James Wyatt


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Noun1.James Wyatt - English architect (1746-1813)James Wyatt - English architect (1746-1813)  
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Provenance: Bought from the artist by Richard Ellison in 1850 ([pounds sterling]150) and with him until at least 1854; James Wyatt, Jr.
AVONHURST New advisory firm Avonhurst this week announced it will be joined by two new partners, James Wyatt and Ian Frost.
As Flex developer James Wyatt considered what a new industrial building should look like, he knew he wanted it to make an architectural contribution to Portland.
Grade 1 listed Heaton Hall, designed by architect James Wyatt for Sir Thomas Egerton in 1772, is acknowledged as one of the most important neo-classical stately houses in the country.
In the first match of the day, M Uzair was up against James Wyatt. Uzair started brilliantly and won the first game 11-8, but after that, he was completely outclassed by James, who won the second game 11-2, third 11-2, before Uzair taking the fourth 11-8 to take the match into fifth and deciding game, which James easily won 11-2 to register an impressive victory in the 47 minutes and also gave England 1-0 lead.
Woking Neighborhood Temporary Sergeant James Wyatt, said: "As a force, we are committed to putting a stop to burglaries, with our officers and detectives working extremely hard to investigate reports of break-ins.
Magistrates in Prestatyn heard that as a result of the behaviour of 52-yearold James Wyatt in November the couple had moved from their home of five years.
James Wyatt finished in second under Alice Petch but the pair were beaten a distance.
Can't honestly say that I'm feeling sorry for directors Stephen Oliver, 44, or 23-yearolds James Wyatt and Michael Hughes.
With the help of renowned architect James Wyatt, work was completed on the folly in 1798 on behalf of George William 6th Earl of Coventry.