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Chess Monthly

Chess Monthly may refer to: The Chess Monthly 1879-1896, London, edited by Leopold Hoffer & Johannes Zukertort Maxwell Macmillan Chess Monthly 1991, continues Pergamon Chess and CHESS magazine The Chess Monthly 1857-1861, New York, edited by Dani ...

                                               

John Bartholomew (disambiguation)

John Bartholomew was the second in a line of Scottish cartographers which included: John Ian Bartholomew 1890–1962, son of John George John George Bartholomew 1860–1920, son of John John Bartholomew Sr. 1805–1861, father of John John Christopher ...

                                               

William Donaldson (disambiguation)

William Donaldson was a British theatrical producer, satirist, writer and playboy. William or Bill Donaldson may also refer to: Bill Donaldson cricketer 1923-1999, Australian cricketer William John Donaldson born 1958, chess player William Donald ...

                                               

Nona

Roman Catholic Diocese of Nona, which had its see there; now a Latin titular bishopric Nin, Croatia, also known as Nona in Latin Tor di Nona, a small area in Romes Rione V called "Ponte"

                                               

Libelle

Dornier Libelle, a German flying boat Dornier Do 12 Libelle III Glasflugel 205 Club Libelle Glasflugel H-201 Standard Libelle, a German glider Flylight Libelle, a British powered hang glider Glasflugel H-301 Libelle Lom-55, 57 and 58 Libelle, gli ...

                                               

Parramatta (disambiguation)

North Parramatta, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales Division of Parramatta, Australian federal electoral district City of Parramatta, local government area Westfield Parramatta, a shopping complex in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Parra ...

                                               

Henry Wellesley

Henry Wellesley may refer to: Henry Wellesley 1804 ship, a 304-ton barque sailing ship Henry Wellesley, 3rd Duke of Wellington 1846–1900, politician Henry Wellesley, 6th Duke of Wellington 1912–1943, British peer and politician Henry Wellesley, 1 ...

                                               

Britannia (1798 Kircaldy ship)

Britannia was launched at Kirkcaldy in 1798. she spent her career as a West Indiaman. In 1807 a French privateer captured her, but the British Royal Navy recaptured her the next day. Finally, an American privateer captured her in October 1812.

                                               

Darra (clipper)

Darras hull was of a composite construction, wooden planking on a wrought iron frame. It was built by Hall and Company, Aberdeen. Its displacement was 999 tons, length 190 feet, beam 33 feet, and draft 21 feet.

                                               

Titania (disambiguation)

Titania or Asuna, a character in Sword Art Online Titania, a fictional character in The Ancient Magus Bride Titania, a fictional demon in Shin Megami Tensei Titania Marvel Comics, a Marvel Comics supervillain Titania, a fictional planet in the St ...

                                               

Africaine (1832 ship)

Africaine, was a barque launched in 1831 at Jarrow on the River Tyne in England. In 1836 she carried immigrants as part of the First Fleet of South Australia. She was wrecked on 23 September 1843.

                                               

John Erskine

John Erskine may refer to: John Erskine, 5th Lord Erskine died 1552, Scottish nobleman John Erskine judge 1813–1895, United States federal judge John Erskine music, music producer, see Bad Moon Rising album John Angus Erskine 1873–1960, New Zeala ...

                                               

John Croft (wine merchant)

John Croft was an English wine merchant in York and Oporto. He was known also for antiquarian and literary interests, and as an eccentric.

                                               

Ole Olsen

Ole Olsen may refer to: Ole Olsen speedway rider born 1946, Danish speedway rider and three-time World Champion Ole Olsen filmmaker 1863–1943, Danish film producer and founder of Nordisk Film Ole Olsen comedian 1892–1963, American vaudeville come ...

                                               

Dewhurst

Jack Dewhurst born 1877, English footballer with Blackburn Rovers and Bury Fred Dewhurst 1863–1895, Preston North End and England international footballer Emma-Kate Dewhurst born 1981, Australian soccer player Frederick Arthur Dewhurst 1911–1985, ...

                                               

John Downes

John Downes may refer to: John Downes regicide 1609–c. 1666, English commissioner convicted of regicide of Charles I of England at the restoration of Charles II John Downes naval officer 1786–1854, American Commodore and ship captain in the Unite ...

                                               

Piers Park

Piers Park is located on the southwest side of East Boston, overlooking Boston Harbor and downtown Boston. Designed by Pressley Associates Landscape Architects of Boston, the 6.5-acre park was conceived to reclaim a condemned industrial pier for ...

                                               

Rothesay (disambiguation)

Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada Rothesay electoral district, Canada Rothesay Parliament of Scotland constituency Rothsay, Ontario, Canada Rothsay, Western Australia Rothsay Forest, Virginia, United States Rothesay Bay, a suburb in Auckland, New Z ...

