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  • Lord Salisbury and Waddington at the instance of Bismarck, that, when convenient, France should occupy Tunisia, an agreement afterwn.rds confirmed (with a reserve as to the eventual attitude of Italy) in despatches exchanged in July and August 1878 between the Quai dOrsay and Downing Street.

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  • He specially devoted himself to finance, being for a short time president of the customs commission before his appointment as minister of agriculture and commerce in March 1879 in the Waddington cabinet.

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  • Waddington on the 4th of February 1879, he was one of its members, and continued in the ministry until the 30th of March 1885, except for two short interruptions (from the 10th of November 1881 to the 30th of January 1882, and from the 29th of July 1882 to the 21st of February 1883), first as minister of education and then as minister of foreign affairs.

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  • Waddington and B.

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  • In that year appeared Waddington's Mdmoire sur la chronologie de la vie du rheteur Aelius Aristide, in which it was shown from a most acute combination of circumstances that the Quadratus whose name is mentioned in the Martyrium was proconsul of Asia in 155-156, and that consequently Polycarp was martyred on the 23rd of February 155.

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  • Waddington's conclusion has received overwhelming support amongst recent critics.

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  • The only point upon which there is division of opinion is as to whether Waddington's date 155, or - as is suggested by Lipsius and supported by C. H.

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  • Of the older histories Waddington's Congregational History in 5 vols.

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  • Handlyng Synne, a poem of nearly 13,000 lines, is a free translation, with many additions and amplifications, from William of Waddington's Manuel des Pechiez.

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  • It was edited, with Waddington's text in parallel columns, by F.

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  • Waddington and O.

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  • Wilham de Waddington produced at the end of the 13th century his Manuel des peches, which was adapted in England by Robert of Brunne in his Handlying Sinne (1303) [Hist.

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  • WILLIAM HENRY WADDINGTON (1826-1894), French statesman, was born at St Remi-sur-l'Avre (Eure-et-Loir) on the 11th of December 1826.

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  • After standing unsuccessfully for the department of the Aisne in 1865 and 1869, Waddington was returned by that constituency at the election of 1871.

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  • Early in 1879 Waddington succeeded Dufaure as prime minister.

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  • In February 1879 he became minister of the navy in the Waddington cabinet, and on the 27th of May following was elected a senator for life.

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  • See the Life, by John Waddington (1854).

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  • He retained his post in the ministry of Waddington, whom he succeeded in December 1879 as president of the council and minister for foreign affairs.

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  • Educated at first by his mother, George Grote was sent to the Sevenoaks grammar school (1800-1804) and afterwards to Charterhouse (1804-1810), where he studied under Dr Raine in company with Connop Thirlwall, George and Horace Waddington and Henry Havelock.

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  • Waddington.

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  • Waddington, Mélanges de Numism.

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  • In 353 we find a church of St Sergius at Eitha, in Batanaea (Waddington, Inscriptions de Syrie, n.

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  • Waddington) was one that well illustrated his moral courage.

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  • Under a " Trespass Law " of New York, Elizabeth Rutgers, a widow, brought suit against one Joshua Waddington, a Loyalist, who during the war of American Independence, while New York was occupied by the British, had made use of some of her property.

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  • In face of popular clamour, Hamilton, who advocated a conciliatory treatment of the Loyalists, represented Waddington, who won the case, decided in 1784.

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  • Waddington, L'Edit de Diocletien (1864), and E.

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  • (For its relation to the New Academy and to scepticism in general see Scepticism and Megarian School Of Philosophy.) See histories of philosophy by Zeller, Erdmann, Ueberweg; Ritter and Preller, § 364; Waddington, Pyrrhon et le pyrrhonisme (1877); Zimmermann, Darstellung d.

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  • sub-editor of the magazine, and JW (Jill Waddington?

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  • Almost the only changes which can be called events are his successful establishment of a school at Lincoln, its removal to Waddington, his appointment in 1849 as professor of mathematics in the Queen's College at Cork, and his marriage in 1855 to Miss Mary Everest, who, as Mrs Boole, afterwards wrote several useful educational works on her husband's principles.

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  • Lord Salisbury and Waddington at the instance of Bismarck, that, when convenient, France should occupy Tunisia, an agreement afterwn.rds confirmed (with a reserve as to the eventual attitude of Italy) in despatches exchanged in July and August 1878 between the Quai dOrsay and Downing Street.

