Earl Russell


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English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Whitehead (1872-1970)

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The society's president, Earl Russell, spoke out openly against Clause 28 in the House of Lords less than two weeks ago.
See Lord Lyons to Earl Russell, 17 November 1862, in British Documents on Foreign Affairs .
Lord John Russell, the foreign secretary, was the son of the 6th Duke of Bedford (himself created 1st Earl Russell in 1861), and belonged to one of the great Whig families.
See Law Officers of the Crown to Earl Russell, 28 November 1861, in British Documents on Foreign Affairs: Reports and Papers from the Foreign Office Confidential Print, Series 6, North America, Volume 5, The Civil War Years, 18591861, p.
27) Earl Russell to Lord Lyons, 30 November 1861, in British Documents on Foreign Affairs .
John, Earl Russell, Recollections and Suggestions, 1813-1873 (Boston, 1895), p.
Earl Russell drafted a long memorandum on 13 October outlining the disasters that the war had brought, speculating on the improbability of any reunification of the country and urging that the great powers propose an armistice and the opening of talks between the belligerents.
Founded 1887, the College has been home to many of the leading figures in American education, including John Dewey, James Earl Russell, Edward Lee Thorndike, Maxine Greene, and Edmund Gordon.
Trudie, 43, joins a panel of judges comprising: Sunday Mirror Editor Tessa Hilton, Professor Peter Mortimore, director of London University's Institute of Education, Liberal Democrat peer and history professor Earl Russell, and parent-teachers' champion Margaret Morrissey.
JANUARY 1904, when Earl Russell queued all night to get the number A1.
But Lib Dem peer Earl Russell, who is leading the campaign in Parliament, said: "It is mean.
Liberal Democrat Earl Russell said the MoD's stance was completely out of touch with the status of women today.
January, 1904, when Earl Russell queued all night to get the number A1.
The very first registration plate was A1, issued to Earl Russell.
Last week our distinguished panel of judges - Professor Peter Mortimore, director of London University's Institute of Education, Liberal Democrat peer Earl Russell and parent-teachers' champion Margaret Morrissey - had a tough task choosing the winners.