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Eugenius

This was John Hall Stephenson, author of Crazy Tales, a relative of Sterne. In Sterne's Tristram Shandy, Eugenius is made the friend and wise counsellor of Yorick. Source: Dictionary of P…

Toledo

Famous for its swords. “The temper of Toledan blades is such that they are sometimes packed in boxes, curled up like the mainsprings of watches”!! Both Livy and Polybius refer t…

Alejandro Toledo

Alejandro Toledo Man of the poor wins Peruvian presidency by Beth Rowen Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo. (Source/AP) Related Links PeruAlberto K. Fujimori ALEJANDRO TOLEDO…

Eugenius Aristides NISBET

NISBET, Eugenius Aristides, (cousin of Mark Anthony Cooper), a Representative from Georgia; born near Union Point, Greene County, Ga., December 7, 1803; completed preparatory studies; attended …

Alejandro Toledo,

Peruvian opposition politician, ran an insurgent campaign that threatened to unseat President Alberto K. Fujimori. In the April election, Fujimori garnered 48.9% of the vote—just shy o…

The Toledo War of 1835

The Question: I just moved to Toledo, Ohio, and found out about the war between Ohio and Michigan and want to know where to find more about it. I thought it w…

Warren Joseph DUFFEY

DUFFEY, Warren Joseph, a Representative from Ohio; born in Toledo, Ohio, January 24, 1886; attended the public schools; was graduated from St. John’s University, Toledo, Ohio, in 1908 and fro…

Byron Foster RITCHIE

RITCHIE, Byron Foster, (son of James Monroe Ritchie), a Representative from Ohio; born in Grafton, Lorain County, Ohio, January 29, 1853; moved with his parents to Toledo, Ohio, in 1860; was gr…

Jacob ROMEIS

ROMEIS, Jacob, a Representative from Ohio; born in Weisenbach, Bavaria, Germany, December 1, 1835; attended the village schools; immigrated in 1847 to the United States with his parents, who se…

Eudoxians

Heretics, whose founder was Eudoxius, patriarch of Antioch in the fourth century. They maintained that the Son had a will independent of the Father, and that sometimes their wills were at v…