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In 2005 Davey's majority was 8, 961 and in the May 2010 general election he again retained the seat with a slightly reduced majority, beating the Conservative candidate Helen Whately.
Kevin Davis was subsequently replaced as the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Kingston & Surbiton by Helen Whately.
* The song was included in the movie " Joe Maddison's War " ( 2010 ) with Robson Green, Kevin Whately and Derek Jacobi as the Home Guard was marching to exercise.
The town peaceably petitioned for separation from the town because of its relatively long distance from the rest of Hatfield, and was officially incorporated in 1771, named by Governor Thomas Hutchinson for Thomas Whately, a Member of Parliament whose letter to Hutchinson would later be involved in the controversy which brought on Hutchinson's dismissal.
Whately was the site of the state's first gin distillery, as well as other small mills, including wool and furniture mills.
Whately shared the Pilgrim Airport, a small, general aviation airport, with neighboring Hatfield, but the field was closed and is currently used as farmland.
Above the entrance to the chapel is an oriel that, until the 1880s, was a room on the first floor that formed part of a set of rooms that were occupied by Richard Whately, and later by John Henry Newman.
Whately is said to have used the space as a larder and Newman is said to have used it for his private prayers — when the organ was installed in 1884, the space was used for the blower.
The decision of Richard Whately and John George de la Poer Beresford was that Heron would remain excluded from Scholarship.
Grenville replied that he wanted to raise the money " by means the most easy and least objectionable to the Colonies " and Thomas Whately, who had drafted the Stamp Act, said the delay in implementation had been " out of Tenderness to the colonies " and the tax was judged as " the easiest, the most equal and the most certain.
Richard Whately ( 1 February 1787 – 8 October 1863 ) was an English rhetorician, logician, economist, and theologian who also served as the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin.
Richard Whately obtained double second-class honours and the prize for the English essay ; in 1811 he was elected Fellow of Oriel, and in 1814 took holy orders.
In the preface to the Elements of Logic, Whately wrote that the substance of the treatise was drawn from an article written by himself, entitled Logic, which had already been published in the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana.
He was initially on friendly terms with John Henry Newman, but they fell out as the divergence in their views became apparent ; Newman later spoke of his Catholic University as continuing in Dublin the struggle against Whately which he had commenced at Oxford.
In 1829 Whately was elected to the professorship of political economy at Oxford in succession to Nassau William Senior.
Whately's appointment by Lord Grey to the see of Dublin came as a great surprise to everybody, for though a decided Liberal Whately had stood aloof from political parties, and ecclesiastically his position was that of an Ishmaelite fighting for his own hand.
His scheme of religious instruction for Protestants and Catholics alike was carried out for a number of years, but in 1852 it broke down owing to the opposition of the new Catholic archbishop of Dublin, and Whately felt himself constrained to withdraw from the Education Board.
From the beginning Whately was a keen-sighted observer of the condition of Ireland question, and gave offence by supporting state endowment of the Catholic clergy.
Whately was a great talker, much addicted in early life to argument, in which he used others as instruments on which to hammer out his own views, and as he advanced in life much given to didactic monologue.
Whately was a devout Christian, but opposed to mere outward displays of faith.
In this they did Whately less than justice, for his religion was very real and genuine.
It was to Whately essentially a belief in certain matters of fact, to be accepted or rejected after an examination of " evidences.

Whately and first
* Temple, Josiah Howard, History of the town of Whately, Mass: including a narrative of leading events from the first planting of Hatfield: 1660-1871: with family genealogies, Printed for the town by T. R.
At first he supported himself mainly by miniature painting, and by the execution of larger portraits, such as the likenesses of Mulready, Richard Whately, Peel and Thomas Carlyle.

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Deerfield is located in the northern Pioneer Valley and is bordered by Greenfield to the north, Montague to the northeast, Sunderland to the southeast, Whately to the south, Conway to the west, and Shelburne to the northwest.

