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Charles Bright

(1832—1903)


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BRIGHT, Charles (1863 - 1937)

Sir Charles Tilston Bright (1832—1888) telegraph engineer

BRIGHT, Charles Edward (1829 - 1915)

Bright, Charles (1832–1903)

Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren (1850—1934) barrister and industrialist

BRIGHT, Charles (Hart) (1912 - 1983), Chancellor, Flinders University, since 1971

Bright, Sir Charles Tilston (1832-1888), telegraph engineer

[218] Lowbridge Bright, Bristol, to Charles Kelsal, Jamaica 11 July 1774

[65] Articles of Agreement between Henry Bright, Bristol, Francis Bright, Kingston, Charles Hall, Kingston, and Jeremiah Meyler, Kingston 28 May 1751

McLaren, Charles Benjamin Bright, first Baron Aberconway (1850-1934), barrister and industrialist

BRIGHT, Colin Charles (born 1948), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 2006

Mrs. A. H. Bright Swift to Charles Ford1 Dubl. Jun. 30th 1732

Transport Design, A Travel HistoryBright Underground Spaces: The London Tube Station Architecture of Charles Holden

[61] Partnership contract between Francis Bright, Kingston, Charles Hall, Kingston, and Jeremiah Meyler, Bristol 26 February 1751

[79] Articles of Agreement between Francis Bright, Kingston, Robert Whatley, Kingston, Jeremiah Meyler, Kingston, and Charles Hall, Kingston 1 July 1752

The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the “Big House,” 1920–1955. By Charles Bright (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. 362pp.)

The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the “Big House,” 1920–1955. By Charles Bright. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. ix, 326 pp. $47.50, ISBN 0-472-10732-1.)

Charles Bright. The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the “Big House,” 1920–1955. (Law, Meaning, and Violence.) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 1996. Pp. 326. $47.50

M’Laren, Charles Benjamin Bright (1850 - 1934), PC 1908; KC; actively interested in steel, shipbuilding, and colliery undertakings; Chairman of Metropolitan Railway Company, Tredegar Iron and Coal Company, John Brown and Company, and Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Company, and director other colliery companies in the Midlands; owner of considerable estates in Denbighshire, Flintshire, and Carnarvonshire, including the seaside watering-place of Prestatyn

 

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(1832–1903),

born probably Liverpool, England, came to Australia to join the Victorian gold rush at Ballarat but was soon back in Melbourne, where he joined the Argus as a reporter ...

Subjects: Literature.


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