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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution, Vol. 2

By: James Maccaffrey

...Maynooth), Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.) Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth Nihil Obstat: Thomas O'Donnell, C.M. Censor The... ... hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descendan... ...struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the executioner... ...g his co-religionists to abstain from all attempts against the government (7th Nov. 1605), Parliament, without attempting to distinguish between the i... ...o death in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion up... .... Soon however the new heresy began to make its appearance in the kingdom. Patrick Hamilton, commendatory abbot of Ferne and closely related to some o... ...ferent parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, Flem...

...ded he could guarantee peace both at home and abroad. Practically speaking, hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descendants, and as a result the power of the king, more especially in regard to taxation, was hedged round by several restrictions....

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Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket

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...Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket CVO, (8 September 1923-1975) was Equerry to ... ...Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket CVO, (8 September 1923-1975) was Equerry to Queen El... ...Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket CVO, (8 September 1923-1975) was Equerry to Queen Elizab... ...k/news/uknews/the_queens_diamond_jubilee/9074791/Her-Majestys-A-Team.html Plunket's mother, Dorothé Mabel Lewis, was the illegitimate daughter of the... ...bel Lewis, was the illegitimate daughter of the actress Fannie Ward and 7th Marquess of Londonderry .Dorothé Lewis's paternity has been revealed by... ...uring World War I, she married as her second husband Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket . When his parents were killed in an air accident in 1938, P...

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A Popular History of Ireland V1

By: Mcgee, Thomas D'Arcy; 1825-1868

...Ottawa. It is generally believed that McGee was the victim of a Fenian plot. Patrick James Whelan was convicted and hanged for the crime, however the ... ...k at court, by the tenure of the sword. Like the feudal Dukes of Prance, and Barons of England, these military nobles often proved too powerful for th... ... presumed to question the divine origin of such a religion. The preaching of Patrick effected a revolution to the full as complete as such a counter−r... ...the ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals,... ...es of the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McA... ...Whitehaven to Penzance, were obliged, by an order in council, dated February 7th, to send vessels rated at twenty−five tons and upwards to Milford, by... ... taking prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates—a circumstance which also se... ...nt mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that the bull of Alexander IV., which condemns the Book of Masters, ...

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Baron Plunket

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...reated in 1827 for the prominent Irish lawyer and Whig politician William Plunket . He served as Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1830 and 1834 ... ...nd from 1830 and 1834 and again from 1835 to 1841. His eldest son, the second Baron, was Bishop of Tuam, Killala and Achonry between 1839 and 1866.... ...nry between 1839 and 1866. He was succeeded by his younger brother, the third Baron. He was a barrister. His eldest son, the fourth Baron, served as ... ... Two other members of the family have also gained distinction. The Hon. David Plunket, second son of the third Baron, was a Conservative politician... ...imate daughter of the actress Fannie Ward and Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry . After the sixth baron and his wife were k... ...n Plunket (1864–1920)Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938)Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975)Rob... ...m Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938)Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975)Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket...

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Popular History of Ireland Volume 1 from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics

By: Thomas Darcy Mcgee

...awa. It is generally believed that McGee was the victim of a Fenian plot. Patrick James Whelan was convicted and hanged for the crime, however the ... ...sumed to question the divine origin of such a religion. The preaching of Patrick effected a revolution to the full as complete as such a counter-re... ...ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals,... ...mself drowned in a sack, in the little river Nanny, which divides the two baronies of Duleek. This death-penalty by drowning seems to have been one... ...f the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McAu... ...tehaven to Penzance, were obliged, by an order in council, dated February 7th, to send vessels rated at twenty-five tons and upwards to Milford, by ... ...ing prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates--a circumstance which also se... ...mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that the bull of Alexander IV., which condemns the Book of Masters, d...

