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  Thierry Henry Years
The 2001/02 season witnessed Henry at his best, scoring a terific32 goals of which 24 came in league matches, he helped Arsenal to win the premiership and the F.A Cup, his season ended in disappointment however as France were knocked out in the first phase of the 2002 world cup.
After a terrific start to the 2004/05 season, Henry was still deadly in front of goal; another 30 goals in all competitions by the end of the season earned him the European Golden boot for the second year running and the Premierships top scorer for the third occasion.
After the departure of Patrick Viera in the summer of 2005, Arsene Wenger installed Henry as the new captain, and his leadership was evident throughout the season.
www.thierryhenryyears.com /arsenal   (607 words)

 Henry Copeland bio
Henry, 44, grew up in Wooster, Ohio and in 1984 received a BA in history from Yale University after nearly failing classes in economics, math and computer science.
After working on Wall Street (’84-91) and in Budapest as a journalist (’91-‘98), in 1998 Henry founded Pressflex.com, the parent company to Blogads.
Henry is on the advisory board of George Washington University's Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet.
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 Henry VIII
Henry VII had been slow to pay his part of the arrangement and her parents were refusing to send the marriage portion of plate and gold.
Henry was just shy of 18 years old when he became king, and had been preparing for it from the time of his older brother Arthur's death.
Henry consoled himself by going to war against France, hoping to emulate his ancestors Edward III and Henry V. Henry met with some success in France, but while he was distracted on the Continent, his Scottish brother-in-law James IV used the opportunity to attack.
tudorhistory.org /henry8   (683 words)

 Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII - Miscellaneous Facts
After leaving the Netherlands, Anne moved to France where she lived as a member of the French court for several years before returning to England in 1522 when, according to a biography of Henry VIII written by Lord Herbert of Cherbury, she was 20 years old.
After she made that point by use of her servants, who were essentially all walking sandwich boards advertising her opinion on their livery coats - and without having harmed anyone - she removed the motto.
Henry then was betrothed to Anne of Cleves on the basis of a flattering portrait, but upon seeing the woman herself, was appalled and repelled by her unattractiveness and quickly arranged for a divorce without ever consummating the marriage.
www.nellgavin.com /boleyn_facts   (3884 words)

 After Henry   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After Henry is a situation comedy devised and written by Simon Brett.
After his death, all three members of the family have to find a way to cope with the other two as best they can.
After the BBC reputedly turned down the opportunity for a television version, 38 episodes were made for Thames Television.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-After_Henry.html   (1299 words)

 Henry VIII
Henry VIII, born in 1491, was the second son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.
Henry married the pregnant Anne Boleyn in 1533; she gave him another daughter, Elizabeth, but was executed for infidelity (a treasonous charge in the king's consort) in May 1536.
Henry was beloved by his subjects, facing only one major insurrection, the Pilgrimage of Grace, enacted by the northernmost counties in retaliation to the break with Rome and the poor economic state of the region.
www.britannia.com /history/monarchs/mon41.html   (961 words)

Henry was born in 1491 and at the age of eighteen became the king of his fathers country, England.
After this Henry decided to use his power in parliament to get his way, and in 1533 Henry married Anne with the help of the Arch Bishop of Canterbury.
After Henry's death and the accession of Edward VI, she married the new king's uncle, Thomas Seymour, Baron Seymour of Sudeley.
www.worldhistoryone.homestead.com /HenryVIII.html   (1838 words)

 The Six Wives of Henry VIII
Catherine was the youngest daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain and she came to England in 1501 at the age of 16 to marry Henry VII's eldest son and heir to the throne, Arthur.
In 1526 Henry asked Anne to become his mistress, but she refused because he was a married man. Henry was determined to win Anne Boleyn and became determined to divorce Catherine and marry Anne.
Henry was 49 years old, overweight and unable to walk far due to his weight and an injury to his leg that festered and refused to heal.
www.historyonthenet.com /Tudors/six_wives_henry_viii.htm   (980 words)

