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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Bacon, John 2876381911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bacon, John BACON, JOHN (1740-1799), British sculptor
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  • Ninth Edition, Volume III John Bacon 1933361Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III — John Bacon BACON, John, who may be considered the
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  • house belonging to the parents of Sir Francis Walsingham at Chislehurst, Kent, was the second son of Robert Bacon, of Drinkstone, Suffolk, sheepreeve to
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  • painter. Bacon, Francis (Lord Verulam), lord chancellor of England and philosopher. Bacon's Works and Philosophy. Bacon, John, English sculptor. Bacon, Sir
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  • of Francis Bacon  (1908)  by Francis Bacon, edited by Mary Augusta Scott Introduction: I. Francis Bacon 2000200The Essays of Francis Bacon — Introduction:
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  • life he was employed by Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey [q. v.] to carve the draperies and other accessories of that artist's statues and groups. Theakston
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  • Francis Bacon, which only terminated with the latter's death in 1626. In March 1603 he undertook to deliver a letter from Bacon to James I, and Bacon
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  • the library of Trinity College, Cambridge, into which portraits of Francis Bacon, Sir Isaac Newton, and George III are introduced. In York Minster there
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  • Guildford, and five times mayor of that town; the father was something of an artist, and drew and published two views of Guildford. Russell was educated at
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  • P. Whipple 144 Chicago James Parton 325 Claudian Emissary, The Theodore Bacon 465 Comic Journalism Charles Dawson Shanly 167 Custom of Burial with the
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  • works of this class have great merit. He executed the statues of Sir Francis Bacon, for Trinity College, Cambridge; Lord Auckland, for Calcutta; Dr. Goodall
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  • Ionic portico with a pediment subsequently filled with sculpture by John Bacon, R. A. [q. v.] In 1784 Jupp designed Severn- droog Castle, Eltham, Kent
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  • his genius was discerned by the older artists who were friends of his father, Paul Falconer Poole, R.A., Francis William Topham, Thomas Danby, William
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  • Works of Francis Bacon, Volume 1  (1884)  by Basil Montagu Life of Bacon, Part I. 1895359The Works of Francis Bacon, Volume 1 — Life of Bacon, Part
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  • BLANCHARD, NATHAN WESTON FRINK, JOHN MELANCTHON GARVEY, RICHARD FALL, ALBERT BACON ERICSON, JOHN ERNST HEARST, WILLIAM RANDOLPH DUNN, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH McDONALD
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  • with his brother Cornelius, went to Gillingham, and gave lessons to Mrs. Bacon-Schutz and her daughters, and about this time also to the Earl of Essex's
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  • Among the eminent persons of whom he modelled busts were Lord-chancellor Bacon, Lord Camden, Admiral Holmes, Sir Isaac Newton, Dean Swift, the Earl of
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  • Varigny. Pop. Science. Army as a Training-School. Edmund Hudson. Forum. Bacon and Shakespeare : A Symposium. Arena. Bimetallic Parity. C. Vincent. Arena
    522 bytes (589 words) - 03:32, 18 April 2012
  • fellows? And we are to imitate their execution! This is like what Sir Francis Bacon says: that a healthy child should be taught and compelled to walk like
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  • forgery, and attributes it to Francis Bacon writing in collusion with his former tutor, Archbishop Whitgift (Spedding, Bacon, i. 96–102). It was first printed
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