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James Pattison

James Pattison may refer to: James Pattison Irish politician 1886–1963, Labour party politician James Grant Pattison 1862–1946, Australian journalist and author James Pattison 1828 ship, merchant sailing ship James Pattison London MP 1794–1849, L ...

Gambier

Gambier may refer to: An astringent extract made from Uncaria gambir Uncaria gambir, a species of tropical shrub People James Gambier, 1st Baron Gambier 1756–1833, a British admiral also known as Lord Gambier James Gambier 1723–1789, a British vi ...

Moralist (disambiguation)

moralist or moralism may refer to Moralism, a philosophy that arose in the 19th century The Moralist, 1959 Italian comedy directed by Giorgio Bianchi Scientific moralist, those who try to ground morality in rational, empirical consideration of th ...

Robert Finch

Robert Finch may refer to: Robert Finch Lord Mayor 1944–2016, British politician and lawyer Robert Finch poet 1900–1995, Canadian poet and academic Robert Finch antiquarian 1783–1830, English antiquary Robert Finch rugby league born 1955, Austral ...

Tho Kyaung Bwa

Tho Kyaung Bwa was sawbwa of Onbaung from c. 1400s to c. 1420s. He became a vassal of Ava in 1404/05. In a marriage of state, he married a niece of King Minkhaung I of Ava. In 1412/13, he reported to the Ava court that his Shan-speaking state had ...

Nyhavn 27

Nyhavn 27 is a property overlooking the Nyhavn Canal in central Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1945.

Mehmed Emin Pasha

Mehmed Emin Pasha may refer to: Yağlıkçızade Mehmed Emin Pasha 1724–1769, Ottoman grand vizier 1768–69 Mehmed Emin Aali Pasha 1815–1871, Ottoman grand vizier 1852, 1855–56, 1858–59, 1861, 1867–71 Mehmed Emin Rauf Pasha 1780–1859, Ottoman grand vi ...

John Hely-Hutchinson

John Hely-Hutchinson may refer to: John Hely-Hutchinson statesman 1724–1794, Irish lawyer, statesman, and Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, John Hely-Hutchinson, 2nd Earl of Donoughmore 1757–1832, Anglo-Irish politician, hereditary peer and sol ...

Thomas Taylour

Thomas Taylour may refer to: Thomas Taylour, Earl of Bective 1894–1943, British MP for Westmorland 1871–1885 and Kendal Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort 1822–1894, British MP for Westmorland 1854–1870, Lord Lieutenant of Meath Thomas Tayl ...

Jack the Lad (disambiguation)

JLS, an English boy band whose name stands for "Jack the Lad Swing" "Jack the Lad", B-side of the Pet Shop Boys 1986 single "Suburbia", also included on the 1986 album Please The Sailors Hornpipe, also known as The College Hornpipe and Jacks the ...

Insulin autoimmune syndrome

Insulin autoimmune syndrome, a rare cause of reversible autoimmune hypoglycemia also known as Hirata’s disease, was first described by Hirata in Japan in 1970.

William Dawes (disambiguation)

William Dawes was an American notable for his actions in the American Revolution. William Dawes may also refer to: William Bower Dawes 1807–1869, South Australian politician William Rutter Dawes 1799–1868, British astronomer Sir William Dawes, 3r ...

Mary Hill

Mary Elliott Hill 1907–1969, African-American chemist Mary Hill, Marchioness of Downshire 1764–1836, landowner and politician, wife of Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire Lady Mary Hill 1796–1830, daughter of Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downs ...

Alexander Wood

Alexander Wood may refer to: Alexander T. Wood, 19th-century architect of the United States Custom House New Orleans Alexander Wood physician 1817–1884, physician and inventor of the hypodermic needle Alexander Wood merchant 1772–1844, city magis ...

William Meredith

William Meredith may refer to: William Morton Meredith 1835–1917, American director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing William Meredith American football died 1959, football coach William Meredith MP, MP for Wootton Bassett William Ralph Mer ...

Charles Wilkinson

Charles Wilkinson may refer to: Charles Smith Wilkinson 1843–1891, Australian geologist Bud Wilkinson Charles Burnham Wilkinson, 1916–1994, American football player and coach Charles Edmund Wilkinson 1807–1870, acting Governor of British Ceylon C ...

John Parr (disambiguation)

John Parr is a British musician. John Parr may also refer to: John Parr album, 1984 debut album by John Parr John Wayne Parr born 1976, Australian kickboxer John Edmeston Parr 1856–1923, British-born Canadian architect John Parr British Army sold ...

