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Kilvert

Francis. 1840--79, British clergyman and diarist. His diary (published 1938--40) gives a vivid account of life in the Welsh Marches in the 1870s
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(34) Francis Kilvert, Kilvert's Diary 1870-79: Selections from the Diary of the Rev.
In essence, it functioned to identify Parliament's adversaries and adjudicate cases of suspected subversion: (74) On December 25, 1643, the Committee ordered the parliamentary sergeant-at-arms John Hunt to discharge Hutchinson from custody on the condition that she "goe to her lodging at Witney [Oxfordshire] and not return [to London] without a justifiable Passe."(75) Beneath the text of the obligation is Hutchinson's mark, an unsteadily inscribed cross, and the signatures of two witnesses, John Felton, and the London solicitor Richard Kilvert. Precise details of her case were regrettably lost when the Committee's records burned in the Westminster fire of 1834, but given the Committee's mandate it seems clear that she was a suspected political dissident.
Another example: in 1963 Waugh asked Buchanan to send 'reprint of Kilvert'.[5] The book in question is Kilvert's diary: selections from the diary of the Rev.
A 265-kilowatt cogeneration plant will use natural gas to generate 20 percent of the building's electricity on site with more than twice the efficiency of remotely generated power, according to Gwen Kilvert, assistant director for sustainability and energy management.
I'd taken solace in the diary of a fabulous Victorian vicar, Francis Kilvert. When I came upon the following passage, I could not help but send it on along to Bob: One bell did not ring loud enough to satisfy the people so they took an axe up to the bell and beat the bell with the axe till they beat it all to pieces.
The longest drive was recorded at the sixth hole by Chris Kilvert, while Scott McShane won the honours for landing his ball closest to the pin of eighth hole.
Ms Shelley desperately tried to summon school doctor Dr James Kilvert, who was 400 metres away in the school's sanatorium.
Reverend Francis Kilvert noted with pleasure how jagged ice clung to the side of his bath and pricked his skin as he merrily bathed on Christmas morning in 1870.
From left, Mandy Jones, Kyle Williams, Kevin Morris, John Wiggam Leslie Kilvert. (Inset) The late Martin Bennion
The town of Kilvert, Athens County, Ohio, is the setting for a historical narrative that deals with slavery in the United States in the nineteenth century, and a contemporary one that provides a thinly fictionalised reflection on African American and Native American, and also South African, culture and the politics of identity.