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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.
More recent researchers, in particular Ronald Willis and Joy Munns have studied the tour in detail and concluded that the presentation was made after a private cricket match played over Christmas 1882 when the English team were guests of Sir William Clarke, at his property " Rupertswood ", in Sunbury, Victoria.
George Stubbs, William Blake, John Martin, Francisco Goya, Sir Thomas Lawrence, John Constable, Eugène Delacroix, Sir Edwin landseer, Caspar David Friedrich, JMW Turner
* Sir William Buell Richards ( Chief Justice ) September 30, 1875
After his arrival, Hasan Ali Shah wrote to Sir William Macnaghten, discussing his plans to seize and govern Herat on behalf of the British.
* 1305 Sir William Wallace is executed for high treason at Smithfield in London.
* 1881 1910 Sir William Christie
* 1661 Sir William Brereton, 1st Baronet, English soldier and politician ( b. 1604 )
Of these only Henrietta Temple ( based on his affair with Henrietta Sykes, wife of Sir Francis William Sykes, 3rd Bt ) was a true success.
After defeating the Army of Sir William Waller at the Battle of Cropredy Bridge, King Charles marched west in pursuit of the Parliamentarian army of the Earl of Essex, who was invading the Royalist stronghold of Cornwall.
Under Sir William Balfour, they broke through the Royalist lines on the night of 31 August, eventually reaching Plymouth 30 miles to the east.
Sir William Harcourt, a prominent Liberal politician in the Victorian era, said this about liberalism in 1872:
* Sir William Vernon Harcourt 1894 1898
The French army also comprised a contingent of Scots commanded by Sir William Douglas.
Striking southwards in the hope of collecting information about French movements, Nelson's ships stopped at Elba and Naples, where the British ambassador Sir William Hamilton reported that the French fleet had passed Sicily in the direction of Malta.
On his return to Naples, Nelson was greeted with a triumphal procession led by King Ferdinand IV and Sir William Hamilton and was introduced for only the third time to Sir William's wife Emma, Lady Hamilton, who fainted violently at the meeting, and apparently took several weeks to recover from her injuries.
A house at Balmoral was built by Sir William Drummond in 1390.
The predominance of natural history, books and manuscripts began to lessen when in 1772 the Museum acquired its first antiquities of note ; Sir William Hamilton's collection of Greek vases.
The museum ’ s first notable addition towards its collection of antiquities, since its foundation, was by Sir William Hamilton ( 1730 1803 ), British Ambassador to Naples, who sold his collection of Greek and Roman artefacts to the museum in 1784 together with a number of other antiquities and natural history specimens.
The earliest Mesopotamian objects to enter the collection were purchased by the British Museum in 1772 from Sir William Hamilton.
Beginning in April 1915, Herbert ordered his subordinates cease calling him " Sir ", and to address him only by the pseudonym " Captain William McBride.
The other judges were John Toohey QC, a former Justice of the High Court of Australia who had worked on Aboriginal issues ( he replaced New Zealander Sir Edward Somers QC, who retired from the Inquiry in 2000 for personal reasons ), and Mr Justice William Hoyt QC, former Chief Justice of New Brunswick and a member of the Canadian Judicial Council.

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Notable Jardines Managing Directors or Tai-pans included Sir Alexander Matheson, 1st Baronet, David Jardine, Robert Jardine, William Keswick, James Johnstone Keswick, Ben Beith, David Landale, Sir John Buchanan-Jardine, Sir William Johnstone " Tony " Keswick, Sir Hugh Barton, Sir Michael Herries, Sir John Keswick, Sir Henry Keswick, Simon Keswick and Alasdair Morrison.
Smith then worked as an itinerant surveyor for many years until one of his employers, Sir John Johnstone, recognised him and took steps to gain for him the respect he deserved.
The cape at Point Hope was renamed by Captain Frederick William Beechey of the Royal Navy, who wrote on August 2, 1826: " I named it Point Hope in compliment to Sir William Johnstone Hope ".
The 8th Lord was killed by the Johnstones during a fight at Dryfe Sands, and in 1513 the 9th Lord Maxwell was executed for the revenge murder of Sir James Johnstone.
Sir Angus Frank Johnstone Wilson, KBE ( 11 August 191331 May 1991 ) was an English novelist and short story writer.
Much of the proposals came from Sir Paul Chater and James Johnstone Keswick.
* Thomas Lipton ( 1848 1931 ), Scottish merchant and personality ; created Lipton tea brand ; also known as Sir Thomas Johnstone Lipton
* Sir Thomas Lipton ( 1850 1931 ) of tea fame lived in the Johnstone Villa in Cambuslang, which was named after his mother's family.
* Sir William Johnstone Pulteney and the Scottish Origins of Western New York
Sir George Johnstone Hope, son of Charles Hope-Weir by his third wife Helen Dunbar, was an Admiral in the Royal Navy and fought at the Battle of Trafalgar.
James Johnstone, son of Sir James Johnstone, Warden of the West Marches, was created Lord Johnstone of Lochwood in 1633, and in 1643, was further created Earl of Hartfell.

