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Hugh M'Neile
Hugh Boyd M‘Neile (18 July 1795 – 28 January 1879) was a well-connected and controversial Irish-born Calvinist Anglican of Scottish descent. Fiercely
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List of works by Hugh Boyd M'Neile
publication: Note: His family name, M‘Neile, may also appear as MacNeile, Macneile, Mac Neile, McNeile or McNeile. M‘Neile, H., A Sermon (on Acts 2:11) for
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Neile Adams
Ruby Neilam Salvador Adams (born 1932), known professionally as Neile Adams, is a Filipino-American actress, singer, and dancer who made more than 20
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James Braid (surgeon) (section Hugh MNeile's "Satanic Agency and Mesmerism" sermon)
Lafontaine, and M‘Neile see Yeates (2013), pp. 273–308. The entire text of the contemporary stenographer's transcription of MNeile's sermon has been
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Charles Lafontaine (section MNeile's "Satanic Agency and Mesmerism" sermon)
superstition and ignorance displayed by M‘Neile; and (c) "to the audience’s delight", Nottingham had loudly demanded MNeile’s presence, along with official church
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Ethel McNeile
Three of her siblings, the Reverend Robert Fergus M‘Neile, Annie Hilda M‘Neile and Jessie Margaret M‘Neile, served as missionaries in Egypt and Palestine
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St George's Hall, Liverpool
Robert Peel by Matthew Noble, George Stephenson by John Gibson, Hugh Boyd M‘Neile by George Gamon Adams, Edward Whitley by A. Bruce Joy, S. R. Graves by
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Ballycastle, County Antrim
(1771-1858) - officer of the British Royal Navy, died in Ballycastle Hugh M'Neile (1795-1879) - controversial anti-Roman Catholic preacher John Samuel Bewley
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H. C. McNeile
Herman Cyril McNeile, MC (28 September 1888 – 14 August 1937), commonly known as Cyril McNeile and publishing under the name H. C. McNeile or the pseudonym
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MacNeille (section McNeile)
missionary and headmistress H. C. McNeile (1888–1937), British writer, who published under the pen name "Sapper" Hugh M'Neile (1795–1879), Anglican churchman
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1879
Cadwalader, American jurist and politician (b. 1805) January 28 – Hugh M'Neile, Irish-born English Anglican priest. (b. 1795) February 11 – Honoré Daumier
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Isabel Preysler
actress Neile Adams, who is her mother's half-sister. She is also the first cousin once removed of American actor Steven R. McQueen, who is Neile's grandson
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Brafferton, North Yorkshire
largest bell is inscribed "Radulphus Neville Armiger, I.H.S. 1598". Norman M‘Neile, known as “the blind vicar”, served at St Peter's for 50 years. He was
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Richard Neile
Richard Neile (or Neale; 1562 – 31 October 1640) was an English churchman, bishop successively of six English dioceses, more than any other man, including
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Edward Irving
associated with the Albury Conferences (1826–30), moderated by Hugh Boyd M‘Neile (1795–1879), at his friend Henry Drummond's seat, Albury Park at Albury
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George Gammon Adams
Devonport, Plymouth, now at the Military Museum, Winchester. Hugh Boyd M'Neile, Dean of Ripon for St George's Hall, Liverpool Sir John Colbourne in Upper
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Steve McQueen
Defenders, Hollywood manager Hilly Elkins (who managed McQueen's first wife, Neile) took note of him and decided that B-movies would be a good place for the
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List of living actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood
(1955), The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956), Solomon and Sheba (1959) Neile Adams (1932-07-10) July 10, 1932 (age 89) 1952 This Could Be the Night (1957)
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James Martineau
under attack by Liverpool clergymen including Fielding Ould and Hugh Boyd M‘Neile. In the controversy, Martineau published five discourses, in which he discussed
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Moses Elias Levy
glass manufacturer Apsley Pellatt; and the Anglican clergyman Hugh McNeile (also M'Neile). Levy's first major address before the organization, held at Freemasons'
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/McNeile, Hugh
McNeile, Hugh by George Clement Boase 1449882Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 35 — McNeile, Hugh1893George Clement Boase ​McNEILE, HUGH
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Hypnosis/Chapters/History
work that had been made in a sermon delivered by a Manchester cleric, M‘Neile, and had been published a few days later in an unaltered form, despite
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