Edward Augustus Inglefield was the son of Rear Admiral Samuel Inglefield and the father of Henry Beaufort Wilmot Beaumont Inglefield and Edward Fitzmaurice Inglefield, a Royal Navy officer (eventually Rear Admiral), inventor of the Inglefield clip and Secretary to Lloyd's of London.
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“The law is equal before all of us; but we are not all equal before the law. Virtually there is one law for the rich and another for the poor, one law for the cunning and another for the simple, one law for the forceful and another for the feeble, one law for the ignorant and another for the learned, one law for the brave and another for the timid, and within family limits one law for the parent and no law at all for the child.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Of all the vices, lewdness is the worst; of all the virtues, family duty is the first.”
“A ball players got to be kept hungry to become a big leaguer. Thats why no boy from a rich family ever made the big leagues.”
—Joe Dimaggio (b. 1914)