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George Burns (disambiguation)

George Burns was an American comedian and actor. George Burns may also refer to: George Burns first baseman 1893–1978, American League baseball player George Burns British Army officer 1911–1997, British general George Burns, 2nd Baron Inverclyde ...

                                               

Peter Wagner

Peter Wagner may refer to: Peter Joseph Wagner 1795–1884, American politician, U.S. Representative from New York Pete Wagner born 1955, political cartoonist, activist, author and caricature artist Peter Wagner social theorist, German social theor ...

                                               

135th

135th may refer to: 135th meridian west, line of longitude across the Arctic Ocean, North America, the Pacific Ocean, the Southern Ocean and Antarctica 135th Quartermaster Company or 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion United States 135th I ...

                                               

John Hurley

John Hurley may refer to: John Hurley 1941–1986, American songwriter John E. Hurley 1906–1992, American politician in Massachusetts John Hurley New South Wales politician, born 1894 1894–1985, member for Albury 1946–1947 John Hurley New South Wal ...

                                               

Dangar

Dangar may refer to: Dangar - Ufo Robo: an arcade game of Nichibutsu inspired by the above Armorhide: a character of Transformers A food preparation from the state of Maharashtra in Western India Dangar Island: an island of Australia Mount Dangar ...

                                               

Princess Charlotte (ship)

Several vessels have been named Princess Charlotte for one of the many Princesses Charlotte: Princess Charlotte 1819 brig was a 60-ton brig 1819 that disappeared in 1820 on a voyage between Hobart Town and Sydney. Princess Charlotte 1796 EIC ship ...

                                               

Oromocto (ship)

Several ships have been named Oromocto for Oromocto, New Brunswick: Oromocto 1796 ship was a snow of 201 tons bm launched at Saint John. She foundered whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to New Brunswick. Her crew were rescued. Oromocto 1838 ship w ...

                                               

Renzong

Renzong is the temple name used for several emperors of China. It may refer to: Ayurbarwada Buyantu Khan 1285–1320, reigned 1311–1320, emperor of the Yuan dynasty Jiaqing Emperor 1760–1820, reigned 1796–1820, emperor of the Qing dynasty Emperor R ...

                                               

Governor Green

Governor Green or Greene may refer to: Warren Green 1869–1945, 13th Governor of South Dakota Dwight H. Green 1897–1958, 30th Governor of Illinois Fred W. Green 1871–1936, 31st Governor of Michigan Theodore F. Green 1867–1966, 57th Governor of Rho ...

                                               

Geology and geological history of California

The geology of California is highly complex, with numerous mountain ranges, substantial faulting and tectonic activity, rich natural resources and a history of both ancient and comparatively recent intense geological activity. The state formed as ...

                                               

Jonathan Condy

Jonathan William Condy was an American lawyer. At the time of his election as Clerk of the United States House of Representatives, he was a politically well connected young law student, and, backed by the Federalists, was elected to the office in ...

                                               

Elisa-Honorine Champin

Elisa-Honorine Champin was a French watercolourist and lithographer who specialised in painting flowers, fruit and vegetables. She studied under Mlle. Riche and exhibited at the Salon under her maiden name, Pitet, from 1833 to 1836. After marryin ...

                                               

William Gross

William Gross, William Gros or Bill Gross may refer to: William le Gros, 1st Earl of Albemarle died 1179, the Count of Aumale Earl of Albemarle, Earl of York, and Lord of Holderness William Gros born 1992, French professional footballer who plays ...

                                               

Roselle (1797 ship)

Roselle was launched at Hull in 1797. She spent much of her career as a West Indiaman, sailing between Leith and Jamaica. An American privateer captured her in 1814 and she wrecked on the Charleston Bar as the prize crew was bringing her to an Am ...

                                               

Camperdown

Australia Camperdown, Victoria, a town in Western Victoria Camperdown, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Canada Camperdown Signal Station, operated 1797–1925, located on Duncans Cove, Nova Scotia England Camperdown, Tyne and Wear, a village in ...

                                               

Wollstonecraft (disambiguation)

Wollstonecraft may refer to: Edward Wollstonecraft 1783–1832, merchant and explorer, nephew of Mary Wollstonecraft Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley 1797–1851, author of Frankenstein, daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft Fanny Imlay, also known as Frances W ...

