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  1. William Russell, Lord Russell (29 September 1639 – 21 July 1683), was an English politician. He was a leading member of the Country Party, forerunners of the Whigs, who during the reign of King Charles II, laid the groundwork for opposition in the House of Commons to the accession of an openly Catholic king in Charles's brother James.

  2. John continues to be called Lord John Grey, as is befitting a duke's younger son. John's godfather had immediately enrolled him into the Beefsteak Club after his birth. [45] He had been taught the use of a blade starting from age three, [46] and when John was seven, his godfather had begun taking him to the Beefsteak Club every Wednesday for lunch.

  3. Bertrand Russell fue hijo de John Russell, vizconde de Amberley y de Katrine Louisa Stanley. Su abuelo paterno fue lord John Russell, primer conde de Russell, quien fue dos veces primer ministro con la reina Victoria. Su abuelo materno fue Edward Stanley, 2.º barón Stanley de Alderley.

  4. Bertrand Russell: Philosopher and Humanist, by John Lewis (1968) Bertrand Russell , by Alfred Jules Ayer (1972), reprint ed. 1988: ISBN 0-226-03343-0 The Life of Bertrand Russell , by Ronald W. Clark (1975) ISBN 0-394-49059-2

  5. John Russell Schoolwear is a family business and is proud to be the stockist and supplier of many local school’s uniforms. With over 30 years experience, the long standing team takes pride in sourcing quality uniforms, predominantly NZ made and from local suppliers.

  6. The Colonial Policy Of Lord John Russell's Administration, Vol, International Licensing And Protection Of Computer Software|Trevor Black, Scrappy Hooked Rugs: Making The Most Of The Wool In Your Stash|Bea Brock, Cosmic Crisis And Creation: The Search For Meaning|Kenyon Wright

  7. Son grand-père, lord John Russell, le premier comte Russell, deuxième fils du 6 e duc de Bedford (ancien premier ministre du Royaume-Uni de 1846 à 1852 et de 1865 à 1866) et sa grand-mère (née Lady Frances Elliot), tous deux victoriens rigoristes, obtiennent sa garde ainsi que celle de son frère aîné John Francis Stanley.