Duke of Wellington

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This was given to the Third Earl Bathurst, who was the Colonial Secretary at the time of Waterloo, by the 1st Duke of Wellington.
John Chilley is head chef at the award-winning Duke of Wellington Inn which stands on a hill overlooking Northumberland's beautiful Tyne Valley.
Sam Patterson, communications officer from St Oswald's Hospice, a self-financing voluntary organisation, said: "It was an extremely kind gesture from the Duke of Wellington to treat our staff and volunteers to lunch.
FROM 1971, the pounds 5 note featured the first Duke of Wellington, who beat Napoleon at Waterloo.
For the general reader, Roberts describes the battle of Waterloo, a turning point in the Napoleonic wars, in which Napoleon's army lost to the Duke of Wellington, ending his reign and 22 years of fighting.
A lock of hair taken from the head of the Duke of Wellington fetched pounds 1,380 at auction this week.
Clockwise from top left: Taking part in the famous Eton Wall Game; in his room with a photograph of his mother on his desk; with Rosie and Jenny, the housemaster's dogs; in the drawing school which features a wooden skeleton; as Conrade in a College production of Much Ado About Nothing; head to head with old boy The Duke of Wellington, who said that the Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton; making toast in the house kitchen.
A nail biting high scoring match saw Marne beat Duke of Wellington by a point (190-189), as John Ord and Lee Hart both hit full houses for Marne and Paul Williamson hit the same from the Duke.
The original cross was installed by Walter Horne, who served in the Duke of Wellington Regiment in the 1950s and each year a hardy few would climb up Pule Hill to honour the war dead.
SALLY ALLY ALL HIND THE DAILYRECORD last night planted a golden cone on GLASGOW's Duke of Wellington statue - in honour of Team Scotland's brilliant medal haul.
In the early 1980s there were a handful of pubs or so that sold real ale; Bachus, Bridge Hotel, Cooperage, Crown Posada, Cumberland Arms, Duke of Wellington (High Bridge), Globe (Shieldfield), Haymarket, Mitre, Old George and Royal Buffet at the Theatre Royal.
PARTICIPATING PUBS Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot Red Dragon Rose & Crown (Nottage) Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taff Pick & Shovel Cardiff Bay Salt Terra Nova Wharf Cardiff City Centre 33 Windsor Place Albany Bacchus Barocco Cardiff Cottage Churchills Hotel City Arms Crwys Dempseys Duke of Wellington (Cardiff) Goat Major Halfway Kitty Flynn's Old Arcade Westgate Yard Bar & Kitchen Cardiff East Fox & Hounds (St Mellons) Heath Cardiff North Birchgrove Fox & Hounds (Whitchurch) Ty Mawr Carmarthenshire Thomas Arms Monmouthshire Hen & Chickens Piercefield Plas Derwen Newport Torfaen Hanbury Swansea Black Boy Vale of Glamorgan Aubrey Arms Duke of Wellington (Cowbridge) Watermill
GARDAI are investigating if a dissident group is behind a plot to blow up a monument to the Duke of Wellington.
Some neighbours feared the scheme at the Duke of Wellington in Kenton, Newcastle, would lead to noise and disturbance.
But he was actually quoting the Duke of Wellington who was disowning his Irishness.