Whately and Hatfield
Whately lies along the southern border of the county, north of Hampshire County, and is bordered by Conway to the northwest, Deerfield to the northeast, Sunderland to the east, Hatfield to the south, and Williamsburg to the west.
The Mill River in Hatfield and Whately, Massachusetts is an example of a river with a dwarf wedgemussel population patchily distributed over an approximate 16-mile stretch.

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Dennis Patterson ( played by Tim Healy ) comes from Birtley Co. Durham ; Leonard " Oz " Osborne ( played by Jimmy Nail ) comes from Gateshead ; and Neville Hope ( played by Kevin Whately ) comes from North Shields.
Conway is in the central part of the county, and is bordered by Shelburne to the north, Deerfield to the east, Whately to the southeast, Williamsburg to the south, Goshen to the southwest, Ashfield to the west, and Buckland to the northwest.
Conway is a member of Frontier Regional and Union 38 School Districts, which also includes Deerfield, Whately and Sunderland.
Additionally, Route 116 passes through town, combining with Routes 5 and 10 for a one-mile stretch, passing into Whately briefly before separating and crossing through the southern part of town and over the Connecticut River at the Sunderland Bridge.
Deerfield is the central member of Frontier Regional and Union 38 School Districts, which also includes Conway, Whately and Sunderland.
Sunderland is bordered by Montague to the north, Leverett to the east, Amherst and Hadley to the south, and Whately and Deerfield to the west.
( Because of the river, there is no direct access between Sunderland and Whately.
Whately is a town in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States.
Whately is located south of Greenfield, north of Springfield, and west of Boston.
Whately lies along the western banks of the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley.
Whately is crossed by Interstate 91, which passes from north to south in the town, and is accessed at Exit 23 by U. S. Route 5 and the concurrently-running Massachusetts Route 10.
By population, Whately ranked fifteenth of the twenty six towns in Franklin County, and 305th of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts.
Whately employs the open town meeting form of government, and is led by a board of selectmen and an administrative assistant.

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But her prettiness was what he had noticed first, and all the other things had come afterward: cruelty, meanness, self-will.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
The first part of the road was steep, but it leveled off after the second bend and curled gradually into the valley.
No one was behind it, but in the rear wall of the office I noticed, for the first time, a door which had been left partially open.
The herd was watered and then thrown onto a broad grass flat which was to be the first night's bedground.
Once again, Tom Horn was the first and most likely suspect, and he was brought in for questioning immediately.
For Matilda, it was the first she had known in many a night.
Even the knowledge that she was losing another boy, as a mother always does when a marriage is made, did not prevent her from having the first carefree, dreamless sleep that she had known since they dropped down the canyon and into Bear Valley, way, way back there when they were crossing those other mountains.
Stevens was grunting over the last empty pocket when Russ abruptly rose and lunged toward Carmer's hat, which had tumbled half-a-dozen feet away when he first fell.
The Indian's arm whipped sidewise -- there was a flash of amber and froth, the crash of the bottle shattering against the side of the first car.
It was her first smile.
At first, I thought he was out of his head, talking wildly like this.
Hell, I gave him the first decent job he ever had, six, seven -- how many years ago was it, Rob ''??
Miss Langford ( her first name was Evelyn ) was an attractive girl.
School began in August, the hottest part of the year, and for the first few days Miss Langford was very lenient with the children, letting them play a lot and the new ones sort of get acquainted with one another.
It was just as well that the ignorant Dandy enjoyed himself to the hilt that first evening, for the room was to become his prison cell.
`` Bastards '', he would say, `` all I did was put a beat to that Vivaldi stuff, and the first chair clobbered me ''!!
In 1961 the first important legislative victory of the Kennedy Administration came when the principle of national responsibility for local economic distress won out over a `` state's-responsibility '' proposal -- provision was made for payment for unemployment relief by nation-wide taxation rather than by a levy only on those states afflicted with manpower surplus.
The first systematic thinking about this Pandora's box within Pandora's boxes was done four years ago by Fred Ikle, a frail, meek-mannered Swiss-born sociologist.
The smell at first was more surprising than unpleasant.
His collaboration with Washington, begun when he was the general's aide during the Revolution, was resumed when he entered the first Cabinet as Secretary of the Treasury.

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