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  • II. The Black Hole of Glenranald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • system and was one of the first scientists to postulate the existence of black holes and the notion of gravitational collapse. He is remembered as one of
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  • influenced the sending of Clive to Calcutta to avenge the catastrophe of the Black Hole. His great work—A History of the Military Transactions of the British
    270 bytes (300 words) - 18:11, 13 August 2015
  • Holwell erected to mark the common grave of his fellow-sufferers in the Black Hole prison. The replica, erected by Lord Curzon in 1902, and by him presented
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  • Ditch—Aliverdi Khan, and Suraj-ud-Dowlah—The siege and capture of Calcutta—The Black Hole, and Monument—Holwell and companions at Murshedabad, and their release
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  • with seaman's roll, "My Captain (wot's a Tartar), Guv Joe twelve years' black hole, For lovering your darter. "He loves Miss Lady Jane (I own she is his
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  • behind the black hole." "Black…what?" asked the Elemoont (There are no any black holes on the Moon). "Black hole. It's such a very, very black hole," answered
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  • the massacre of the Black Hole, and a tablet let into the wall of the general post office indicates the position of the Black Hole in the north-east bastion
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  • Hornung II. The Black Hole of Glenranald 2103586Stingaree — II. The Black Hole of GlenranaldE. W. Hornung   The Black Hole of Glenranald IT
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  • civil service, author of the famous account of his sufferings in the Black Hole of Calcutta. Birch was born in 1803, and received a commission as an ensign
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  • number, were confined during the night in a small chamber called the 'Black Hole.' Holwell probably owed his preservation entirely to the unselfish services
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  • while in the execution of his duty, he was imprisoned for 11 days in the black-hole at that place, and afterwards conveyed to London, and thence to Maidstone
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  • the Asiatic Society of Bengal, dealing chiefly with the tragedy of the Black Hole, his published works are: 1. ‘List of Inscriptions on Tombs or Monuments
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  • placed a sentry over him, they left him to his meditations. The cell, or black hole, for it had those words painted on the door, was very dark, and having
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  • ’ 12mo. 10. ‘Lord Bacon's Essays, annotated,’and 11. ‘History of the Black Hole of Calcutta.’ [Allen's Indian Mail, 1865, p. 864; Allibone's Dict. of
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  • to endure the frightful cold, had risen to kindle a fire. We had our "black-hole" in which "refractory" prisoners were punished, solitary, dark, damp and
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  • Colonel Macdonald, he was himself seized by the Dey, and lodged in the Black Hole. The menacing aspect subsequently assumed by the British fleet procured
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  • into the mound, he peered in. Below, and immediately under him, was a black hole, about three feet square. Burke was so startled that he almost dropped
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  • David's in the end of April, and at Madras had news of the tragedy of the black hole of Calcutta. In consultation with Clive, then governor of St. David's
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  • shelves! Crash go the bottles! Drink, flames, drink! What nectar! How this black hole of a cellar shines! Fine wine makes me hungry for finer fare! I could
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