                                               

Charles Moran

Charles Moran may refer to: Charles Moran baseball 1879–1934, Major League Baseball player Charles Moran railroad executive 1811–1895, American businessman and president of the Erie Railroad Charles Moran racing driver 1906–1978, American racecar ...

                                               

Venetia

Venetia et Histria, one of the ten Augustan regions of Roman Italy Stato da Màr, the sea portion of the Republic Republic of Venice 697–1797, a historical state originating from the city of Venice Domini di Terraferma, its land portion Venice Ven ...

                                               

George Webster

George Webster New Zealand politician died 1875, New Zealand politician George T. Webster active from 2007, Canadian politician in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island George Harry Webster 1869–1933, Mayor of Calgary, 1922–1926

                                               

Studiestræde 24

Studiestræde 24 is a Neoclassical property in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1959. The Red–Green Alliance is based in the building.

                                               

Mantova (disambiguation)

Mantova is the Italian name of the city called Mantua in English. Mantova may also refer to: Mantova Division, an Italian Army unit to be formed in 2014 Mantova Mechanized Brigade, various Italian Army units, the last of which was disbanded in 19 ...

                                               

Nore (disambiguation)

The Nore is a sandbank in the Thames Estuary, England. Nore may also refer to: Geographical features River Nore, Ireland Pic de Nore, a mountain in the south of France Military Nore Mutiny by Royal Navy sailors in 1797 Commander-in-Chief, The Nor ...

                                               

David Baillie Warden

David Baillie Warden was and American diplomat, author, and book-collector born in 1772 at Bally Castle, County Down, Ireland and died on 9 October in Paris, France. He received an M.A. from the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland in 1797. I ...

                                               

Charles Jackson

Charles R. Jackson 1903–1968, American novelist, The Lost Weekend Charles Douglas Jackson 1902–1964, American magazine publisher, adviser to Dwight Eisenhower Charles R. Jackson USMC 1898–1970, American Marine who wrote memoir about three years a ...

                                               

Grand Council

Grand Council may refer to: Grand Council Switzerland, a unicameral legislative style adopted by a number of cantons in Switzerland Grand Council of Fascism, the main body of Mussolinis Fascist government in Italy Grand Council Qing dynasty, an i ...

                                               

Coquette

Coquette may refer to: The Coquette, a 1797 epistolary novel by Hannah Webster Foster Coquettes, several species of hummingbird in the genus Lophornis, and the Racket-tailed coquette in the genus Discosura HMS Coquette, various ships of the Briti ...

                                               

Frederick Augustus

Frederick Augustus may refer to: Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg 1852-1931 Frederick Augustus I, Elector of Saxony 1670–1733, better known as King Frederick August II of Poland Frederick Augustus III, Elector of Saxony 1750–1827, w ...

                                               

Henry Willett

Henry Willett was a wealthy Brighton brewer, and noted collector of ceramics, paintings and fossils. He supported numerous charities and was one of the founders of Brighton Museum. He was an admirer and acquaintance of John Ruskin. Willet was the ...

                                               

Crewe manuscript

The Crewe manuscript is the only manuscript copy of Samuel Taylor Coleridges poem Kubla Khan. It is a holograph manuscript, from some time between the poems composition in 1797 and its publication in 1816. It presumed not to be the first draft of ...

                                               

Polycrates (disambiguation)

Polycrates of Ephesus fl. c. AD 130-196, bishop Polycrates sophist c. 440-370 BC, author of paradoxical encomia and an Accusation of Socrates Polycrates, tyrant of Samos from c. 538 BC to 522 BC Polycrates of Argos

                                               

Naro (disambiguation)

Naro-Fominsk, town and the administrative center of Naro-Fominsky District Naro, Solomon Islands Naro, island and barangay of Cawayan, Masbate, Philippines Naro-Fominsky District, district in Moscow Oblast, Russia Naro, Sicily, Italy Naro Gewog, ...

                                               

Charles Davies

Charles Davies may refer to: Chick Davies basketball 1900–1985, Charles Robinson Davies, American college basketball coach Charles Davies professor 1798–1876, American mathematics professor at United States Military Academy Charles Davies South A ...

                                               

Caze

Caze, Caze, or Cazê may refer to: People Robert La Caze b. 1917, French-born Moroccan racing driver Louis La Caze 1798-1869, French physician and collector of paintings Carlos Jose de Araujo Peccini b. 1968, Brazilian television host who uses the ...

