Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell
, OM FRS, the British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, essayist, social critic, political activist, and Nobel laureate, has been quoted as saying: "This idea of weapons of mass extermination is utterly horrible and is something which no one with one spark of humanity can tolerate.
The other six candidates were: Earl Lloyd-George of Dwfor (great grandson of former Liberal PM David Lloyd George); Lord Calverley; the Earl of Carlisle; Lord Kennet; Earl Russell
and Lord Somerleyton.
Book One gets us to 1911, past Earl Russell
's 1869 "Life Peerages Bill", the Earl of Rosebery's 1888 Select Committee, and the Marquess of Salisbury's 1888 "Life Peerages Bill", to the great Rosebery-Salisbury-Asquith debates in 1910.
Lord John Russell, the foreign secretary, was the son of the 6th Duke of Bedford (himself created 1st Earl Russell
in 1861), and belonged to one of the great Whig families.
Cruikshank himself drew an angler as one of 'The Three Rodds' (June 25th, 1836) and two years later John Doyle ('HB', 1797-1868) produced a political print entitled 'An illustration of The Compleat Angler that would astonish old Izaak could he come to life' (June 24th, 1838), featuring Earl Russell
, Sir Robert Peel and the Duke of Wellington.
Carolyn was born in Worcester, one of five children to Marion (Kelly) Russell and George Earl Russell
and lived most of her life in Worcester and Shrewsbury.
At the start of the year, John Russell, 1st Earl Russell
, was Prime Minister.
1 The first car registration mark, A1, was issued in 1903 to John Francis Stanley, the 2nd Earl Russell
grandfather, and he was to be the fourth Earl Russell
. More importantly,
The World Market Center's building permit application, which was submitted earlier this year, is currently under review by the city of Las Vegas, said Earl Russell
, plans examinations supervisor.
# A1, the first ever London numberplate, was registered to a Napier car owned by Earl Russell
. It has since been lost, but is worth more than pounds 500,000.
The very first personalised registration was sold in 1903 to the 2nd Earl Russell
who queued all night outside London's registration office to secure the number plate A1.