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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).
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(Placename) a town in NW England, in Tameside unitary authority, Greater Manchester; textiles, footwear, engineering. Pop: 31 253 (2001)
1. (Biography) Douglas. 1860–1949, Irish scholar and author; first president of Eire (1938–45)
2. (Biography) Edward Hyde See Clarendon2
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Edward, Clarendon, Edward Hyde.
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