William Gladstone


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Noun1.William Gladstone - liberal British statesman who served as prime minister four times (1809-1898)William Gladstone - liberal British statesman who served as prime minister four times (1809-1898)
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1863: The London Underground railway was opened by William Gladstone.
Nick Broad, Prenton Ignorant students A RECENT move by some students in Liverpool to devalue the name and reputation of William Gladstone PM, by having his name removed from University estate buildings, has to be challenged.
Tenders are invited for "Provision of air tickets for the needs of the 18th Sofia University" William Gladstone ", Sofia, when traveling abroad" in two separate lots: Lot 1: "Air tickets for Erasmus + project trips"; Lot 2: "Airline tickets for other trips"
THE family of a Birmingham poet who was acclaimed by William Gladstone as one of the "most important female voices of the 19th century" are raising funds to restore her severely damaged gravestone.
Dating from 1866, the club has had famous members including future prime minister William Gladstone and ex-Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United striker Michael Owen.
Named after the 19thcentury PM William Gladstone, the park hosted the National Eisteddfod of Wales' opening ceremony in 1968 as well as the proclamation ceremony four years ago.
BORN WILLIAM Gladstone, Prime Minister, 1809 MARY Tyler Moore, US actress, 1937, above COZY Powell, UK rock drummer, 1947 DIED THOMAS Becket, Archbishop, 1170 BOB Monkhouse, UK entertainer, 2003, above TONY Greig, England cricketer, 2012
e Infant Hercules is a phrase well-known to Teessiders as being the name bestowed on Middlesbrough by Victorian minister William Gladstone who, in 1862, said: "is remarkable place, the youngest child of England's enterprise, is an infant, but if an infant, an infant Hercules.
There are eight undated government bonds outstanding, including one issued by William Gladstone to consolidate, among other things, the capital stock of the South Sea Company, which had collapsed in 1720.
The others featured are William Pitt the Younger, who took office aged just 24, William Gladstone, who was PM four times, Labour reformer Harold Wilson and Churchill's successor Clement Attlee.
We even learn that William Gladstone made some telling contributions to Homeric studies.
AN historic cricket club which has seen the likes of former Prime Minister William Gladstone and striker Michael Owen play there is on the move after 145 years.