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  1. 5 de abr. de 2024 · Wellesley Tudor Pole OBE (23 April 1884 – 13 September 1968) was a spiritualist and early British Baháʼí.. He authored many pamphlets and books and was a lifelong pursuer of religious and mystical questions and visions, being particularly involved with spiritualism and the Baháʼí Faith as well as the quest for the Holy Grail of Arthurian Legend and founded the Silent Minute campaign ...

  2. 29 de mar. de 2024 · Joseph Nollekens (born Aug. 11, 1737, London, Eng.—died April 23, 1823, London) was a Neoclassical sculptor whose busts made him the most fashionable English portrait sculptor of his day. William Wellesley-Pole, 3rd Earl of Mornington, marble bust by Joseph Nollekens, 1811; in the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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  3. MuteQuaker. • 16 hr. ago. Wellington was chosen by his brother William Wellesley-Pole when Arthur was first ennobled as a Viscount after his success at the Battle of Talavera. As Arthur was still in Spain at the time, the task of finding a suitable title fell to William, which he doesn't seem to have much appreciated.

  4. 24 de mar. de 2024 · Replaced by Hon. William Wellesley-Pole 1801 Queen's County (seat 2/2) Rt Hon. Charles Henry Coote – ennobled Replaced by Henry Brooke Parnell 1802 R: Radnorshire (seat 1/1) Walter Wilkins: Reading (seat 1/2) Francis Annesley: Reading (seat 2/2) John Simeon: Reigate (seat 1/2) Hon. John Somers Cocks: Reigate (seat 2/2) Joseph Sydney Yorke

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  5. 20 de mar. de 2024 · Despite this, Pistrucci 'relentlessly' pursued the role, using the Waterloo medal as a bargaining chip and thereby delaying its production. Spats about other medal commissions and the replacement of his chief advocate, William Wellesley-Pole, with less admiring Mint Masters resulted in dwindling commissions and increasing scrutiny ...

  6. Há 5 dias · Pole, Sir William (1561–1635) antiquary, baptised on 27 Aug. 1561 at Colyton, Devonshire, was son of Sir William Pole, knt., of Shute in the same county, and his wife, Catherine, daughter of Chief-justice John Popham. The family originally came from Wirrell in Cheshire, and apparently had no connection with the dukes of Suffolk of that name ...

  7. 21 de mar. de 2024 · The Royal Mint Museum was established in 1816 by the Master of the Mint William Wellesley Pole. In a memorandum of 12 February 1816 he wrote that he had observed with pain that not only was there no Collection of British Coins in His Majesty's Mint, but there is not a single Proof Coin or a single serviceable Matrix or Puncheon preserved in the Office.