Lyttelton


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Lyttelton

(ˈlɪtəltən)
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(Biography) Humphrey. 1921–2008, British jazz trumpeter and band leader who influenced the British revival of New Orleans jazz
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| 1850: The first immigrant ship, the Charlotte Jane, arrived at Lyttelton, New Zealand.
The expedition was covered in five legs, with stopovers at four ports - Fremantle in Australia, Lyttelton in New Zealand, Port Stanley in Falklands and Cape Town in South Africa.
IANS Lyttelton, New Zealand The Indian Navy's sailboat INSV Tarini -- carrying an all-women crew of six on an around-the-world expedition -- arrived here in New Zealand, their second port of call during the world odyssey.
New Delhi: An Indian Navy sailboat, which is on an expedition to circumnavigate the globe with an all-woman crew, on Wednesday reached New Zealand's Lyttelton port, the Navy said.
It reported: "Capt the Hon Charles Lyttelton speaks for many Worcestershire folk in the following tribute in the Times to Flight-Lieut HM Goodwin and Pilot-Officer Barry Goodwin, sons of Major and Mrs Laughton Goodwin, who have given their lives for their country: " 'May I be allowed to pay a most sincere tribute to two close neighbours and very dear friends who have lately given their lives for their country - one as the result of a flying accident, the other in aerial combat.
The author has organized the main body of his text in eleven chapters devoted to the Anglo-Cherokee alliance from 1730 to 1753, the beginning of the French and Indian War, Cherokees in the campaigns against Fort Duquesne, the crises of 1759 and the Lyttelton Expedition, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Upon her alighted the ever-roving eye of her neighbour, none other than Thomas Lyttelton of Hagley Hall, son and heir to the first baron.
BORN AL Pacino, US film actor, 1940, above ELLA Fitzgerald, US jazz musician, 1917 OLIVER Cromwell, political leader, 1999 DIED GINGER Roger, US actress, 1995, above HUMPHREY Lyttelton, UK jazz musician, 2008 CELIA Johnson, English film actress, 1982
Just such a configuration of author images had been established by the early 1750s, when George Lyttelton placed Jonathan Richardson's portrait of the young Alexander Pope above the chimneypiece of his library at Hagley Hall, Worcestershire, accompanied by busts of Shakespeare, Dryden, Milton and Spenser (Fig.
John 1850: New beginnings The first immigrant ship arrived at Lyttelton, New Zealand.