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Samuel Wright

Samuel or Sam Wright may refer to: Sam Wright baseball 1848–1928, American baseball shortstop Samuel Wright cricketer 1869–1947, English cricketer Samuel Wright Sr. 1812–1877, English-American cricketer Samuel Thomas Wright 1887–1948, wholesale m ...

                                               

George Lane

George Lane may refer to: George Lane British Army officer 1915–2010, Hungarian-born British World War II commando George Lane, 1st Viscount Lanesborough 1620s–1683, Irish politician George Washington Lane 1806–1863, U.S. federal judge George She ...

                                               

Michael Ward

Michael Ward musician born 1967, American guitarist with School of Fish, The Wallflowers, and The Innocent Criminals Mike Ward singer born 1990, British contestant in The Voice UK who reached the final of the show in 2013 Micheal Ward, Jamican-bo ...

                                               

Charles Alexander

Charles Alexander, Duke of Wurttemberg 1684–1737, governor of Kingdom of Serbia, 1720–1733 Charles Alexander politician 1816–1905, merchant and politician in Quebec Charles Alexander, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach 1736–1806 Charles Alexander, G ...

                                               

Natural history (disambiguation)

Natural history is the scientific study of plants or animals. Natural History may also refer to: In science and medicine: Natural History Publications Borneo, a publishing house based in Borneo The Natural History of Iceland, a 1752 work by Niels ...

                                               

Odiljenje sigetsko

Odiljenje sigetsko is a lyrical work by Pavao Ritter Vitezovic first published in 1684. It is regarded as the first and most important poetical piece by the author.

                                               

New England (disambiguation)

New England is a region of north-eastern United States, comprising Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont. New England may also refer to:

                                               

Rani Sukadei

Rani Sukadei was an Indian warrior queen of the princely state of Banki, Odisha. She is known for her display of courage and bravery in the battles against Gajapati of Khurda, and is regarded as the only undefeated warrior queen in Indian history.

                                               

George Clinton

George Clinton funk musician born 1941, American funk musician George Clinton clarinettist 1850–1913, British clarinettist George S. Clinton born 1947, American musician

                                               

John Baird

John Baird Australian footballer born 1980, Australian rules footballer John Baird American football, All-American football player John Campbell Baird 1856–1902, Scottish footballer John Baird footballer, born 1985, Scottish footballer playing fo ...

                                               

John Gamble

John Gamble may refer to: John Gamble record producer, American record producer John A. Gamble 1933–2009, Canadian politician John William Gamble 1799–1873, businessman and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West John Gamble priest 1762– ...

                                               

Primer

Primer album, a 1995 music album by the musical group Rockapella Primer 55, an American alternative metal band "The Primer", a song from the 2005 album Alaska by Between the Buried and Me

                                               

Manuel Garcia Hispaleto

Manuel Garcia Hispaleto, originally Manuel Garcia y Martinez was a Spanish painter; known for portraits and costumbrista scenes. His brother, Rafael Garcia Hispaleto, was also a painter. Many sources refer to him as Manuel Garcia y Garcia, but hi ...

                                               

Sibori Amsterdam

Sultan Sibori Amsterdam was the twelfth Sultan of Ternate in the Maluku Islands who reigned from 1675 to 1690. He participated in the last outburst of armed resistance against the Dutch East India Company in 1679–1681, but was eventually forced t ...

                                               

Wiep van Bunge

Louis van Bunge is a Dutch historian of philosophy. He has published mainly on the early Enlightenment in the Netherlands, on Spinoza and on his influence on other thinkers.

                                               

Attalia (disambiguation)

Attalia is the ancient name of Antalya, a city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey. Attalia, Atalia, or similar spellings may also refer to:

                                               

Pitmiddle

Pitmiddle was a village in the Gowrie region of Perthshire, Scotland. It is now deserted, the last resident having left in 1938. Its history dates back to the 12th century. It is now a scheduled monument.

                                               

Scarus psittacus

Scarus psittacus, the common parrotfish, is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a parrotfish, in the family Scaridae. Other common names for this species include the palenose parrotfish, Batavian parrotfish and the rosy-cheek parrotfish. It has ...

