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  • 816455Q130327Thomas Stamford RafflesThomas StamfordRafflesRaffles,_Thomas StamfordStamfordRaffles.jpeg17811826British statesman “Raffles, Thomas Stamford,” in Dictionary
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  • Men-at-the-Bar by Joseph Foster Hutton, Stamford 924452Men-at-the-Bar — Hutton, StamfordJoseph Foster Hutton, Stamford, a student of the Inner Temple 8
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  • Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford 15438931911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 — Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford RAFFLES, SIR THOMAS STAMFORD (1781–1826), English
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  • business at Stamford as a printer and book-seller at the beginning of this century. On 15 Sept. 1809 he started a weekly newspaper called ‘The Stamford News
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  • Coleman, of Hartford, Conn., for petitioner. Mr. Frank J. Di Sesa, of Stamford, Conn., for respondent. Mr. Justice FRANKFURTER delivered the opinion of
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  • Initially practising as a physician, took orders in 1729 and held benefices at Stamford and in London. Pioneered the archaeological investigation of Stonehenge
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  • and at Stamford. The latter borough he unsuccessfully contested in the whig interest, and he also edited for a brief period ‘Drakard‘s Stamford News.’
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  •  Argued: Oct. 16, 1963. --- Decided: Dec 2, 1963 Francis J. McNamara, Jr., Stamford, Conn., for petitioner. John F. McGowan, Bridgeport, Conn., for respondent
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  • (1654-1720)Charles Lethbridge Kingsford1890 GREY, THOMAS, second Earl of Stamford (1654–1720), statesman, only son of Thomas Grey, lord Grey of Groby (1623
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  • Raffles, Thomas Stamford by John Andrew Hamilton 649405Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 47 Raffles, Thomas StamfordJohn Andrew Hamilton1896
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  • others. Messrs. Henry E. Asp, of Oklahoma City, Okl., George P. Rowell, of Stamford, Conn., and L. H. Boggs, of Washington, D. C., for E. Everett Rowell and
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  • I., a Senator from Connecticut; born in Stamford, Fairfield County, Ct., February 24, 1942; attended Stamford public schools; graduated from Yale University
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  • is to be inferred from his declining to abjure. Brocklesby retired to Stamford, and employed his leisure in composing an opus magnum, entitled 'An Explication
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  • of the College of Physicians London, S.R.S. and Rector of All-Saints, Stamford. Let his dip his foot in oyl, thy shoos shall be iron and brass; and
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  •  Argued: Nov. 19, 1969. --- Decided: Jan 26, 1970 Emanuel Margolis, Stamford, Conn., for petitioner. William Ruckelshaus, Washington, D.C., for respondents
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  • to assist a relative (Alderman Joseph Robinson, grocer) in business at Stamford. In 1803 he was elected F.S.A.; and in the following year he married Elizabeth
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  • joined with John Cecil, earl of Exeter, and others, in founding at Stamford ‘The Stamford Society’ on the rules of that of Spalding. This society declined
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  • the confratership of Browne's Hospital at Stamford, which he held until his death. He died at Barnhill, Stamford, on 6 June 1877, and was buried on 9 June
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  • father; his mother then removed to Stamford in Lincolnshire, and married the proprietor and editor of the ‘Stamford Mercury.’ Sharp, who for a considerable
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  • York City, and Messrs. Charles D. Lockwood and Homer S. cummings, both of Stamford, Conn., for petitioner. [Argument of Counsel from page 47 intentionally
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