Edgeworth

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Edgeworth, New South Wales
... Edgeworth is a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located 18 kilometres (11 mi) west of Newcastle's central business district ... Edgeworth was originally known as Cocked Hat Creek until 1885 where it was referred to as Young Wallsend ... its present name in honour of the geologist Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David who, arriving in NSW in 1882, pioneered geological surveying of the coal seams in ...
Michael Pakenham Edgeworth - Travels
... Edgeworth's post encompassed an area from Lahore to Madras ... Being possessed of a curious spirit, Edgeworth travelled widely throughout India and the island of Ceylon (present day Sri Lanka) where he collected plants and made notes ... Hooker mentions a conversation held between himself, Edgeworth and biologists John Lubbock and George Charles Wallich, at a meeting of the Linnean Society ...
Michael Pakenham Edgeworth - Early Life and Family Relations
... Ireland in 1812, one of twenty-four children to Richard Lovell Edgeworth ... His half-sister, born to Honora Edgeworth, was the novelist Maria Edgeworth ...
St Johnstown (County Longford) (Parliament Of Ireland Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1692–1801
... First member First party Second member Second party 1692 Sir John Edgeworth Alexander Fraser 1695 John Aghmooty 1703 Ambrose Edgeworth 1711 Anthony Atkinson 1713. 1798 Sir William Gleadowe-Newcomen, 1st Bt Francis Hardy 1798 Richard Lovell Edgeworth William Moore ...
Belinda (Edgeworth Novel)
... Belinda is an 1801 novel by the Irish writer Maria Edgeworth ... The novel was Edgeworth's second published, and was considered controversial in its day for its depiction of an interracial marriage ... It has been argued that this change came at the insistence of Edgeworth's father, rather than the author herself, because he edited several of her works ...