John Spencer - Earls

Earls

  • John Spencer, 1st Earl Spencer (1734–1783), MP for Warwick 1756–1761
  • John Spencer, 3rd Earl Spencer (1782–1845), British politician
  • John Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer (1835–1910), British politician
  • John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer (1924–1992), father of Diana, Princess of Wales

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    If the Christ were content with humble toilers for disciples, that wasn’t good enough for our Bert. He wanted dukes’ half sisters and belted earls wiping his feet with their hair; grand apotheosis of the snob, to humiliate the objects of his own awe by making them venerate him.
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    It is not stressful circumstances, as such, that do harm to children. Rather, it is the quality of their interpersonal relationships and their transactions with the wider social and material environment that lead to behavioral, emotional, and physical health problems. If stress matters, it is in terms of how it influences the relationships that are important to the child.
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