Sir and Ritchie
Sir Lawrence Bragg, the director of the Cavendish Laboratory, where Watson and Crick worked, gave a talk at Guys Hospital Medical School in London on Thursday 14 May 1953 which resulted in an article by Ritchie Calder in The News Chronicle of London, on Friday 15 May 1953, entitled " Why You Are You.
* July 29 Sir Neil Ritchie, British WWII general ( d. 1983 )
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Charles Thomson Ritchie, influenced by economists such as Sir William Ashley, was vigorously opposed to any scheme of Imperial Preference but although he made his opinions known, the Cabinet was generally favourable towards Chamberlain's proposal when it was considered on 21 October.
Sir Lawrence Bragg, the director of the Cavendish Laboratory, where Watson and Crick worked, gave a talk at Guys Hospital Medical School in London on Thursday 14 May 1953 which resulted in an article by Ritchie Calder in The News Chronicle of London, on Friday 15 May 1953, entitled " Why You Are You.
After a childhood spent in an austerity which stigmatized as unholy even the novels of Sir Walter Scott, he began his college career at the age of fourteen at a time when Christopher North and Dr Ritchie were lecturing on Moral Philosophy and Logic.
Sir Lawrence Bragg, the director of the Cavendish Laboratory, where Watson and Crick worked, gave a talk at Guys Hospital Medical School in London on Thursday 14 May 1953 which resulted in an article by Ritchie Calder in the News Chronicle of London, on Friday 15 May 1953, entitled " Why You Are You.
Sir Neil Ritchie: 7 October 1940-11 June 1941
Another member of the Ritchie family was Sir James Thomson Ritchie, 1st Baronet, Lord Mayor of London from 1903 to 1904.
* Edward Chaney and Neil Ritchie, Oxford, China and Italy: Writings in Honour of Sir Harold Acton, Florence-London, 1984.
* Gen Sir Neil Ritchie ( 1897 1983 ), Commander-in Chief, Eighth Army ( 1941 1942 ), Commander-in-Chief, XII Corps ( 1943 1945 ), Commander-in-Chief Far East Land Forces ( 1947 1948 ), Aide-de-Camp General to George VI ( 1948 1951 ).
The combatants on the Axis side were the Panzer Army Afrika, consisting of German and Italian units and commanded by the " Desert Fox " Colonel-General Erwin Rommel ; the Allied forces were the Eighth Army, commanded by Lieutenant-General Neil Ritchie under the close supervision of the Commander-in-Chief Middle East, General Sir Claude Auchinleck.
Sir Lawrence Bragg, the director of the Cavendish Laboratory, where Watson and Crick worked, gave a talk at Guys Hospital Medical School in London on Thursday, May 14, 1953 which resulted in an article by Ritchie Calder in The News Chronicle of London, on Friday, May 15, 1953, entitled " Why You Are You.
* Sir John Ritchie Findlay, 1st Baronet ( 1880 1954 ), Scottish philanthropists
* Sir John Edmund Ritchie Findlay ( 2nd Baronet ) ( 1902 1962 ), Scottish politician
He was, in 1818, sent with Joseph Ritchie by Sir John Barrow to find the course of the Niger River and the location of Timbuktu.
Sir William Johnstone Ritchie ( October 28, 1813 September 25, 1892 ) was one of the first judges appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada and became the second Chief Justice of the court, and the longest serving Chief Justice to date.
Sir William and Lady Ritchie are buried in Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa
In 1818 Ritchie was sent with George Francis Lyon by Sir John Barrow to find the course of the River Niger and the location of Timbuktu.
While Auchinleck was in command, the British Eighth Army confronting the German Afrika Korps and the Italian Army was commanded successively by General Sir Alan Cunningham and General Sir Neil Ritchie.
His elder son Sir John Ritchie Findlay, and grandson Sir Edmund Findlay followed him as proprietors of The Scotsman.
* Sir John Ritchie Findlay, 1st Baronet 11 April 1928 13 April 1930

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