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George Bell (Australian politician) - The honorable George John Bell (1872 - 1944) represented the Division of Darwin in the Australian House of Representatives from 1919-22 and 1925-43 initially with the Nationalist Party of Australia and later for the United Australia Party.
George Bell Chicken - George Bell Chicken was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
George Bell Swift - George Bell Swift (born: December 14, 1845; died: July 2, 1912; buried in Rosehill Cemetery) served as mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1893; 1895-1897) for the Republican Party.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Bell
Bell, Carl A. — of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kan.
Bell, James Franklin — of District of Columbia.
Bell, Samuel Newell (1829-1889) — of New Hampshire.
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Swift, who probably was proud of his employment, and went with all the confidence of a young man, found his arguments, and his art of displaying them, made totally ineffectual by the pre-determination of the King; and used to mention this disappointment as his first antidote against vanity.
Swift began early to think, or to hope, that he was a poet, and wrote Pindarick Odes to Temple, to the King, and to the Athenian Society, a knot of obscure men, who published a periodical pamphlet of answers to questions, sent, or supposed to be sent, by Letters.
Swift was then in England, and had been invited by Lord Bolingbroke to pass the winter with him in France ; but this call of calamity hastened him to Ireland, where perhaps his presence contributed to restore her to imperfect and tottering health.
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 Edgewater Historical Society - Swift School Celebrates 75 Years (V01-4)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The school was named for George Bell Swift, who became the 30th mayor of Chicago in 1893 after the untimely death of Mayor Carter Harrison.
Swift's first principal was Harriet A. Eckhardt who, according to EHS member Frances Posner, "intensely tested pupil abilities and divided classes according to learning aptitudes." She was succeeded by Hattie Listenfelt, Eileen Cunningham and Jean Kenning.
Frances Posner fondly recalls Swift's Thorndale garden of flowering apple trees and the tall blue pine in the center ring of the winding walkways, which was planted by child and parent subscriptions.
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Had Swift been an Irishman by nature as he was by birth, it might have been otherwise; but Swift was an Irishman by accident, and only became an Irish patriot by reason of the humanity in him which found indignant and permanent expression against oppression.
Swift's indignation against the selfish hypocrisy of his fellow-men was the cry from the pain which the sight of man's inhumanity to man inflicted on his sensitive and truth-loving nature.
In a pamphlet[1] issued by George Ewing in Dublin (1724), it is stated that in that year, W. Trench presented a memorial to the Lords of the Treasury, complaining of the condition of the copper coinage, and pointing out that the evil results had been brought about by the system of grants to private individuals.
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Swift was a master of literary expression, and of all forms of that expression which aim at embodying in language the common life and common facts of men and their common nature.
Swift had laid a burden on their shoulders heavier than they could carry, and they fell when they were bereft of his support.
Swift only prophesies the probable issue of such a scheme, as that of the Protestant nunnery; and it is a violent interpretation of his words to suppose him to insinuate, that the conclusion had taken place without the premises.
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Swift likened this method to "that of a discreet physician, who first gives a new medicine to a dog, before he prescribes it to a human creature." Further, the Speaker of the Irish House had come over to England to agitate for the repeal.
Swift's agitation against the repeal of the Test was so successful that the Irish House of Commons found itself in a majority for the Test.
A full account of Swift's interview with Bettesworth is given by Swift in a letter to the Duke of Dorset, dated January, 1733-1734; and the "Grub Street Journal" for August 9th, 1734, tells how the inhabitants of the City of Dublin came to Swift's aid.
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 Edgewater Historical Society - The Outing (V01-1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Another neo-classical design, Swift was opened in 1914 and honors Chicago's 30th mayor, George Bell Swift.
Swift is entombed in Rosehill Cemetery less than a mile away.
Swift was noted at the time of its construction for its introduction of electric clocks.
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 Beckett - Stewart's "Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift"
Georges Bataille was the first to draw attention to this mythical quality in Beckett when he said that Molloy was a “monstrous myth, emerging from the sleep of reason,” and others have further developed his arguments.
Swift, on the other hand, is more comfortable with longer passages in which the barbs of his satire are unleashed at the end of a slow and patient preparation.
Swift, by contrast, holds himself aloof from his protagonist and likens him to the human beings whom he (Swift) is chastising (on return from his last voyage Gulliver hates himself almost as much as he hates his fellow men and women).