 Bishop Henry Whipple -After the Story: 1867-1901
One historian said that Henry was always afraid he would be late for the train, and would tell Cornelia to hurry up, even though the train would not come for quite some time.
After Cornelia's death, Henry continued to serve in important positions in the Episcopal church and on government commissions.
Henry Whipple’s funeral on September 20, 1901, was one of the largest gatherings ever held in Faribault.
www.ci.faribault.mn.us /history2/Henry/Henry_after.html   (991 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Henry II (King of England)
Henry himself, however, was the son of her second husband, Geoffrey Plantagenet, and inherited from him the three important fiefs of Anjou, Touraine, and
It is probable that Henry was influenced in his choice of a primate by the anticipation of conflicts with the Church.
The death of Henry was sad and tragic, embittered as it was by the rebellion of his sons Richard and John, but he received the last sacraments before the end came.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07220b.htm   (1407 words)

 King Henry VIII: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Henry was formally promised in marriage to Katharine on 23 June 1503; the treaty stated that he would marry Katharine on his fifteenth birthday, 28 June 1505, and that her parents send over 100,000 crowns worth of plate and jewels in addition to the dowry she had given when married to Prince Arthur.
Henry's younger sister Mary, the most beautiful of the Tudor children, had been betrothed to Ferdinand's nephew, the duke of Burgundy, but now Henry made peace with France and promised Mary to Louis XII, three times her age and suffering from gout.
It is doubtful Henry ever blamed her for the failure to produce a male heir after witnessing the endless cycle of pregnancies and prayer.
englishhistory.net /tudor/monarchs/henry8.html   (6963 words)

 Patrick Henry
After Henry was accepted to the Virginia bar in 1760, Henry became a success immediately as a trial lawyer.
After this speech Henry became a leader in Virginia of the opposition to British rule.
Henry was elected governor of Virginia in 1776 and served until 1779 (again was elected 1784-86) as governor.
russell.gresham.k12.or.us /Colonial_America/Patrick_Henry.html   (304 words)

 About Henry VII TUDOR (King of England)
After the defeat of the conspirators at Stoke on 16 Jun (when the Earl of Lincoln was killed) Henry decided that ridicule was the best weapon and made Simnel a turnspit in the royal kitchens, later promoting him to falconer.
Arthur died within months and Henry secured a papal dispensation for Catalina to marry Arthur's brother, the future Henry VIII ; this single event had the widest-ranging effect of all Henry's actions: Henry VIII's annulment from Catalina was the impetus for the separation of the Church of England from the body of Roman Catholicism.
The marriage of Henry's daughter, Margaret, to James IV of Scotland would also have later repercussions, as the marriage connected the royal families of both England and Scotland, leading the Stuarts to the throne after the extinction of the Tudor dynasty.
www.tudorplace.com.ar /aboutHenryVII.htm   (3930 words)

 King Henry VIII: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Henry was formally promised in marriage to Katharine on 23 June 1503; the treaty stated that he would marry Katharine on his fifteenth birthday, 28 June 1505, and that her parents send over 100,000 crowns worth of plate and jewels in addition to the dowry she had given when married to Prince Arthur.
Henry's younger sister Mary, the most beautiful of the Tudor children, had been betrothed to Ferdinand's nephew, the duke of Burgundy, but now Henry made peace with France and promised Mary to Louis XII, three times her age and suffering from gout.
It is doubtful Henry ever blamed her for the failure to produce a male heir after witnessing the endless cycle of pregnancies and prayer.
www.englishhistory.net /tudor/monarchs/henry8.html   (6963 words)

 Henry Plummer
By the time Henry was born, three generations of Plumers had inherited the hundreds of acres of both cultivated and timbered land, as well as salt marshes reclaimed from the sea by the construction of dikes.
But Henry was slight of build and consumptive, and he could not handle the rigors of the sea trade, a situation which incensed him almost to the state of rebellion.
After Plummer married Electa that June and settled her into their log home at Bannack, he organized a deputy network throughout the camps and convinced citizens of the need for a detention facility to end the current practice of immediate hangings.
www.theoutlaws.com /lawmen1.htm   (6543 words)

