Notable people with the surname Harte include:

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Chris Harte
... Chris Harte is an American newspaper executive and publisher ... Persondata Name Harte, Chris Alternative names Short description American publisher and business executive Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death ...
And Listen To My Song
... And Listen To My Song is the third LP released by traditional Irish singer Frank Harte ... plateau of excellence achieved and maintained by Frank Harte of Dublin' according to Geordie McIntyre ... that are a characteristic of any Frank Harte album ...
Harte - Other
... Chris Harte, American newspaper publisher Edward H ... Harte, (1922–2011), American newspaper executive, journalist, philanthropist, and conservationist, son of Houston Henry Hickman Harte (1790–1848), Irish ...
Leanne Harte
... Leanne Harte is an Irish singer-songwriter ... Harte has been fronting her own band since she was in her mid-teens ... On the weekend of 19–22 August 2011, Leanne Harte flew over to Germany for her first time ...

Famous quotes containing the word harte:

    Which I wish to remark—
    And my language is plain—
    That for ways that are dark
    And for tricks that are vain,
    The heathen Chinee is peculiar:
    Which the same I would rise to explain.
    —Bret Harte (1836–1902)

    I reside at Table Mountain, and my name is Truthful James;
    I am not up to small deceit, or any sinful games;
    And I’ll tell in simple language what I know about the row
    That broke up our society upon the Stanislow.
    But first I would remark, that it is not a proper plan
    For any scientific man to whale his fellow-man,
    —Bret Harte (1836–1902)

    In his sleeves, which were long,
    He had twenty-four packs,—
    Which was coming it strong,
    Yet I state but the facts;
    And we found on his nails, which were taper,
    What is frequent in tapers,—that’s wax.
    —Bret Harte (1836–1902)