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John Malalas (c. 490—575)

 

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MANSFIELD, Walter (1870 - 1916), Financial Editor of the Daily Chronicle, 1907–15; Echo and Evening Chronicle, 1915; controlled City pages of Westminster Gazette, 1908–12

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The Book of Salsa: A Chronicle of Urban Music from the Caribbean to New York City. By César Miguel Rondón, trans. Frances R. Aparicio and Jackie White. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. xii, 340 pp. Cloth, $59.95, ISBN 978-0-8078-3129-8. Paper, $20.00, ISBN 978-0-8078-5859-2.)

Wakefield, Charles Cheers (1859 - 1941), presented to National Portrait Gallery collection of portraits of British and Empire soldiers and statesmen of the Great War by Orpen and Sargent, 1933; also presented the Orpen Portrait of M. Paul Hymans to the Belgian Nation; purchased and presented to the Prime Minister for the British Museum, Nelson’s personal Log-Book with entries carried to the eve of Trafalgar; also previously presented to the Guildhall Nelson’s Sword of Honour given him with the Freedom of the City; presented early English manuscript, Great Chronicle of London to the Guildhall Library, together with a limited edition of a reprint thereof, 1934; Trustee, The Sir John Soane’s Museum; President Dickens Fellowship, 1927–29; twice President Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund; Chairman, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund; President Aldwych Club, 1925–27; PGW in English Freemasonry; Sheriff of the City of London, 1907–08

 

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Local chronicles form a subdivision of the genre of chronicles; few are known (e.g., Chronicle of Monemvasia). One can hypothesize that some kind of annalistic records were kept in Antioch ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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