                                               

French frigate Melpomene (1890)

Melpomene was ordered in August 1883 as a replacement for Resolue, to serve as a gabier schoolship. She departed for her first training cruise on 23 August 1890, sailing to Dakar and calling the Canary Islands and Tenerife on the way, before retu ...

                                               

Louis-Marie Le Gouardun

Louis-Marie Le Gouardun was a French Navy officer. Starting his career in the French East India Company, he served under Suffren in the Indian Ocean during the Anglo-French War, and later in important actions of the French Revolutionary Wars. He ...

                                               

French corvette Diligent (1781)

Diligent, was the Bengal Pilot Service schooner Tannah, that the Bombay Dockyard had launched in 1775 for the Bengal Pilot Service of the British East India Company. The French Navy captured her in 1781. She then became a 10-gun corvette of the F ...

                                               

Treaty for the Suppression of the African Slave Trade

The Treaty for the Suppression of the African Slave Trade was the first multilateral treaty for the suppression of the slave trade, signed at London on 20 December 1841 by the representatives of the Austrian Empire, the Kingdom of France, the Uni ...

                                               

Red Queen

Queen Redd, the main antagonist of Frank Beddors 2004 The Looking-Glass Wars series, based on the above Lewis Carroll character The Red Queen Drabble novel, a 2004 novel by Margaret Drabble The Red Queen Gregory novel, a 2010 historical novel by ...

                                               

Houdini (disambiguation)

Houdini 1953 film, a 1953 biographical film about Harry Houdini Houdini 1998 film, a 1998 biographical telefilm about Harry Houdini Houdini miniseries, a 2014 television miniseries about Harry Houdini The Great Houdini film, a 1976 biographical t ...

                                               

Peter Nielsen

Peter Nielsen may refer to: Peter Alsing Nielsen 1907–1985, Danish painter Peter Nielsen, contestant on series four of the Irish TV series The Apprentice Peter Nielsen sport shooter 1890–1972, Danish Olympic shooter Peter Heine Nielsen born 1973, ...

                                               

William Potter

William Potter may refer to: William Appleton Potter 1842–1909, American architect William Norwood Potter 1840–1895, English chess player and writer William P. Potter, US Navy officer William Everett Potter 1905–1988, Governor of the Panama Canal ...

                                               

Zalkind

Zalkind or Salkind is a name for Milton Zalkind 1916–1998, US-american pianist Semyon Rafailovich Zalkind 1869–1941, Russian medician Ber Zalkind 1878-1944, Lithuanian painter Aron Borissovich Zalkind 1888–1936, Soviet psychoanalyst Michael Yakov ...

                                               

Roux (disambiguation)

Ludovic Roux, French skier Georges Roux 1914 – 1999 Assyriologist Wilhelm Roux 1850-1924, German zoologist and embryologist Albert Roux, French restaurateur Claude de Roux de Saint-Laurent died 1689, French soldier, governor of Saint Christophe L ...

                                               

Sokolsky (surname)

Sokolsky or Sokolski or Sokolskaya is a Slavic last name. The neuter form is Sokolskoye. Notable people with the name include: Nikolay Smirnov-Sokolsky 1898–1962, Soviet actor and Peoples Artist of the USSR Gennady Sokolsky 1937–2014, Soviet anim ...

                                               

William Napier

William Napier may refer to: William Napier, 13th Lord Napier 1900–1954, Scottish soldier and courtier William Napier VC 1828–1908, English recipient of the Victoria Cross William Napier, 11th Lord Napier 1846–1913, British peer William Napier la ...

                                               

Bartel

Max Bartel 1879–1914, German entomologist Mateusz Bartel 1985, Polish chess grandmaster Kazimierz Bartel 1882–1941, Polish mathematician, diplomat and politician Jimmy Bartel born 1983, Australian rules footballer Ryszard Bartel 1897–1982 Polish ...

                                               

Robert Byrne

Robert Byrne may refer to: Robert Byrne songwriter 1954–2005, American songwriter Nucentz born 1987, rapper, a.k.a. Robert Byrne Bobby Byrne musician 1918–2006, trombonist and big-band leader Bobby Byrne cinematographer 1932–2017, American cinema ...

                                               

Dusan Popovic

Dusan Popovic may refer to: Dusan Popovic chess player born 1983, Serbian chess player, see template:Serbian grandmasters Dusan Popovic 1877–1958, Vojvodina Serb lawyer, Croat-Serb politician, member of the Croatian and Hungarian Parliaments Dusa ...

