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Richard and Zacks
The other version was presented by Richard Zacks in his 2002 book The Pirate Hunter: The True Story of Captain Kidd.
* Zacks, Richard ( 2002 ).
* Zacks, Richard.
* Zacks, Richard.
* The pirate coast: Thomas Jefferson, the first marines and the secret mission of 1805 by Richard Zacks.
* Zacks, Richard ( 2002 ).
* Zacks, Richard.
* Zacks, Richard.

Richard and biography
John Gillingham, author of a major biography of Richard I, follows this line too, although he considers John a less effective general than do Turner or Warren ; Bradbury takes a moderate line, but suggests that in recent years modern historians have been overly lenient towards John's numerous faults.
* Richard III ( biography ), a 1955 biography of the English king by Paul Murray Kendall
1935 ); abridged one-volume edition, edited by Richard Harwell ( 1961 ); the standard biography
** Roy Richard Grinker, who also wrote the only biography of Turnbull
This made him heir to the throne according to Edward III's entail to the crown of 1376, but, as Dr. Ian Mortimer has recently pointed out in his biography of Henry IV, this had probably been supplanted by an entail of Richard II made in 1399 ( see Ian Mortimer, The Fears of Henry IV, appendix two, pp. 366 – 9 ).
* Richard Aldington, a biography ( 1989 ) Charles Doyle ISBN 0-8093-1566-1
* Current, Richard N. John C. Calhoun ( 1966 ), short biography by a scholar
Richard Hough, in his 1980 biography of Mountbatten, indicates that Mountbatten was approached during the 1960s in connection with a scheme to install an " emergency government " in place of Wilson's administration.
He published A Manual for Young Church Members ( 1833 ); edited, with a biography, the Select Practical Writings of Richard Baxter ( 1831 ); and was the author of a number of hymns, the best-known of which is the one beginning, " O God, beneath Thy guiding hand Our exiled fathers crossed the sea.
It was suggested by Richard Armstrong in his 1965 biography Grace Darling: Maid and Myth that she may have suffered from a cleft lip.
* Travel writer Richard Halliburton ( 1900 – 1939 ) gathered material, including an interview with Brooke's mother, for an eventual biography of Brooke, but completion of the task fell to Arthur Springer whose Red Wine of Youth — A Life of Rupert Brooke, benefitting from Halliburton's researches, appeared in 1952.
In 1825 the Irish writer Thomas Moore published a two-volume sympathetic biography Memoirs of the Life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan which became a major influence on subsequent perceptions of him.
Around this time Moore also began working on a biography of the playwright and politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan, whom he met numerous times, but partly due to legal reasons it was not published until 1825.
* Intrigue at RAS and Cambridge Observatory from the biography of Richard Christopher Carrington
* Full text of Shakespeare's play – annotated with excerpts from the standard biography to provide comparison with the historical Richard III, from the Richard III Society, American Branch.
Young's biography was published in 1979, Jimmy Young, heavyweight contender by Edward Dolan and Richard Lyttle, Doubleday pub, ISBN 0-385-14097-5.
It has been rumored that on April 8, 1933, Wyman married Ernest Eugene Wyman ( or Weymann ) ( 1906 – 1970 ), a salesman ; the marriage was mentioned in Dutch, the authorized biography of Ronald Reagan by Edmund Morris, who says that the marriage certificate is on file with the State of California, with the bride giving her name as Jane Fulks, daughter of Richard D. and Emma Reise Fulks.
The biography reveals Beckmann's contemplations on writers and philosophers such as Dostoyevsky, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Richard Wagner.
Rowse's early works focus on 16th-century England and his first full-length historical monograph, Sir Richard Grenville of the Revenge ( 1937 ), was a biography of a 16th-century sailor.
* James Tait Black Memorial Prize for biography: Richard Holmes, Dr Johnson and Mr Savage
* James Tait Black Memorial Prize for biography: Richard Ellmann, James Joyce
* James Tait Black Memorial Prize for biography: Richard Aldington, Wellington

