1847 – Born on the 2nd of April in Alexandria. 1865 – Studied in England and returned to his native cite of Alexandria. 1875 – The Times newspaper designate him to be the official Egypt correspondent. 1882 – He became famous for his coverage of the Arabi revolt. 1880 – He also began the Egyptian Gazette newspaper. 1890-1908 – Invited by owner A. F. Walter to help run the financially The Times. 1902 – He created Literature, a forerunner of The Times Literary Supplement. 1910 – Created The Times Educational Supplement. 1911 – Charles Frederic Moberly Bell died on 5th of April in London.