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Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding is considered one of the founders of the English novel, thanks mostly to his best-known work, 1749's Tom Jones (The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling). A comfortably upper-class English…

David Dudley FIELD

FIELD, David Dudley, a Representative from New York; born in Haddam, Middlesex County, Conn., February 13, 1805; educated by private tutors; was graduated from Williams College, Williamstown, M…

Richard Stockton FIELD

Senate Years of Service: 1862-1863Party: RepublicanFIELD, Richard Stockton, (grandson of Richard Stockton [1730-1781] and nephew of Richard Stockton [1764-1828]), a Senator from New Jersey; bor…

Lewis Fields LINN

Senate Years of Service: 1833-1843Party: Jacksonian; DemocratLINN, Lewis Fields, (brother-in-law of James Hugh Relfe, half-brother of Henry Dodge, uncle of Augustus Caesar Dodge), a Senator fro…

Fielding

Put OutsDelgado, Tor1519Konerko, Chi1276Mientkiewicz, Min1263Ja. Giambi, Oak1224Olerud, Sea1211Thome, Cle1177Martinez, NY1144Posada, NY1003Diaz, Cle959Sweeney, KC945AssistsGonzalez, Tor509Easl…

Fielding

Put OutsSexson, Mil1356Lee, Phi1332Helton, Col1303Bagwell, Hou1291Stevens, Mon1287Lee, Fla1271Zeile, NY1184Young, Pit1154Casey, Cin1145Klesko, SD1135AssistsCabrera, Mon514Sanchez, Atl479Hernan…

Fielding

Put OutsDelgado, Tor1231Olerud, Sea1169Konerko, Chi1146Spiezio, Ana1093Mientkiewicz, Min1073Thome, Cle1064Pena*, Oak-Det1010Posada, NY965Conine, Bal956Varitek, Bos912AssistsTejada, Oak504A. Ro…

Fielding

Put OutsHelton, Col1358Lee, Fla1312Young, Pit1278Lee, Phi1261Bagwell, Hou1255Sexson, Mil1225Martinez, St.L1221Karros, LA1175Vaughn, NY1085Lo Duca, LA1014AssistsUribe, Col505Cabrera, Mon498Furc…

Henri Poincaré

Name at birth: Jules Henri PoincaréFrench mathematician Henri Poincaré is the author of 1905's 29 April 1854 Science and Hypothesis. He was famous in his time for his scientific brilliance and literar…

Brewer's: Lincoln's Inn Fields

London. Henry Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, built an inn (mansion) here in the 14th century. The ground belonged to the Black Friars, but was granted by Edward I. to Lacy. Later, one of the bishop…