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... You will see that Sir Edward Coke, that great oracle of our law, and indeed all the great men who follow him, to Blackstone, are industrious to prove the pedigree of our liberties ... said, no, Sir, not more than usual—You have and very well employed too, but there are none so deaf as those that w'ont hear, and none so blind as those that w'ont see— made a ... It is said Lord Stair—Your Majesty's adopting it, Sir, will make the opinion general, said —I know it is the general opinion, and I know that there is no Man who calls himself a Gentleman that must not think ...
... Sir Henry Spencer Moreton Havelock-Allan, 2nd Baronet DL (30 January 1872 – 28 October 1953) was a Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom ... Havelock-Allan was born at Blackwell Grange, the eldest son of Sir Henry Havelock-Allan ... Whilst still an MP, Havelock-Allan joined the 17th Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers and fought in France in the First World War, where he was wounded in ...
... of Scottish nobles, led by Balliol and Henry Beaumont, known as the 'Disinherited.' This group of nobles had supported the English in the First War and, after Bannockburn ... At the Battle of Dupplin Moor, Balliol's army, commanded by Henry Beaumont, defeated the larger Scottish force ... When the slaughter was finally over, the Earl of Mar, Sir Robert Bruce (an illegitimate son of Robert the Bruce), many nobles and around 2,000 Scots had ...
... Sir David Attenborough (born 1926), English natural history presenter and anthropologist ... James Henry Breasted (1865–1935), American archaeologist and historian ... Henry Cavendish (1731–1810), British scientist ...
Famous quotes containing the words sir henry, sir and/or henry:
“O glorious Life, Who dwellest in earth and sun,
I have lived, I praise and adore Thee.
A sword swept.
Over the pass the voices one by one
Faded, and the hill slept.”
—Sir Henry Newbolt (18621938)
“We are as near to heaven by sea as by land.”
—Humphrey, Sir Gilbert (c.15371583)
“If a man cannot see a church, it is preposterous to take his opinion about its altar-piece or painted window.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)