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Fontvieille, Monaco

frontpagenews.uknews accessdate 1 April 2012 newspaper The Guardian date 11 January 2012 *David Barclay (David and Frederick Barclay); English (English people) entrepreneur. Piers Morgan On Monte Carlo *Eddie Irvine; Irish (Irish people) professional road racing driver (Racing driver). *Firoz Kassam; Tanzanian real estate


Sark

recently been opened to some visitors. Since 1993, Brecqhou has been owned by Sir David Barclay, one of the Barclay brothers who are co-owners of ''The Daily Telegraph''. They contest Sark's control over the island. However, the candidates endorsed by their various business interests on the Island failed to win any seats in the elections held in 2008


Philadelphia

County, Pennsylvania Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania , Morgan attended J. P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs, Florida. As a senior (high school senior), he was an all-county pick at tailback (Halfback (American football)), linebacker, and strong safety (Defensive back) for the Taravella Trojans. As a junior (high school junior) tailback, he rushed for 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns. During the Thirty Years' War the First Laird of Urie, David Barclay, was a major in the service of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. He returned home when civil war broke out, attaining the rank of colonel in a regiment of horse, serving the king. Following his retirement in 1647 he purchased the Urie estate. He was charged with hostility to the government following the Restoration (English Restoration) but was released after pressure from his friends. During his time in detention he was converted to the Religious Society of Friends by Laird Swinton, who was also imprisoned. The Second Laird of Urie, Robert Barclay, also a Quaker, published an ``Apologia`` in 1675 described as ``Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People called Quakers``. It was originally written in Latin but was translated into English, Dutch, German, French and Spanish. Barclay’s Apologia was widely influential, although Quakers were persecuted at the time, and he even attained favour at the royal court. He was friends with well-known Quakers, George Fox and William Penn and together created the idea of a city of brotherly love in America, which became Philadelphia. In 1682 Robert was granted 5,000 acres (20 km²) of land in East New Jersey by the proprietors of that state (then province) and bestowed upon him the title of governor, a title which he never took up. thumb 200px Portrait of Barclay de Tolly from the Military Gallery (Image:Barclay de Tolly (Dawe).jpg) of the Winter Palace, by George Dawe. '''Lee Constantine Elia''' (born July 16, 1937 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)) is a former professional baseball player and manager (Manager (baseball)) in Major League Baseball. He was a manager of the Chicago Cubs (


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