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Lord John Manners, friend of Disraeli, and leading figure in the Young England movement
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The outstanding example was in Garibaldi And The Thousand, where he made use of unpublished papers of Lord John Russell and English consular materials to reveal the motives which led the British government to permit Garibaldi to cross the Straits of Messina.
Lady Greville, daughter of the late Lord Chancellor Bromley and niece of Sir John Fortescue, was offered twenty pounds by the townsmen to make peace ; ;
Our blessed Lord Jesus Christ, the sinless Son of God, who could not lie, said, `` Amen, amen, I say to thee, unless a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God '' ( St. John 3: 3 ).
John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh | Lord Rayleigh's method for the isolation of argon, based on an experiment of Henry Cavendish's.
Arius and his followers appealed to Bible verses such as Jesus saying that the father is " greater than I " ( John ), and " The Lord created me at the beginning of his work " ( Proverbs ).
* John ( 1331 – 1358 ), Lord of Elche, Biel and Bolsa, married in 1355 to Isabel Núñez de Lara and was killed by order of his cousin Pedro of Castile.
Notable English autobiographies of the 17th century include those of Lord Herbert of Cherbury ( 1643, published 1764 ) and John Bunyan ( Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, 1666 ).
* Jürgen Klötgen, Prieuré d ' Abergavenny – Tribulations mancelles en Pays de Galles au temps du Pape Jean XXII ( d ' après des documents français et anglais du XIV ° siècle collationnés avec une source d ' histoire retrouvée aux Archives Secrètes du Vatican ), in Revue Historique et Archéologique du Maine, Le Mans, 1989, p. 65 – 88 ( 1319: cf John of Hastings, Lord of Abergavenny ; Adam de Orleton, Bishop of Hereford, John of Monmouth, Bishop of Llandaff ).
The amphisbaena has been referred to by the poets, such as Nicander, John Milton, Alexander Pope, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, and A. E. Housman, and the amphisbaena as a mythological and legendary creature has been referenced by Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Isidore of Seville, and Thomas Browne, the last of whom debunked its existence.
Lord John Russell, the Whig leader who had succeeded Peel as Prime Minister and like Rothschild a member for the City of London, introduced a Jewish Disabilities Bill to amend the oath and permit Jews to enter Parliament.
One member who was not, Lord John Manners, stood against Rothschild when the latter re-submitted himself for election in 1849.
The first opportunity for the protectionist Tories under Disraeli and Stanley to take office came in 1851, when Lord John Russell's government was defeated in the House of Commons over the Ecclesiastical Titles Act 1851.
Other possible ministers included Sir Robert Inglis, Henry Goulburn, John Charles Herries, and Lord Ellenborough.
To the right of the infantry Lord John Hay ’ s ‘ Scots Greys ’ also picked their way across the stream and charged the Régment du Roi within Autre-Eglise.
In the years after Grey's retirement the party was led first by Lord Melbourne, a fairly traditional Whig, and then by Lord John Russell, the son of a Duke but a crusading radical, and Lord Palmerston, a renegade Irish Tory and essentially a conservative, although capable of radical gestures.
The 1890s were marred by infighting between the three principal successors to Gladstone, party leader William Harcourt, former Prime Minister Lord Rosebery, and Gladstone's personal secretary, John Morley.
Because Methodists, Pentecostals, and other evangelicals stress " accepting Jesus as your personal Lord and Saviour ", which comes from John Wesley's emphasis of the New Birth, they often refer to themselves as being born-again.
John Perry had written an 1895 paper proposing that the earth's interior was fluid, and disagreeing with Lord Kelvin on the age of the earth.
A well-known instance of the " John Cardinal Doe " style is that in the proclamation, in Latin, of the election of a new pope by the cardinal protodeacon: " Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum ; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum ( first name ) Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem ( last name ), ..." ( Meaning: " I announce to you a great joy ; we have a Pope: The Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord, Lord ( first name ) Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church ( last name ), ...")
Lord and Manners
On 25 January 1814, Ponsonby took leave of his brigade and in the final battles in France, Lord Charles Manners exercised command.
* Francis Manners, 6th Earl of Rutland, Lord Ros ( 1578 – 1632 ), second son of the 4th Earl, died without male issue
This was the background to the famous Roos debate case: John Manners, Lord Roos had obtained a separation from bed and board from his wife in 1663, after he discovered she was committing adultery, and he had also been granted a divorce by an ecclesiastical court and had Lady Roos ' children declared illegitimate.
