Sometimes the world's wife has so many daughters, that her card reads rather like a Miscellaneous Lot at an Auction; comprising Mrs Tapkins, Miss Tapkins, Miss Frederica Tapkins, Miss Antonina Tapkins, Miss Malvina Tapkins, and Miss Euphemia Tapkins; at the same time, the same lady leaves the card of Mrs Henry George Alfred Swoshle, NEE Tapkins; also, a card, Mrs Tapkins at Home, Wednesdays, Music, Portland Place.
Likewise, for Mrs Henry George Alfred Swoshle NEE Tapkins.
But his favourite reading was Huxley, Herbert Spencer, and Henry George
; while Emerson and Thomas Hardy he read for relaxation.
Naomie then learns great-great-grandad Henry George
Tulloch was the son of Andrew Tulloch and Rebecca Goulborn, of Eastern Davis Town.
When Yeager was in high school, his history teacher, Miss Conner, suggested that he take the Henry George
School's correspondence course on George's book Progress and Poverty (1879).
Rank: Private Regiment: Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) Age: 20 Date of death: 21-3-1918 Buried at: Pozieres Memorial Henry George
Christopher Dimery Son of Mr HGC and Mary Sarah Dimery, of 37 Malefant Street.
Eventually, Dodgson befriended Henry George
Liddell, the dean of Christ Church, but it was his friendship with his young daughter, Alice Liddell, and her sisters that would prove to be an important turning point in Dodgson's life.
They aroused the ire of San Francisco journalist Henry George
, who turned his attention to studying the potential long-term economic and social consequences of state politics.
Peacefully on 6th December, aged 93 years, Henry George
All we know is that, in about 1898, their barely teenaged son Henry George
"Harry" Ferguson--with exactly the resume cited above--said adios to the farm and set out for Belfast.
The British Arctic Air Route Expedition to East Greenland (1930-31) was an impressive endeavour for the charismatic Henry George
('Gino') Watkins to have been leading, especially given he was just 23-years-old when it commenced.
Deeply influenced by the ideas of political economist Henry George
(Progress & Poverty, 1879), this group saw Ireland's role as leading a world movement towards social justice (129-132).