1 edition of George Digby found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DA407.B7 T6, DA407.B7 T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||25001255|
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[George and his father Henry, a widower, along with George's elder brother Charles were living with Henry's parents, Samuel C. and Edith Beswick.] Masham, Yorkshire Census: Market Place - George Digby Beswick, aged 16 years, born Middleham, Yorkshire. [George was employed by William Redfern Finlayson, House Painter.]. This book catalogues these changes and outlines in detail the many regimental distinctions which exist throughout this old and prestigious army. Among the formations examined are the Household Division, the Royal Armoured Corps, the Scottish Division, the Queen's Division, the King's Division, The uniform of the British Army underwent many /5(7).
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Digby (Aug – May 2, ) was an American baseball scout and consultant in Major League Baseball. A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Digby started his professional career in He was coaching high school baseball in his homeland when a Boston Red Sox executive came to sign his best pitcher, Dick Callahan.
Digby helped young Callahan drive a hard bargain. GEORGE DIGBY - ; m. Anne (Hilary) HAVERCAMPE, widow of Robert Hilary, daughter of Sir Owen BUTLER of Sharmbrooke and his wife Agnes Sharmbrooke; He was known as George Digby of Lofts Essex and Barnes Surrey.
They had three sons - George, Captain in King Charles' 2nd Guards, Thomas and James who died in Scotland. THOMAS. George Digby’s life story is like a walk through baseball history.
A Red Sox Hall of Famer, Digby’s career spanned generations and brought a true sense of class to baseball. After his illustrious scouting career, colleagues and players alike rank him as one of baseball’s all-time great scouts.5/5(3).
George Digby, 2nd earl of Bristol, English Royalist, an impetuous and erratic statesman who had a checkered career as an adviser to kings Charles I (ruled –49) and Charles II (ruled –85).
The eldest son of John Digby, 1st earl of Bristol, he first became a royal adviser in In he. George Digby acted as adviser to two kings of England, Charles I and II. He was an admired parliamentarian and a general in the civil war. His reputation was tarnished by his bitter enemy, Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, yet he made a significant contribution to the Royalist cause in the 17 th century.
Handsome, mercurial, courageous and brilliant, he cut a dazzling figure in the society of Pages: Goose feathers Hardcover – January 1, by George Digby (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: George Digby.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Townshend, Dorothea Baker. George Digby. London, T.F. Unwin Ltd.  (OCoLC) This little book was hand made by William Hawkes for his baby sister, Catherine, later known as Kate Digby.
Inside the front cover he has written Wm Hawkes Esq. 33 Richmond St. In the back is written: William Hawkes wrote this book for his sister Catherine - having found it tossed about after she went home to the country.
GEORGE DIGBY, second Earl of Bristol (), was the eldest son of John Digby, first Earl of Bristol, by his wife Beatrix, daughter of Charles Walcot of Walcot, Shropshire, and widow of Sir John Dyve of Bromham, was born at Madrid in Octoberduring his father's first embassy to Spain.
When only twelve years old he appeared at the bar of the House of Commons with a. George Digby Daunt is shown as a subscriber in the book “An Inquiry Concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland” by Thomas Wood, published by Edwards and Savage, Castle Street, Cork in and dedicated to members of the Royal Irish Academy.
The Greenhill Napoleonic Wars Data Book. Digby George Smith. Greenhill Books, - History - pages. 1 Review. Provides comprehensive coverage of every action in every campaign of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. More than 2, actions listed and detailed.5/5(1).
The Garter Stall Plate of George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol. An abundance of talent is not always allied with wisdom and sound common sense. This was certainly true of George Digby (), 2 nd Earl of Bristol and Garter Knight, who has been described by the historian Ronald Hutton as one of English history’s most dangerous men.
He possessed the attributes to succeed as a politician, an. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Digby, H.M. Sir Kenelm Digby and George Digby, Earl of Bristol.
London, Digby, Long & Co., (OCoLC) About this Item: Bray: Cualann Publications, With a New Introduction by Colbert Martin. A fascimile of the edition - "The Stones of Bray and the Stories they can tell of Ancient Times in the Barony of Rathdown" by George Digby Scott - Rector of Bray.
xv, pp. Contents include: The Cambrians, The Great Intrusion, The Rocks That Travelled, The Cromleac Builders, The Rath Makers, Ui.
Digby’s Hullabaloo Ocean Park Blvd. Box Santa Monica, Ca Not a routine journalist's story, for George Digby gives us the highlights of a life of wandering, rather than a life connected with world affairs. Second Earl of Bristol, b.
at Madrid, Spain, where his father, the first earl, was ambassador, ; d. at Chelsea, England, As a boy of twelve he presented a petition at the bar of the House of Commons on behalf of his father who had been committed to the Tower by the Duke of Buckingham. He was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he became M.
A., 31 Aug., Read this book on Questia. Symbol and Image in William Blake by George Wingfield Digby, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Symbol and Image in William Blake (). Extracted out of the elaborate works of Bishop Hall, and Sir Kenelm Digby; and published for general satisfaction, to all Christian princes, states, and common-wealths in Europe.
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Published for All Star Sports Books Condition is Good. The cover has light tanning, a bit of rubbing on the red, light curling on edges. No markings or torn pages. A Price: $Digby Smith is a British military historian.
The son of a British career soldier, he was born in Hampshire, England, but spent several years in India and Pakistan as a child and a "boy soldier," he entered training in the British Army at the age of He was later commissioned in the Royal Corps of Signals, and held several postings with the British Army of the ion: Farnborough Grammar School, German .