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  1. The French Regulations of Immorality at the Bar of Public Opinion: Or, the Bureau Des Meurs Among the Breakers by Charles Edward S. Collingwood, 2010-05-25
  2. Memoirs of Bernard Gilpin, Parson of Houghton-Le-Spring and Apostle of the North by Charles Edward Stuart Collingwood, 2010-03-10
  3. Machine Intelligence 1. With a Preface by Sir Edward Collingwood
  4. Homes and Haunts of Famous Authors by H.B.; Collingwood, W.G.; Dowden, Edward; Geddes, Patri Various Authors: Baildon, 1906-01-01
  5. Turned Adrift by Harry Collingwood, 2010-08-04
  6. A Middy in Command: A Tale of the Slave Squadron (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) by Harry Collingwood, 2007-12-07
  7. First Congregational Church, St. Clair Street to Collingwood Boulevard: An informal history of the First Congregational Church, Toledo, Ohio, told against the contemporary years by Edward Parker Johnson, 1987
  9. A Middy in Command by Harry Collingwood, 2009-10-19
  10. Turned Adrift by Harry Collingwood, 1913-01-01
  11. Two Gallant Sons of Devon by Harry Collingwood, 2010-08-04
  12. With Airship and Submarine by Harry Collingwood, 2010-08-04
  14. Turned Adrift by Harry Collingwood, 1938

61. Collingwood Decendancy List
edward collingwood (Jun 14 1725) Mary (-) Francis collingwood (bef 1679-Nov 261746) Elizabeth Griffith (-) Thomas collingwood (-Nov 22 1765) Anne Batheway

62. Wanamaker Decendancy List
Jean Kozier () Arlo Truman collingwood (Feb 1 1927-) Lois Fattig (-) Carro collingwood(Aug 4 1899-May 3 1982) Charles edwards (-) edward Charles edwards (Feb

63. Jenkins Family Genealogical Database Index
collingwood, Peter ( ); collingwood, Tracy ( - ); COLLINS, Colin Munro ( - );COLLINS COLUMBUS, Michelle Mary ( - ); CONLAN, edward ( - ); CONLAN, Leone Marian
Jenkins Family Genealogical Database
For further information, contact: J.R.Jenkins The Jenkins Family genealogical database can be searched several ways:

64. Edward W. Strong
edward W. Strong. I discovered later in reading collingwood's book, The Idea ofHistory, that collingwood had specified the task of the historian doing
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Edward W. Strong
IV University of California, Berkeley: Joining the Faculty (1932-1941) Teaching Courses and Curricula
Teaching Courses and Curricula
Tape 6, Side B NATHAN: You were beginning to speak of the courses that you taught. STRONG: Yes, I had three courses. Introduction to philosophy: this was a course which several members of the faculty offered. In fact, it was the policy of the department to have a lower division course be offered by every member of the faculty, as far as needed to care for enrollment. History of philosophy was taught by some members of the faculty, logic by others. Introduction to philosophy was, by far, the largest course in terms of enrollment. There would be three or four of us teaching this course, with enrollment size running from 125 to 300 and even more students. NATHAN: Now, this was not intended for those who were going to major in philosophy? STRONG: If you were going on in philosophy, there were two required courses: history of philosophy and logic. Introduction to philosophy was like a general humanities course, and we taught it as such. And, of course, one had a teaching assistant, two assistants, and even three assistants, depending on class size. As had been the case at City College with Overstreet's course, I met with the teaching assistants. They attended the lectures. I prepared the examinations with the advice of the teaching assistants. So the course was similar to the course that I had been engaged in teaching as an assistant at City College, with one very important difference. We taught the introduction to philosophy from primary writings; we used no secondary texts. The course at Berkeley was a far superior course to the one that Overstreet had taught at City College.

65. Checklist Of Newspapers... National Library Of Canada
Meaford collingwood papers index to births, marriages, deaths Meaford,Ontario. The Colonial herald and Prince edward Island advertiser An index of

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66. Liste De Contrôle Des Journaux... Bibliothèque Nationale Du Canada
Meaford collingwood papers index to births, marriages, deaths Meaford Halifax,NouvelleÉcosse. The Colonial herald and Prince edward Island advertiser

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67. Christopher Edward Cottier/Petra Mary Dorssers Family Group
m 20 January 1953 Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Christopher edward Cottier. PetraMary Dorssers. Anna Mary Cottier. Student collingwood School, West Vancouver.
Christopher Edward Cottier and Petra Mary Dorssers
Douglas Joseph Cottier Julia Mary Margaret Downie Theodore Batholemew Dorssers Mary Helen Engelen Housewife b 25 September 1921 Liverpool, England b 13 January 1926 Ashton-on-Mersey, England b 10 March 1928 Helden-Panningen, Holland b 10 July 1933 Herkenbosch, Limburg, Holland d 22 April 1984 Toronto, Canada Lives in Toronto, Canada Lives in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Lives in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada m 23 May 1945 Cape Town, South Africa m 20 January 1953 Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada
Christopher Edward Cottier
Petra Mary Dorssers
Investment Advisor, Vancouver, Canada Certified General Accountant, Vancouver, Canada b 9 September 1951 Pretoria, South Africa b 12 May 1955 Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada m 9 August 1986 West Vancouver, Canada Douglas Gordon Cottier Anna Mary Cottier Student Collingwood School, West Vancouver Student Collingwood School, West Vancouver

68. December 6, 1996News Around Town
The decision was taken by OMI to sell collingwood to its most senior manager,edward Pantani, who was responsible for their operation in Osaka and the

Candy Wu, 24, is Cathay Pacific's first female Second Officer and also the first female to be graduated from the Cathay pacific Pilot program.
around town
Also attending the luncheon briefing were Burger King Japan Co., Ltd., President Yuji Kagohashi, Senior Vice President David Fitzjohn and Directors Gus Gelardi and Tetsuji Kanamori. Burger King Japan is a 50-50 joint venture set up by Japan Tobacco Inc. and Grand Metropolitan PLC, and is currently undergoing a rapid growth in Japan as more than 100 Morinaga Love hamburger restaurants are being converted to Burger King establishments.
Recently converted Tokyo outlets include those in Minato-ku, Ikebukuro, Harajuku, Shiba, Ochanomizu, Isezaki-cho in Yokohama, Nakano, Yotsugi, Shibaura Kodaimae, Gakugeidaigaku and Kita Senju.
Lowes, asked about the wisdom of entering the Japanese market at such a late date compared with competitors such as McDonald's and Wendy's, said he has complete confidence that Burger King's taste will soon become a big favorite of Japanese burger lovers, and his company would be Japan's most preferred hamburger chain, a status it enjoys in America.
Pointing out that many Burger King restaurants in North America are located adjacent to a McDonald's and/or a Wendy's, Lowes said, "I can go right in and open a store next to the others and know I'm going to do a good a business without fear of saturation."

69. Burness Genealogy - Descendants Of William Burness And Elizabeth Buik
He married Mary Ann Divine Matthews, daughter of edward Matthews and MaryAnn Owens, on 20 September 1877 in collingwood, Victoria, Australia.
Burness Genealogy
Descendants of William Burness and Elizabeth Buik
The information on this webpage represents a summary of my family history research to date. It is certainly not complete, and not all information has been fully verified by myself from original source documents. Details on sources will be provided on request. I would greatly appreciate any additions, corrections or other comments, and would be pleased to share additional information with others researching this family. Thanks. John Burness Home Branches Database E-mail: John Burness Generation One . William Burness was born circa 1800 in Scotland. He married Margaret Crichton on 5 December 1826 in Kennoway, Fife, Scotland. Margaret Crichton was born circa 1801. Children of William Burness and Margaret Crichton were as follows:
  • 2 i. Isabella Burness was born on 2 November 1827 in Kennoway, Fife, Scotland.
  • 3 ii. Agnes Burness was born on 1 January 1829 in Kennoway, Fife, Scotland.
  • + 4 iii. Margaret Burness , born 7 November 1830 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; married John Gardiner.
Elizabeth Buik was born circa 1806.

70. 3 Stage, Collingwood
collingwood. Directions to Trailhead From collingwood, follow grey rd. Jon Mutiger.edward Bumps from Ontario Date November 16, 2001 Trail Ridden Once a week.,Collingwood.html
Home Page Select Product Reviews Trail Reviews Marketplace Techtalk Passion Hotlinks What's New Dream Bike Spotlight One on One Hot News MTBR Files Company Guide Events Chat Store Outdoor Review Golf Review PCPhoto Review Audio Review PC Game Review Computer Review Consumer Review 3 Stage, Collingwood 3 Stage, Collingwood Location: Canada - Ontario Nearest Town: Collingwood Directions to Trailhead: From Collingwood, follow grey rd. 19 until it starts to climb up the escarpment. As it goes up the hill, watch for where the Bruce trail comes out of the forest on the right. At this point there is an unmarked road on your left. Take this road to the left until the end. At the end there is parking and the great riding is just further down the old road about a km. Trail Description: Fast, 700+feet of vertical. Rocky in sections. Tight in some areas. Lots of good fun riding. Not for the beginner Trail Length: 20 miles Trail Type: Singletrack Skill Level: Advanced Submitted By: Jon Mutiger Edward Bumps from Ontario
November 16, 2001
Trail Ridden: Once a week Recommended Route:
Any route.. Just remember water! Start at the parking area up top near the 3rd line, follow the service trail road down. Carry on past the yellow gates and take a sharpe left into the forest. Follow the trail down to "pantie hill" and climb up and out. Stay to your right (east) and keep climbing. You should finish out at the road across from the Bruce trail access. Ride back on the road or turn around, stay up top and ride back out to the parking area near the 3rd line.

71. I3397: William AKINS (____ - ____)
Dorothy collingwood. . Family 1 Andrew BENNET Dorothycollingwood INDEX. edward MCGEHEE. ABT. 1700 - ABT. 1770.
William AKINS
Family 1 Violet CHASTAIN
William AKINS
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Family 1 Andrew BENNET
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William DE ROS , Sir
Father: William DE ROS , Sir
Mother: Lucy FITZPIERS
Family 1 Eustache FITZHUGH
  • Lucy DE ROS _Robert DE ROS , Magna Charta Surety_ _William DE ROS , Sir_ ... INDEX HTML created by GED2HTML v3.5e-WIN95-UNREGISTERED (Sep 26 1998) on 08/06/99 01:48:00
    Gunhild EGGEN
    1 Jun 1976 -
    • BIRTH : 1 Jun 1976
    Father: Kjell Annar EGGEN
    Mother: Unn Tove KVERNMO
    Gunhild EGGEN
    _Unn Tove KVERNMO INDEX HTML created by GED2HTML v3.5e-WIN95-UNREGISTERED (Sep 26 1998) on 08/06/99 01:48:00
    Alice FITZALAN
    • DEATH
    Father: Richard FILZALAN , Earl
    Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET
    Family 1 Thomas HOLLAND , 2nd Earl of Kent
    • MARRIAGE : 10 Apr 1364, Arundel, Sussex, England
  • Eleanor HOLLAND
  • Thomas HOLLAND
  • Edmund DE HOLLAND ... INDEX HTML created by GED2HTML v3.5e-WIN95-UNREGISTERED (Sep 26 1998)
  • 72. EmmyOnline About Us
    With outstanding leaders, such as Walter Cronkite, Fred Allen, Charles collingwood,edward R. Murrow, Carl Reiner, Neil Simon, Mark Goodson and Basil Rathbone
    The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences was founded in 1957. It is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry. It recognizes excellence in television with the coveted Emmy Award.
    The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is composed of a national office headquartered in New York City and eighteen Chapters in cities across America. The Chapters elect members to the Board of Trustees, the Academy's policy making body.
    The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences 111 West 57th Street Suite 600 New York, NY 10019 Tel. 212-586-8424

    73. Collingwood Athletic Club - Lara Horton Country Park Results
    ELMBRIDGE RR F45 50.27 256 SUSAN PONSFORD F 50.41 257 edward KIDNEY M50 51.19 265ERNEST BOOST EPSOM ODDBALLS M70 51.19 266 THOMAS WILKIE collingwood M45 51.23
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    74. List Of Mayors 1700 - 1799
    1738, Nathaniel Clayton, William Greenwell. 1739, Cuthbert Fenwick, Cuthbertcollingwood. 1740, edward collingwood, Ralph Sowerby. 1741, Robert Sorsbie, JohnOrd.
    Mayors and Sheriffs of Newcastle upon Tyne
    To search this list press Ctrl+F (d) = died in office, (r) = resigned YEAR MAYOR SHERIFF George Henderson John Bowes William Ramsey William Boutflower William Carr John Bell Matthew White Allan Bateman Thomas Wasse Matthew Matfen (d)
    Jonathan Rodham Sir Ralph Carr William Ellison Nicholas Ridley Matthew Fetherstonhaugh Joseph Atkinson Henry Reay Robert Fenwick Edward Johnson George Whinfield (d)
    Jonathan Rodham Henry Dalston William Ellison Ralph Reed Matthew Fetherstonhaugh Francis Rudston Henry Reay Joseph Green Richard Ridley Nicholas Fenwick Edward Johnson Roger Matfen Henry Dalston Nathaniel Clayton Ralph Reed Francis Johnson Francis Rudstone John Kelly Sir William Blackett Thomas Stephenson Joseph Green Cuthbert Fenwicke Nicholas Fenwick Jacob Rutter Francis Johnson Stephen Coulson William Ellison Robert Sorsbie Matthew Fetherstonhaugh Richard Swinburn William Carr James Moncaster Nathaniel Clayton Thomas Wasse Nicholas Fenwick Joseph Liddell Cuthbert Fenwick Robert Johnson Stephen Coulson John Stephenson Henry Reay Cuthbert Smith Francis Rudston William Harbottle Robert Sorsbie Chaloner Cooper Richard Ridley William Fenwick Matthew Ridley John Simson William Ellison Robert Ellison Walter Blackett John Wilkinson Nicholas Fenwick Matthew Bell William Carr Jonathan Sorsbie Nathaniel Clayton William Greenwell Cuthbert Fenwick Cuthbert Collingwood Edward Collingwood Ralph Sowerby Robert Sorsbie John Ord John Simpson William Peareth Ralph Sowerby George Colpitts John Ord (d)
    Matthew Ridley Aubonne Surtees Cuthbert Smith Henry Partis

    75. PELLEW, EXMOUTH - The Life Of Edward Pellew, Viscount Exmouth By Parkinson, C. N
    They were far from friendless, and only improperly can edward Pellew's career withfewer advantages than Nelson, he was far more fortunate than collingwood. 003/Chapter 01 - I.htm
    Contents Back Chapter II Home Exmouth Edward Pellew - By Parkinson, C. Northcote, London, 1934 CHAPTER I - Background We have . . . to boast of splendid instances of men who went to sea at the age of twelve and thirteen, who by self-education rendered themselves ornaments to our Profession, and worthy of bearing comparison with the most distinguished statesmen and diplomatists of the age; namely, Lord St. Vincent, Lord Nelson, Lord Collingwood, Lord Exmouth, Sir Richard Keats, Sir George Cockburn - cum multis aliis. Sir T. Byam Martin. THE name Pellew is Cornish, and like a number of Cornish names it is traditionally derived from the French. The pronunciation of the name Pellew, in which the first ' e ' is short, and the accent on the second syllable, makes the derivation from some French names spelt 'Pelleu' or 'Pellieu' probable. To set against this, several early variations of the spelling seem rather to suggest a purely Cornish origin. But if the connexion of the family with St. Aubayne

    76. Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society, Archives
    14) Orders for Type C Coasters 9799, 1946, collingwood. Series B 3/5/1-25.- Specification order sheets. - 15 cm. B 7. Royal edward Hotel fonds.
    Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Index of Business and Labour Holdings
    List of Fonds, O-R
    B 1 Ontario Hydro
    3 cm of textual records Administrative history
    Ontario Hydro, formerly the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, is a crown corporation of the province of Ontario. It was the first provincially owned electric utility in the county, having been established in 1906. Scope and Content
    A collection of proposals and valuations made by Ontario Hydro in Thunder Bay and its predecessors.
    Series B 1/1/1 . - Proposals, 1974
    Preliminary proposal by Ontario Hydro for a generating station for Thunder Bay entitled "Proposal Generating Station for Thunder Bay, May 1974".
    Series B/2/1 . - Valuation, 1926

    77. Unlinked Nankivells.htm
    Children. Minnie May Nankivell c1880 b. collingwood, Victoria. Thomas edward Nankivell(son of the above William – Re Doug Mumma) married Mary Ann Cullen. nankivells.htm
    Unconnected Nankivell’s/Family Groups (1) Victoria, Australia John Nankivell c1829 to 1906 Died at Prahran, Victoria James Nankivell married Jane Nicholls, no other info? Children John Nankivell c1841 to 1893 (52) Died at Coburg, Victoria Samuel Nankill, c1813 to 1855 (42) From Exeter Children- Maria Nankivell c1832 to 1863 (31) Born in Cornwall, Died Victoria, Married Mark Whitford Children Mary Jane Whitford b1857 to 1941 (84) b. Ballarat, Vic, d. M Ponds, Vic Married Long John Whitford b. Ballarat, Victoria Emily Ellen Whitford b1860 to 1938 (77) b. Ballarat, Victoria Married Phillips Children Ruth Nankivell d. Ballarat, Victoria Married John Jenner Nicholls Children Ann Nicholls c1852 to 1937 (85) Ruth Nankivell Nicholls b1854 to 1942 (88) b. Chilwell, Victoria Married Robert Brockett Inglis Children Ruth Nankivell Inglis c1878 to c1957 (78) Died at Ripp, Victoria John James Nicholls c1856 to b. Chilwell, Victoria William Nicholls c1859 to b. Chilwell, Victoria Elizabeth Jane Nicholls c1860 to 1934 (74) b. Chilwell, Victoria, d. Ballarat, Vic Married Selkirk Ann Inglis c1886 to 1936 (50) Died Elsternwick, Vic

    78. I9: Louisa Martha PALMER (ABT 1866 - -- ___ 1945)
    _ _edward Evans STRICKLAND _ _Emily EVANS _ edward John STRICKLAND BIRTH _ 1868, collingwood, Victoria, Australia; DEATH _ 1868
    Louisa Martha PALMER
    • BIRTH : ABT 1866, Balmain, New South Wales, Australia
    • DEATH
    Family 1 Edward Evans STRICKLAND
    • MARRIAGE : 26 JUN 1912, St Martins Church, Hawksburn, Vic, Aust

    Louisa Martha PALMER
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    Edward John STRICKLAND
    • BIRTH
    • DEATH
    Father: Edward Evans STRICKLAND
    Mother: Emily CHERRY
    Family 1 Rebecca Fanny DEAN
  • Albert Edward John STRICKLAND
  • Eunice Joyce STRICKLAND ... INDEX HTML created by GED2HTML v3.0b-UNREGISTERED (5/28/97) on Tue Jun 20 11:23:47 2000.
    Ellen Isabella STRICKLAND
    • BIRTH
    • DEATH
    Father: John STRICKLAND
    Mother: Emily EVANS
    Ellen Isabella STRICKLAND
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  • 79. 600000 People Connected With European Royalty
    Children 1 M edward John collingwood (details suppressed for this living person)Born Christened Died Buried Ralph collingwood Dorothy Grey
    SPECULATIVE TREE . Most of the information in this tree is unverified by me - it's been traded freely on the internet. All corrections and additions would be greatfully accepted.
    This data changes often. If you've arrived from a search engine, it's likely you don't see the information you're looking for. If you go here you can use my index to find who you're looking for.
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    600000 people connected with European Royalty
    Husband Peter Garland
    Wife Elizabeth Coles
    1 M Peter Garland Born: Abt 1630 - , , , Wales Christened: Died: - , , VA Buried: Spouse: Anne Philip (Abt 1634- ) Marr: 27 May 1652 - Petworth, Sussex, England

    80. Communications Concepts, Inc. Space, NASA, Florida, Cape Canaveral, Television,
    With leaders such as Walter Cronkite, Fred Allen, Charles collingwood, edward R.Murrow, Carl Reiner, Neil Simon, Mark Goodson and Basil Rathbone among them

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    CCI Space Shuttle Coverage wins Emmy
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl., May 17, 1999 - Communications Concepts, Inc. (CCI), an audio visual communications company, with headquarters in Cape Canaveral was part of the team that was honored with an Emmy Award at the 35th Annual Midwestern Regional Emmy Awards. The Award was given to recognize the outstanding team effort involved in covering an event that does not happen everyday and effects a large segment of the community. The Emmy was given to CCI’s client, WBNS – Ohio News Network, for coverage of STS-95 John Glenn Launch at an awards gala at The Museum Center at Cincinnati's Union Terminal. In his award acceptance speech, David Sirak, News Operations Manager for WBNS, thanked the entire team of over 170 talented people for their contributions and specifically thanked the crew of Communications Concepts “without them this wouldn’t have happened.” Communications Concepts produced live coverage of the Glenn Launch for WBNS providing crews, staging, set, a multi-camera production truck, microwave truck and satellite uplink truck. Coverage from Kennedy Space Center started weeks before the launch with Space Shuttle Rollout and Astronaut arrival. Launch week coverage included live reports for morning, mid-day, prime and late newscasts. To accomplish this, CCI provided two sixteen-person crews that allowed WBNS to shoot and edit from 4:00 AM until 1:00 AM daily. KSC coverage by CCI included not only reports from the Shuttle Press Site, but also from Astronauts Hall of Fame – Space Camp. Coverage by CCI concluded with the Space Shuttle landing at KSC. This was the second time CCI Shuttle Launch coverage had been nominated for an Emmy. CCI had been previously nominated for its work for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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