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George Dawson

George Robert Dawson 1790–1856, Anglo-Irish Tory politician George Oscar Dawson 1825–1865, Georgia politician and Confederate officer George Walker Wesley Dawson 1858–1936, Canadian politician George Dawson Northern Ireland politician 1961–2007, ...

Prati (disambiguation)

Prati can refer to: Prati, neighborhood in Rome Prati di Tivo, frazione in Pietracamela, Teramo Surnames Gioacchino Prati 1790-1863, Italian revolutionary and patriot Pamela Prati born 1958, Italian actress and showgirl Giovanni Prati 1815-1884, ...

Democratic Republican (disambiguation)

The Democratic-Republican Party is the modern name for a US political party that existed from 1791 to 1825. Democratic Republican may also refer to: Democratic Republican Party South Korea Democratic Republican Alliance, a French political party ...

Corse (disambiguation)

Cap Corse, a peninsula in northern Corsica Corse department, a former department of France 1790–1793, 1811–1976 Corse, Gloucestershire, England, a village

Patrick Miller

Patrick Miller may refer to: Patrick Miller cricketer 1907–1993, English cricketer Patrick Miller politician died 1845, Scottish soldier and politician, MP for Dumfries Burghs 1790–96 Patrick Miller artist born 1976, American artist Patrick Mille ...

Montagnard

Montagnard may refer to: Montagnard French Revolution, members of The Mountain La Montagne, a political group during the French Revolution 1790s Montagnard 1848 revolution, members of the political group The Mountain La Montagne of the Second Fre ...

John Frederick

John Frederick may refer to: John Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Weimar 1600–1628, Duke of Saxe-Weimar John Frederick, Count Palatine of Sulzbach-Hilpoltstein 1587–1644 John T. Frederick 1893–1975, literary editor, scholar, critic, and novelist John Fre ...

Thomas Greenwood

Thomas Greenwood may refer to: Thomas E. Greenwood 1859–1934, Canadian farmer, grain dealer and political figure Thomas B. Greenwood 1872–1946, Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas Thomas Greenwood activist 1908–1988, American labor and Indian a ...

Luis Fernandez Noseret

Luis Fernandez Noseret was a Spanish engraver who studied with Manuel Salvador Carmona at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando.

Charlie Barnett

Charlie Barnett may refer to: Charlie Barnett actor born 1988, American actor Charles James Barnett 1796–1882, English politician and cricketer Charles John Barnett 1790–1856, British Army officer and diplomat Charles Barnett cricketer, born 1884 ...

Queen of the Night

Epiphyllum oxypetalum Selenicereus grandiflorus Queen of the night, Night-blooming cereus, several genera and species of cactus, especially Queen of the night, Cestrum nocturnum, a woody evergreen commonly known as night-blooming cestrum Reina de ...

Tom Jennings (disambiguation)

Tom Jennings is an American artist and technician, creator of FidoNet. Tom or Thomas Jennings may also refer to: Tom Jennings cricketer 1896–1972, English cricketer Tom Jennings pool player born 1951, American pool player and mathematics professo ...

Wild Oats

Wild Oats or wild oat may refer to: Avena sterilis, wild oat or wild red oat Avena fatua, common wild oat Avena, a genus of grasses collectively known as the oats Uvularia sessilifolia or wild oats, a bellwort Wild Oats XI, a maxi yacht Wild Oats ...

Henry Dawson

Henry Dawson may refer to: Henry B. Dawson 1821–1889, English-born American historian Henry Richard Dawson 1792–1840, Church of Ireland priest and antiquarian Henry Dawson artist 1811–1878, English landscape painter Henry Ward Dawson 1890–1963, A ...

John Cummins

John Cummins may refer to: John R. Cummins, builder of John R. Cummins Farmhouse, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, NRHP-listed John Cummins Canadian politician born 1942, Canadian politician John Cummins union organiser 1948–2006, Australian labour leade ...

Bangalore (disambiguation)

Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. Bangalore may also refer to: SS Bangalore 1928 ship, a steamer belong to the Hain Steamship Company Bangalore torpedo, an explosive charge placed on the end of a long, extendable tube Ban ...

Duchess Marie

Duchess Marie may refer to: Marie, Duchess of Anhalt Duchess Marie Elisabeth of Saxony Duchess Marie Louise of Parma 1791–1847, Archduchess of Austria Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg 1878–1918, eldest daughter of Adolf Friedrich V, Grand Duke of Mec ...