 Mappa.Mundi Magazine - Locus - Prince Henry, The Navigator
Henry was born in 1394, the third surviving son of King John of Portugal and a member of a large and diverse family of European royals.
Henry's mother was Philippa of Lancaster, daughter of John of Gaunt; Henry was cousin to three English kings, all also named Henry (IV, V, and VI), and his aunt was married to the king of Castile.
Henry desired "to make increase in the faith of our lord Jesus Christ and bring to him all the souls that should be saved." He also sought the court of Prester John, the mythical Christian king said to live in Asia.
mappa.mundi.net /locus/locus_011   (1280 words)

 Henry VIII of England
After six years of frustration, Henry was forced to break with the Roman Catholic Church, and to declare himself Supreme Head of the Church of England, to obtain a divorce from Queen Catherine.
Henry expected Anne to be grateful to him for making her Queen, in view of all the sacrifices he and so many others had made.
One of the portraits that pleased Henry was that of Anne of Cleves.
www.royalpaperdolls.com /HenryMain.htm   (2824 words)

 African American Registry: Aaron Henry was an unsung hero. .
Medgar Evers was assassinated in 1963 after taking Henry to the airport, Henry said, “I have been making sure he didn’t die in vain.” The MFDP in 1964 chose 68 delegates to attend the state Democratic Convention.
Henry ran for Congress later that year, but was thwarted by state election officials for an insufficient number of ballot signatures.
Henry was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives in 1982, holding the seat until 1996.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/978/Aaron_Henry_was_an_unsung_hero   (489 words)

 The Six Wives of Henry VIII
After twenty years of marriage, she had only given birth to one girl, Mary, later to become known as Bloody Mary (although she had many miscarriages and still-births in that time).
As Henry VIII needed a son to provide a male heir to the throne, and as his advisors deemed Catherine to be past the age of child-birth, Henry tried to persuade her to become a Nun.
Their relationship after the birth of Henry's second daughter started to deteriorate, but when she gave birth to a still-born son, Henry was convinced that God thought that his marriage was wrong, because the annulment had been wrong, and that he was cursing him by not giving him a son.
www.larmouth.demon.co.uk /sarah-jayne/wives/wives.html   (1010 words)

 Bengals’ Henry out after 2 days in jail - NFL - MSNBC.com
Henry was ordered to serve jail time after pleading guilty to giving alcohol to minors in his hotel room last spring.
After exiting from the east side of the courthouse instead of the main entrance typically used by prisoners shortly before 9:15 a.m., Henry left in a fl Cadillac Escalade with tinted windows, the newspaper reported.
Henry wasn’t charged in that matter, but got a two-game suspension for his marijuana and weapon cases that were already settled.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/16809291   (928 words)

 YouTube - Judge Blasts Bengals Wide Receiver Chris Henry
henry is a cancer to the bengals...but what do i care, im a steelers fan.
From News 5, after Henry pleads guilty to charg...
From News 5, after Henry pleads guilty to charges of giving alcohol to minors, Judge Douglas Grothaus scolds the Bengal before sending him to jail.
www.youtube.com /watch?v=vIRZ1yUvnoI   (448 words)

 Patrick Henry
After retiring from the governorship, he turned down an offer to become Secretary of State under George Washington, an offer from Washington to serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, a request to return as governor, and an offer from President Adams to serve on a mission to France.
As Henry argued, the time for a principled resistance to the destruction of liberty is not some unknown, future time; the time is now, while there is liberty left to defend and before a people becomes entirely dependent upon government in its mentality.
Henry, who fought to achieve independence for the colonies, later fought against the adoption of the Constitution – the replacement for the Articles of Confederation – on the grounds that the Constitution would create a tyrannical federal government destructive of the liberties which had come at such a heavy price.
www.lewrockwell.com /dieteman/dieteman38.html   (2244 words)

