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1625 – Thomas Stanley was born. 1637 – He proceeded to Cambridge, in his thirteenth year, as a gentleman commoner of Pembroke Hall. 1641 – He took his M.A. degree, but seems by that time to have proceeded to Oxford. He subsequently embarked on a legal career. 1655-1661 – Stanley’s most serious work was his ..

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1780 – Born on the 26th of December. 1741 – She was the daughter of Admiral Sir William George Fairfax, and was born at the manse of Jedburgh, in the Borders, the house of her mother’s sister, wife of Dr Thomas Somerville, author of My Own Life and Times, whose son would become Mary’s second ..

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1736 – James Macpherson, born on the 27th of October in Ruthven in the parish of Kingussie, Badenoch, Inverness-shire, Highland. He was a Scottish poet, known as the "translator" of the Ossian cycle of poems. 1753 – He was sent to King’s College, Aberdeen, moving two years later to Marischal College (the two institutions later ..

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1645 – Born in Paris on the 16th of August. 1673 – He was called to the bar, and bought a post in the revenue department at Caen, which gave him status and an income. 1688 – His Caractères appeared, and at once, as Nicolas de Malezieu had predicted, brought him "bien des lecteurs et ..

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1925 – Ernst Jandl, born on the 1st of August in Vienna, Austria. He was an Austrian writer, poet, and translator. 1952 – Influenced by Dada he started to write experimental poetry, first published in the journal "Neue Wege" (New Ways). 1973 – He co-founded the "Grazer Autorenversammlung" in Graz. 1983 – 1987 – Became ..

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1929 – Richard Howard, born on the 13th of October in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a distinguished American poet, literary critic, essayist, teacher, and translator. 1951 – 1952 – A graduate of Columbia University with B.A and M.A. 1952 – 1953 – After reading French letters at the Sorbonne, he had a brief early career ..

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1553 – Born in London. English lexicographer and translator of Montaigne. 1604-1619 – Florio was groom of the privy chamber to Queen Anne. 1580 – Translated Navigations and Discoveries, Giovanni Battista Ramusio’s account of the voyages of Jacques Cartier. 1578-1591 – His Firste Fruites, a grammar and a series of dialogue in Italian and English, ..

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1488 – Myles Coverdale, born in York, North Yorkshire, North England, UK. He was a 16th-century Bible translator who produced the first complete printed translation of the Bible into English. 1514 – He studied at Cambridge, was ordained priest and joined the Augustinian Friars at Cambridge, but was converted to Protestantism. 1535 – His own ..

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US Communist, journalist, author and spy:  http://www.whittakerchambers.org/ 1920-1925:  Student at Columbia College (Columbia University) – 1922, Editor of The Morningside (now Columbia Review) 1925-1928:  Member of the American Workers’ Party and journalist for The Daily Worker newspaper 1931-1932:  Editor of The New Masses magazine  1932-1938:  Soviet underground spy 1939-1948:  Senior editor at TIME magazine 1948-1950: ..

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