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  1. William Ernest Henley (Gloucester, Inglaterra; 23 de agosto de 1849-Woking, Inglaterra; 11 de julio de 1903) fue un poeta inglés. De niño sufrió tuberculosis , lo que finalmente resultó en la amputación de una pierna y 12 meses de recuperación en la famosa Enfermería de Edimburgo.

  2. In 1762, the elder William Franklin married Elizabeth Downes, daughter of a planter from Barbados, in London. In 1763, he was appointed as the last royal governor of New Jersey. A Loyalist to the king, William Franklin saw his relations with father Benjamin eventually break down over their differences about the American Revolutionary War , as Benjamin Franklin could never accept William's ...

  3. 20/08/2022 · NASCAR Cup Series regular William Byron will start today’s Xfinity Series race at Watkins Glen International (3 p.m. ET on USA Network, NBC Sports App, NBCSports.com) from the pole position ...

  4. Born in Gloucester, England, poet, editor, and critic William Ernest Henley was educated at Crypt Grammar School, where he studied with the poet T.E. Brown, and the University of St. Andrews. His father was a struggling bookseller who died when Henley was a teenager. At age 12 Henley was diagnosed…

  5. William McComas Byron Jr. (born November 29, 1997) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series , driving the No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Hendrick Motorsports , and part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series , driving the No. 7 Chevrolet Silverado for Spire Motorsports .

  6. Ursula had four older brothers, Henry Pole, 1st Baron Montagu, Reginald Pole, Cardinal and last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Geoffrey Pole, and Sir Arthur Pole. Her eldest brother Henry, who was one of the peers at the trial of Queen Anne Boleyn , was executed for treason in 1539; two years later her mother followed him to the block, and her titles and honours were forfeited to ...

  7. William Shakespeare. Release Date. April 1611. View All Credits ... We'll have thee, as our rarer monsters are, Painted on a pole, and underwrit, 'Here may you see the tyrant.'