Richard Hall Gower

Captain Richard Hall Gower (1768–1833) was an English mariner, empirical philosopher, nautical inventor, entrepreneur, and humanitarian.

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1980 In Music - Other Significant Singles
... Gary Numan "Carrie" – Cliff Richard "Celebration" – Kool the Gang "Chant Down Babylon" – Bob Marley The Wailers "Chemical Warfare" – Dead Kennedys "Chinatown" – Thin Lizzy "Cities" – Talking ... Tom Waits "Dream About Fun" – Mark White "Dreamin" – Cliff Richard "Drive All Night" – Bruce Springsteen "Drivin' My Life Away" – Eddie ... Me In the Rain" – Barbra Streisand "Kiss on My List" – Hall Oates "Komakino" – Joy Division "Landlord" – Gladys Knight the Pips "The Last of the ...
Richard Hall Gower - Humanitarian
... Captain Gower was a regular contributor, mainly on nautical subjects, to the Suffolk Chronicle under the initials R ... In his last book, published posthumously, Gower reflected on the gigantic advances made in the use of iron and steam ... Gower was correct in pointing to the need for large bunkers, the former vessel had to burn furniture and fittings to complete her record-breaking voyage, while the latter ...
1981 In Music - Other Significant Singles of The Year
... Crying" – Don McLean "The Crusher" – The Cramps "Daddy's Home" – Cliff Richard "Dancing With Myself" – Billy Idol "Days Are OK" – The Motels "Der Kommissar" – Falco "Destroyer ... Creole and the Coconuts "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" – Hall and Oates "I Could Be Happy" – Altered Images "I Don't Need You" – Kenny Rogers "I Don't Wanna Dance ... Adam and the Ants "Kiss is on my List" – Hall and Oates "Labelled With Love" – Squeeze "The Land of Make Believe" – Bucks Fizz "Latin Music" – Kid Creole and the Coconuts "La voix du bon Dieu" – Céline ...

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    Generation on generation, your neck rubbed the windowsill
    of the stall, smoothing the wood as the sea smooths glass.
    —Donald Hall (b. 1928)