Some articles on edward, edwards:
... Charles Krause George Mayer Robert Maysack Philip Schuster Edward Siegler 1908 London details Sweden (SWE) Gösta Åsbrink Carl Bertilsson Hjalmar ...
1810 Whalebone Bill Clift Robert Robson 3rd Duke of Grafton 1811 Phantom Frank Buckle James Edwards Sir John Shelley 1812 Octavius Bill Arnull Dixon Boyce Robert Ladbroke 1813 Smolensko Tom Goodisson ... Robert Robson John Udny 1824 Cedric Jem Robinson James Edwards Sir John Shelley 1825 Middleton Jem Robinson James Edwards 5th Earl of Jersey 1826 Lap-dog George ... Egremont 1827 Mameluke Jem Robinson James Edwards 5th Earl of Jersey 1828 Cadland Jem Robinson Dixon Boyce 5th Duke of Rutland 00 dh 1829 Frederick John Forth John Forth William Gratwicke 1830 Priam Sam Day ...
1820 St Patrick Bob Johnson John Lonsdale Sir Edward Smith 1821 Jack Spigot Bill Scott Isaac Blades Thomas Orde-Powlett 1822 Theodore John Jackson James Croft Edward ... of Westminster 1835 Queen of Trumps Tommy Lye John Blenkhorn Edward Lloyd-Mostyn 1836 Elis John Barham Day John Doe Lord George Bentinck 1837 Mango Sam Day, Jr ... Job Marson Bob Johnson Samuel Wrather 1844 Faugh-a-Ballagh Henry Bell John Forth Edward John Irwin 1845 The Baron Frank Butler John Scott George Watts 1846 Sir Tatton Sykes Bill Scott William Oates Bill Scott 1847 ...
Famous quotes containing the words edward and/or alfred:
“we carry home as prizes
Funny bugs, of handy sizes,
Just to give the day a scientific tone.”
—Charles Edward Carryl (18411920)
“Not out of those, on whom systems of education have exhausted their culture, comes the helpful giant to destroy the old or to build the new, but out of unhandselled savage nature, out of terrible Druids and Berserkirs, come at last Alfred and Shakespeare.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)