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  • John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, KG, PC (7 April 1648 – 24 February 1721), English statesman and poet, was the son of Edmund Sheffield
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  • painter, writer, sound poet, and performance artist born in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. Writing is fifty years behind painting. Quoted in Brion Gysin: Tuning
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  • And Homer will be all the books you need. John Sheffield (Duke of Buckinghamshire), An Essay on Poetry, line 323. He that runs may read. Alfred Tennyson
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  • their liberties but under some delusion. Speech at a County Meeting of Buckinghamshire (1784). Whenever a separation is made between liberty and justice
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  • perhaps you’d like to pick today’s regional accent." Guy: "Surrey. Buckinghamshire. Er, Swiss." Caroline: "Northeast, Newcastle." Mac: "Tricky, but always
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  • leave enemy posts undisturbed behind one's lines. Speech to the South Buckinghamshire Conservative Women's Annual Luncheon in Beaconsfield (19 March 1971)
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  • 1924, the Newton Gang – $38 million. 1963, the Great Train Robbery; Buckinghamshire, England; two-point-three million pounds sterling – or $48 million
    293 KB (48,819 words) - 01:55, 8 July 2016