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  • Author:Thompson Cooper (category Author pages without image)
    This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901. Articles written by this author are
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  • Author:Lionel Henry Cust (category Author pages without image)
    Cowper, Douglas Cox, David (1809-1885) Cradock, Marmaduke Craft, William H. Craig, James (d.1795) Cranch, John Creed, Cary Creswick, Thomas Crew, Randolph
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  • United States Reports/Volume 100 (category Pages with override author)
    v. Johnson 100 U.S. 195 Savings Bank v. Ward 100 U.S. 208 (1828) Phillips v. Moore 100 U.S. 213 Hough v. Railway Company 100 U.S. 226 (1867) Craig v.
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  • United States Reports/Volume 15 (category Pages with override author)
    v. Ragan 15 U.S. 32 (1817) Hunter v. Bryant 15 U.S. 45 (1817) Duvall v. Craig 15 U.S. 66 (1817) Coolidge v. Payson 15 U.S. 76 (1817) The Dos Hermanos
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  • before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.   Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse
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  • also employed on the ‘Scripture Illustrated,’ 1806, of William Marshall Craig [q. v.], and upon Wallis and Scholey's edition of Hume's ‘History of England
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  • Kansas: A Cyclopedia of State History (category Pages with override author)
    (See Isle au Vache.) Cowley County Coyotes Coyville Cragin, Francis W. Craig Crandall Crane Crawford Crawford County Crawford, George A. Crawford, Samuel
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  • We will help win the war! Will you? (category Pages with override author)
    Frank Tuttle Gio. Liesers Sadie E. Bright Jones Lunch Garland Craig Fred Johnson T. H. Ryan J. W. France B. F. Dunn J. M. Holaday H. C. Totten
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  • AGNES (1759-1841), the 'Clarinda' of Robert Burns, daughter of Andrew Craig, surgeon in Glasgow, by a daughter of John Maclaurin (1693–1754) [q. v.]
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  • one of the best by that master. By his marriage to Ann, daughter of James Craig of Costerton, he had eight children, four of whom predeceased him. The survivors
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  • Auctore Johanne Craig.[268] London, 1699, 4to. This is a celebrated speculation, and has been reprinted abroad, and seriously answered. Craig is known in
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  • United States Reports/Volume 1 (category Pages with override author)
    1788) Zane's Executors v. Cowperthwaite 1 U.S. 313 (Pa. 1788) Williams v. Craig 1 U.S. 316 (Pa. 1788) Plowman v. Abrams 1 U.S. 317 (Pa. 1788) Richette v
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  • and left a confession and catechism (1512-1580). Craig, Sir Thomas, an eminent Scottish lawyer, author of a treatise on the “Jus Feudale,” which has often
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  • employed by W. W. Johnson of Annapolis. An advanced Treatise on Linear Differential Equations (1889) was brought out by Thomas Craig of the Johns Hopkins
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  • Briscoe v. The Bank of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, 11 Peters, 257. Craig v. The State of Missouri, 4 Peters, 431. Sturges v. Crowninshield, 4 Wheat
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  • Portrait Gallery, London. A third portrait, by W. Staveley, painted for Lord Craig in 1836, and a bust by Samuel Joseph are in the National Portrait Gallery
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  • subscription was required of him, and the test questions, drawn up by Andrew Craig, were Arian in complexion. His professional income did not exceed 60l.;
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  • Mr. Bell, minister of Strathaven; another (Mary) to William Craig, father of James Craig [q. v.], the architect of the New Town, Edinburgh, and another
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  • Crabbe, George, O. 1807* Cradock, Samuel, O. 1702* Cradock, Thomas, O. 1756* Craig, Jamee, O. 1727* Crashaw, Richard, O. & T. P. 1646* Crossman, Samuel, O
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  • M'Lehose (b. April 1759) had been a Miss Agnes Craig, daughter of Andrew Craig; she was first cousin of Lord Craig, judge of the court of session, and her mother
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