Lord Arthur

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LGBT History In The United Kingdom - 19th Century
... Hyde and Woodmansee (a case of polygamy), Lord Penzance's judgment began "Marriage as understood in Christendom is the voluntary union for life of one man and one woman, to the exclusion of all ... The indictment was against Lord Arthur Clinton, Ernest Boulton, Frederic Park, Louis Hurt, John Fiske, Martin Gumming, William Sommerville and C.H ... Lord Arthur Clinton killed himself before his trial ...
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime And Other Stories - Contents - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
... The main character, Lord Arthur Savile, is introduced by Lady Windermere to Mr Septimus R ... Lord Arthur wants to marry, but decides he has no right to do so until he has committed the murder ... Pretending it is medicine, Lord Arthur gives her a capsule of poison, telling her to take it only when she has an attack of heartburn ...
Music Based On The Works Of Oscar Wilde - List of Works - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
... Short story Composer Title Genre Date Notes Geoffrey Bush Lord Arthur Savile's Crime opera 1972 premiered London, Guildhall School of Music, 5 December 1972 Edwin Carr Lord ...
Epsom Derby - Winners
02 1837 ... Phosphorus George Edwards John Doe Lord Berners 1838 Amato Jem Chapple Ralph Sherwood Sir Gilbert Heathcote 1839 Bloomsbury Sim Templeman William Ridsdale William Ridsdale 1840 ... Frédéric de Lagrange 1866 ... Lord Lyon Harry Custance James Dover Richard Sutton 1867 ... Hermit John Daley G. 1 158.2 238.2 1931 Cameronian Freddie Fox Fred Darling Arthur Dewar 00.75 ¾ 156.6 236.6 1932 April the Fifth Fred Lane Tom Walls Tom Walls 00.75 ¾ 163.2 243.2 ...
Lord Arthur Somerset (1780–1816)
... Lord Arthur John Henry Somerset (12 February 1780 – 18 April 1816), English politician, was the sixth son of Henry Somerset, 5th Duke of Beaufort ... Lord Arthur married his first cousin, Hon ... Arthur Edward Somerset (28 August 1813 – 9 September 1853), married his first cousin, Hon ...

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    When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
    —Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930)

    Combativeness was, I suppose, the dominant trait in my grandmother’s nature. An aggressive churchgoer, she was quite without Christian feeling; the mercy of the Lord Jesus had never entered her heart. Her piety was an act of war against Protestant ascendancy. ...The teachings of the Church did not interest her, except as they were a rebuke to others ...
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