Jean remarried to Colonel William Livingston
, Viscount Kilsyth, and gave birth to another child.
He cites leaders, such as General George Washington and New Jersey Governor William Livingston
, who typically went to great lengths to avoid being kidnapped, thereby enabling them to stay in the game and continue to bolster the patriot cause.
The essays are wide-ranging; the Gaelic poets Ailean Dall, William Livingston
, Mairi Mhor and Niall MacLeoid rub shoulders with Robert Louis Stevenson, Walter Scott and James Hogg.
The Founders at Home tells the story of the American Revolution and the early years of the Republic by way of biographical chapters on several well known 'Founding Fathers'--George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison--as well as a few lesser-known names (John Jay, William Livingston
, the Lees of Virginia), arranged roughly chronologically according to presidential succession and contemporary events.
Another chapter examines the thought of New York lawyer William Livingston
Matthew Penn and William Livingston
have measured the average magnetic fields in the umbras of sunspots since 1999.
Or of Dr William Livingston
, who, at Woodbine in 1996, bizarrely, ran Ricks Natural Star in the Turf.
In the 1566 missive, Mary informs James, Earl of Both-well, of eight rebels "dwelling on the lands of Sir William Livingston
of Kilsyth at Dern-chester" and warns him they must be punished.
The man who had built it, William Livingston
, had a habit of naming the places where he lived.
Ricks Natural Star, who was owned by William Livingston
, a veterinarian with little racetrack experience, finished last in the Breeders' Cup Turf at Woodbine, where he was hopelessly overmatched.
Mary Lou Lustig, Department of History, West Virginia University, is the author of Robert Hunter (1666-1734): New York's Augustan Statesman (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1983) and "Privilege and Prerogative," New York's Provincial Elite, 1710-1776 (1994), and the co-editor of The Papers of William Livingston
But when astronomer William Livingston
of the National Solar Observatory in Tucson took a longer-exposure photo, he detected filamentary "bridges" spanning the penumbra and umbra -- an indication that magnetic field lines cross into the central region.