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Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry

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...Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry, KG, MVO, PC, PC (Ire) (13 May 1878 – 10 Februa... ...a Vane-Tempest-Stewart (1911–1986), who married in 1935 Edward Jessel, 2nd Baron Jessel, and had issue: (i) Hon. Timothy Edward Jessel (1935–1969) who... ...s (1939–2005) and has issue, and in 1980 (div. 1988) Merlin Hanbury-Tracy, 7th Baron Sudeley; and (ii) Lady Rose Deirdre Margaret Keppel (b. 1943) who... ...939–2005) and has issue, and in 1980 (div. 1988) Merlin Hanbury-Tracy, 7th Baron Sudeley; and (ii) Lady Rose Deirdre Margaret Keppel (b. 1943) who mar... ...r their wedding. Her second husband, whom she married in 1922, was Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunke... ..., was Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and t... ...Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and the Hon Shaun Plunket. Lord ...

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Popular History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics

By: Thomas Darcy Mcgee

...awa. It is generally believed that McGee was the victim of a Fenian plot. Patrick James Whelan was convicted and hanged for the crime, however the ... ...umed to question the divine origin of such a religion. The preaching of Patrick effected a revolution to the full as complete as such a counter-re... ...ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals, ... ...mself drowned in a sack, in the little river Nanny, which divides the two baronies of Duleek. This death-penalty by drowning seems to have been one... ...f the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McAu... ...tehaven to Penzance, were obliged, by an order in council, dated February 7th, to send vessels rated at twenty-five tons and upwards to Milford, by ... ...ing prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates--a circumstance which also se... ...mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that the bull of Alexander IV., which condemns the Book of Masters, d...

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Plunkett

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...ssociated with Ireland, possibly of Norse or Norman origin, may be spelled Plunkett, Plunket, Plunkit, Plunkitt, Plonkit, Plonkitt, Plonket, Plonkett,... ...et, Plonkett, or Plunceid, and may refer to: Baron Plunket, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... ...onkett, or Plunceid, and may refer to: Baron Plunket, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... ...Kingdom William Conyngham Plunket, 1st Baron Plunket (1764–1854) Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Whig MP for Dublin Un... ...lunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938) Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975) ... ... Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975) Robin Ra...

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From the Renaissance to the French Revolution Vol. Ii

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

...nooth), Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.) Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth Nihil Obstat: Thomas O'Donnel... ...therto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descen... ...e between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the executio... ...is co-religionists to abstain from all attempts against the government (7th Nov. 1605), Parliament, without attempting to distinguish between th... ...h in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion... ...oon however the new heresy began to make its appearance in the kingdom. Patrick Hamilton, commendatory abbot of Ferne and closely related to som... ... parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, F...

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List of barons in the peerages of Britain and Ireland

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... Ireland, and the United Kingdom . Note that it does not include those extant baronies which have become merged (either through marriage or elevation... ...seen as subsidiary titles. For a more complete list, which adds these "hidden" baronies as well as extinct, dormant, abeyant, and forfeit ones, see L... ...9th Baron Darcy de Knayth #The Baron Cromwell (1375) #* Vere Essex Cromwell, 7th Baron Cromwell #The Baron Camoys (1383) #* Thomas Stonor, 7th Ba... ... #*William Hawke, 12th Baron Hawke #The Baron Brownlow (1776) #*Edward Cust, 7th Baron Brownlow #The Baron Foley (1776) #*Thomas Foley, 9th Baron ... ...*Nevinson de Courcy, 36th Baron Kingsale #The Baron Dunsany (1439?) #*Randal Plunkett, 21st Baron Dunsany #The Baron Trimlestown (1462) #*Raymond ... ...*Richard Butler, 20th/30th Baron Dunboyne #The Baron Louth (1541) #*Jonathan Plunkett, 17th Baron Louth #The Baron Inchiquin (1543) #* Conor Myles... ...undell, 10th Baron Talbot of Malahide #The Baron Carew (1834, and UK 1838) #*Patrick Conolly-Carew, 7th Baron Carew #The Baron Oranmore and Browne ... ... Gorell (1909) #* John Barnes, 5th Baron Gorell #The Baron Fisher (1909) #*Patrick Fisher, 4th Baron Fisher of Kilverstone #The Baron Kilbracken ...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution, V 2

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

... (Maynooth), Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.) Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth Nihil Obstat: Thomas O'Donnell, C.M. Censor T... ...g, hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descend... ...g struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the execution... ...ing his co−religionists to abstain from all attempts against the government (7th Nov. 1605), Parliament, without attempting to distinguish between the... ... to death in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion ... ...ng. Soon however the new heresy began to make its appearance in the kingdom. Patrick Hamilton, commendatory abbot of Ferne and closely related to some... ...ifferent parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, Fl...