John James Robert Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland KG, GCB, PC ( 13 December 1818 – 4 August 1906 ), known as Lord John Manners before 1888, was an English statesman.
Charles Manners, 6th Duke of Rutland was his elder brother and Lord George Manners his younger brother.
Lord and friend
With Gladstone's refusal Derby and Disraeli looked elsewhere and settled on Disraeli's old friend Edward Bulwer-Lytton, who became Secretary of State for the Colonies ; Derby's son Lord Stanley, succeeded Ellenborough at the Board of Control.
" God knows I go with a heavy heart ," he wrote six days later to his friend and political ally in England, Lord Godolphin, " for I have no hope of doing anything considerable, unless the French do what I am very confident they will not … " – in other words, court battle.
While his parents and older siblings left for England in April and May that year, Charles remained in Scotland, with his father's friend and the Lord President of the Court of Session, Alexander Seton, Lord Fyvie, appointed as his guardian.
Here, he met his close friend, John Smith ( who would later become leader of the Labour Party ), Sir Menzies Campbell ( who would later become leader of the Liberal Democrats ) and Lord Irvine of Lairg ( who would serve as Lord Chancellor in the same cabinet as Dewar ) through the Dialectic Society.
The posting did not appeal to his mother, who wrote to Lord Charles Beresford, then a senior naval officer, member of parliament and personal friend, to use his influence to obtain something better.
In 1858 he entered Lord Derby's government as Secretary of State for the Colonies, thus serving alongside his old friend Disraeli.
An often quoted example is Samuel Johnson's definition for oats: " Oats: a grain which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland, supports the people ", to which his Scots friend, Lord Elibank, retorted, " Yes, and where else will you see such horses and such men?
Being unwittingly on his deathbed, the philosopher wrote his last letter to his absent host and friend Lord Arundel:
Katherine Duncan-Jones accepts a 1600 – 1 attribution for the date Hamlet was written, but notes that the Lord Chamberlain's Men, playing Hamlet in the 3000-capacity Globe, were unlikely to be put to any disadvantage by an audience of " barely one hundred " for the Children of the Chapel's equivalent play, Antonio's Revenge ; she believes that Shakespeare, confident in the superiority of his own work, was making a playful and charitable allusion to his friend John Marston's very similar piece.
It was also at this time that Severn met, among other notables, the sculptors John Gibson and Antonio Canova, and Lord Byron's friend, the adventurer Edward John Trelawny.
Charles Lamb, poet and friend of Coleridge, witnessed Coleridge's work towards publishing the poem and wrote to Wordsworth: " Coleridge is printing Xtabel by Lord Byron's recommendation to Murray, with what he calls a vision of Kubla Khan – which said vision he repeats so enchantingly that it irradiates & brings Heaven & Elysian bowers into my parlour while he sings or says it ".
Lord Peter encourages his friend and foil, Chief Inspector Charles Parker, to propose to his sister, Lady Mary Wimsey, despite the great difference in their rank and wealth.
Reporting on the situation to the Shogun, Kayama witnesses Lord Abe's murder by cloaked assassins and himself is killed by one of their number-his former friend, Manjiro.
The Marquess of Queensberry, father of Lord Alfred Douglas, an intimate friend of Wilde, planned to present Wilde a bouquet of rotten vegetables and disrupt the show.
The Marquess of Queensberry, the father of Wilde's intimate friend Lord Alfred Douglas ( who was on holiday in Algiers at the time ), had planned to disrupt the play by throwing a bouquet of rotten vegetables at the playwright when he took his bow at the end of the show.
Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, a friend of Basil's, and becomes enthralled by Lord Henry's world view.
* Lord Henry " Harry " Wotton – an imperious and decadent dandy who is a friend to Basil initially, but later becomes more intrigued with Dorian's beauty.
The Bible has been replaced by a copy of the erotic novel Nicolas Chorier | Elegantiae Latini sermonis, and the profile of Dashwood's friend John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich | Lord Sandwich peers from the halo.
Hornby, who became a rival of Grace in future years ; and the Honourable George Harris, the future Lord Harris, who became a very close friend and a most useful ally.
But he was just the same in England and even his long-term friend Lord Harris agreed that " his gamesmanship added to the fund of stories about him ".
Mount St. Helens takes its English name from the British diplomat Lord St Helens, a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late 18th century.