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  1. Hon. Lucius Cary, Master of Falkland, the eldest son of the Viscount of Falkland; Hon. Christopher Arbuthnott, Master of Arbuthnott, eldest son of the Viscount of Arbuthnott; Hon. Max Makgill, Master of Oxfuird, eldest son of the Viscount of Oxfuird; Hon Oliver Lyttelton, eldest son of the Viscount Cobham

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    1643 – Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland, English soldier and politician, Secretary of State for England (b. 1610) 1684 – Kim Seok-ju, Korean scholar and politician (b. 1634) 1793 – Fletcher Christian, English lieutenant and mutineer (b. 1764) 1803 – Robert Emmet, Irish republican (b. 1780)

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  6. Master and Maid (English) Miss Esperance and Mr Wycherly (English) Mr. Wycherly's Wards (English) The Vagaries of Tod and Peter (English) (as Author) Harkins, E. F. (Edward Francis), 1872-¶ Famous Authors (Men) (English) (as Author) Little Pilgrimages Among the Men Who Have Written Famous Books (English) (as Author) Harkness, Peter T. ¶ Andy ...

  7. 04/09/2005 · He learns that he who [38] has mastered any law in his private thoughts is master to that extent of all men whose language he speaks, and of all into whose language his own can be translated. The poet, in utter solitude remembering his spontaneous thoughts and recording them, is found to have recorded that which men in cities vast find true for them also.