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Tanner Cup - List of Winners
... epidemic 1949 William Nalder 1950 Des Townson 1951 Jimmy Gilpin 1952 Jimmy Gilpin 1953 Jimmy Gilpin 1954 M ...
Gilpin Railroad - Gilpin Tramway Company - Opposition
... The Gilpin was in direct competition to the various teamster outfits ... Central to lay a third rail through Black Hawk (creating a dual gauge track) to allow the Gilpin to reach its various mills and smelters ... Mayor William Fick, associated with many of the teamsters, fought to stop the Gilpin from coming through 'his' town ...
Charles Sidney Gilpin - Career
... In 1896 at age 18, Gilpin joined a minstrel show, leaving Richmond and beginning a life on the road that lasted for many years ... In 1903, Gilpin joined Hamilton, Ontario's Canadian Jubilee Singers ... Gilpin worked with Rogers and Creamer’s Old Man’s Boy Company in New York ...
The Gunsaulus Mystery - Plot
... Arthur Gilpin, the African-American janitor who discovered the body, is arrested and charged with her murder ... her former boyfriend, the attorney Sidney Wyeth (Lawrence Chenault), to defend Gilpin in court ... During the trial, Wyeth redirects attention for the murder away from Gilpin to Anthony Brisbane, a white man with a history of sexual deviancy ...
Steve Gilpin
... Steve Gilpin (28 April 1949 – 6 January 1992) was a New Zealand-born vocalist best known for his work in the rock band Mi-Sex ... Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Gilpin began his career as a cabaret singer in hotels ... In 1976 Gilpin met with progressive rock band Father Thyme at the Awapuni Hotel, and suggested that they work together in the future ...

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    A river seems a magic thing. A magic, moving, living part of the very earth itself—for it is from the soil, both from its depth and from its surface, that a river has its beginning.
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    Now let us sing, Long live the king,
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    William Cowper (1731–1800)