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  • But the epigraphic wealth of Palmyra was first opened to study by the collections of Waddington (vol.

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  • He specially devoted himself to finance, being for a short time president of the customs commission before his appointment as minister of agriculture and commerce in March 1879 in the Waddington cabinet.

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  • Waddington's Inscriptions of Syria may also be consulted; Dussaud (Rene) and Frederic Macler, Voyage archeologique au Safi et dans le Djabel ed-Druz (1901).

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  • Waddington on the 4th of February 1879, he was one of its members, and continued in the ministry until the 30th of March 1885, except for two short interruptions (from the 10th of November 1881 to the 30th of January 1882, and from the 29th of July 1882 to the 21st of February 1883), first as minister of education and then as minister of foreign affairs.

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  • Waddington and B.

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  • In that year appeared Waddington's Mdmoire sur la chronologie de la vie du rheteur Aelius Aristide, in which it was shown from a most acute combination of circumstances that the Quadratus whose name is mentioned in the Martyrium was proconsul of Asia in 155-156, and that consequently Polycarp was martyred on the 23rd of February 155.

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  • Waddington's conclusion has received overwhelming support amongst recent critics.

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  • The only point upon which there is division of opinion is as to whether Waddington's date 155, or - as is suggested by Lipsius and supported by C. H.

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  • Of the older histories Waddington's Congregational History in 5 vols.

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  • Handlyng Synne, a poem of nearly 13,000 lines, is a free translation, with many additions and amplifications, from William of Waddington's Manuel des Pechiez.

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  • It was edited, with Waddington's text in parallel columns, by F.

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  • Waddington and O.

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  • Wilham de Waddington produced at the end of the 13th century his Manuel des peches, which was adapted in England by Robert of Brunne in his Handlying Sinne (1303) [Hist.

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  • WILLIAM HENRY WADDINGTON (1826-1894), French statesman, was born at St Remi-sur-l'Avre (Eure-et-Loir) on the 11th of December 1826.

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  • After standing unsuccessfully for the department of the Aisne in 1865 and 1869, Waddington was returned by that constituency at the election of 1871.

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  • Early in 1879 Waddington succeeded Dufaure as prime minister.

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  • In February 1879 he became minister of the navy in the Waddington cabinet, and on the 27th of May following was elected a senator for life.

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  • See the Life, by John Waddington (1854).

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  • He retained his post in the ministry of Waddington, whom he succeeded in December 1879 as president of the council and minister for foreign affairs.

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  • Educated at first by his mother, George Grote was sent to the Sevenoaks grammar school (1800-1804) and afterwards to Charterhouse (1804-1810), where he studied under Dr Raine in company with Connop Thirlwall, George and Horace Waddington and Henry Havelock.

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  • He certainly admits that Plato has used a method somewhat akin to his own; but it has frequently been contended that his induction is nothing more than the of Aristotle (see Remusat's Bacon, eec., pp. 310-315, and for a criticism, Waddington, Essais de Logique, p. 261.

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  • Waddington, Mélanges de Numism.

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  • In 353 we find a church of St Sergius at Eitha, in Batanaea (Waddington, Inscriptions de Syrie, n.

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  • Waddington) was one that well illustrated his moral courage.

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  • Under a " Trespass Law " of New York, Elizabeth Rutgers, a widow, brought suit against one Joshua Waddington, a Loyalist, who during the war of American Independence, while New York was occupied by the British, had made use of some of her property.

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  • In face of popular clamour, Hamilton, who advocated a conciliatory treatment of the Loyalists, represented Waddington, who won the case, decided in 1784.

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  • Waddington, L'Edit de Diocletien (1864), and E.

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  • (For its relation to the New Academy and to scepticism in general see Scepticism and Megarian School Of Philosophy.) See histories of philosophy by Zeller, Erdmann, Ueberweg; Ritter and Preller, § 364; Waddington, Pyrrhon et le pyrrhonisme (1877); Zimmermann, Darstellung d.

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  • Antony Kirby is sub-editor of the Magazine, and JW (Jill Waddington?

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  • Among those who became stars during the '80s were Jill Summers as Phyllis Pearce, Bill Waddington as Percy Sugden and Lisa Lewis as Shirley Armitage, the program's first black character.

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