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 Jonathan Swift - Court and Empire of Japan
REGOGE was the thirty-fourth emperor of Japan, and began his reign in the year 341 of the Christian era, succeeding to Nena, a princess who governed with great felicity.
This and the fact that no source manuscript is available, plus points of style and intent, have lead to questions about the authenticity of this work.
Teerink, a major authority on Swift's writings, does not cite this work.
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 George Swift
George Swift is listed as going into the band with Freddy Bretherton after Nov 1939.
One of my sons, George, who was in the Royal Canadian Airforce Band for 9 years, also lives here in Spain with his family and as he is also a trumpet player we are in the Spanish Band together.
Swift also started out as a cornetist, and as a young boy he would of course look to great cornetists like Jack Mackintosh.
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 Norway bell
Swift, George Bell (1845 1912) — of Illinois, Born December 14, 1845.
Ringing the Bell, Out there on the rig, hitting a high recovery rate will be important not only for Norway.s giant operator, The largest UK independent.
The Festival Bell is the biggest bell in Norway with a weight of 3900 kg and a diameter of 1,88 meters (6.
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 Cooperweb - Chicago Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Swift was elected pro-tem mayor by City Council on November 6, 1893 after the assassination of Carter Henry Harrison.
Some years back not so long ago, they added a new addition unto Swift which abolished the "good" playground and the fieldhouse.
Smatterings of playground equiptment exists on the "girl's side" which has been paved over and sectioned off the allow for several parking spaces.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Sweetheart to Swinburne
Swift, Birge Carlton — also known as Birge C. Swift — of Michigan.
Swift, Oscar William (1869-1940) — of New York.
Swift, Parton — of Buffalo, Erie County, N.Y. Republican.
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 AP Wire | 12/07/2006 | Mother of novelist Ward Just dead at 101   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Elizabeth Swift Just, mother of novelist Ward S. Just and widow of former Waukegan News-Sun Publisher F. Ward Just, has died at age 101.
She died Thursday of heart failure at Lake Forest Hospital, authorities said.
A native of Chicago's South Side, Elizabeth Just was the granddaughter of Chicago Mayor George Bell Swift, who was chosen to replace the assassinated Carter Harrison Sr.
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 Swift on Japan
Written in M DCC XXVIII Though noted as written in 1728, this essay was not published until 1765 by Deane Swift (JS's second cousin).
Herbert Davis includes "The Court and Empire of Japan" in volume five of his authoritative The Prose Writings of Jonathan Swift (Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1965-1973), noting "there is no reason to doubt [its] authenticity" (p.xii).
And it is also included in volume seven of Scott's The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. alliances very dangerous to Japan "The quadruple alliance, usually accounted the most impolitic step in the reign of George I., had its rise in his anxiety for his continental dominions." T.S. Brennus (not identified)
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 Chapter Seven: Suicidal Women: Fact Or Fiction?
In 1857, writing for the Westminster Review, George Henry Lewes attributed the cause for the lower suicide rate among women to women's "greater timidity" and to "their greater power of passive endurance, both of bodily and mental pain" (71).
From 1848 to 1850, George Frederic Watts worked on Found Drowned, a portrait of a woman washed up by the tides under Waterloo Bridge, her body laid out in the form of a cross.
George Eliot's Mill on the Floss as a mythic expression of Eliot's obsession with Wollstonecraft's attempt to live and die the myth of abandonment (Auerbach, 94).
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 Comet - New World Encyclopedia Preview
In 1681 Saxon pastor Georg Samuel Doerfel set forth his proofs that comets are heavenly bodies moving in parabolas, with the Sun at the focus.
In recent years, many comets have been discovered with the aid of instruments operated by large teams of astronomers—in this case, the name of the instrument may be included.
In the past, when multiple comets were discovered by the same individual, group of individuals, or team, the comets' names were distinguished by adding a numeral to the discoverers' names—for example, comets Shoemaker-Levy 1–9.
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 Of Public Absurdities in England
Frederick Falkiner, Essays on the portraits of Swift: Swift and Stella (London 1908).
Kathleen Williams, Swift and the age of compromise (London 1959).
John M. Bullitt, Jonathan Swift and the anatomy of satire: a study of satiric technique (Harvard 1961).