 Henry P. Smith Post 24 - History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He joined the Army in September 1917 and after seven months was killed in France during World War I. Henry was 29 years old when he died on July 8, 1918.
Henry P. Smith held the rank of Corporal and was the first of 42 Romans killed in action out of 1,508 plus 18 nurses that served from Rome during this time.
After 45 years the Rome Urban Renewal Agency bought the site for the reconstruction of Fort Stanwix National Monument which was the original location of Fort Stanwix.
www.borg.com /~post24/history.html   (406 words)

 The Mansion - Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate, Lexington, KY
After Henry and Lucretia Hart Clay married in 1799, they moved into a residence on Mill Street purchased from Lucretia's father, Col. Thomas Hart.
Henry Clay christened the farm "Ash Land" due to the great number of majestic ash trees that stood on the property.
The Henry Clay Study is just to the left of the main entry.
www.henryclay.org /mansion.htm   (960 words)

 "After Henry" (1988)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When it first appeared, the idea of three generations of women under the same roof, and the sympathetic depiction of a gay man not in the first flush of youth were quite fresh.
"After Henry" lost something in the transfer to TV, possibly because on TV it made fewer demands on the imagination.
The cast, principally Joan Sanderson (qv) as Prunella Scales's mother and Benjamin Whitrow (qv) as the bookshop owner, were fresher, too.
us.imdb.com /title/tt0092314   (247 words)

 ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre | Henry V | After Viewing Activities
One of Shakespeare's devices in Henry V is the Chorus.
Consider entries about how he felt after the Dauphin's gift of tennis balls, after he finds out his friend Scroop has betrayed him to France, after he orders the execution of Bardolph, the night before the battle of Agincourt, or the day after the battle.
Henry is capable of great concern for common people and also great brutality.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/masterpiece/archive/programs/henryv/tg_activities.html   (2374 words)

 Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate, Lexington, KY
In 1882, Kentucky University was dissolved and the Ashland estate was sold to Henry Clay McDowell and Anne Clay McDowell, a daughter of Henry Clay, Jr.
Henry McDowell died in 1899, and in 1915, the McDowell's daughter, Nannette, and her husband Dr. Thomas Bullock and their son, Henry, moved into the house with her mother.
Nannette McDowell Bullock died in 1948, and in her will she gave the house, property, and most of the belongings to the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation to be used as a museum in honor of her famous great-grandfather.
www.henryclay.org   (613 words)

 The Order of Christ after Prince Henry
After Henry's death, governorship of the Order remained in the hands of the royal family until João III converted the knights into monks and incorporated Mastership of the three Portuguese Orders (Christ, Avis and Santiago) into the crown.
The Infante D. Fernão, the younger brother of King Afonso V, who was also the chief heir to Prince Henry, and who died in 1470.
After the death of D. Diogo in 1484, D. Manuel, Duke of Beja - later King Manuel I - became the governor of the Order.
www.thornr.demon.co.uk /kchrist/afterde.html   (922 words)

 No driving force after Henry loses va-va-voom-Sport-Football-Premiership-TimesOnline   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For as the Premiership champions contemplate the futility of their title hopes with 13 matches remaining, Henry must acknowledge that he is in the midst of his worst run of form since his early days at Highbury 5½ years ago.
Henry, though, is both artist and scientist; a Leonardo da Vinci in red and white who inspires his team-mates as much with his imagination as with his deadly precision.
Henry is said to “ghost” past defences: now you see him, now you don’t.
www.timesonline.co.uk /article/0,,277-1470968,00.html   (969 words)

 Henry Kalinowski
Henry was 21 years old when he perished with 72 other Marines onboard the Arizona.
As you can find out by reading through this section, he was the son of immigrants who adopted this nation when she was at her weakest, endured the hardships and still felt the call to defend her from foreign enemies.
Henry is the first casualty from Ashtabula county in World War II.
www.privatehenrykalinowski.org /html/henry.html   (354 words)

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