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Brewer's: Sidney

(Algernon), called by Thomson, in his Summer, “The British Cassius,” because of his republican principles. Both disliked kings, not from their misrule, but from a dislike to mon…

Philip Sidney POST

POST, Philip Sidney, a Representative from Illinois; born in Florida, Orange County, N.Y., March 19, 1833; pursued classical studies and was graduated from Union College, Schenectady, N.Y., in …

Brewer's: Philip

Philip, remember thou art mortal. A sentence repeated to the Macedonian king every time he gave an audience. Philip sober. When a woman who asked Philip of Macedon to do her justice was sn…

Brewer's: Philips

(John);author of The Splendid Shilling, wrote a georgic on Order in blank verse - a serious poem modelled upon Miltes epics. Philips, Pomona's bard, the second thou Who nobly durst, in rhym…

Sidney Sheldon

Name at birth: Sidney SchechtelSidney Sheldon was a prolific screenwriter, TV producer and the author of several bestselling novels, including 1974's The Other Side of Midnight. He grew up in Chicago …

Sidney BREESE

Senate Years of Service: 1843-1849Party: DemocratBREESE, Sidney, a Senator from Illinois; born in Whitesboro, N.Y., July 15, 1800; attended Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., and graduated from U…

Sidney Lumet

Sidney LumetdirectorBorn: 6/25/1924Birthplace: Philadelphia Died: 4/09/2011Sidney Lumet is an Academy Award-winning film and television director known for his rough, often low-budget films. Hi…

Sidney CLARKE

CLARKE, Sidney, a Representative from Kansas; born in Southbridge, Worcester County, Mass., October 16, 1831; attended the public schools; publisher of the Southbridge Press in 1854; settled in…

Sidney DEAN

DEAN, Sidney, a Representative from Connecticut; born in Glastonbury, Conn., November 16, 1818; attended the common schools and Wilbraham and Suffield Academies; minister in the Methodist Episc…

Sidney EDGERTON

EDGERTON, Sidney, a Representative from Ohio; born in Cazenovia, N.Y., August 17, 1818; attended the country schools and the academy at Lima, N.Y., where he was later an instructor; moved to Oh…