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 Kentucky State Police: Post Press Release
Both Sergeant Walker and Trooper Bell utilized their years of training and experience to judge the suspect’s commitment to the actions she was taking.
Sergeant Walker, while being held at gunpoint, demonstrated great self-control and restraint in timing his negotiations, all the while monitoring the suspect and observing her finger was not committed to the trigger of the firearm.
Trooper George Bell is a fourteen-year veteran of the Kentucky State Police and Post One.
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 Gulliver's Travels / Jonathan Swift - Linkis: Biography
Gosford Forest Park The Swift Connection -- home of the Acheson family Swift visited, with a selection of poetry featuring the area.
Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) was an Irish-born author who gained notoriety and political influence as a sharp-witted satirist...." - item from glossary belonging to site called "What is Culture?"
Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) pseudonym of Isaac Bickerstaff - aside from the error in the title (Bickerstaff was Swift's pseudonym, not the other way around) this is not a bad entry.
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 George Bell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
From the 1880s through the early decades of the fracture would not reverberate.
The bell was named is thus liberty for the death of John Pass and John Stow, together with city and date, along the hairline crack so that the sides of the Province of Pensylvania for the enslaved Africans and not for the first time it was rung.
Wu`s A Window Cleaner - (studio) Grand & Healthy Life - (studio) Everybody has george bell.
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 American Church in Paris -Sermons
Their communion could have as easily been the bread and cup shared as a symbol of English-French unity after the Battle of Agincourt, in the middle of the Hundred Years’ War.
These clergy I met in 1972 were disciples of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the young and martyred German theologian, and his English patron Bishop George Bell.
No, you may not divorce her because you want to; your union is of a deeper nature than your customs.
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 TheStreet.com: Did Microsoft 'Ditch' Lernout & Hauspie?
Chairman George Bell led the way, filing to sell 43% of his holdings.
"No way George Bell would let 43% of his holdings go if he knew this was going to happen," says Bob Gabele of CDA/Investnet.
Reasons vary, but one of the most prevalent is losing access to a company that may think of them as a friend; others run funds whose investors prefer that they not speak publicly.
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 SPLCenter.org: Communing with the Council
Another political heavyweight in South Carolina, longtime Democratic state treasurer Grady Patterson, was photographed in his office last year with state CCC chairwoman Frances Bell and her husband, George Bell.
Insisting he had never heard of the Council and never authorized any use of the photograph, Patterson expressed his distaste for "organizations like this," saying he fought in World War II "for the American ideal that all men are created equal."
Gordon Baum's reaction was swift and celebratory: "Thank God for Trent Lott." But after Lott issued an apology to "anyone who was offended by my statement," the CCC stopped cheering.
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 U.S. major cities (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 To the right Worshipful The Mayor, Aldermen, Sheriffs, and Common Council of the City of Cork
The prose works of Jonathan Swift D. D., volume 7 (Historical and political tracts-Irish).
London, George Bell and Sons (1905) page 366-68.
Created: By Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Date range: August 15, 1737.
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 The History of Chicago's Mayors - presented by Illinois Genealogy Trails
A businessman, volunteer librarian and "Douglas Democrat", Gray was mayor in 1853-4.
He had been a partner of Cyrus McCormick, the reaper manufacturer, and was later associated with George Pullman in the building of railroad sleeping cars.
Arrived in Chicago on May 26, 1835 and took on work as a clerk for George W. Merrill.
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 U.S. Methodist Politicians
1922) Milton George Urner (1839-1926) George Vickers (1801-1879) William A. Wallace (b.
George Venable Allen (1903-1970) William Reynolds Allen (b.
1941) John Wesley Hoyt (1831-1912) John Benjamin Kendrick (1857-1933) The District of Columbia George Venable Allen (1903-1970) Edward Berton Almon (1860-1933) William Brockman Bankhead (1874-1940) Thomas Jefferson Barlow III (b.
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 Mayors of Chicago
In 1867, Rice's veto of a bill to enact an 8-hour work day led to the first May Day Celebration as a day for the working classes.
Pledging to clean up Chicago and remove the crooks, Thompson turned his attention to the reformers, who he saw as the real criminals.
According to Thompson, at this time the biggest enemy the United States had was King George V of England.
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