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Book of Jeremiah

Charles Jeremiah Wells (1800—1879) lawyer and poet

Jeremiah (c. 626—586 bc)

Jeremiah Ames (1706—1776) banker and merchant

Jeremiah Brandreth (1790—1817) revolutionary politician

Jeremiah Burroughes (c. 1596—1646) Independent minister

Jeremiah Clark (1743—1809) organist and composer

Jeremiah Clarke (c. 1674—1707) organist and composer

Jeremiah Clemens (1814—1865)

Jeremiah Coghlan (1775—1844) naval officer

Jeremiah Curtin (1838—1906)

Jeremiah Davison (c. 1695—1745) portrait painter

Jeremiah Day (1773—1867)

Jeremiah Dixon (1733—1779) surveyor and astronomer

Jeremiah Dummer (c. 1679—1739)

Jeremiah Dyke (c. 1584—1639) Church of England clergyman

Jeremiah Dyson (c. 1722—1776) clerk of the House of Commons and politician

Jeremiah Garnett (1793—1870) journalist

Jeremiah Gridley (1702—1767) lawyer in America

Jeremiah Griffiths (1890—1975) trade unionist and politician

Jeremiah Holmes Wiffen (1792—1836) poet and translator

Jeremiah Horrocks (c. 1618—1641) astronomer

Jeremiah Hunt (1678—1744) Independent minister

Jeremiah Ives (fl. c. 1636—1684) Leveller

Jeremiah J. Callanan (1795—1829) poet

Jeremiah Jones (1855—1902)

Jeremiah Jones (1694—1724) Independent minister and biblical scholar

Jeremiah Joyce (1763—1816) Unitarian minister and writer

Jeremiah Learnoult Garrett (c. 1764—1827) dissenting minister


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Sym. No.1 by Leonard Bernstein for orch. with mez. soloist in last movement to words from Book of Jeremiah. F.p. Pittsburgh, Jan. 1944, cond. Bernstein, with Jennie Tourel.

Subjects: Music.

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