Christopher Addison

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Addison (name) - Surname
... Addison Family name Pronunciation AD-ih-sun Region of origin Scotland Adele Addison (born 1925), American lyric soprano Albert Christopher Addison (1862–1935), English writer Sir Albert Addison (187 ... Addison (1952–2004), American television and film director and producer Bob Addison (1908–unknown), Australian rules footballer Charles Greenstreet Addison (died 1866), English barrister and ... Addison (1920–2003), American author and humorist Henry Addison (1821–1887), English soldier, recipient of the Victoria Cross Jim Addison (born 1884), Australian rules footballer John Addison (d ...
United Kingdom Coalition Government (1916–1922) - List of Ministers
... William Fisher 28 June 1917 Conservative Sir Auckland Geddes 4 November 1918 Conservative Christopher Addison 10 January 1919 Liberal Board became Ministry of Health 24 June 1919 Parliamentary Secretary to the. 16 November 1918 office abolished 10 January 1919 Minister of Munitions Christopher Addison 10 December 1916 Liberal Winston Churchill 17 July 1917 Liberal The Lord Inverforth 10 January 1919. 1919 Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Bt 10 January 1919 – 13 February 1921 Conservative Christopher Addison 1 April 1921 – 14 July 1921 Liberal Minister of ...
Christopher Addison, 2nd Viscount Addison
... Christopher Addison, 2nd Viscount Addison (8 December 1904 – 18 November 1976) was a British peer ... The son of Christopher Addison, 1st Viscount Addison, he succeeded the viscountcy on the death of his father in 1951 ... Lord Addison married Brigit Helen Christine Williams (d.1980), on 10 September 1928, with whom he had the following children Hon ...

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    That he delights in the misery of others no man will confess, and yet what other motive can make a father cruel?
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