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Edward More

(1479—1541) headmaster


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Edward More (c. 1537—1620) poet

More, Edward (1479-1541), headmaster

More, Edward (c. 1537-1620), poet

268a Henry More to Edward, Lord Conway

1139. n.d. Hannah More. Edward Howard, Manchester, Catalogue 114 (1897).—Abstract in catalogue.

Two tough nuts to crack: did Shakespeare write the ‘Shakespeare’ portions of Sir Thomas More and Edward III? Part I1

Two tough nuts to crack: did Shakespeare write the ‘Shakespeare’ portions of Sir Thomas More and Edward III? Part II: Conclusion

WATSON, Alfred Edward Thomas (1849 - 1922), editor of the Badminton Library and Badminton Magazine; for more than 30 years musical and dramatic critic of the Standard; thereafter on staff of The Times

More than a Soldier's War: Pacification in Vietnam. By Edward P. Metzner. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1995. xiv, 201 pp. $29.95, ISBN 0-89096-666-4.)

Edward J. Kamholz, Jim Blain, and Gregory Kamholz. The Oregon-American Lumber Company: Ain’t No More. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 2003. xix + 362 pp. ISBN 0-8047-4481-5, $65.00 (cloth)

SPRING, Francis Joseph Edward (1849 - 1933), was for over ten years a Member Madras Legislative Council; MAI honoris causa and LCE, Trinity College, Dublin; late Member of Council of Institution of Civil Engineers; was a Member of that Institution, of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, of the Institute of Transport, and of American Society CE; Hon. Life Member of the Institution of Engineers, India; Hon. Fellow of the Society of Engineers. Was connected for 33 years with the making or the working or the administration of railways in India; and during 15½ years more with the development and management of the Port of Madras as Chairman and Chief Engineer of the Port Authority; Consulting Engineer to the Port of Chittagong; President South Indian Motor Union; Vice-Commodore, Madras Sailing Club; Hon. Member Madras Chamber of Commerce

 
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