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Alban William Housego Phillips (1914—1975) economist

Allen Phillips Griffiths (b. 1927)

Ammi Phillips (1788—1865)

Andrew Kelvin Phillips (1940—2004) lighting designer

Anne Phillips

Anne Phillips (b. 1935)

Arthur Angell Phillips (1900—1985)

Arthur Phillip (1738—1814) colonial governor and naval officer

Arthur Phillips (1605—1695) organist and composer

Augustine Phillips (fl. 1593—1605) actor

Barre Phillips (b. 1934)

Bill Phillips (b. 1936)

Brewer Phillips (1924—1999)

Brigadier Francis Phillip ‘Ted’ Serong (1915—2002)

Caryl Phillips (b. 1958)

Catherine Phillips (1727—1794) Quaker minister and writer

Charles Garrett Phillips (1916—1994) neurophysiologist

Charles Phillips (c. 1787—1859) barrister

Charles Phillips (fl. c. 1756—1793) engraver and drawing-master

Charles Walter Phillips (b. 1910)

Charles William Phillips (1901—1985) archaeologist and topographer

Chynna Phillips (b. 1968)

Clarenda M. Phillips

D. Z. Phillips

Dana Phillips

Dave Phillips

David Chilton Phillips (1924—1999) biophysicist

David Graham Phillips (1867—1911)

David Phillips

Dewi Zephaniah Phillips (1934—2006) philosopher


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English auction house. Established in 1796 by Harry Phillips, it survives today as Phillips de Pury & Luxembourg, the world’s third largest (after Sotheby’s and Christie’s) auctioneers of books, jewels ...

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