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‘That Little Company of Angels’: The Tragedies of Children's Deaths

Children's Rights: The Potential Impact of Private Military and Security Companies

The Jacobean Royal Children’s Companies: The Duke of York’s/Prince Charles’s (I) Company, and the Lady Elizabeth’s Men

The Early Boy Companies: Westminster, Merchant Taylors’, and Eton Schools; Windsor Chapel, the Chapel Royal Children, and the First Paul’s Chapel Children

FIELD, (Agnes) Mary (1896 - 1968), Children’s Programme Consultant to ABC and ATV Television Companies, since 1959

God's Wrathful Children: Political Oppression and Christian Ethics. By Willa Boesak. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995. 264 pp. $16.99

DOUGLAS, William Scott (1890 - 1953), American Medal of Freedom with gold palm, 1947; Company Director, Chairman of Council, Wycombe Abbey School; Chairman, The Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street

WHIPHAM, Thomas Rowland Charles (1871 - 1945), Liveryman of the Goldsmith’s Company; late Physician Evelina Hospital for Children; Assistant Physician and Physician in charge of the Children’s Department the Prince of Wales’ Hospital; Physician to the Legal and General Life Assurance Society; Lecturer at NE London Post-Graduate Medical College; Assistant Physician to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

Children of the Sun: A History of Humanity's Unappeasable Appetite for Energy. By Alfred W. Crosby. New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 2006. xv + 192 pp. Illustrations, bibliography, and index. Cloth $23.95

CARMICHAEL, Norman Scott (1883 - 1951), Surgeon Apothecary to the Palace of Holyroodhouse; member of the Royal Company of Archers’, King’s Bodyguard for Scotland; Consulting Physician to Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

BEHRENS, Edgar Charles (1885 - 1975), Chairman, Craig Convalescent Home for Children, Morecambe, 1927–67; Director (previously Chairman): Sir Jacob Behrens & Sons Ltd, Bradford, Manchester and Hong Kong; Francis Willey (British Wools, 1935) Ltd, Bradford, and other textile companies in Manchester


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Rosencrantz's speech about ‘an eyrie of children, little eyases’ (Hamlet 2.2.340) was probably written in 1606–8 and refers to the Blackfriars Boys company whose success—and the politically dangerous drama it ...

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