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  Laurel Hill - Birthplace of General J.E.B. Stuart, CSA
Archibald and Elizabeth Stuart and their brood of eleven children lived at Laurel Hill from the mid 1820s until 1859 when the latter sold the property to men from nearby Mount Airy, North Carolina.
Archibald Stuart was a prominent politician and attorney of his time attending two constitutional conventions in Virginia along with representing Patrick County in both houses of the Virginia Legislature and one term in the United States House of Representatives.
Elizabeth Stuart was known as a strict religious woman with a great love of nature.
www.jebstuart.org   (385 words)

  
  John Stuart Mill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In the 1865 General Election John Stuart Mill was invited to stand as the Radical candidate for the Westminster seat in Parliament.
John Stuart Mill agreed to present a petition from women householders… On 7th June 1866 the petition with 1,500 signatures was taken to the House of Commons.
Elizabeth Garrett liked to be ahead of time, so the delegation arrived early in the Great Hall, Westminster, she with the roll of parchment in her arms.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /PRmill.htm   (1474 words)

  
  Elizabeth of Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elisabeth, Electress Palatine and Queen of Bohemia (August 19, 1596 – February 13, 1662), born Princess Elizabeth Stuart of Scotland, was born as the eldest daughter to King James VI of Scotland and his Queen consort Anne of Denmark.
With the demise of the Stuart dynasty in 1714, her direct descendants, the Hanoverian rulers, succeeded to the British throne.
Part of the intent of the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was to put the nine year old Elizabeth onto the throne of England (and, presumably, Scotland) as a Catholic monarch, after assassinating her father and the Protestant English aristocracy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elizabeth_of_Bohemia   (523 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elizabeth of Bohemia (1596-1662), known as the Winter Queen, daughter of James VI of Scotland/I of England, briefly queen-consort (1619-1620) as wife of Frederick V of Bohemia
Elizabeth Stuart (1678-1678/1679) daughter of James II of England/VII of Scotland and Mary of Modena.
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward (1844-1911), born as Mary Phelps, daughter of the previous, author of The Gates Ajar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elizabeth_Stuart   (193 words)

  
 ArtScope.net: Mary Stuart at Court Theatre
Elizabeth signs the death warrant, after hearing arguments from her courtiers, the mob, and her own heart.
Jenny Bacon, as Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, and Barbara E. Robertson, as Elizabeth I, are superb.
During her Act III scene with Elizabeth, the audience witnesses her grow in stature as a Queen: she scornfully tells Elizabeth that she is a bastard who has defiled the throne of England.
www.artscope.net /PAREVIEWS/marystuart1001.shtml   (1263 words)

  
 Ancestors of Charles Stuart
iv. Lewis Stuart, born February 19, 1782 in Sussex County, Virginia; died November 14, 1837 in Chesterfield County, Virginia; married Mariah Holt Clark October 03, 1815 in Sussex County, Virginia; born September 23, 1800 in Sussex County, Virginia; died July 31, 1894 in Haywood County, Tennessee.
Elizabeth Warren, born 1740 in Surry or Southampton Co. Virginia; died September 20, 1813 in Greenville County, Virginia.
Elizabeth Moore, born in Sussex County, Virginia; died February 14, 1767 in Albermarle Parish, Sussex Co. Virginia.
www.annebabin.com /charlesstuart.html   (2525 words)