The Ballad of Bering and His Friends

The film tells the story of Danish explorer Vitus Bering, who, by decree of Peter the Great in 1725, led the First Kamchatka expedition and made new discoveries, expanding the borders of the Russian Empire.

Stawell

Ralph Stawell, 1st Baron Stawell c. 1640–1689, son of John Baron Stawell, a historical English barony 1683–1755 and 1760–1820 Henry Bilson-Legge, 2nd Baron Stawell 1757–1820 Mary Bilson-Legge, 1st Baroness Stawell 1725/26–1780 John Stawell 1600–1 ...

Emperor Alexander (1813 Scarborough ship)

Emperor Alexander was launched in Scarborough in 1813. She traded to the Mediterranean, North America, and Brazil before suffering a maritime mishap in 1819. She was repaired and returned to service. She then sailed between Liverpool and Hamburg. ...

Marwood (surname)

Marwood is a surname. It originates from either the Norman French word malreward, a nickname given to someone who casts an evil eye or the two places named Marwood in England. The first record of the name appears in the register of Rievaulx Abbey ...

Rochambeau

Another name for the game of rock–paper–scissors An album by Orange County punk band Farside In the musical Hamilton, Rochambeau is referenced in the songs Guns and Ships and Yorktown. "Roshambo", a song by The Network A game similar to "sack tap ...

Governor Ward

Governor Ward may refer to: Richard Ward governor 1689–1763, Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations from 1741 to 1742 Marcus Lawrence Ward 1812–1884, 21st Governor of New Jersey Henry George Ward 1797–1860, 11th Governo ...

Arthur Guinness (disambiguation)

Arthur Guinness was the Irish entrepreneur founding Guinness brewers. Arthur Guinness may also refer to: Arthur Guinness New Zealand politician 1846–1913, Member of Parliament Arthur Guinness, 1st Baron Ardilaun 1840–1915, Irish businessman, poli ...

Uncle Arthur

Uncle Arthur may refer to: Uncle Arthur, the name used by Private Frank Pike for Sergeant Arthur Wilson in British sitcom Dads Army Uncle Arthur, the name in Dublin of a pint of Guinness stout; or referring to the brewerys founder Arthur Guinness ...

Elizabeth Campbell

Elizabeth Campbell may refer to: Elizabeth Henry Campbell Russell 1749–1825 Elizabeth Murray Campbell Smith Inman 1726–1785, American shopkeeper, teacher, philanthropist and proto-feminist Elizabeth Bessie Campbell 1870–1964, Australian banjo pla ...

Saint Gerard Majella (disambiguation)

Saint-Gerard-Majella, Quebec, a parish municipality in the Pierre-De Saurel Regional County Municipality of Quebec Saint-Gerard-Majella, Lanaudiere, Quebec, a former municipality in Lanaudiere, Quebec, now part of LAssomption

Andrew Bell

Andrew Bell may refer to: Andrew Bell minister 1803–1856, Presbyterian minister in Upper Canada Andrew Bell artist born 1978, British-born American toy designer Andrew Bell journalist fl. 1827–1863, Scottish-born Canadian journalist Andrew Bell e ...

Daniel Parker

Daniel, Dan or Danny Parker may refer to: Dan Parker, member of the band A Change of Pace Daniel Pinckney Parker 1781–1850, merchant, shipbuilder and businessman in Boston, Massachusetts Daniel Parker footballer born 1974, Australian rules footba ...

John Roth

John Roth may refer to: John Roth clergyman 1726–1791, Moravian clergyman John Roth businessman born 1942, Canadian CEO of Nortel John K. Roth, American-based author, editor, and professor of philosophy of religion at Claremont McKenna College Jo ...

James Pringle

James Pringle may refer to: Sir James Pringle, 4th Baronet 1726–1809, Scottish politician, Member of Parliament MP for Berwickshire 1761–79 James Pringle journalist, British journalist James Hogarth Pringle 1863–1941, Australian-born surgeon in G ...

William Gibbons

William Gibbons may refer to: Bill Gibbons, attorney William Gibbons British politician 1898–1976, British politician Bill Gibbons basketball, American basketball coach William Gibbons explorer fl. 1612, English explorer of Canadian waters Willia ...

Alexander Stevenson

Alexander Stevenson may refer to: Alexander Allan Stevenson 1829–1910, Canadian businessman, politician and military officer Alexander Stevenson physician 1726–1791, Scottish physician Alexander Stevenson footballer 1903–?, Scottish football righ ...

