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- Alexander Wallace: Alexander Ross Wallace was an English priest and author. He was the Dean of Exeter in the Church of England from 1950 to 1960.
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- Alexander Wallace a.k.a. Alexander S. Wallace: Alexander Stuart Wallace was a U.S. Representative from South Carolina.
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- Alexander Wallace was the father of Irving Wallace.
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Paisley Poets (1890)
With Brief Memoirs of Them, and Selections from Their Poetry
ALEXANDER WALLACE. REV. ALEXANDER WALLACE is a Vlll CONTENTS.
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by Mungo Ponton Brown
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by T.J. Carty
Hooke FIELDING, THOMAS John Wade FIELDING, XAN Alexander Wallace Fielding FIELDMOUSE, TIMON William Brighty ...
Jacobite Dictionary (2012)
by Mairead McKerracher
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by William Berry
Colonel Alexander Wallace, 88th Foot. Colonel Hastings Fraser, 86th Foot. Colonel R. Lord Blantyre, half-pay, 8th Garrison Battalion. Colonel James Campbell, 94th Foot. Colonel Charles A. Harcourt, half-pay, 40th Foot. Colonel William Aug.
Comprising the Several Counties, Islands, Cities, Burgh and Market Towns, Parishes, and Principal Villages by Samuel Lewis
Salmon are taken in its estuaries; and its fishery, the produce of which comprises cod, haddock, whiting, herrings, flounders, and oysters of very superior quality, partly belongs to Sir Alexander Wallace, and is held by charter from the crown.
ALExANDER WALLAce, M.D. Professor CAMEFoN, M.D. Ellis A. DAvidson. Professor Church, M.A. | W. H. WHITE, Fellow of the Royal Professor Thorold School of Naval Architecture. M.A. Gilbert R. REDGrave. Professor T. C. Archer.
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