Hamilton

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James Hamilton, 1st Duke Of Abercorn
... James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Abercorn KG PC (21 January 1811 – 31 October 1885), styled Viscount Hamilton from 1814 to 1818 and the Marquess of Abercorn from 1818 to 1868 ... In 1860, The Times noted that Hamilton was one of only three to hold peerages in all three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland ...
John Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Marquess Of Aberdeen And Temair
... John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair KT GCMG GCVO PC (3 August 1847 – 7 March 1934), known as The Earl of Aberdeen from 1870 to 1916, was a Scottish politician ... Born in Edinburgh, Hamilton-Gordon held office in several countries, serving twice as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (1886 1905–1915) and serving from 1893 to 1898 as the seventh ...
Hamilton, New York - Communities and Locations in Hamilton
... Beekman Corners – A location between Hamilton village and East Hamilton ... Darts Corner – A location between Hamilton village and East Hamilton ... East Hamilton – A hamlet on Route 12, east of Hamilton village ...
George Hamilton IV - Biography
... Hamilton was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina ... a 19-year-old student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Hamilton recorded "A Rose and a Baby Ruth" for Chapel Hill record label, Colonial Records ... B-side of the record, "If You Don't Know", revealed Hamilton's ambitions to be a rockabilly-country singer ...
Hamilton Academical F.C.
... Hamilton Academical Football Club, often known as Hamilton Accies, or The Accies, are a Scottish football club from Hamilton in South Lanarkshire ... They were established in 1874 from the school football team at Hamilton Academy ...

Famous quotes containing the word hamilton:

    Word’s gane to the kitchen,
    And word’s gane to the ha’,
    That Marie Hamilton gangs wi’ bairn
    To the hichest Stewart of a’.
    —Unknown. Mary Hamilton (l. 1–4)

    The anthropologists are busy, indeed, and ready to transport us back into the savage forest where all human things ... have their beginnings; but the seed never explains the flower.
    —Edith Hamilton (1867–1963)

    Through Plato Aristotle came to believe in God, but Plato never attempted to prove His reality. Aristotle had to do so. Plato contemplated Him; Aristotle produced arguments to demonstrate Him. Plato never defined Him, but Aristotle thought God through logically and concluded with entire satisfaction to himself that He was the Unmoved Mover.
    —Edith Hamilton (1867–1963)