Baron Douglas

Baron Douglas may refer to: Baron Douglas of Baads created 1911 in the Peerage of Great Britain, a subsidiary title held by Viscount Chilston Baron Douglas of Barloch created 1950 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Baron Douglas of Lochleven cr ...

Nevfidan Kadın

She was the senior consort of Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II. In 1809 she gave birth to Fatma Sultan, Mahmud II’s first child. On 7 January 1815 she gave birth to Emine Sultan and Sehzade Osman. She was the second consort of Sultan Mahmud who underwent ...

Mont Blanc (disambiguation)

Mont Blanc massif Mont Blanc de Courmayeur, in the Italian part of the Mont Blanc massif, is the second-highest peak in the Alps Mont Blanc de Cheilon, a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland Mountains in the Alps The lunar mountain Mont Bl ...

William Hutchins (disambiguation)

William Hutchins was an English churchman and academic. William Hutchins may also refer to: William Henry Hutchins 1843–1898, Canadian merchant and political figure William John Hutchins born 1939, English linguist and information scientist Willi ...

Boston Library

Boston Library may refer to: In Massachusetts, USA: the Boston Public Library, McKim Building, a branch of the Boston Public Library The Boston Public Library, Boston Medical Library, the largest academic medical library in the world. Combined wi ...

William H. Smith

William H. Smith may refer to: William Hugh Smith 1826–1899, Governor of Alabama William Henry Smith Canadian politician 1826–1890, lawyer and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada William H. Smith Connecticut 1842–1915, warden of the Borough o ...

Marc Kocher

Marc Kocher is a Swiss architect. He is considered a representative of New Urbanism, an architectural current that seeks to combine contemporary building with elements of classic European urban architecture.

James Burt

James Burt may refer to: James C. Burt 1921–2012, American gynecologist who performed unconsented "love surgeries" James Burt cricketer 1792–1858, English amateur cricketer Jim Burt American football born 1959, professional American football play ...

David Burton

David Burton may refer to: David Burton botanist died 1792, botanist and surveyor in early colonial New South Wales David Burton lawyer, professor at University of Maryland and partner of The Argus Group, see Americans For Fair Taxation David Bur ...

Aloïs Simon

Aloïs Jacques Victor Marie Simon was a Belgian historian, professor at the University Faculty of Saint-Louis in Brussels, with a particular interest in 19th-century Belgian Church history from the perspective of Church–State relations and interna ...

Henry Bruce

Henry Bruce may refer to: Henry Bruce Royal Navy officer, born 1792 1792–1863, British admiral Henry Bruce Australian politician 1884–1958, Queensland and Federal Australian politician Henry James Bruce 1880–1951, British diplomat and author Sir ...

Chermside

Chermside may refer to: People Herbert Chermside 1850–1929, British general and governor of Queensland, Australia Robert Alexander Chermside 1792–1860, British physician Places Chermside, Queensland, a major suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queens ...

Tiradentes (disambiguation)

Tiradentes do Sul, a municipality in the state Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Tiradentes, Minas Gerais, a city in the state Minas Gerais, Brazil Tiradentes São Paulo Metro, a station on Line 1 Blue of the São Paulo Metro

Thomas Fisher

Thomas Fisher may refer to: Thomas Cathrew Fisher 1871–1929, Anglican colonial bishop Thomas Fisher antiquary 1772–1836, English antiquary Thomas Fisher MP died 1577, English politician Thomas Fisher Upper Canada 1792–1874, English-Canadian road ...

Trois-Rivieres (disambiguation)

Trois-Rivieres means three rivers in French and may refer to: in Canada Trois-Rivieres, historically the collective name for the Petitcodiac River, the Memramcook River, and the Shepody Bay in New Brunswick. Trois-Rivieres, the largest city in th ...

Nils Christensen (disambiguation)

Nils Christensen or Kristensen may refer to: Niels Christiansen born 1966, Danish businessman, CEO of Lego Niels Kristensen rower born 1920, Danish rower Niels Kristensen born 1988, Danish footballer midfielder Niels Christensen 1865–1952, Danish ...

