William Good

(1527—1586) Jesuit

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William Charles Good (1876—1967)

Good, William (1527-1586), Jesuit

Good, William Charles (1876–1967)

Of “Good Laws” & “Good Men:” Law and Society in the Delaware Valley, 1680–1710. By William M. Offutt, Jr. Urbana: Ill.: University of Illinois Press, 1995. 340 pp. $39.95

The White Man's Burden: Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good. By William Easterly

ROBINSON, William Good (born 1919), Deputy Secretary, Department of the Civil Service, Northern Ireland, 1978–80, retired

GREENLAND, William Kingscote (1868 - 1957), Formerly Editor of Good Lines, Commercial Travellers Magazine, until 1950; Correspondent to Methodist Recorder, etc

William M. Offutt, Jr.. Of “Good Laws” and “Goodmen”: Law and Society in the Delaware Valley, 1680–1710. Champaign: University of Illinois Press. 1995. Pp. xi, 340. $39.95

Good Kids from Bad Neighborhoods: Successful Development in Social Context By Delbert S. Elliott, Scott Menard, Bruce Rankin, Amanda Elliott, William Julius Wilson and David Huizinga Cambridge University Press. 2006. 397 pages. $27.95 paper

Land in the American West: Private Claims and the Common Good. Ed. by William G. Robbins and James C. Foster. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000. xii, 222 pp. Paper, $20.00, isbn 0-295-98020-6.)

Edward Gale Agran. “Too Good a Town”: William Allen White, Community, and the Emerging Rhetoric of Middle America. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press. 1998. Pp. 239. Cloth $30.00, paper $15.00

RITCHIE, William (1854 - 1931), Professor of Latin and Classical Philology, University of Cape Town (formerly South African College), 1902–30; Vice-Chancellor University of Cape of Good Hope, 1913–16

DAVIS, William Morris (1850 - 1934), Sturgis-Hooper Professor of Geology, Emeritus, Harvard University, USA; SD, University, Cape of Good Hope, 1905, Melbourne, 1914; PhD, Universities of Griefswald, 1906, and Christiania, 1911

Just the Facts: How “Objectivity” Came to Define American Journalism. By David T. Z. Mindich. New York, A Creed for My Profession: Walter Williams, Journalist to the World. By Ronald T. Farrar. Columbia and “Too Good a Town”: William Allen White, Community, and the Emerging Rhetoric of Middle America. By Edward Gale Agran. Fayetteville

BLACK, William George (1857 - 1932), Member of Panel of ex-Officers Employment Bureau, Clement’s Inn; Vice-Chairman of St Mungo’s College, Glasgow; Chairman of Ophthalmic Institution, Glasgow; a Trustee of the Navy League; Member of Executive Committee of Navy League, and Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch; Ex-President of Glasgow Archæological Society; local Secretary for Scotland of Society of Antiquaries of London; late Member of Council of Congress of Archæological Societies, London; late Member of Committee of Management of Philip Stott College (Unionist Association); Chairman of Glasgow Good Government League; Member of Council of Scottish Branch of British Red Cross Society; JP

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