged fifteen when he entered Oxford in 1582, married as his first wife Margaret, sister of Sir Edward Greville.
Accompanied by `` Master Greene our solicitor '' ( Thomas Greene of the Middle Temple, Shakespeare's `` cousin '' ), Quiney tried to consult Sir Edward Coke, attorney general, and gave money to a clerk and a doorkeeper `` that we might have access to their master for his counsel butt colde nott have him att Leasure by the reason of thees trobles '' ( the Essex rising on February 8 ).
Jacques-Louis David, Sir Henry Raeburn, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Thomas Gainsborough, Antonio Canova, Arnold Bocklin
George Stubbs, William Blake, John Martin, Francisco Goya, Sir Thomas Lawrence, John Constable, Eugène Delacroix, Sir Edwin landseer, Caspar David Friedrich, JMW Turner
Throughout European history, philosophers such as Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, among others, contemplated the possibility that souls exist in animals, plants, and people ; however, the currently accepted definition of animism was only developed in the 19th century by Sir Edward Tylor, who created it as " one of anthropology's earliest concepts, if not the first ".
* Charles Dickens used Selkirk as a simile in Chapter Two of The Pickwick Papers: " Colonel Builder and Sir Thomas Clubber exchanged snuff – boxes, and looked very much like a pair of Alexander Selkirks — ' Monarchs of all they surveyed.
Sir Isaac Newton was probably the discoverer of astigmation ; the position of the astigmatic image lines was determined by Thomas Young ( A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy, 1807 ); and the theory was developed by Allvar Gullstrand.
This setback for Parliament in Cornwall, and the last major victory for the Royalists, was reversed by Sir Thomas Fairfax leading the New Model Army at or near Tresillian Bridge, close to Truro on 12 March 1645.
Sir Thomas Grenville ( 1755 – 1846 ), a Trustee of The British Museum from 1830, assembled a fine library of 20, 240 volumes, which he left to the Museum in his will.
In the early 19th century there was much interest in enclosing and " improving " the open moorland on Dartmoor, encouraged by Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt's early successes at Tor Royal near Princetown.
The chest tomb in the chancel is believed to contain the remains of Sir Thomas Cheddar and is dated 1442.
The term took on its present meaning from a group of ministers of King Charles II of England ( Sir Thomas Clifford, Lord Arlington, the Duke of Buckingham, Lord Ashley, and Lord Lauderdale ), whose initial letters coincidentally spelled CABAL, and who were the signatories of the public Treaty of Dover that allied England to France in a prospective war against the Netherlands.
1984 — The country's first coalition government, between Sir Thomas and Geoffrey Henry, is signed in the lead up to hosting regional Mini Games in 1985.
In it he ruthlessly satirised both the High church Tories and those Dissenters who hypocritically practised so-called " occasional conformity ", such as his Stoke Newington neighbour Sir Thomas Abney.
The first recorded Diprotodon remains were discovered in a cave near Wellington in New South Wales in the early 1830s by Major Thomas Mitchell who sent them to England for study by Sir Richard Owen.
The house had previously belonged to Admiral Sir Thomas John Cochrane and before him General Sir Robert Arbuthnot KCB.
* Heath, Sir Thomas, Diophantos of Alexandria: A Study in the History of Greek Algebra, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1885, 1910.
The English physician and philosopher, Sir Thomas Browne, specifically employed the word encyclopaedia for the first time in English as early as 1646 in the preface to the reader to describe his Pseudodoxia Epidemica or Vulgar Errors, a series of refutations of common errors of his age.
Through such people as Nikola Tesla, Galileo Ferraris, Oliver Heaviside, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik, Sir Charles Parsons, Joseph Swan, George Westinghouse, Ernst Werner von Siemens, Alexander Graham Bell and Lord Kelvin, electricity was turned from a scientific curiosity into an essential tool for modern life, becoming a driving force for the Second Industrial Revolution.
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A statue at Cliveden, overlooking 42 inscribed stones dedicated to the dead of World War I. Edgar Bertram Mackennal | Sir Bertram MacKennal's figure represents Canada with the head reputedly modeled by Lady Astor.
The Allied Naval Commander of the Expeditionary Force would be Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham ; his deputy was Vice-Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, who would plan the ground effort.
The obverse shows a left-facing portrait of the king by Sir Bertram Mackennal, with the inscription, and the usual right-facing Britannia on the reverse.
In May 1940, Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsey directed the evacuation of French and British soldiers from Dunkirk, code-named Operation Dynamo, from his headquarters in the cliff tunnels.
A statue of Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay was erected in November 2000 outside the tunnels in honour of his work on the Dunkirk evacuation and protecting Dover during the Second World War.
Artists with works displayed in Government House include E. Phillips Fox, Tom Roberts, Sir Arthur Streeton, Sir William Dargie, Margaret Preston, Rupert Bunny, Nicholas Chevalier, W. B. McInnes, Elioth Gruner, Sir Lionel Lindsay, Sir Bertram Mackennal, Sir Hans Heysen, Lloyd Rees, Fred Williams, Arthur Boyd, Sir Sidney Nolan, Leonard French, Justin O ' Brien, Ray Crooke, John Dowie, Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula, Margaret Olley, Pro Hart, Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungarrayi, Charlie Tjararu Tjungarrayi and Paddy Japaljarri Sims.
