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Brewer's: Mews

Stables, but properly a place for hawks on the moult. The muette was an edifice in a park where the officers of venery lodged, and which was fitted up with dog-kennels, stables, and hawkeri…

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte is the author of Jane Eyre and a member of the remarkable Brontë family. The sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne first published their poetry under pseudonyms: Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acto…

Charlotte Casiraghi

Charlotte Casiraghi is the daughter of Princess Caroline and the granddaughter of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier Grimaldi of Monaco. Her father was Caroline's second husband, the Italian industrial…

Charlotte's Web

Spotlight on the popular children's book by Holly Hartman Related Links Charlotte's Web Book Quiz Charlotte's Web Quotes Quiz Charlotte's Web Hangman …

Charlotte Church

Welsh soprano Charlotte Church got her start as a classical singer whose pop-audience appeal made her a millionaire by the time she was 14 years old. Church was signed to a record deal at age 12, afte…

Charlotte Rampling

Sensual and slinky Charlotte Rampling is an English actress known for her long career in international films, including 2015's 45 Years, the one that brought her an Oscar nomination. Educated in Franc…

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

Name at birth: Charlotte Elizabeth DianaPrincess Charlotte of Cambridge is the second child of Prince William, who is the heir to the British throne, and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge. Princess C…

Charlotte, N.C.

Mayor: Daniel G. Clodfelter (to Nov. 2017) 2010 census population (rank): 731,424 (17); Male: 353,511 (49.0%); Female: 377,913 (51.0%); White: 365,384 (50.0%)…

Charlotte Thompson REID

REID, Charlotte Thompson, a Representative from Illinois; born Charlotte Leota Thompson, September 27, 1913, in Kankakee, Ill.; graduated from East Aurora High School, Aurora, Ill., 1930; atten…

Charlotte (Lottie) Dod

Charlotte (Lottie) DodBorn: Sept. 24, 1871British athlete was 5-time Wimbledon singles champion (1887-88,91-93); youngest player ever to win Wimbledon (15 in 1887); archery silver medalist at …