Burgess may refer to:

  • Burgess (title), a political official or representative
  • Burgess (surname), an English family name
  • Burgess Company, an American airplane manufacturer
  • Burgess GAA, an athletic club in Ireland

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List Of Members Of The Virginia House Of Burgesses - L
... Land (burgess) • John Langhorne (burgess) • William Langhorne (burgess) • Ralph Langley • William Langley (burgess) • Benjamin Lankford • Christopher Lawne • John Lear • Francis Lightfoot Lee ... Ludwell, III • Charles Lynch (jurist) • George Lyne • William Lyne (burgess) ...
List Of Members Of The Virginia House Of Burgesses - W
... William Wager (politician) • John Walker (burgess 1644) • John Walker (Virginia politician) • Thomas Walker (explorer) • (Captain) John Warde (bur ... Washington • John Washington • Lawrence Washington (1659-1698) • Benjamin Watkins (burgess) • Henry Watkins (burgess) • Micajah Watkins • Joseph Watson (burg ... Richard Whitaker • William Whitaker (burgess) • William Whitby • Alexander White • William White (burgess) • Thomas Whiting • William ...
List Of Members Of The Virginia House Of Burgesses - S
... Scarsborough) • Charles Scarburgh (burgess) (or Charles Scarborough) • Robert Scotchmore • James Scott (burgess) • Henry Seawell • Thomas Seely ...
Burgess - See Also
... Burgess House (disambiguation), several buildings named Burgess model, or Concentric zone model, a theoretical model in urban geography Burgess reagent, used in ... The Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh ...
Lowry Burgess
... Lowry Burgess is an internationally renowned conceptual and environmental artist and educator ... Burgess has also served as coordinator of the Graduate Program at Massachusetts College of Art and Design ...

Famous quotes containing the word burgess:

    I’m Sorry, now, I Wrote it,
    But I can Tell you Anyhow,
    I’ll Kill you if you Quote it.
    —Gelett Burgess (1866–1951)

    The trouble began with Forster. After him it was considered ungentlemanly to write more than five or six novels.
    —Anthony Burgess (b. 1917)

    Novelists are perhaps the last people in the world to be entrusted with opinions. The nature of a novel is that it has no opinions, only the dialectic of contrary views, some of which, all of which, may be untenable and even silly. A novelist should not be too intelligent either, although ... he may be permitted to be an intellectual.
    —Anthony Burgess (b. 1917)