Sir Thomas Smith

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Ministers To Elizabeth I
... From the beginning of the reign the chief minister was Sir William Cecil, later Lord Burghley ... He died in 1598 and was succeeded by his son Sir Robert Cecil ... Chancellor Lord Keeper of the Great Seal Sir Nicholas Bacon 1558 Sir Thomas Bromley 1579 Sir Christopher Hatton 1587 in commission 1591 Sir John Puckering 1592 Sir Thomas Egerton 1596 ...
Thomas Smith (diplomat)
... Sir Thomas Smith (23 December 1513 – 12 August 1577) was an English scholar and colonialist diplomat ... In 1540 Smith went abroad, and, after studying in France and Italy and taking a degree of law at the University of Padua, returned to Cambridge in 1542 ... He and his friend, Sir John Cheke, were the great classical scholars of the time in England ...
List Of Winners And Shortlisted Authors Of The Booker Prize For Fiction - Shortlists
... In a Free State Deutsch John Gross Saul Bellow John Fowles Lady Antonia Fraser Philip Toynbee Thomas Kilroy The Big Chapel Faber Faber Doris Lessing ... Bowen Susan Hill The Bird of Night Hamish Hamilton Thomas Keneally The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith Angus Robertson David Storey Pasmore Longman 1973 J ... Dust John Murray Angus Wilson Peter Ackroyd Susan Hill Roy Fuller Thomas Keneally Gossip from the Forest Collins 1976 David Storey Saville Jonathan Cape Walter Allen Mary Wilson Francis King Andr ...

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    Sir Thomas More (1478–1535)

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