                                               

Miguel Aleman

Miguel Aleman may refer to: Miguel Aleman Velasco born 1932, governor of Veracruz from 1998 to 2004; father of Miguel Aleman Gonzalez 1884–1929, general in the Mexican Revolution; father of Miguel Aleman Valdes 1900–1983, president of Mexico from ...

                                               

John Peters

John A. Peters 1822–1904, U.S. Representative from Maine 1867–1873, Attorney General of Maine 1864–1866 & Maine Supreme Court judge John A. Peters 1864–1953, U.S. Representative from Maine 1913–1922 and U.S. District Court judge 1922–1947 John M. ...

                                               

Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy Derry footballer born 1979, Irish Gaelic footballer Paul Murphy English footballer born 1954, English football player for Workington Paul Murphy hurler born 1989, Irish hurler Paul Murphy Kerry footballer born 1991, Irish Gaelic footb ...

                                               

Hanstein

Hanstein may refer to: People Johannes von Hanstein 1822–1880, German botanist who was a native of Potsdam Wilhelm Hanstein 1811–1850, German chess player and writer Fritz Huschke von Hanstein 1911–1996, German race driver and Porsches public rel ...

                                               

James Berry

James Berry writer 1842–1914, Irish writer Jim Berry cartoonist 1932–2015, American comic strip artist James Berry poet 1924–2017, Jamaican poet James Berry artist 1906–1979, New Zealand artist, stamp and coin designer

                                               

Charles Stanley (disambiguation)

Charles Stanley, is an American preacher, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia. Charles Stanley may also refer to: Charles Orr Stanley 1899–1989, Irish businessman, head of British company Pye Ltd Charles Stanley, 8th Earl of Derby 16 ...

                                               

Alice through the Looking Glass (1998 film)

Alice through the Looking Glass is a family fantasy film of 1998, made for television, based on Lewis Carroll’s 1871 book Through the Looking-Glass, and starring Kate Beckinsale. The film was released on DVD in 2005.

                                               

Peter Morgan (disambiguation)

Peter Morgan is a British screenwriter and dramatist. Peter Morgan may also refer to: Pete Morgan 1939–2010, British poet, author and presenter Peter G. Morgan politician 1817–1890, African-American shoemaker and politician in Virginia Peter Morg ...

                                               

Benjamin Martin

Benjamin Martin may refer to: Benjamin Martin, protagonist of the 2000 film The Patriot Benjamin Martin chess player born 1969, New Zealand chess master Benjamin Charles Stanley Martin 1891–1957, Royal Navy admiral Benjamin F. Martin 1828–1895, p ...

                                               

Frank Anderson

Frank Anderson may refer to: Frank Anderson baseball coach born 1959, American college baseball coach Frank Anderson Canadian football 1928–1983, American player of Canadian football Frank Anderson politician 1889–1959, British Labour Party Membe ...

                                               

George Mackenzie

Sir George Mackenzie, 4th Baronet c. 1702–1748, MP for Cromarty, 1729–34 George Sutherland Mackenzie 1844–1910, British businessman and explorer George Mackenzie, 3rd Earl of Cromartie c. 1703–1766, Scottish nobleman George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh ...

                                               

Richard Sutton

Richard Sutton MP, died 1634, MP for Newport, Isle of Wight and Newtown, Isle of Wight Dick Sutton 1901–82, Canadian politician Richard Sutton politician c. 1815 –70, Canadian politician Richard Sutton soldier 1674–1737, British brigadier and Mem ...

                                               

Lela

Lela Tsurtsumia born 1969, Georgian pop folk singer Lela Rose, American fashion designer Lela Brooks 1908–1990, Canadian speed skater Lela Swift 1919–2015, television director and producer Lela Ivey born 1958, American actress Lela Javakhishvili ...

                                               

Avalanche (disambiguation)

The Avalanche 1946 film, a Czech film Avalanche 1994 film, a Canadian film Avalanche G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe Avalanche 1928 film, an American silent western film Avalanche 1978 film, an American disaster film with ...

                                               

Empress (disambiguation)

An empress is a female imperial monarch, or the wife of an imperial monarch; written with a capital, Empress is used as the title of an empress, placed before her name – often just the given name. Empress or The Empress can further refer to:

                                               

George Harvey

George Harvey may refer to: George Harvey British politician 1870–1939, British Conservative MP for Kennington 1924–1929, 1931–1939 George Harvey The Lovely Bones, fictional serial killer in Alice Sebolds 2002 novel The Lovely Bones George Harvey ...

                                               

Peter Petersen

Pete or Peter Petersen may refer to: Peter J. K. Petersen 1821–1896, Norwegian businessperson Peter Christian Petersen 1791–1853, Norwegian naval officer Peter Petersen born 1767 1767–1850, Norwegian mining engineer, ironworks manager and politic ...