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Fannie Ward

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...as the result of a liaison between Ward and Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry . Her first husband was Capt. Jack Barnato (189... ...heir marriage. Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patr... .... Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, ... ...ham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plun... ...ket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and... ...Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and of Hon. ... ...n Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and of Hon. Sha...

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History of James the Second

By: Charles James Fox

...rgina, daughter of the Duke of Richmond, and was himself created, in 1763, Baron Holland of Farley. Of the children of that marriage Charles James Fox... ...prehensions from them, he did not think it worth while to save the life of Plunket, the popish Archbishop of Armagh, of whose innocence no doubt could... ... no material difference. Now in Barillon's letters to his court, dated the 7th of December, 1684, it appears that the Duke of York had told that ambas... ...continent at that time several other gentlemen of great consideration. Sir Patrick Hume, of Polworth, had early distinguished himself in the cause of ... ...ed from Vly on the 2nd of May with three small vessels, accompanied by Sir Patrick Hume, Sir John Cochrane, a few more Scotch gentlemen, and by two En... ...onmouth and Grey, was too vigilant to be eluded. Grey was taken on 58 the 7th in the evening; and the German, who shared the same fate early on the n...

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Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava

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...landowners in Ulster over the following two hundred years, and were created baronet s in 1763, entering the Peerage of Ireland in 1800 as Baron ... ...ndowning and high-society ambitions, but Dufferin's father, Captain The 4th Baron Dufferin and Claneboye, R.N., did not marry into a landowning fa... ...r christening was Queen Victoria, was married firstly in 1894 to William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket and had eight children by him, and secondly... ... to Colonel Francis Powell Braithwaite CBE DSO . Her son Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket was married to Dorothé Mabel Lewis, the ill... ...wis, the illegitimate daughter of Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry, and both were killed in an aircraft accide... ...lackwood, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava . Terence and Dorothé's eldest son Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket was an equerr... ... Ava . Terence and Dorothé's eldest son Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket was an equerry to The Queen and Deputy Master o...

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History of James the Second

By: Charles James Fox

...orgina, daughter of the Duke of Richmond, and was himself created, in 1763, Baron Holland of Farley. Of the children of that marriage Charles James... ...pprehensions from them, he did not think it worth while to save the life of Plunket, the popish Archbishop of Armagh, of whose innocence no doubt co... ...no material difference. Now in Barillon's letters to his court, dated the 7th of December, 1684, it appears that the Duke of York had told that ... ...continent at that time several other gentlemen of great consideration. Sir Patrick Hume, of Polworth, had early distinguished himself in the cause... ...d from Vly on the 2nd of May with three small vessels, accompanied by Sir Patrick Hume, Sir John Cochrane, a few more Scotch gentlemen, and by tw... ... Monmouth and Grey, was too vigilant to be eluded. Grey was taken on the 7th in the evening; and the German, who shared the same fate early on t...

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Lord Chancellor of Ireland

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... .Robert Wikeford, Primate of Ireland (1377–1379).John Colton, Deans of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin (1379–1382). Later Archbishop of Armagh .... ...above.Alexander de Balscot, Bishop of Ossory (1385–1388).Robert Preston, 1st Baron Gormanston 1388Richard Plunkett (1388–1393)Richard Northalis, ... ...ishop of Ossory (1385–1388).Robert Preston, 1st Baron Gormanston 1388Richard Plunkett (1388–1393)Richard Northalis, Bishop of Ossory (1393–1397).... ...or (1403–1410). Exercised the duties while Cranley suffered from poor health.Patrick Barrett, Bishop of Ferns (1410–1412)Thomas Le Boteller, Prior... ...nd exercising some of its influence until his death in 1470.Thomas FitzGerald, 7th Earl of Kildare (c. 1463–1468). By decree of Edward IV of England... ...obert FitzEustace John Taxton Gilbert Debenham (1474)Rowland FitzEustace, 1st Baron Portlester (1474–1480).William Sherwood, Bishop of Meath (1480... ...nd FitzEustace, 1st Baron Portlester (1487–1492). The same as above.Alexander Plunket (1492–1494)Henry Deane (1494–1495)Walter Fitzsimon, Primate ...

