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Webster, Virginia
... Webster is an unincorporated community in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States. ...
Richard Webster (author)
... Richard Webster (17 December 1950 – 24 June 2011) was a British cultural historian ... Born in Newington, Kent, Webster studied English literature at the University of East Anglia and lived in Oxford, England ... Webster was the author of five published books, dealing with subjects such as the controversy over Salman Rushdie's novel The Satanic Verses, Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis ...
Hattie Lawton - Civil War
... account, in the early part of 1861 Hattie was stationed in Perrymansville, Maryland with Timothy Webster, another Pinkerton agent ... McClellan, Lawton and Webster were added to the payroll of the Pinkerton’s service in Washington on August 8, 1861 ... Lawton again posing as Timothy Webster’s wife appeared in Richmond, Virginia in the early part of 1862 ...
Marie Webster - Legacy
... Webster was inducted into the Quilters Hall of Fame in 1991 ... Her residence in Marion, Indiana, USA, the Marie Webster House, is now home of the Quilters' Hall of Fame and has been designated a National Historic Landmark ... with two books of her patterns, have been re-published by one of her granddaughters, Rosalind Webster Perry ...
Richard Webster (author) - Works - The Great Children's Home Panic
... Christian Wolmar writes that in Webster's view "there is a grave risk of injustice against care workers because there are financial incentives for people to make ... According to Wolmar, while Webster sees claims to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (Cica) as vulnerable to abuse because of its low standards of proof, lawyers acting on ... Singh Uppal as arguing that while Webster is right to open debate, there has been no wholesale fabrication of evidence ...

Famous quotes containing the word webster:

    This is a Senate of equals, of men of individual honor and personal character, and of absolute independence. We know no masters, we acknowledge no dictators. This is a hall for mutual consultation and discussion; not an arena for the exhibition of champions.
    —Daniel Webster (1782–1852)

    The people’s government, made for the people, made by the people, and answerable to the people.
    —Daniel Webster (1782–1852)

    Your length in clay’s now competent,
    A long war disturbed your mind;
    —John Webster (c. 1580–1638)