William Good

(1527—1586) Jesuit

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William Charles Good (1876—1967)

SMITH, William Good - Miniaturist

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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