Richard and Pirate
The latest artistic project is the musical play The Pirate Queen by Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schönberg, Richard Maltby, Jr. and John Dempsey, which originally debuted at Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre in October 2006, with American stage actor Stephanie J.
** Richard Zacks's novel The Pirate Hunter ( The True Story of Captain Kidd )
* Sanders, Richard ( 2007 ), If a Pirate I Must Be ...
* Saracens, The ( 1965 ) a. k. a. The Devil's Pirate, a. k. a. The Flag of Death, starring Richard Harrison
* Saracens, The ( 1965 ) a. k. a. The Devil's Pirate, a. k. a. The Flag of Death, starring Richard Harrison
::* 6 – 8 years: Pirate Diary by Richard Platt, illustrated by Chris Riddell ( Walker Books )

Richard and Hunter
) The theory supplies Robin Hood with a wife, Matilda, thought to be the origin of Maid Marian, and Hunter also conjectured that the author of the Gest may have been the religious poet Richard Rolle ( 1290 – 1349 ), who lived in the village of Hampole in Barnsdale.
" Interviewers Richard Thompson and Tim Hunter note that Eastwood's films are " superbly paced: unhurried ; cool ; and a strong sense of real time, regardless of the speed of the narrative " while Ric Gentry considers Eastwood's pacing to be " unrushed and relaxed ".
* Ian Hunter as Richard the Lionheart, King of England
Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins wrote most of the material, with significant additional contributions from, at various times, Jon Canter, Richard Curtis, Terence Dackombe, Michael Fenton Stevens, Jack ( then John ) Docherty and Moray Hunter, and the various musical elements provided by Philip Pope.
The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards at the 60th Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor ( William Hurt ), Best Actress ( Holly Hunter ), Best Supporting Actor ( Albert Brooks ), Best Original Screenplay ( James L. Brooks ), Best Film Editing ( Richard Marks ) and Best Cinematography ( Michael Ballhaus ).
* Hunter: The Age of Magic # 20-25 ( Apr-Sep ) by Dylan Horrocks and Richard Case
* Theocritus-A Selection, ( 1999 ) commentary by Richard Hunter, Cambridge.
* Theocritus: Idylls, ( 2003 ) translated by Anthony Verity with an introduction and notes by Richard Hunter, Oxford University Press.
Among the studio musicians responsible for the " Motown Sound " were keyboardists Earl Van Dyke, Johnny Griffith, and Joe Hunter ; guitarists Joe Messina, Robert White, and Eddie Willis ; percussionists Eddie " Bongo " Brown and Jack Ashford ; drummers Benny Benjamin, Uriel Jones, and Richard " Pistol " Allen ; and bassists James Jamerson and Bob Babbitt.
* Hunter, Richard and Macalpine, Ida.
** Poltergeist -- Stephen Hunter Flick, Richard Anderson
** Die Hard -- Stephen Hunter Flick, Richard Shorr
He was the cousin of writer-illustrator David Hunter Strother ( who would also serve as a Union Army general ) and his maternal grandfather was Richard Stockton, a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence.
In the early to mid-twentieth century, Big Sur's relative isolation and natural beauty began to attract writers and artists, including Robinson Jeffers, Henry Miller, Edward Weston, Richard Brautigan, Hunter S. Thompson, Emile Norman, and Jack Kerouac.
* Hunter, Richard, Plato's Symposium ( Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature ).
Hunter had earlier played King Richard the Lionheart in the 1938 production The Adventures of Robin Hood starring Errol Flynn.
Film Editors ..................................... Bill Lewthwaite, Peter Seabourne, Harry Booth, Inman Hunter and Thelma Connell ( series 1 ), Joan Warwick ( series 2-4 ), David Hawkins ( series 2 ), Lee Doig ( series 3 / 4 ), Peter Rolfe Johnson ( series 4 ), Richard Sidwell ( series 4 )
Although he was aware of the theory of the royal family's history of porphyria then being proposed by Professor Ida Macalpine and Dr Richard Hunter, he stated he " tried not to let it influence him ... with all the symptoms, I was left with little option but to diagnose the Prince's condition as porphyria.
Formed in the summer of 1964, by amateur avant-garde musician George Hunter and music major Richard Olsen, the earliest line up of The Charlatans featured George Hunter ( autoharp, vocals ), Olsen ( bass, vocals ), Mike Wilhelm ( lead guitar, vocals ), Mike Ferguson ( piano / keyboards, vocals ), and Sam Linde ( drums ).
Tensions between George Hunter and the rest of the band escalated throughout 1968 until Mike Wilhelm, Richard Olsen and Terry Wilson decided to disband the group, reforming soon afterward without inviting Hunter back into the band.

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