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THE RICHES OF NORFOLK

THE RICHES OF NORFOLK

when this county, under Walpole and his fellow squires, almost literally governed England. It gave us Nelson ; it gave us Edith Cavell. It produced a fighting bishop. It is a land rich in history, and even more rich in natural beauty. The collaborators are
November 2, 1951 - Truth - London, London, England
 
Play Reviews: A formidable woman to whom we listen

Play Reviews: A formidable woman to whom we listen

A formidable woman to whom we listen CHICHESTER Cavell EDITH CAVELL was an expert, progressive, dedicated nurse from Norwich who in Brussels in 1915 became a heroine and found her true stature in tragic circumstances created by herself. Her story is told
July 15, 1982 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Head welcomes the new boys

Head welcomes the new boys

Anne Head is also working on a further series dealing with the lives of six famous women. Marie Stopes, Elizabeth Fry and Edith Cavell have already been chosen: the other three are "still being thought about." Although dramatisations, the very nature of
June 24, 1976 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Answers

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Place. 8 The statue of Florence Nightingale, to the statues quiz on pages 20-21 which stands in Waterloo Place. 9 Nurse Edith Cavell was shot on October 12, 1915. Her statue stands on an island by the National Portrait Gallery in St Martin’s Place. 10
January 4, 1969 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
WANTED ‘LADYVENUS THE COW ONE of Britain’s best comedy-thrillers is Appointment With Venus ’’—the lady in question being or prize

WANTED ‘LADYVENUS THE COW ONE of Britain’s best comedy-thrillers is Appointment With Venus ’’—the lady in question being or prize

in MMr, fact, her seventh “famous f woman ’ part, the others being * '; * Nell Gwynn, Peg Woffington, f Queen Victoria, Edith Cavell. HEy’ / i',/ Amy Johnson, and Odette Churchill. For handsome WBSf Jf Michael Wilding, this latest ■ , . t*P W. ..it i MOKENNA
October 20, 1951 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS

first grandchild of Isabel and lan and Sheila. Thanks to Staff at Fonthill and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital. PEIFFER At Edith Cavell Hospital, Brussels, on August 16. 1988. to Loma and Pierre, a daughter, Rachel Elisabeth. First grandchild to M and Andre
August 20, 1988 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Labour Leaders’ Visit

Labour Leaders’ Visit

future Socialist administration, is also matter for conjecture. In a report the Chinese Federation of Labour, quoted f Nurse Edith Cavell s words the International Confederation f 40 years ago. That brave of Free Trade Unions, woman' who succoured the slated
August 17, 1954 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

boy breaking it up in a Braidwood scrapyard and rescued it- A little Rover of 1905 vintage had belonged to the late Nurse Edith Cavell; another Rolls Royce had belonged to the Marquis of Bute, and a 1908 Standard had been owned by the late Miss Sylvia Pankhurst
August 25, 1951 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
FISHERMEN SIGHT TURTLE NEAR FARNE ISLANDS rjlWO Scahouses fishermen thought they had stumbled upon a tragedy when they were fishing

FISHERMEN SIGHT TURTLE NEAR FARNE ISLANDS rjlWO Scahouses fishermen thought they had stumbled upon a tragedy when they were fishing

ISLANDS rjlWO Scahouses fishermen thought they had stumbled upon a tragedy when they were fishing from their vessel the Edith Cavell, on Friday. They saw a huge shape in the /water and believed it to be the bottom of an upturned fishing boat. But on closer
September 8, 1955 - The Berwick Advertiser - Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England
 
Today's weather

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that I heard my first haggis being addressed, the Lammermuirs, Moorfoots or Ochils either, but under Mt. Robson and Mt. Edith Cavell, Sunwapta and Athabaska, glacier-clad peaks on the British Columbia-Alberta border in Canada. The Lovat Scouts, most of
January 28, 1986 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland