Coleman, William

Coleman, William

(1766–1829) journalist; born in Boston, Mass. In 1801 he cofounded the New York Evening Post, which he edited under the supervision of Alexander Hamilton; its vituperative pro-Federalist editorials attracted many lawsuits, none of them successful.
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Baird brings extensive banking, credit, risk management and technology experience to the bank's board, joining industry leaders including chairman Emeritus, Charlie Walters, as well as Robert Austell, John Burnett, Billy Coleman, William Mathis, Sudhirkumar Patel, Donald Rex Jr.
West Allotment Celtic, fifth bottom, lost 4-0 at home to Penrith for whom Jamie Hope, Martyn Coleman, William Paul and Nathan Waterson struck.
CUTLINE: At-large council candidates at the forum last night are, from left, Stephen Buchalter, Devin Coleman, William Coleman, Mike Germain, Jim Kersten, Konstantina Lukes, Joe O'Brien, Joe Petty, Rick Rushton and Kate Toomey.
Youngsters Rhys Coleman, William Leetch, Aerran Gatrell, Stephanie O' Brien and Ellen Williams were presented with pounds 200 towards the playgroup's funds.
Mike Coleman, William Hertell III and Stacey Spiegel differ in how they describe their mixture of art and music.
Unlike Coleman, Williams had not seen action in WW II, but served as a flight instructor in the States.
KIDDERMINSTER: Brock, Stamps, Ayres, Coleman, Williams (Parrish, 45), Hinton (Bennett, 45), Shilton, Flynn, Melligan, Henriksen, Broughton (Foster, 71).
KIDDERMINSTER (3-5-2): Brock; Hinton (Smith 69), Willis, Stamps; Coleman, Williams, Bennett (Ward 62), Flynn (Parrish 72), Narada (Shilton HT); Lewis (Wilding 86), Lightbourne (Henriksen 62).