Beatrice Webb

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English writer and a central member of the Fabian Society (1858-1943)

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In lighter syle, water has inspired art, notably Lake Poets, Wordsworth, Southey, De Quincy and Coleridge (with Arthur Ransome and Beatrice Potter coming later), it has spawned spa towns and provided leisurej, especially on newly revitalised canals.
They can special order almost any brand name available, such as Classic Pooh, Beatrice Potter by Guiltex, Two by Two by Nojo and many more.
Hill Design has Classic Pooh stamps and plans to bring out Classic Mickey -- in the next four months or so -- and Beatrice Potter cookie stamps and molds -- in 1998.
And finally, the gift store, known as Grandma's Corner, will feature collectable dolls, picture frames, jewelry boxes and special items from Precious Moments and Beatrice Potter.
Thanks to a Mirfield author children on both sides of the Atlantic will soon be taken back in their reading to the age of innocence of beloved writers like Beatrice Potter and Enid Blyton.
Also on This Day: 1561: Birth of statesmanand philosopher Francis Bacon; 1788: Birth of Lord Byron; 1849: Birth of Swedish playwright, novelist & poet August Strindberg; 1858: Birth of social reformer Beatrice Potter Webb; 1907: Birth of England & Everton striker Dixie Dean; 1920: Birth of England football manager Sir Alf Ramsey; 1947: Snow started falling in Britain and continued for the next 54 days; 1983: Anne Winter became British rail's first woman driver.