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English social reformer and Theosophist mystic in India   1847 – Born on the 1st of August in London, England.   1867 – Married a clergyman Frank Besant, younger brother of Walter Besant.   1874 – She authored "The Political Status of Women".   1877 – Wrote "The Law Of Population".   1878 – Wrote ..

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1875 – Born on the 10th of July in Mayesville, South Carolina. She was an educator. 1894 – Graduated in Scotia Seminary near Concord, North Carolina. 1898 – Married Albertus Bethune, a former schoolteacher turned haberdasher. 1904 – A U.S. educator born to former slaves, she made her way through college and founded a school ..

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1865 – He was born on the 26th of June in Butrimonys, Lithuania.          – He graduated from Harvard University and married Mary Smith. 1895 – He wrote the Lorenzo Lotto, an Essay on Constructive Art Criticism won wide critical acclaim. 1903 – He published The Drawings of the Florentine Painters. 1907 – He ..

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English author, art critic, and Marxist 1926 – Born on the 5th of December in London, England. 1944-1946 – He served in the British Army. Enrolled in the Chelsea School of Art and the Central School of Art in London. 1948-1955 – He teach, drawing and became an art critic, publishing many essays and reviews ..

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1803 – Born on the 11th of December in La Cote-Saint-Andre, France. 1826 – Met Harriet Constance Smithson and was the inspiration for his Symphonie fantastique. 1830 – Composed "Symphonie Fantastique".          – Berlioz won the Prix de Rome. 1833 – Married Harriet Constance Smithson with Franz Liszt and Heinrich Heine as witnesses. 1834 – ..

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         – He was of English birth. He is frequently called Morlanensis, which title most writers have interpreted to mean that he was a native of Morlaix in Brittany, though some credit him to Murlas near Puy in Béarn. 1109-1122 – He belonged to the family of the Seigneurs of Montpellier in Languedoc, and ..

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1867 – Born on the 27th of May in Hanley, Staffordshire, England. 1888 – At age 21 he worked as a rent collector. 1889 – Won a literary competition in Tit Bits magazine. 1894 – Became assistant editor of the periodical Woman. 1898 – His first novel A Man from the North was published. 1902 ..

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1662 – Born on the 27th of January in Oulton near Wakefield, Yorkshire. 1676 – From the grammar school of Wakefield Richard Bentley passed to St John’s College, Cambridge. 1680 – Obtained a scholarship and took the degree of B.A. 1690 – Bentley had taken deacon’s orders. 1692 – He was nominated first Boyle lecturer, ..

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1748 – He was born on the 15th day of February of this year in Spitalfields, London.   1763 – He obtained his Bachelor’s degree this year at the Queen’s College of Oxford.   1766 – He took his Master’s degree this year at the Queen’s College of Oxford.   1769 – He trained as ..

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