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William 1834 1896 Morris
Morris, William (1834-1896), English Poet And Artist, Third Child And Eldest Son Of William Morris And Emma Shelton, Was Born At Elm House, Walthamstow, On March 24, 1834. His Father Came Up To London In 1820, And Entered The Office Of A Firm Of Discount Brokers In Which He Afterwards ...

William Augustus 1796 1877
Muhlenberg, William Augustus (1796 1877), American Philanthropist And Protestant Episcopal Clergy Man, Was Born In Philadelphia On Sept. 16, 1796, And Graduated At The University Of Pennsylvania In 1814. While At St. James's Church In Lancaster, Pa., He Wrote A Plea For Christian Hymns (1821), Drew Up For His Own ...

William James 1861 1939 Mayo
Mayo, William James (1861-1939), American Sur Geon, Was Born At Le Sueur, Minn., June 29, 1861. He Graduated From The University Of Michigan (m.d. 1883), And From The University Of Dublin (trinity College) (m.d. In Surgery, 1923). From 1883 He Was Engaged In The Practice Of Surgery In Rochester, Minn. ...

William Lamb Melbourne
Melbourne, William Lamb, 2nd Viscount ( 779— 1848), English Statesman, Second Son Of Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Melbourne, And Elizabeth Milbanke. William Lamb Was Born On March 15, 1779, And Educated At Eton And Trinity Col Lege, Cambridge. He Was Called To The Bar At Lincoln's Inn In 1804, And ...

William Mason
Mason, William English Poet, Son Of William Mason, Vicar Of Holy Trinity, Hull, Was Born On Feb. 12, 1725, Was Educated At St. John's College, Cambridge, And Took Holy Orders. In 1744 He Wrote Musaeus, A Lament For Pope In Imitation Of Lycidas, And In 1749 Through The Influence Of ...

William Moorcroft
Moorcroft, William (c. 177o-1825), English Trav Eller, Was Born In Lancashire, About I77o, And Practised In London As A Veterinary Surgeon. He Became Inspector Of The Bengal Stud Of The East India Company In 1808. In This Capacity He Undertook A Journey Into Central Asia To Obtain A Stock Of ...

William Mulready
Mulready, William Irish Subject Painter, Was Born At Ennis, Co. Clare, On April 3o, 1786. When He Was About Five Years Old His Father, A Leather-breeches Maker By Trade, Removed To London. In 1800 He Was Admitted A Student Of The Academy, And Two Years Later He Gained The Silver ...

William Parker Monteagle
Monteagle, William Parker, 4th Baron, And I Th Baron Morley (1575-1622) , Was The Eldest Son Of Edward Parker, Loth Baron Morley (d. 1618), And Of Elizabeth, Daughter And Heiress Of William Stanley, 3rd Baron Monteagle (d. 1581). He Received Knighthood When With Essex In Ireland In 1599, And In ...

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Austrian Composer, Was Born At Salzburg On Jan. 27, 1756. (in The Baptismal Register His Name Stands Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus [lat. Amadeus, Ger. Gottlieb].) He Was Educated By His Father, Leopold Mozart, A Composer With A High Reputation As A Violinist In The Service Of The ...

Womens Part 5
Women's Part ( 5). The Nuns.—in All Ages Women, Hardly Less Than Men, Have Played Their Part In Monasticism. In The Earliest Christian Times The Veiled Virgins Formed A Grade Or Order Apart, More Formally Separated From The Community Than Were The Male As Cetics. There Is Reason For Believing ...