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A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second

By: Charles James Lever

...gina, daughter of the Duke of Richmond, and was himself created, in 1763, Baron Holland of Farley. Of the children of that marriage Charles James F... ...ehensions from them, he did not think it worth while to save the life of Plunket, the popish Archbishop of Armagh, of whose innocence no doubt coul... ... material difference. Now in Barillon's letters to his court, dated the 7th of December, 1684, it appears that the Duke of York had told that amba... ...ntinent at that time several other gentlemen of great consideration. Sir Patrick Hume, of Polworth, had early distinguished himself in the cause of... ... from Vly on the 2nd of May with three small vessels, accompanied by Sir Patrick Hume, Sir John Cochrane, a few more Scotch gentlemen, and by two E... ... Monmouth and Grey, was too vigilant to be eluded. Grey was taken on the 7th in the evening; and the German, who shared the same fate early on the ...

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List of Old Harrovians

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...noa, a prince of the House of Savoy His Highness, Baron LPT B.A.Sforza, a prince of the house of Thurn und Taxis ... ...irst Prime Minister of India Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom ... ...llington, Cross-bench Peer Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury, prominent reformist Evely... ...housie, Governor-General of India Francis Cowper, 7th Earl Cowper, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland Harry ... ...y, Home Secretary and Ambassador at Paris William Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket, Governor of New Zealand ... ... Charles Perry, Bishop of Melbourne Benjamin Plunket, Anglican Bishop of Meath Horatio Powys, B... ... Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, 19th century artist Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield, photographer ... ... St. George Jackson Mivart, biologist Nicholas Patrick, NASA astronaut Arthur Cecil Pigou, Econom...

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The Letters of Horace Walpole, Volume 2

By: Horace Walpole

... 122. To Sir Horace Mann, Jan. 9.-Congratulation on his being created a baronet. Lord Albemarle's sudden death. Lord Bury. Lady Albemarle's dream.... ...71. He always called himself Lord Strange; though the title, which was a barony in fee, had in fact descended to the Duke of Atholl, as heir genera... ..., Lord Bolingbroke himself, in a letter to Lord Marchmont, written on the 7th of June, says, "The book you mention has brought no trouble upon me, ... ..., which he soon spent, and then took to the road with only one companion, Plunket, a journeyman apothecary, my other friend, whom he has impeached, ... ...ging in St. James's Street, over against White's, and another at Chelsea; Plunket one in Jermyn Street; and their faces are as known about St. James... ... to losing it by twenty. Mr. Pelham has been very ill, I thought of St. Patrick's fire,(441) but it proved to be St. Antony's. Our House of Comm... ...estminster to Wapping. I have received your two letters of July 1st and 7th, with the prices of Stosch's medals, and the history of the new ponti...

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2013 in the United Kingdom

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... has not been found.[62] 31 May – Conservative MP Patrick Mercer resigns the Tory whip following allegations he broke the rul... ...4, singer (The Marbles). Tarsem King, Baron King of West Bromwich, 75, politician and peer. ... ...th (1985–1993). Sir John Gilmour, 4th Baronet, 68, soldier and aristocrat. B... ... (Fisherman's Friends). Richard Hill, 7th Baron Sandys, 81, peer and landowner. ... ... (1972–1976) and England (1974–1975). Patrick Garland, 78, theatre director, actor and writer. ... ...rld) 13 July – Henry Paget, 7th Marquess of Anglesey, 90, peer and author. 14 ... ... 16 November – Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, 87, peer. ... ... 16 November – Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, 87, peer. ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 3

