Thomas Jones

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John Hamilton Mortimer - Biography
... At the St Martin's Lane Academy his fellow students included Thomas Jones and William Pars ... Mortimer painted the figures for several paintings by Thomas Jones, working on the Welsh artist's A Land Storm, with the Story of Dido and Aeneas (1869), The ... Hall, Hertfordshire, where he was assisted by Thomas Jones, Francis Wheatley, James Durno, and Burnaby Mayor ...
Thomas Jones, Baron Maelor
... Thomas William Jones, Baron Maelor (10 February 1898 – 18 November 1984) was a British Labour politician ... Jones firstly stood as a Labour Parliamentary candidate in 1935, but was unsuccessful ...
Thomas Jones Of Denbigh
... Thomas Jones (1756 – 16 June 1820), called "Thomas Jones of Denbigh" (in Welsh, "Thomas Jones o Ddinbych") to differentiate him from namesakes, was a Welsh minister and author ...
Thomas Jones (artist) - Biography - Early Life and Career
... Thomas Jones was born in Trefonnen in Cefnllys, Radnorshire, the second of sixteen children to the landowner Thomas Jones of Trefonnen and his wife, Hannah ... spent on his father's estate at Pencerrig near Builth Wells thus he is often referred to as Thomas Jones of Pencerrig to differentiate him from others of the same name ... by a maternal uncle who, contrary to Jones's own wishes, hoped for him to enter the church ...
Presbyterian Church Of India - Origin and History
... of the Welsh Mission the Reverend John Thomas Jones from Aberriw in Wales who had a strong desire to work in India had applied to the LMS on medical ... The Rverend Jones managed to obtain support from his congregatin and incorporated The Wwlsh Missionary Society and they sent him to work in the Khasi Hills The ... Thomas Jones, left with his wife for Cherrapunji in November 1840 ...

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    I believe that no man who holds a leader’s position should ever accept favors from either side. He is then committed to show favors. A leader must stand alone.
    —Mother Jones (1830–1930)

    The morning is flying on the wings of his age
    And a hundred storks perch on the sun’s right hand.
    —Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)