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Hyde

 (hīd), Douglas 1860-1949.
Irish nationalist and writer who founded the Gaelic League (1893) and was the first president of Ireland (1938-1945).

Hyde

, Edward First Earl of Clarendon. 1609-1674.
English politician who was an adviser to Charles I during the English Civil War and Lord Chancellor to Charles II (1658-1667). Threatened with impeachment, he fled to France, where he wrote The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England (printed 1702-1704).

Hyde

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n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in Tameside unitary authority, Greater Manchester; textiles, footwear, engineering. Pop: 31 253 (2001)

Hyde

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n
1. (Biography) Douglas. 1860–1949, Irish scholar and author; first president of Eire (1938–45)
2. (Biography) Edward Hyde See Clarendon2

Hyde

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n.
Edward, Clarendon, Edward Hyde.
References in classic literature ?
I daresay that when night comes, this Hyde Park which is so gay by day, is haunted by the ghosts of many mothers, who run, wild-eyed, from seat to seat, looking for their sons.
But if we could dodge those dreary seats she longed to see me try my luck, and I sought to exclude them from the picture by drawing maps of London with Hyde Park left out.
Vincent put into his hands, untrammelled by orders, a division of his fleet, and Sir Hyde Parker gave him two more ships at Copenhagen than he had asked for.
You have come to ask me about what I saw in Pall Mall and opposite the Hyde Park Hotel?
We must now convey the reader to Mr Western's lodgings, which were in Piccadilly, where he was placed by the recommendation of the landlord at the Hercules Pillars at Hyde Park Corner; for at the inn, which was the first he saw on his arrival in town, he placed his horses, and in those lodgings, which were the first he heard of, he deposited himself.
Well, sir," said the gentleman, "if that is your resolution, the message I am to deliver to you is that my lord desires the favour of your company this morning in Hyde Park.
He considered the chambers and his own lodging as temporary residences, and advised me to look out at once for a "fashionable crib' near Hyde Park, in which he could have "a shake-down'.
and wouldn't it be a blessed thing for your spirrits if ye cud lay your two peepers jist, upon Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt, when he is all riddy drissed for the hopperer, or stipping into the Brisky for the drive into the Hyde Park.
The year of which I am now writing was the year of the famous Crystal Palace Exhibition in Hyde Park.
They held their course at this rate, until they had passed Hyde Park corner, and were on their way to Kensington: when Sikes relaxed his pace, until an empty cart which was at some little distance behind, came up.
One afternoon he had walked into Hyde Park, and was slowly threading his way through the human maze which edges the Drive.
Firebrace is of this sort; the lady with the beautiful fair ringlets whom you see every day in Hyde Park, surrounded by the greatest and most famous dandies of this empire.