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

... Alfred 53 Langlois, M. Ernest 449 .LawsoB, J. H 251 Lawson, Mrs. Clara 251 Le Baron, Louise 309 Lehmann, Lilli 141 Lhevinne 402 Lonsdale, Gertrude 24... ...eitz, Master Ernest G 373 Sheppherd, H. Ethel 453 Slatter, Albert, Bandmaster, 7th Regiment Fusiliers, London 42 Slatter, John, Bandmaster 48th Highla... ...portant questions. Read what some of our subscribers say : Sir Algernon Coote, Baronet. Montrath, Ireland, sayn :—I am delighted with ' World Wide.' T... ...Jas. A. Smith, gave its second concert in St. George's Hall, on Tuesday, April 7th, repeating the success of their last public appearance, in competi-... ...tmeats are COWANS Milk Chocolates MUSIC IN OSHAWA. OsHAWA, April 17th. The St. Patrick's concert in the Opera House on the evening of March 17th was r... ...fully surpassed any of their previous efforts in honouring the memory of Saint Patrick, dear to the heart of every true Irish- man. Mr. Jules Brazil, ... ...ncluding Charles Santley, Edward Lloyd, Signor Foli, Ben Davies, Watkin Mills, Plunket Green, Joseph Hollman, Johannes Wolff, John Cheshire Trebelli, ... ...ood, Hubert de Blank, Burmeister, Adela Verne, Madame Albani, R. Watkin-Mills, Plunket-Greene. Used by the Prinee of Wales in his private apartments a...

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List of United Kingdom by-elections (1818–32)

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... 2.1 6th Parliament (1818–1820) 2.2 7th Parliament (1820–1826) ... ... Charles Warren Resignation (Chief Baron of the Scottish Court of Exchequer) ... ...Milne Ricketts Resignation 7th Parliament (1820–1826) ... ... University u* William Conyngham Plunket William Conyngha... ...n University c William Conyngham Plunket John Wilson Crok... ... Thomas Babington Macaulay Resignation (Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland) ... ... u* John Fenton Cawthorne Patrick Maxwell Stewart ... ... County Clare c* James Patrick Mahon Maurice O'...

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The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke : Volume 1

By: Stephen Gwynn

...derable period of comparative obscurity had won back prosperous days. The baronetcy to which he succeeded was recent, the reward of his father's pub... ... Charles Wentworth Dilke = M. Mary William Wentworth first Baronet, b. 1810, Chatfield. Grant Dilke, killed in d. 1869. ... ...h the topics handled and the speeches made at the Union. "November 7th, 1862. "How wavering and shortsighted the policy of England in T... ...hout training for a walking race, and had beaten the University champion, Patrick, covering the mile ("in a gale of wind and over heavy slush") in e... ...over heavy slush") in eight minutes and forty-two seconds. [Footnote: Mr. Patrick, afterwards member of Parliament, and from 1886 Permanent Under-Se... ... brother's (Lord Lichfield's) cook. This man was in Paris, and on the 7th I called on him at a house close to the Ministry of the Interior, ... ...opean peace." Replying in the debate for the Liberal party to Mr. David Plunket (afterwards Lord Rathmore), he notes that he 'spoke, and sp... ...d in bad spirits.' Sir Charles communicated this expression through Mr. Plunkett, the British Charge d'Affaires, to M. Duclerc. "I gave him the th...

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List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1826

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... Tory Charles Dundas, 1st Baron Amesbury Whig ... ...ory Cardiff Lord Patrick Crichton-Stuart ... ... Dublin University William Conyngham Plunket[mpnotes 17] Whig... ... Tory Sir Montague Cholmeley, 2nd Baronet ... ... Tory Francis D'Arcy-Osborne, 7th Duke of Leeds ...