File: Cliveden-2375. jpg | Overlooking 42 inscribed stones to the dead of The Great War Sir Bertram MacKennal's figure represents Canada with the head reputedly modelled by Lady Astor
It was sculpted by Australian sculptor Sir Bertram McKennal out of white Sicilian marble and stands on a grey granite plinth.
< center > SHAEF commanders at a conference in London </ center > Left to right: Lieutenant General Omar N. Bradley, Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Sir Bernard Montgomery, Air Chief Marshal Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory and Lieutenant General Walter Bedell Smith
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Persuasion ( novel ) | Persuasion, novel by Jane Austen .... For Sir Elliot, baronet, the hints of Mr Sheppard, his agent, was very unwelcome
In contrast, the novels of Scott's contemporary Jane Austen, once appreciated only by the discerning few ( including, as it happened, Sir Walter Scott himself ) rose steadily in critical esteem, though Austen, as a female writer, was still faulted for her narrow (" feminine ") choice of subject matter, which, unlike Scott, avoided the grand historical themes traditionally viewed as masculine.
Wallace is also the subject of literary works by Sir Walter Scott and Jane Porter and of the highly fictionalized Academy Award-winning epic film Braveheart.
After Rawdon finds out the truth and leaves Becky for an assignment overseas, he leaves his son to be brought up by his brother Sir Pitt and his wife Lady Jane.
This is chiefly because Lady Jane cordially hates Becky who had repaid Lady Jane's earlier kindness by patronizing her and flirting with Sir Pitt.
Jane Seymour was born at Wulfhall, Savernake Forest, Wiltshire, the daughter of Sir John Seymour and Margery Wentworth.
After the death of Parr's second husband, Catherine began a relationship with Sir Thomas Seymour, the brother of the late queen Jane Seymour, but the King took a liking to her and she saw it as her duty to accept Henry's proposal over Seymour's.
Thomas Cromwell's son Gregory Cromwell, 1st Baron Cromwell, married Elizabeth Seymour, the sister of Queen Jane Seymour and widow of Sir Anthony Ughtred ( or Oughtred ).
Robert Dudley was the fifth son of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland and his wife Jane, daughter of Sir Edward Guildford.
Three years later, on 21 December 1546 he married Mildred Cooke, who was ranked by Ascham with Lady Jane Grey as one of the two most learned ladies in the kingdom, and whose sister, Anne, became the wife of Sir Nicholas ( and later the mother of Sir Francis ) Bacon.
Charles Thomson's painting, Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision, as Charlotte Cripps of The Independent wrote is one of the best known paintings to come out of the Stuckist movement, and as Jane Morris wrote in The Guardian it's a likely " signature piece " for the movement, standing for its opposition to conceptual art.
From 1539 to 1707 the park was owned by the Duke of Somerset, Sir Edward Seymour, brother of Queen Jane ; the Thynne family of Longleat, and the family of Sir Henry Gould.
The idea of Jane's mother being Alice Fitzalan is possibly a legend of Tudor-era descendants of Sir Edward and Jane Stradling.
Sir Thomas Webster, MP and baronet ( 1677 – 1751, created a baronet 1703, baronetcy extinct 1923 ), married the heiress Jane Cheek ( granddaughter of a wealthy merchant, Henry Whistler, to whose vast inheritance she succeeded in 1719 ).
The royal commissions continued during the 1820s, including one for a portrait of the king's sister Sophia, and one of Sir Walter Scott ( along with Jane Austen, one of Lawrence's favourite authors ), as well as one to paint King Charles X of France for the Waterloo series, for which Lawrence made a trip to Paris, taking Herman Wolff with him.
The notion of a " woman-centered " society was developed by J. J. Bachofen, whose three-volume Myth, religion, and mother right ( 1861 ) impacted the way classicists such as Jane Harrison, Sir Arthur Evans, Walter Burkert, and James Mellaart looked at the evidence of matriarchal religion in pre-Hellenic societies.
Jane Small continued to live in Paddington after her second husband's death, and her manor house was big enough to have been let to Sir John Popham, the attorney general, in the 1580s.
A number of well-known people were educated at Dumfries Academy, among them Henry Duncan, founder of the world's first commercial savings bank, Sir James Anderson, who captained the SS Great Eastern on the Transatlantic telegraph cable laying voyages in 1865 and 1866, James Matthew Barrie, author of Peter Pan, missionary Jane Haining, international diplomat Alexander Knox Helm, John Laurie, actor ( Private Fraser in Dad's Army ), artist Robin Philipson, singer John Hanson, Alex Graham, cartoonist best known for the Fred Basset series and Jock Wishart, who in 1998 set a new world record for circumnavigating the globe in a powered vessel.