                                               

Battle of Alexandria (disambiguation)

Battle of Alexandria, Raid on Alexandria or Siege of Alexandria, can refer to: Military operations fought in or near the city of Alexandria in Egypt Battle of Alexandria 1801 – fought between British and French forces during the French Revolution ...

                                               

Andrew Leslie

Andrew Leslie may refer to: Andrew Leslie general born 1957, retired Canadian Forces lieutenant general; Canadian politician Andrew Leslie shipbuilder 1818–?, Scottish shipbuilder Andy Leslie footballer Andrew Leslie, 5th Earl of Rothes died 1611 ...

                                               

John Cannon

John Cannon may refer to: Jack Cannon American football 1907–1967, American football player John Q. Cannon 1857–1931, American newspaper editor and general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints John Cannon historian 1926–20 ...

                                               

William Chase

William Chase may refer to: William Merritt Chase 1849–1916, American painter Robert William Chase 1852–1927, British ornithologist William Chase entrepreneur born 1960, founder of the Tyrrells crisp brand William Henry Chase 1798–1870, Florida m ...

                                               

Solano

Solano Avenue, a street in Berkeley and Albany, California, in the United States Solano, New Mexico San Francisco Solano, a town in Almirante Brown Partido, Argentina California State Prison, Solano Solano County, California, in the United States ...

                                               

Elizabeth (1798 ship)

Elizabeth was launched at Hamburg in 1798. British owners purchased her in 1813 as a West Indiaman. she traded with the Mediterranean and elsewhere. She was at the Cape of Good Hope in November 1817 when a group of convicts and army deserters too ...

                                               

Thomas Croft

Thomas Croft rower born 1970, Danish lightweight rower Tom Croft born 1985, English rugby union player Thomas "Tucker" Croft died 1955, Irish footballer

                                               

Herald (1798 ship)

Herald, of Jersey, Thomas Peckslock, master, acquired a letter of marque on 15 January 1798 On 24 February as Herald was entering the Bay of Naples, three French privateers attacked her; in a three-hour action she repelled the attack, inflicting ...

                                               

Saint Theodora

Saint Theodora may refer to: Theodore Guerin 1798–1856, French-American saint, founder of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana Theodora wife of Theophilos born 815, Byzantine Eastern Roman empress in the 9th century Theod ...

                                               

Patriarch Neophytus

Patriarch Neophytus may refer to: Neophytus II of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch in 1597–1602, 1602–1603 and 1607–1612 Neophytus VII of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch in 1789–1794 and 1798–1801 Neophytus IV of Constantinople, Ecumenic ...

                                               

Viale

Juan Manuel Viale born 1981, Argentinian football player Giovanna Viale born 1949, Italian geneticist Spirito Mario Viale born 1882, Italian engineer Luigi Viale born 1978, Italian yacht racer Julien Viale born 1982, French football player Jean-L ...

                                               

Philip de Meldrum

Philip de Meldrum, of Meldrum, Justiciar of Scotia, was an Scottish noble. He was a son of Philippe de Fedarg. Philip was granted the position of Justiciar of Scotia in 1251, which was the most senior legal office in the Kingdom of Scotland. This ...

                                               

James Bacon

James Bacon may refer to: Jim Bacon James Alexander Bacon, 1950–2004, Premier of Tasmania, 1998–2004 Jim Bacon rugby born 1896, rugby union and rugby league footballer Jim Bacon weather forecaster born 1950, BBC weather forecaster James Bacon aut ...

                                               

Iron law

The term iron law is derived from Goethes "great, eternal iron laws" in his poem Das Gottliche, and may refer to: Operation Iron Law, a military operation conducted by the Israel Defense Forces in March 2011 Iron Law painting, a 1984 painting by ...

                                               

Michael Alexander

Michael Alexander or Mike Alexander may refer to: Mike Alexander businessman born 1947, British businessman Mike Alexander musician 1977–2009, former bassist for English thrash metal band, Evile Mike Alexander racing driver born 1957, former NASC ...

                                               

Leander (1799 ship)

Leander was launched on the Thames in 1799. She was captured in 1801 after she had delivered the slaves she had gathered on her first voyage as a slave ship. Leander entered Lloyds List LR in 1799 with Anderson, master, Huggins, owner, and trade ...

                                               

John W. Davis (disambiguation)

John W. Davis may refer to: John William Davis Georgia politician 1916–1992, lawyer and U.S. Representative from Georgia John Davis footballer middle name William, footballer John W. Davis New Jersey politician 1918-2003, Speaker of the New Jerse ...