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The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke : Volume 1

By: Stephen Gwynn

...derable period of comparative obscurity had won back prosperous days. The baronetcy to which he succeeded was recent, the reward of his father's pub... ... Charles Wentworth Dilke = M. Mary William Wentworth first Baronet, b. 1810, Chatfield. Grant Dilke, killed in d. 1869. ... ...hout training for a walking race, and had beaten the University champion, Patrick, covering the mile ("in a gale of wind and over heavy slush") in e... ...over heavy slush") in eight minutes and forty-two seconds. [Footnote: Mr. Patrick, afterwards member of Parliament, and from 1886 Permanent Under-Se... ... brother's (Lord Lichfield's) cook. This man was in Paris, and on the 7th I called on him at a house close to the Ministry of the Interior, ... ...is crowd of boys and women watching it from the walls. 'On the 7th my brother and I were all but killed by a shell from Mont Valérien... ...opean peace." Replying in the debate for the Liberal party to Mr. David Plunket (afterwards Lord Rathmore), he notes that he 'spoke, and sp... ...d in bad spirits.' Sir Charles communicated this expression through Mr. Plunkett, the British Chargé d'Affaires, to M. Duclerc. "I gave him the th...

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List of monastic houses in Ireland

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... supposed early monastery founded 5th century by St Patrick; dissolved before 11th century ... ...monastery early monastic site, monks; founded 5th century by St Patrick, who left bishop Enan in charge; dissolved before 11th c... ...ed during the reign of Queen Elizabeth?; granted to Sir Arthur Chichester, Baron of Belfast 1621 Mas-a-rioghna; ... ... early monastic site; purportedly founded 7th century by St Guar of Aghadowey; Cistercian monks ... ... early monastic site, founded 7th century, by St Naechtain? Dun-geimin; ... ...Con McHenry McOwen); dissolved 1607; granted to Richard Nugent, Baron of Delvin 1611 Ballysaggart; ... ...45, possibly by the townsmen or Lord Darcy de Platina (Platten), or by the Plunket family, or Lord Ralph Pippard; Observant Franciscan Fria... ...rd de Burgo dissolved after 1515; held by Sir Oliver Plunkett by 1541; granted to Sir Thomas Plunkett, Lord of Louth ...

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The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke : Volume 1

By: Stephen Gwynn

...nsiderable period of comparative obscurity had won back prosperous days. The baronetcy to which he succeeded was recent, the reward of his father's pu... ... − | | Charles Wentworth Dilke = M. Mary William Wentworth first Baronet, b. 1810, Chatfield. Grant Dilke, killed in d. 1869. Crimea, b. 1... ...ed with the topics handled and the speeches made at the Union. November 7th, 1862. How wavering and shortsighted the policy of England in Tu... ...without training for a walking race, and had beaten the University champion, Patrick, covering the mile ( in a gale of wind and over heavy slush") in ... ...nd over heavy slush") in eight minutes and forty−two seconds. [Footnote: Mr. Patrick, afterwards member of Parliament, and from 1886 Permanent Under−S... ...his brother's (Lord Lichfield's) cook. This man was in Paris, and on the 7th I called on The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke V1 CHAPTER... ...o European peace. Replying in the debate for the Liberal party to Mr. David Plunket (afterwards Lord Rathmore), he notes that he 'spoke, and spok... ...ed and in bad spirits.' Sir Charles communicated this expression through Mr. Plunkett, the British Charge d'Affaires, to M. Duclerc. I gave him the t...

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The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth : Volume 2

By: Maria Edgeworth

...o a cascade and a wooden bridge, a little pug dog came running down, and the Baron and Madame de Polier appeared. Madame de Montolieu ran on to her br... ...d Duchess de Broglie are now there, and we met M. de Stein, [Footnote: Carl, Baron Stein, the Minister of Frederick William IV. of Prussia.] a great T... ...ce of the original Gaelic. He sang a Gaelic song for us, to a tune like “St. Patrick's Day in the Morning.” He called St. Patrick Phaedrig, by which n... ...and Margaret and I laughed over it and agreed that every reason was like Mr. Plunket's speech, The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth, Vol. 2 March 1... ...re of hearing of it. [Footnote: William Edgeworth had died of consumption on 7th May after a two months' illness.] It would have given him pleasure ev... ...y were on every side of us. MARIA to PAKENHAM EDGEWORTH. EDGEWORTHSTOWN, ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN THE MORNING, 1835. How provoking, how chilling a feeling...

