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Shaftesbury

1. 1st Earl of, title of Anthony Ashley Cooper. 1621--83, English statesman, a major figure in the Whig opposition to Charles II
2. 7th Earl of, title of Anthony Ashley Cooper. 1801--85, English evangelical churchman and social reformer. He promoted measures to improve conditions in mines (1842), factories (1833; 1847; 1850), and schools
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Located on the northern end of Neal Street, between Short's Gardens and Shaftesbury Avenue, the buildings are adjacent to existing holdings and comprise six shops (5,200 sq.
Shaftesbury invests exclusively in London's West End.
Heygarth FC had goals from Jack Woods (2), Steven Forbes, Adam Bagley and Dayne Murphy as they convincingly beat Shaftesbury A 5-1 while West Kirby lost 5-0 at Offerton Green.
The Department for Communities has published a strategic plan for the Shaftesbury Square area of Belfast.
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The man died in hospital after suffering multiple gunshot wounds at around 3am yesterday at the Avalon club in Shaftesbury Avenue.
Anthony Ashley Cooper, First Earl of Shaftesbury 1621-1683.
Walk down New Oxford Street until you reach the junction with Shaftesbury Avenue.
The man followed him to the youngster's house in Shaftesbury Street where he kicked and robbed him of his Samsung Galaxy mobile phone on his doorstep.
Lewis, The Origins of Christian Zionism: Lord Shaftesbury and Evangelical Support for a Jewish Homeland.
Anthony Ashley Cooper, the First Earl of Shaftesbury (1621-1683), as "an MP, a privy councilor, a great minister of state, and yet also repeatedly in disgrace, in the Tower [of London], and identified with the most determined of oppositional politics, rabble-rousing, and even conspiracy" embodied the twists and turns of 17th century British political life, according to Spurr (history, Swansea U.