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Thomas Hull

(1728—1808) actor and playwright


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HULL, Thomas A. (died 1904)

Hull, Thomas (1728–1808)

Hull, Thomas (1728–1808)

HULL, Thomas H. (died 1800), Miniaturist

Hull, Thomas (1728-1808), actor and playwright

29 For Mr Thomas Cotes, At Hull

THOMAS, Harold (1847 - 1917), Recorder of Hull since 1904

31 For my very worthy friend Mr Thomas Coates: these Hull

MARSHALL, Roy Thomas (born 1955), Director of ICT, Hull University, since 2011

FERENS, Thomas Robinson (1847 - 1930), PC 1912; MP (L), East Hull 1906–18

FAIRBAIRN, Douglas Chisholm (1904 - 1987), retired; formerly Director, Thomas Hamling & Co. Ltd, St Andrew’s Dock, Hull

25 For my much respected friend Mr Thomas Holtbee and Mr George Dickinson, Wardens of the worthy Society of the Trinity house At Hull

30 For Mr Thomas Coats, and Mr John Harris, Wardens of the worshipfull Society of the Trinity house, of Kingstone upon Hull

15 For my very worthy friend Mr George Acklam & Mr Thomas Weeton, Wardens to be communicated to the worthy Society of the Trinity House, in Kingston upon Hull

56 For my much respected friends Mr Edward Hodgson & Mr Thomas Coats, Wardens of the worthy Society of the Trinity-house, in Kingstone upon Hull

SHEPPARD, Thomas (1876 - 1945), late Director Municipal Museum, Royal Institution, Museum of Fisheries and Shipping, Mortimer Museum of Archæology, Wilberforce House Museum, Hull, Museum of Transport and Commerce, Railway Museum, and the Folk-Lore Museum at Easington

JESSOP, Thomas Edmund (1896 - 1980), Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Foreign Fellow, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome); Médaille d’honneur, Brussels University; Ferens Professor of Philosophy in the University of Hull, 1928–61, Professor Emeritus since 1961

Friends of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and Agrippa Hull; A Tale of Three Patriots, Two Revolutions, and a Tragic Betrayal of Freedom in the New Nation. By Gary B. Nash and Graham Russell Gao Hodges. (New York: Basic, 2008. viii, 328 pp. $26.00, ISBN 978-0-465-04814-4.)

GARY B. NASH and GRAHAM RUSSELL GAO HODGES. Friends of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and Agrippa Hull; A Tale of Three Patriots, Two Revolutions, and a Tragic Betrayal of Freedom in the New Nation. New York: Basic Books. 2008. Pp. vii, 328. $26.00

 

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(1728–1808), Anglo-Irish actor and playwright. He played a wide range of secondary roles—Friar Laurence, Buckingham, Edgar, Pisanio—in Dublin, Bath, and, from 1759, Covent Garden. He adapted Shadwell's Timon of Athens, abridged The Winter's Tale, and wrote two versions of The Comedy of Errors.

From The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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