  
 Scottish Castle Accommodation at Castle Stuart in the Highlands of Scotland
Scottish Castle Accommodation at Castle Stuart in the Highlands of Scotland
From the battlements, looking eastward, it is easy to picture Prince Charlie's tired and dejected army filing wearily past the castle on their way to die on nearby Culloden Moor after their aborted raid on Cumberland's army at Nairn.
William Burton, an artist from Broxburn, who lost an ancestor at Culloden, was commissioned to paint 12 large canvases depicting events of the '45 and Bonnie Charlie's tragic attempt to restore the Stuart monarchy.
www.castlestuart.com   (385 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward (1844-1911)
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps [Ward] was born in Boston on August 31, 1844, to Elizabeth [Wooster] Stuart Phelps and Rev. Austin Phelps.
Her baptismal name was Mary Gray, after a close friend of her mother's, though one source notes "the child was called Lily by her family." [1] From her earliest years, Phelps was surrounded by writing women and religious precepts.
In Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Carol Farley Kessler notes that "gains and losses succeeded each other" during Phelps's childhood, which was certainly surrounded by sickness and loss.
www.readseries.com /auth-oz/phelps-daught.html   (1124 words)

  
 Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart Criticism and Essays
Her parents—Elizabeth Wooster Stuart Phelps, a writer of popular stories, and Austin Phelps, a writer and professor of sacred rhetoric and homiletics—christened her Mary Gray, and her mother called her Lily.
Both of Phelps's grandfathers were ministers: Moses Stuart, her maternal grandfather, was a professor of sacred literature at Andover College and a distinguished Protestant theologian.
This period was also punctuated by the sudden death of her brother Stuart in 1883 and the death of her closest friend Dr. Mary Briggs Harris in 1886.
www.enotes.com /twentieth-century-criticism/phelps-elizabeth-stuart   (1313 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Rubin, D.B., Stuart, E.A., and Zanutto, E.L. "A Potential Outcomes View of Value-Added Assessment in Education." Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 29 (1): 103-116.
Stuart, E.A. and Judson, D.H. "An empirical evaluation of the use of administrative records to predict census day residency." Forthcoming in ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings.
Stuart, E.A. and Zaslavsky, A.M. "Using administrative records to predict census day residency", ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings.
people.iq.harvard.edu /~estuart   (1063 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart (1596-1662)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Elizabeth was the eldest daughter of James I. of Great Britain and Anne of Denmark (1574-1619).
Reluctant at first to accept the appointment, Friedrich finally acquiesced and was crowned king of Bohemia at Prague on 4 November 1619.
Elizabeth, who had accompanied her husband to Prague in October 1619, was crowned queen three days later, on 7 November.
www.gwleibniz.com /ElizabethStuart/ElizabethStuart.html   (397 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart at AllExperts
*Elizabeth of Bohemia (1596-1662), known as the Winter Queen, daughter of James VI of Scotland/I of England, briefly queen-consort (1619-1620) as wife of Frederick V of Bohemia
*Elizabeth Stuart (1678-1678/1679) daughter of James II of England/VII of Scotland and Mary of Modena.
*Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward (1844-1911), born as Mary Phelps, daughter of the previous, author of The Gates Ajar.
en.allexperts.com /e/e/el/elizabeth_stuart.htm   (198 words)

  
 H-Net Review: Amy Thompson McCandless on Representing Elizabeth in Stuart England: Literature, History, Sovereignty
In Strong's view, images of Elizabeth I were not merely visual representations of her as an individual; they were also pieces of political propaganda, idealizing both Elizabeth and the English state she personified.[1] This association with the Perfect Form or, in Christian terms, the Divine, had special benefits for a woman monarch.
Whereas Camden justified Elizabeth's execution of James's mother by blaming it on evil male counselors taking advantage of her feminine trust and Naunton showed Elizabeth's use of faction and parties as a means of maintaining personal control, later writers praised Elizabeth for delegating power to her advisors.
Elizabeth's gender was an important element of the antithetical narratives of her reign.
www.h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=112821061285206   (1598 words)

  
 Stuart Alexander - Elizabeth Shaw
Elizabeth Shaw was established in Bristol, England in 1881
Elizabeth Shaw is a Royal Warrant Holder since 1963 — still supplying the Royal Family with delicious mint crisp chocolates.
Elizabeth Shaw is the contemporary, premium quality chocolate range perfect for after dinner, when entertaining or for that self-indulgent treat.
www.stuartalexander.com.au /brands/shaw.asp   (513 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward Biography and Summary
The central metaphor for understanding the life and work of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps may be that she was born twice.
During her thirty-seven years Elizabeth Stuart Phelps combined a literary career with the roles of mother, homemaker, and minister's wife.
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward(1844- 1911) was an American author.
www.bookrags.com /Elizabeth_Stuart_Phelps_Ward   (301 words)

