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Celebrities of the century : being a dictionary of men and women of the nineteenth century

Celebrities of the century : being a dictionary of men and women of the nineteenth century

Source : Internet Archive

Celebrities of the century : being a dictionary of men and women of the nineteenth century

Celebrities of the century : being a dictionary of men and women of the nineteenth century

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BANCROFT


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Bancroft, George, the distinguished American historian and statesman (b. 1800), is a native of Worcester, Massachusetts.


Page 101

Mrs. Bancroft's chief characters were Polly Ecclos and Naomi Tighe, in Caste and School, Peg


Page 101

Bancroft, Marie Effie, nee Wilton (b. circa 1845), actress, is a native of Doncaster.


Page 101

the removal to the Haymarket, Mr. Bancroft took parts in Odette and Fedora.


Page 331

George Bancroft, the historian, was educated at Harvard College, joined the American bar, and in


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and gauger at Boston, by Mr. Bancroft, the historian, who was then collector of the customs at that port. Appointed


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at a school kept by George Bancroft, the historian, and at Harvard College, whence he graduated in 1831, and continued


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the occasion of Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft's farewell of management at the Lyceum.


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of Wales' Theatre, London, by Mrs. Bancroft. It was a complete success, and was followed by Ours (1866), Caste (1867),