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The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth : Volume 2

By: Maria Edgeworth

... cascade and a wooden bridge, a little pug dog came running down, and the Baron and Madame de Polier appeared. Madame de Montolieu ran on to her bro... ...uchess de Broglie are now there, and we met M. de Stein, [Footnote: Carl, Baron Stein, the Minister of Frederick William IV. of Prussia.] a great di... ...of the original Gaelic. He sang a Gaelic song for us, to a tune like "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning." He called St. Patrick Phaedrig, by which na... ... Margaret and I laughed over it and agreed that every reason was like Mr. Plunket's speech, "unanswerable." _To_ MRS. RUXTON. EDGEWORTHSTOWN... ...of hearing of it. [Footnote: William Edgeworth had died of consumption on 7th May after a two months' illness.] It would have given him pleasure eve... ... side of us. MARIA _to_ PAKENHAM EDGEWORTH. EDGEWORTHSTOWN, ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN THE MORNING, 1835. How provoking, how chilling a feelin...

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The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth : Volume 2

By: Maria Edgeworth

... cascade and a wooden bridge, a little pug dog came running down, and the Baron and Madame de Polier appeared. Madame de Montolieu ran on to her bro... ...uchess de Broglie are now there, and we met M. de Stein, [Footnote: Carl, Baron Stein, the Minister of Frederick William IV. of Prussia.] a great di... ...of the original Gaelic. He sang a Gaelic song for us, to a tune like "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning." He called St. Patrick Phaedrig, by which na... ... Margaret and I laughed over it and agreed that every reason was like Mr. Plunket's speech, "unanswerable." To MRS. RUXTON. EDGEWORTHSTOWN, ... ...of hearing of it. [Footnote: William Edgeworth had died of consumption on 7th May after a two months' illness.] It would have given him pleasure eve... ...ry side of us. MARIA to PAKENHAM EDGEWORTH. EDGEWORTHSTOWN, ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN THE MORNING, 1835. How provoking, how chilling a feelin...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: dis... ...uneral probably. Thumping. Thump. This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Rul... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years ... ... degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: 971 Walsingham way: the ... ...r a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was ...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: dis... ...uneral probably. Thumping. Thump. This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Rul... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years be... ... degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of ... ...r a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was ...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...ks burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: di... ... RESPECTED DUBLIN BURGESS This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Ru... ...in the year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to sta... ... prophet, professor MacHugh responded. −− Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner... ...llon, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? Ulysses Ulysse... ...eir degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of... ... nor a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

... burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: dist... ... RESPECTED DUBLIN BURGESS This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Rule... ... the year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To 75 all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to s... ...ophet, professor MacHugh responded. -- Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner. ... ...on, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years before... ... degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of D... ...or a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was a...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: dis... ...uneral probably. Thumping. Thump. This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Rul... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ..., the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years ... ... degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of ... ... a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was ...

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Ulysse

By: James Joyce

...burning. Not like Ecce Homo. Crown of thorns and cross. Clever idea Saint Patrick the shamrock. Chopsticks? Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: dis... ...MOST RESPECTED DUBLIN BURGESS This morning the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam. Machines. Smash a man to atoms if they got him caught. Rul... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years be... ... degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of ... ...r a stranger either besides my face was turned the other way what was the 7th card after that the 10 of spades for a journey by land then there was ...