Thomas Chandler

Thomas Chandler Jr. 1740–1798, Vermont colonial leader, founder of Chester, Vermont Thomas Chandler New Hampshire politician 1772–1866, U.S. Representative for New Hampshire Thomas R. Chandler born 1954, candidate for Congress from Ohio in the 19 ...

Hapgood

Hapgood could refer to: People Isabel Florence Hapgood 1851–1928, American writer and translator of Russian texts Norman Hapgood 1868–1937, American writer and journalist Eddie Hapgood 1908–1973, English football player, who captained both Arsena ...

Skipton (disambiguation)

Skipton is a town in North Yorkshire, England. Skipton may also refer to: Skipton Football Club Skipton, Victoria, Australia, a town Skipton horse, winner of the 1941 Melbourne Cup - see List of Melbourne Cup winners Richard Shipton died 1726?, a ...

François Pierre Huon de Kermadec

Kermadec was born to the family of Vincent Huon de Kermadec, also a Navy officer. He was the uncle of Jean-Michel Huon de Kermadec and Jean-Michel Huon de Kermadec. On 24 April 1781, Kermadec departed Brest, captaining the 74-gun Bien-Aime in the ...

George Barlow

George Barlow may refer to: George Barlow soccer born 1933, Australian footballer George Barlow footballer born 1914, British footballer player George Barlow American football born 1967, American football coach Sir George Barlow, 2nd Baronet c. 1 ...

Dongmyeong ilgi

Dongmyeong ilgi is a travelogue written by Lady Uiyudang of the Nam clan of Uiryeong in 1772, at the age of 46. Written while she was staying in the Hamheung region as the wife of an assistant magistrate of the same region, it depicts her trip to ...

Samuel Mills

Samuel Mills may refer to: Samuel Mills footballer 1871–?, English footballer Samuel Meyers Mills Jr. 1842–1907, United States Army officer Samuel John Mills 1783–1818, American preacher who helped found the American Bible Society and the America ...

Senator Johnson

Senator Johnson may refer to: United States senators Lyndon B. Johnson 1908–1973, Senator from Texas 1949-1961 Martin N. Johnson 1850–1909, Senator from North Dakota 1909 Magnus Johnson 1871–1936, Senator from Minnesota 1923–1925 William Samuel J ...

John Irwin

John Irwin may refer to: John Irwin baseball 1861–1928, Canadian-born Major League Baseball player John Irwin admiral 1832–1901, United States Navy rear admiral John Rice Irwin born 1930, American cultural historian John Irwin politician 1869–194 ...

Louis Augustin de Monteclerc

Monteclerc joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine in 1743. Monteclerc was promoted to Lieutenant in 1757. He served on Eveille, in Conflans squadron, during the Seven Years War. Monteclerc was promoted to Captain in 1772. In 1777, he commanded the 64- ...

George of the United Kingdom

George of the United Kingdom may refer to the following monarchs of Great Britain and the later United Kingdom: George I of Great Britain 1660–1727, also Elector of Hanover George II of Great Britain 1683–1760, also Elector of Hanover George V of ...

Egyptienne

Legyptienne Lecocq, operetta 1890 "LEgyptienne", song by Pierre-Jean de Beranger 1866 "LEgyptienne" song, a 1997 song by Belgian singer Natacha Atlas and French group Les Negresses Vertes LEgyptienne, harpsichord composition by Rameau 1728

Teresa Mulally

Teresa Mulally was born in Pill Lane, near Chancery Street, Dublin in October 1728. She was the only daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Mulally. When Mulally was young her father retired from being a provisions dealer, and the family moved to Phrap ...

James Townsend

James or Jim Townsend may refer to: James Townsend British politician 1737–1787, Lord Mayor of London 1772 James Townsend cricketer 1790–1866, English cricketer James Matthew Townsend 1841–1913, African Methodist Episcopal minister and state legi ...

Fort Frederick

Fort Frederick Kingston, Ontario Fort Frederick Saint John, New Brunswick, built at the mouth of the St. John River in 1758 by the British during the St. John River Campaign of the French and Indian War Fort Frederick Newfoundland

Gerard Delacroix

Gerard Delacroix is a French naval archaeologist, author and editor, specialised in maritime subjects of the 17th and 18th centuries. He has authored several monographs and articles.

William Howe

William Howe may refer to: William Howe, 5th Viscount Howe 1729–1814, British general during American Revolutionary War William T. Howe 1835–1918, farmer and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada William F. Howe lawyer 1828–1902, American tri ...