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Paget was appointed a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath in January 1815, and on 4 July 1815, just over two weeks after Waterloo, the Prince Regent created him Marquess of Anglesey.
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Richard M. Forbes's Paget, which had what seemed to be a substantial lead in the early stages, tired rapidly nearing the wire and was able to save place money only a head in front of Glen T. Hallowell's Milties Miss.
The spiritualist writer Walburga, Lady Paget in her book Colloquies with an unseen friend ( 1907 ) was an early writer to mention the hollow earth theory, she claimed that cities exist beneath a desert, which is where the descendants of Atlantis moved to, she further claimed that an entrance will be discovered to this subterranean kingdom in the 21st century.
One ancestor was a leading activist in the Irish National Land League of Mayo and the Irish Republican Brotherhood ; an uncle, Sir Paget John Bourke, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II after a career as a judge in the Colonial Service ; while another relative was a Roman Catholic nun.
In 1583 he got into serious trouble because of his association with Lord Thomas Paget, who was suspected of involvement in the Throckmorton Plot, and for sending money to Catholics abroad.
In 1854, Sir James Paget was the first to report median nerve compression at the wrist in a distal radius fracture.
Paget supposed in March 1560 that talk of the Catholics raising Darnley to the throne in the event of the Queen's death was ' well founded '".
Although Paget is most likely the first person to have noticed and recorded these findings, the parasite was named and published in a report by his professor, Richard Owen, who is now credited for the discovery of the T. spiralis larval form.
Historians such as John Paget and C. T. Atkinson conclude that he probably did write the letter, but did so only when he knew that it would be received too late for its information to be of any practical use ( the plan of the attack on Brest was widely known, and the French had already begun to strengthen their defences in April ).
This was first discussed as the " seed and soil " theory by Stephen Paget over a century ago in 1889.
The film was September 1955's Seven Cities of Gold, with Richard Egan, who had been ninth-billed as a vicious fighting machine and rapist of ingenue Debra Paget in the previous year's Demetrius and the Gladiators and was now receiving star build-up and first billing ; Anthony Quinn was billed second.
Paget, commanding officer of the 4th Light Dragoons ( and commanding officer of the Light Brigade in Cardigan's absence ), later recalled the moment when they realized something was wrong:
He was baptised in the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle on 26 January 1903 by Francis Paget, Bishop of Oxford ( with " ordinary " water, as opposed to water from the Jordan, usual for royal christenings ).
He was energetic about inspecting defences, and appealed to Asquith to obtain the services of Arthur Paget and Bruce Hamilton.
The matchmaker was a minor American heiress turned major English hostess, Lady Paget ( née Mary " Minnie " Stevens ), the daughter of Mrs. Paran Stevens, the socially ambitious widow of an American hotel entrepreneur who had successfully obtained admittance to the exclusive New York society of the fabled " Four Hundred ".
In the summer of 1544, he told Sir William Paget a work was in the press, " on the art of Shooting ".
William Paget, 1st Baron Paget of Beaudesert ( 1506 – 9 June 1563 ), was an English statesman and accountant who held prominent positions in the service of Henry VIII, Edward VI and Mary I.
Rupert Evelyn Beckett by his wife Muriel Helen Florence Paget, daughter of Lord Berkeley Charles Sydney Paget, himself a younger son of the 2nd Marquess of Anglesey, whom he married in 13 December 1932, was an invalid for many years, suffering from clinical depression and anorexia nervosa, but she bore him his only child, a daughter, Fiona, in 1934.
Paget and appointed
He returned to Britain to be appointed Commander of the Royal Armoured Corps in which role he was to give advice on armoured warfare to Bernard Paget, the C-in-C Home Forces.
Sadler had been replaced by William Paget as Secretary of State, owing to his frequent absences on diplomatic missions, but was appointed Master of the Great Wardrobe in 1543.
He was appointed General Officer Commanding 1st Infantry Division within 1st Army Corps in 1902 and then became General Officer Commanding-in-Chief for Eastern Command in 1908 before moving on to be Commander-in-Chief, Ireland in 1911, where Lady Paget became a society hostess.
In November 1545, Mason and Paget were appointed joint masters of the posts, while at the same time a second French secretary was appointed to alleviate Mason's heavy workload.
Paget and Knight
General Sir William Tuyll, Knight Commander of the Royal Guelphic Order and Knight of the Bath was aide-de-camp to Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey and accompanied him to Portugal, Spain and the Walcheren expedition.
Paget and Order
Arthur Paget ( Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court of Austria ) that the Russian Emperor was going to make the Russian Priory " an independent and separate Community ", which would have stripped " perhaps nine-tenths of the Revenues that constituted the Order ’ s principal income!
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Directed by Carol Metcalfe and Clive Paget, Saturday Night opened at the Bridewell Theatre on December 17, 1997 and closed on January 24, 1998 after 38 performances.
Sir James Paget, 1st Baronet ( 11 January 1814 – 30 December 1899 ) was an English surgeon and pathologist who is best remembered for Paget's disease and who is considered, together with Rudolf Virchow, as one of the founders of scientific medical pathology.
Sidney Edward Paget ( 4 October 1860 – 28 January 1908 ) was a British illustrator of the Victorian era, best known for his illustrations that accompanied Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories in The Strand magazine.
Sidney Paget died in Margate on 28 January 1908, after suffering from a painful chest complaint for the last few years of his life.
Broken Arrow was dramatized as an hour-long radio play on January 22, 1951 starring Burt Lancaster and Debra Paget.
Paget was a director of the North Staffordshire Railway Company between January 1854 and February 1875.
He married on 1 January 1866, to Emily Anna, daughter of Robert Samuel Palmer, and widow of Charles Augustus Francis Paget ( 1832 – 64 ), Lieutenant of the Royal Navy and grandson of the first Marquess of Anglesey.
Christopher Paget Mayhew, Baron Mayhew ( 12 June 1915 – 7 January 1997 ) was a British politician who was a Labour Member of Parliament ( MP ) from 1945 to 1950 and from 1951 to 1974, when he left the Labour Party to become a Liberal.
He succeeded as 10th Baron Paget in 1769 on the death of his mother's second cousin the Earl of Uxbridge and by Royal Licence on 29 January 1770, took the name of Paget in lieu of Bayly.
* January 2, 1962: joined Cresap, McCormick and Paget, Inc. Organization Division as Personnel Director.