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The musical guide; containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, etc., including a key to the pronounciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing biogra

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

.... Frau (frow), G. Mrs. Fraulein (fri'- lin). Miss. Freiherr (fri'-har), G. Baron. Geheimrath (ge-him'-rat), 6". Privy counsellor. Gesellschaft (ge-zeT... ...ord University. pere (p^r), F. Father. Reichsfreiherr (rikhs'-fri-hir), G. Baron of the empire. Ritter (rft'-ter), G. Knight, chevalier. sieur (sViir)... ...ati (dal-ber-ga'-te), (i) Pirro Capacelli, Conte d'. Lived in Bo- logna, 1 7th cent. ; composer. (2) Al- dobrandini, lived in Bologna, lyth cent.; dra... ...usual major and minor. A'rion, partly traditional Greek singer and lyrist (7th cent., B.C.); hence, the name of a vocal society. Arios'ti, Attilio, Bo... ...rlin ; debut at Augsburg ; 1888 at Bay- reuth, 1900 at Hanover. Gil' more, Patrick Sarsfield, near Dublin, Dec. 25, 1820 St. Louis, Mo., Sep. 24, 1892... ...(1695 ?) 1755 ; teacher and compos- 534 THE MUSICAL GUIDE er. (2) (Harry) Plunket, b. Old Connaught House, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, June 24, 1865 ; bass...

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Music lovers' cyclopedia : containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, &c., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

...t the chord formed by its entrance could be arranged to read c' e' g' bt?. This is a 7th chord on the tone c. But while the tone c' is tonic of the ke... ...ange"lique (an-zha-lek), ange~lot (an-zhu-lo), F. i. An organ-stop. Vide vox. 2. A 1 7th century keyboard instr. with 17 strings. angel'ophone. Early ... ...s), F. Son. Frau (frow), G. Mrs. Fraulein (fri'- lin). Miss. Freiherr (fri'-har), G. Baron. Geheimrath (gd-hlm'-rat), G. Privy counsellor. Gesellschaf... ...s). Of Oxford University. pere (par), F. Father. Reichsfreiherr (rikhs'-frl-har), G. Baron of the empire. Ritter (rlt'-ter), G. Knight, chevalier. sie... ...hschule, Berlin ; debut at Augsburg ; 1888 at Bay- reuth, 1900 at Hanover. Gil more, Patrick Sarsfield, near Dublin, Dec. 25, 1820 St. Louis, Mo., Sep... ...don, 1696 (1695 ?) 1755 ; teacher and compos- 464 THE MUSICAL GUIDE er. (2) (Harry) Plunket, b. Old Connaught House. Co. Wicklow, Ireland, June 24, 1... ... Fenell' (or Ffinell ), d. Dublin, Sept. 20, 1709; Irish composer; organ- ist at St. Patrick's Cathedral, 1689- 1694, and buried there. Ferling (fgr'-...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Birkbeck Hill

...e had from Diderot in 1781:--'Hume dina avec une grande compagnie chez le Baron d'Holbach. Il etait assis a cote du Baron; on parla de la religion ... ...spect as an authour[1]. Some of us endeavoured to support the Dean of St. Patrick's by various arguments. One in particular praised his Conduct of t... ...as found to deeply resent Johnson's hasty expression at the dinner on the 7th, we must assume that he had invited Johnson to dine with him before th... ...lled them 'three dowdies,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate sh... ... which he takes for history, to authorised romance.'] [Footnote 2: Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by ...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Birkbeck Hill

...e had from Diderot in 1781:--'Hume dìna avec une grande compagnie chez le Baron d'Holbach. Il était assis à côté du Baron; on parla de la religion ... ...spect as an authour[1]. Some of us endeavoured to support the Dean of St. Patrick's by various arguments. One in particular praised his _Conduct of ... ...as found to deeply resent Johnson's hasty expression at the dinner on the 7th, we must assume that he had invited Johnson to dine with him before th... ...ed them 'three _dowdies_,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate sh... ... which he takes for history, to authorised romance.'] [Footnote 2: Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by ...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Jonathan Ingram

...espect as an authour[191]. Some of us endeavoured to support the Dean of St. Patrick's by various arguments. One in particular praised his Conduct of ... ... called them 'three dowdies,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate s... ...of the question, which I shall do as briefly as I can. In the year 1504, the barony or manour of Auchinleck, (pronounced Affleck[1237],) in Ayrshire, ... ...n was found to deeply resent Johnson's hasty expression at the dinner on the 7th, we must assume that he had invited Johnson to dine with him before t... ...y, or to that which he takes for history, to authorised romance.' [1095] Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by...

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