                                               

Rita Mestokosho

Rita Mestokosho, born 1966 in Ekuanitshit, is an indigenous writer and poet, councillor for culture and education in the Innu nation.

                                               

Want (disambiguation)

WANT, an FM radio station in Lebanon, Tennessee, U.S. Want, a character in Charles Dickenss A Christmas Carol The Want short film, by Stephen Saux and Lori Murphy Saux, 2019 "Want", an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent season 4

                                               

Caslon (disambiguation)

Caslon usually refers to William Caslon of United Kingdom, who was an English gunsmith and designer of typographic fonts. His Caslon typefaces were used in the first printed version of the American Declaration of Independence. Caslon may also ref ...

                                               

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is an interactive drama survival horror video game developed by Supermassive Games and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It is the second of eight planned installments in The Dark Pictures Anthology ...

                                               

William Dunlop

William Dunlop may refer to: William "Tiger" Dunlop 1792–1848, Member of Parliament for United Province of Canada and Warden of the Forests, Canada Company William James Dunlop 1881–1960, Ontario MPP and cabinet minister William Dunlop principal ...

                                               

Benjamin Chetwood

± Benjamin Chetwood was an Irish politician of English birth. Chetwood sat in the Irish House of Commons as the Member of Parliament for Harristown between 1713 and 1714. He was the fourth son of Valentine Chetwood of Chetwood, Buckinghamshire an ...

                                               

Mary Parker

Mary Parker UK-Australian actress born 1930, English later Australian actress and news reporter; first woman to appear on Melbourne television Mary Parker Lewis, political consultant who served as Chief of Staff to Alan Keyes, candidate for Presi ...

                                               

John Page

John Page Virginia politician 1743–1808, U.S. Congressman, Governor of Virginia John Page MP for Maldon fl. 1391–1407, MP for Maldon John Page died 1779 c. 1696–1779, British member of Parliament for Chichester and Great Grimsby John A. Page 1814 ...

                                               

Tom Chambers

Tom Chambers politician 1928–2018, member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta Sir Thomas Chambers colonial administrator died 1692, British administrator and factor of the British East India Company in Madras Tom Chambers judge 1943–2013, Asso ...

                                               

Inayetullah Khan

Inayetullah Khān, also known as Enayetullah, was a Faujdar of the Mughal Bengals Sylhet Sarkar. He was the successor of Sadeq Khan as faujdar.

                                               

Robert Rogers

Robert Rogers Manitoba politician 1864–1936, Canadian politician Robert Rogers, Baron Lisvane born 1950, Chief Executive and Clerk of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom Robert Louis Rogers, former Canadian ambassador to Israel Robert Roge ...

                                               

Charles Smyth (politician)

Smyth was the son of Thomas Smyth, Bishop of Limerick, and Dorothea Burgh daughter of Ulysses Burgh. His brothers included the lawyer George Smyth and Arthur Smyth, Archbishop of Dublin. In 1728 he married Elizabeth, the wealthy young widow of Si ...

                                               

Khoja (disambiguation)

The Khojas are a set of communities of Shia Muslims in the Indian Subcontinent. Khoja may also refer to: Khawaja, an Islamic honorific title Khoja, SBS Nagar, a village in Punjab, India Khoja Turkestan, term used for the descendants of the famous ...

                                               

Rafiullah Khan

Syed Rafiullah Khan, was a Faujdar of Mughal Bengals Sylhet Sarkar. He was the successor of Inayetullah Khan. Rafiullah Khans office was in AD 1693 according to Syed Murtaza Ali, although it is not known how long his office was. His office took p ...

                                               

Order of merit (disambiguation)

An order of merit is a visible honorific order conferred by a state, government, royal family, or other sovereign to an individual in recognition of military or civil merits. Order of merit may also refer to:

                                               

Ahrar

Ahrar al-Sharkas Ahrar al-Sharqiya Liwa Ahrar Souriya Jaysh al-Ahrar Ahrar al-Sham Ahrar al-Jazeera brigade

                                               

Lotamore House

Lotamore House is an Irish historic house in County Cork, used as a residence by a number of Cork merchant families before being turned into a number of businesses including a guesthouse. In the beginning of the 21st century it fell into signific ...

