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  1. In 1769, the Duke of Cumberland was sued by Lord Grosvenor for "criminal conversation" (that is, adultery) after the Duke and Lady Grosvenor were discovered in flagrante delicto. Lord Grosvenor was awarded damages of £10,000, which together with costs amounted to an award of £13,000 (equivalent to £1,920,000 in 2021).

  2. Photograph credit: Harris & Ewing ; restored by Adam Cuerden

  3. Enrique Krauze, in his book Biography of Power, states the Constituent Congress contained 85 conservatives and centrists close to Carranza's brand of liberalism, and 132 more radical delegates. [36] An important group of delegates elected to the congress were the " Bloc Renovador ", who had been elected in 1912 to the Mexican legislature during Madero's presidency.

  4. Henry Benedict Thomas Edward Maria Clement Francis Xavier Stuart, Cardinal Duke of York (6 March 1725 – 13 July 1807) was a Roman Catholic cardinal, as well as the fourth and final Jacobite heir to publicly claim the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland.

  5. Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley was born at Temple Newsam, Leeds, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in 1546.It was initially believed that Henry was born on 5 December 1545, but more recent research suggests he was born in 1546, as his mother had given birth in late February 1545 and in a letter from March 1566, his age was given as nineteen.

  6. Florida Department of State, Division of Corporations. Florida Department of State. Division of Corporations

  7. 1957: Perry Mason, la serie de televisión, hizo su debut en CBS-TV.El show estuvo al aire durante 9 años. 1958: a 150 m bajo tierra, en el área U3m del Sitio de pruebas atómicas de Nevada (a unos 100 km al noroeste de la ciudad de Las Vegas), a las 11:00 (hora local) Estados Unidos detona su bomba atómica Luna (en español), de 0,015 kilotones.