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Southey

Robert. 1774--1843, English poet, a friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge, attacked by Byron; poet laureate (1813--43)
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Eleven years after her writing first appeared in the Globe and Mail, popular columnist Tabatha Southey was abruptly fired last August via an email from editor-in-chief David Walmsley.
Speaking on behalf of the force, solicitor Chris Southey said: "The death of any young person can be very shocking and questions are asked about what caused it, with a view, sometimes, to finding a scapegoat or to find a solution in the future.
In court yesterday counsel for Mr Mulhern Hugh Southey claimed the authority originally concluded there was sufficient evidence to prosecute for perjury, but decided against it because of a potentially viable defence that Scappaticci acted out of necessity based on fears for his life.
Author Robert Southey lived there between 1799 and 1805 and it is where he wrote the story, based on an earlier fairytale.
| Antony Ross Lewis, 28, from Southey Street in Barry, was fined PS83 for driving without a licence and PS250 for driving without insurance.
Chapter Five, "Robert Southey's Laureate Policy," is the book's nub.
(I cite Smith here over Southey even though Southey erroneously appears before Smith in the volume.
What did Samuel Johnson, James Boswell, Dorothy Wordsworth, James Hogg and Robert Southey have in common?
"The downgrade shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, but it is a major issue for the refinancing," Robert Southey, managing partner at London-based boutique firm Trench Capital Partners, said ahead of Noble's results.
Michael Christian Schoeman and Patrick Michael Ferrar Southey is co-managing the branch.