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Edmund Hector (1708—1794) surgeon

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Hector Berlioz (1803—1869) composer and conductor

Hector Boece (c. 1465—1536) historian and college head

Hector Bolitho (1898—1974) writer

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Hector Charlesworth (1872—1945)

Hector Davies Morgan (1785—1850) Church of England clergyman

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Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau (1913—1943)

Hector Dufranne (1871—1951)

Hector Elizondo (b. 1936)

Hector Gavin (1815—1855) sanitary reformer

Hector Guimard (1867—1942)

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Héctor Horeau (1801—1872)

Hector Hyppolite (1894—1948)

Hector James Wright Hetherington (1888—1965) university administrator


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A vessel chartered by John Ross, an agent for the Philadelphia Company, to carry a party of Highland emigrants from Lochbroom to Pictou, Nova Scotia. Most of the passengers, who ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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