Hull, John

Hull, John

(1624–83) merchant, goldsmith; born in England. He came to Boston in 1635. He became the mintmaster for Massachusetts (1652), coined the colony's pine tree emblem shillings (1662) and served as the colony's treasurer (1676–80).
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His career thereafter combined a veritable Who's Who of the mid-20th century, as the Forward puts it--not only every significant China expert in academia and government, but also FDR, Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Tsetung (I'm using Davies' transliterations here), Joseph Stilwell, Cordell Hull, John Foster Dulles, Stalin and Molotov, all the way to Eero Saarinen, Teilhard de Chardin, Diego Rivera, and Reinhold Niebuhr--with an only barely imaginable ability to show up anywhere worldshaping events were going on: Peking, Mukden, India, Burma, Washington, DC, Cairo, Yenan, Singapore, Moscow, and on and on.
Trinity Mirror team shot: back: Lee Clarke, Lee Davies, Jamie Cassells, Ian Dempsey, Dan Jones, Phil Kirkland, Errol Roberts, Stacey Barnfield, Mark Duncombe' front: James Hall, Lee Cockerill, Martin Timms, Ian Gannon, Matt Phillips, Anthony Bisseker' Brindleyplace team line up: back: Steve Harris, Gary Taylor, James Heather, Ross Fittall, Matt Crockford, M ark Hull, John Speakman, Mark Averill' front: Ian Westwood, Bill Bishop, Stuart Eustace, Graham Sutton, Richard Gregory' A corner causes danger in the Trinity Mirror penalty area' Stuart Eustace, captain of Brindleyplace receives the Winners Trophy from Tracy Whiteman from the National Blind Children's Society
Former Tigers' stand-off Tony Kemp is on the coaching staff at Auckland Warriors and might fancy a head coaching job in England, while Shaun McRae's assistant at Hull, John Kear, is another man well known to the Castleford public.
With: Ted Banfalvi, Carolyn Doherty, Ashley Hull, John Jacquet Jr.
Loaded with some of the top scorers in the world such as Brett Hull, John LeClair and Keith Tkachuk, Team USA scored nine goals in four games.
Shearsmith was born in east Hull, John Prescott territory, in 1969.
My mate in the team is this big Northern lad from Hull, John Tripe.