Clarendon (1792 ship)

Clarendon was built at Lancaster in 1792 as a West Indiaman. She spent most of her career sailing between England and Jamaica. She then became a transport based out of Hull. She wrecked on 7 April 1815 while bringing prisoners as a cartel from Be ...

Furstenau

Furstenau may refer to: Furstenau Altenberg a quarter Ortsteil in Altenberg, Saxony Furstenau Samtgemeinde, a municipality in the district of Osnabruck, in Lower Saxony, Germany Furstenau, Lower Saxony, a city in Lower Saxony, Germany Furstenau, ...

Barbara (1799 ship)

Barbara was built in France in 1792. The Royal Navy captured her circa 1798, gave her a thorough repair in one of their yards, but then sold her. She sailed on one voyage as a West Indiaman. She then became a whaler in the British Southern Whale ...

Last Roman Emperor (disambiguation)

The Last Roman Emperor was a legendary figure in medieval Christian eschatology. Last Roman Emperor may also refer to: Constantine VI r. 780–797, last emperor to be contemporaneously recognized universally as Roman Emperor Romulus Augustulus r. 4 ...

Andrew Ellis (disambiguation)

Andrew Ellis is a New Zealand rugby union player. Andrew or Andy Ellis may also refer to: Andy Ellis basketball born 1980, American basketball player previously active in the Japanese bj league Andy Ellis bassist, bassist of American metal band A ...

Saint-Maurice

Saint-Maurice, a community within Wellington Parish, New Brunswick Saint-Maurice electoral district, a former federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons, in Quebec 1867–1896, 1968–2004 Saint-Maurice, Quebec, a parish municipal ...

Jewish Legion (disambiguation)

The term Jewish legion was used in different historical contexts: The Jewish Legion 1917–1919, a name used to refer to battalions of the Royal Fusiliers of the British Army that fought in World War I The Jewish Cavalry Regiment 1792–1794, command ...

John Work

John Work may refer to: John Wesley Work, Jr. 1871–1925, American song collector and choral director John Work House and Mill Site, historic gristmill in Charlestown, Indiana John Work fur trader 1792–1861, chief factor in Hudsons Bay Company and ...

Olio

Olio may refer to: The Olio, a book of essays, poetry and other short pieces by Francis Grose, first published in 1792 olio musical number, meaning a short dance or song performed as musical encore after the performance of a dramatic play. This w ...

Buckingham House, Pall Mall

Buckingham House in Pall Mall, London was a residence of the Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos, designed by the Neoclassical architect Sir John Soane in 1790. Soane employed the Palladian style for the three-storey-high frontage. The construction w ...

Albert Tate Jr.

Albert A. Tate Jr., was a long-serving Louisiana judge. A Democrat, Tate served as a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court in New Orleans, and as a judge of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, also based in New Orleans.

Robert Nisbet (disambiguation)

Robert Nisbet was conservative American sociologist. Robert Nisbet may also refer to: Robert Parry Nisbet 1793–1882, British sheriff and member of parliament Robert Nisbet journalist born 1968, British former journalist, now working as Regional D ...

Warren Davis

Warren Davis may refer to: John Warren Davis judge 1867–1945, American politician and judge Warren R. Davis 1793–1835, American attorney and representative Warren Davis actor, American actor and classic arcade game inventor Warren Davis basketbal ...

Thomas Doyle

Thomas, Tommy or Tom Doyle may refer to: Tommy Doyle baseball born 1996, baseball player Thomas Doyle priest 1793–1879, English Roman Catholic priest A. Thomas Doyle 1917–1989, American racehorse trainer Tommy Doyle Gaelic footballer born 1956, f ...

Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke may refer to: Andrew Clarke, a fictional character from The Breakfast Club Andrew Clarke British Army officer, born 1793 1793–1847, Governor of Western Australia Andy Clarke footballer born 1967, English former footballer Andrew Cla ...

HCS Strombolo (1793 EIC ship)

HCS Strombolo was a ketch launched in 1793 Bombay Dockyard for the Bombay Marine. Later she became a floating battery at Salsette Harbour. She sailed from Bombay in 1809 as part of an expedition against the pirates in the Persian Gulf. She founde ...

Auricular splint

An auricular splint or ear splint is a custom-made medical device that is used to maintain auricular projection and dimensions following second stage auricular reconstruction. The AS is made from ethylene-vinyl acetate, which is typically used to ...