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Howard, Henry:

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1517?–1547, English poet; son of Thomas Howard, 3d duke of Norfolk. His irascibility and continuous vaunting of his descent from Edward I resulted in his imprisonment on several occasions.
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No stone marks his resting-place, but his friend and fellow-poet, Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, wrote a noble elegy:--
Wyatt's work was continued by his poetical disciple and successor, Henry Howard, who, as son of the Duke of Norfolk, held the courtesy title of Earl of Surrey.
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Ambassador Romualdez said the Embassy is in touch with Honorary Consul Henry Howard in Miami who is coordinating with members of the Filipino Community in Broward County where the incident took place.
The other three miners, Henry Howard, of Collier Street; Alexander Young, of New Street; and James Cain, of Overton, all Johnstone, survived.
The 18-room Henry Howard Hotel, a historic double-gallery townhouse, was built by acclaimed architect Henry Howard in 1867 as a mansion for Edward Conery, a steamship owner and ship chandler, that he later bestowed to his two daughters.
Thomas Pugh in 1846 on Bayou LaFourche about two miles east of Napoleonville, Louisiana, It is the first important work of architect Henry Howard.
Henry Howard, who helped plan the event, said: "We made sure we were on the routes of students going from lectures to halls, to grab the attention of as many people as possible.
This was the culmination of over two years' hard work by a dedicated team of volunteers working together as the North Shields Fishermen's Heritage Project, led by our chairman, Terry McDermott, and our vice chairman, Henry Howard.
This was the culmination of more than two years' hard work by a dedicated team of volunteers working together as the North Shields Fishermen's Heritage Project, led by our chairman, Terry McDermott, and our vice-chairman, Henry Howard.
He said the Embassy is in touch with Honorary Consul Henry Howard in Florida and Honorary Consul Fitzgerald Brandt in Port-ay-Prince.
In 1867 it passed into the hands of Noah Hingley and in 1868 it was acquired by Henry Howard, two years later being amalgamated with Lloyd and Lloyd of Birmingham.