  
 The Literary Gothic | Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
American novelist and poet (and daughter of the novelist Elizabeth Wooster Stuart Phelps), best known for The Gates Ajar [1868].
After her 1888 marriage, she was usually identified as "Mrs.
Elizabeth Ward." (I can't help but observe that she went through enough name changes to give most of us an identity crisis: her birth name was Mary Gray Phelps, which was changed to Elizabeth Stuart Phelps after the death of her mother.)
www.litgothic.com /Authors/phelps.html   (371 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward (1844-1911)
Her baptismal name was Mary Gray, after a close friend of her mother's, though one source notes "the child was called Lily by her family." [1] From her earliest years, Phelps was surrounded by writing women and religious precepts.
Her father was pastor of the Pine Street Congregational Church until 1848, when he accepted a position as the Chair of Rhetoric at Andover Theological Seminary and moved the family to Boston.
In Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Carol Farley Kessler notes that "gains and losses succeeded each other" during Phelps's childhood, which was certainly surrounded by sickness and loss.
readseries.com /auth-oz/phelps-daught.html   (1091 words)

  
 Whence Elizabeth River, Willoughby, and Two Points - Norfolk Highlights - Chapter 3
These are the Elizabeth River, Willoughby, Sewells Point, and Lamberts Point, the last three having derived their names from prominent early Norfolk area settlers.
The Elizabeth River was named for the Princess Elizabeth Stuart (1596-1660), the daughter of King James I of England and a sister of Prince Henry Stuart and Prince Charles Stuart, later King Charles I, for whom the first Jamestown colonists named the two capes that guard the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay.
Elizabeth City County, originally known by the "the savage name of Kiccowtan," from which Lower Norfolk County was carved in 1637, was also named for her.
www.norfolkhistorical.org /highlights/03.html   (698 words)

  
 UMass Amherst Microbiology | Faculty
Detection of Chlamydia in the peripheral blood cells of normal donors using in vitro culture, immunofluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry techniques.
Stuart ES, Morshed F, Sremac M, DasSarma S. Cassette based presentation of SIV epitopes with recombinant gas vesicles from halophillic archeae.
Patent Application Submitted by UMass: Stuart ES “Detection, Imaging, and Depletion of Intracellular Pathogens” USSN# 60/659,964.
www.bio.umass.edu /micro/faculty/stuart.html   (565 words)

  
 Fiction: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1815-1852) was born in Andover, Massachusetts, as the second daughter in a family of five children, each born less than a year apart.
Her mother was an invalid whose death in 1855 prompted her friend Harriet Beecher Stowe to write "of life's long sickness healed / A saint has risen, where pain no more may come." Elizabeth grew up with an obsessive desire for her father's approval and a deep fear of becoming an invalid like her mother.
After an early education at Abbot Academy, she went to Boston at age sixteen to attend Mount Vernon school, living with the family of the Reverend Jacob Abbott, author of religious books for children.
www.bedfordstmartins.com /LITLINKS/fiction/phelps.htm   (341 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stuart
Elizabeth (also called Katherine or Jean) married (dispensation February 22, 1374/75) to Sir David Lindsay (1360 - 1406/7), 1st Earl of Crawford and Admiral of Scotland.
Elizabeth married soon after December 20, 1400 to Robert Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine and 13th Earl of Mar (died in 1451 or 1452).
Elizabeth married in 1480 to William Livingston of Kilsyth who died at the Battle of Flodden, September 9, 1513.
www.robertsewell.ca /elizstuart.html   (320 words)

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