                                               

Margaret Nisbet

She was married to Alexander MacLeod, a wigmaker in Leith. In 1726, she tried to pass a forged bill, which she claimed to have been signed by Lady Henrietta Mordaunt, wife of Alexander Gordon, 2nd Duke of Gordon. In May 1726, Mr Petrie, a town-of ...

                                               

Joshua Cooper

Joshua Cooper 1732–1800, Irish landowner and politician, MP for Castlebar 1761–68, for County Sligo 1768–83 Josh Cooper, Canadian political candidate Ontario, see Conservative Party of Canada candidates, 2004 Canadian federal election Joshua Edwa ...

                                               

Francis Burton

Francis Burton may refer to: Francis Nathaniel Burton 1766–1832, Canadian politician Francis Robert Burton 1840–1915, public servant in South Australia Richard Francis Burton 1821–1890, British explorer Francis Burton, 2nd Baron Conyngham c. 1725 ...

                                               

Richard Cunningham

Richard Cunningham or Richie Cunningham may refer to: Richard Cunningham politician 1748–1823, Irish-born farmer and political figure in Nova Scotia Richie Cunningham, a fictional character played by Ron Howard on the sitcom Happy Days Richie Cun ...

                                               

Secretary (disambiguation)

A branch head official of most Communist and Socialist political parties. Secretary-General General Secretary First Secretary disambiguation Secretary club, the head of an organizations day-to-day administration Company secretary, a senior, usual ...

                                               

Port of Seville

The Port of Seville is a river port in Spain, located on the lower reaches of the Guadalquivir, in the city of Seville. It is the only commercial river port in the country.

                                               

William Palmer

William Palmer Malmesbury MP for Malmesbury William Palmer Irish politician, Chief Secretary for Ireland 1696–97 William Palmer Bridgnorth MP for Bridgnorth William D. Palmer born 1935, American politician in Iowa William Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selb ...

                                               

General Gordon

Joseph Maria Gordon 1856–1929, Australian Army major-general Ian Gordon general born 1952, retired Australian Army major general Alexander Gordon general 1670–1752, Scottish general who fought under Peter the Great in 1696–1711, and for the Jacob ...

                                               

Jason (disambiguation)

Jason ship, Norwegian whaling vessel USS Jason AC-12, 1912–1936 HMS Jason, several ships in the Royal Navy USS Jason AR-8, US Navy repair ship 1944–1995

                                               

Port of Melilla

A port existed in Phoenician and Punic Russadir that continued its activity under Roman rule after the fall of Carthage. During the Middle Ages the port presumably played a part in the interchange of gold, ivory, slaves and cereals imported by th ...

                                               

Camilla

"Camilla", a song by Basshunter from Now Youre Gone – The Album Il trionfo di Camilla, a 1696 or 1697 opera by Giovanni Bononcini Camilla opera, 1799 opera by Ferdinando Paer Camilla Dickinson, a.k.a. Camilla, a novel by Madeleine LEngle Camilla, ...

                                               

Binning

William of Binning, 13th century Cistercian monk and abbott Binning surname George Baillie-Hamilton, Lord Binning, 1856–1917, British Army officer Lord Binning is a subsidiary title of the Earls of Haddington; holders include Charles Hamilton, Lo ...

                                               

Morse (1784 ship)

Morse was launched in 1747 for the British Royal Navy. After 1775 she was John and Alice, Potomack, Betsy, and then in 1782 Resolution. In 1784 S. Mellish purchased her and she became the whaler Morse. She initially engaged in whale hunting in th ...

                                               

Charles Morton

Charles Morton racehorse trainer 1855-1936, British racehorse trainer Charles Morton librarian 1716–1799, English medical doctor and librarian Charles Morton actor 1908–1966, American actor Charles Morton editor 1899-1967, Author and Associate Ed ...

                                               

Faggot

Faggot, faggots, or faggoting may refer to: faggot or fagot, branch or twig, or bundle of these Faggot unit, archaic unit of measurement for bundles of sticks Fasces, ancient symbol of an axe bound in a bundle of rods Fascine, bundle of brushwood ...