Dale, David

Dale, David,

1739–1806, Scottish cotton manufacturer and philanthropist. In 1785 he built New Lanark, a cotton mill and model community that provided his employees with good housing and schools. He was succeeded at New Lanark by his son-in-law, Robert OwenOwen, Robert,
1771–1858, British social reformer and socialist, pioneer in the cooperative movement. The son of a saddler, he had little formal education but was a zealous reader.
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, who later made the community world famous. Dale withdrew in 1770 from the Church of Scotland, founding the Old Independents, or Dalites, whom he served as minister.
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TOP TABLE: At the Union dinner are (from left) guest speaker Dave Dale, David Pullen the Union president-elect of Saddleworth, Yorkshire president John Deeming and Halifax-Huddersfield president Phillip Thompson, of Halifax West End Picture by Albert Guest
COLOUR AND LIGHT: Clockwise from above, Tiffany Budd's Cressbrook Dale, David Sandell's Sleeper, Karen Coulson's Chameleon Joe
From left) Tony Marsh, Colin Dale, David Sutch and Tony Dangerfield in 1962 Derek, left, with the guard of honour at Charles Barracks, Brunswick in 1954 Jack, second from right with childhood friends Deidre, Michael, Alan and David Joan, centre, with schoolfriends Jean, Lillian Brenda and Barbara
VICTORY: Durham and Cleveland Under-13 boy''s squash team, from left, Oliver Walls, Joseph Dale, David Duncalf, England coach, Luke Mabbott and Michael Andrews
Dale, David and Thomas were the first three of the apparent suicides involving people aged 15 to 27 in Bridgend since January last year.
The Dragons have used only five batsmen with the likes of Adrian Dale, David Hemp and Mark Wallace yet to be called into action in this competition.
They heaped more misery on their visitors with strikes by Dale, David Carmichael and Scott Moat.
were Greville Starkey, Syd Dale, David Mould, Josh Gifford, Richard Rowe, Gerry Enright and Philip Mitchell.
Croft is not short of options to find a partner for overseas star Jimmy Maher and some thought he might be tempted to plump for an experienced candidate such as Adrian Dale, David Hemp or even himself given his regular role as an opener in one-day cricket.
But the hard work of the Glamorgan pacemen was undone with the early departures of Adrian Dale, David Hemp and Ian Thomas, who were all caught behind by wicket-keeper Richard Blakey off Chris Silverwood on a pitch that evidently still offered plenty of movement to the bowler.
But I was delighted with the way Adrian Dale, David Hemp and Dar-ren Thomas played.