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English historian noted for his constitutional history of medieval England (1825-1901)

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There has been no human mayor in the town since Stubbs was elected.
The prosecution says Stubbs recruited Lovell and Smith to join him after arguing with Mr Pettite.
Stubbs did not inform Kirklees Council or the Department for Work and Pensions about this change in their circumstances.
An inquest earlier this month ruled Mr Stubbs died through misadventure.
Stubbs has developed a multi-pronged networking approach.
Stubbs was a great success but some claim he failed in his ultimate mission to guide the club back into Scottish football's top tier.
A statement issued by the Yorkshire club said: "Rotherham United are delighted to confirm the appointment of Alan Stubbs and John Doolan.
If Stubbs didn't know it already, he's quickly finding out just how fickle football management can be.
Stubbs appears to have beaten off competition from former Hibernian assistant manager Mark Venus to land his first managerial position having impressed Easter Road chief executive Leann Dempster in what have been described as 'positive talks.
Stubbs was arrested without incident just after 11 p.
L) said on Thursday that its board of directors has promoted Catherine 'Cathy' L Stubbs to senior vice president and chief financial officer with immediate effect.
Stubbs had been drinking all day and was causing problems.
In Reprobates: the Cavaliers of the English Civil War, John Stubbs has written at length about mid-seventeenth-century verbal wit produced by educated, elite courtiers and writers.
Porthcawl's mayor Barbara Stubbs, of the town's De Londres Close, has spent three weeks in King's Mill Hospital in Nottinghamshire after suffering a broken arm, several broken ribs and stomach injuries in the crash, which happened on December 29.
CONCOURS D'' ELEGANCE 1, A Pluck; 2, W Keeley; 3, F Stubbs.