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House of Gold


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Liam O'Flaherty (1897—1984) novelist and short-story writer

 

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House of Gold, The

GOLDING, Thomas (1860 - 1937), Elder Brother of Trinity House

Oxford World's Classics: Plautus: Four Comedies: The Braggart Soldier; The Brothers Menaechmus; The Haunted House; The Pot of Gold The Braggart Soldier; The Brothers Menaechmus; The Haunted House; The Pot of Gold

214 By the King. A Proclamation for repeal of certain Letters Patents, Commissions, and Proclamations, concerning Inns, Ale-houses, and the Manufacture of Gold and Silver Thread. [Westminster 30 March 1621]

Hugh Thomas. Rivers of Gold: The Rise of the Spanish Empire, from Columbus to Magellan. New York: Random House. 2003. Pp. xxi, 696. $35.00

JOLL, Cecil Augustus (died 1945), Senior Surgeon to the Royal Free Hospital and Lecturer on Surgery; Senior Surgeon to the Miller Hospital; Senior Surgeon to Royal Cancer Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Royal Bucks Hospital, St Luke’s Hospital, Melton Mowbray Hospital, Welwyn Garden City Hospital, Thames Ditton Cottage Hospital, The Manor House Hospital, Golders Green, and to the Horton Hospital, Epsom; Hunterian Professor, Royal College of Surgeons, 1923 and 1939, and Member of Council, 1939

GOODMAN, Robert Gwelo (died 1939), South African artist; Medallist, Julian’s Schools, Paris. Member Pastel Society; Exhibitor at Salon, RA; Ten panels painted for Union Government of South Africa for vestibule of library at South Africa House, 1943; Room for Princess Alice in Kensington Palace decorated with 8 panel pictures of South Africa, 1930; six water colours, two oils, one pastel, purchased by Chamber of Mines for Johannesburg Art Gallery; Kanakoutes, purchased by Grahamstown Gallery; Schoengezicht, 1922, purchased by Durban Gallery; gold medal for group of pastels, San Francisco, 1915; King George V Jubilee Medal, 1935; King George VI Coronation Medal, 1937

 

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(1929), a novel by Liam O'Flaherty set in ‘Barra’ (Galway), covering one frantic day in the lives of four characters whose fate is suggested by a three-part division into Passion ...

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