Massey



Vincent, 1887–1967, Canadian statesman: governor general 1952–59.
William Ferguson, 1856–1925, New Zealand statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister 1912–25.
Contemporary Examples

Laurence Leamer on Coal Baron Donald Blankenship’s Downfall Laurence Leamer May 10, 2013
Laurence Leamer on Coal Baron Donald Blankenship’s Downfall Laurence Leamer May 10, 2013
Laurence Leamer on Coal Baron Donald Blankenship’s Downfall Laurence Leamer May 10, 2013
The National Book Awards Longlist for Fiction September 18, 2013
Laurence Leamer on Coal Baron Donald Blankenship’s Downfall Laurence Leamer May 10, 2013

Historical Examples

Suzanna Stirs the Fire Emily Calvin Blake
The Missing Ship W. H. G. Kingston
Suzanna Stirs the Fire Emily Calvin Blake
Boscobel: or, the royal oak William Harrison Ainsworth
The Story of the Rome, Watertown, and Ogdensburg RailRoad Edward Hungerford

noun
Raymond.1896–1983, Canadian actor and film star. His films include The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) and East of Eden (1955). He also appeared in the television series Dr Kildare (1961–65)
Vincent. 1887–1967, Canadian statesman: first Canadian-born governor general of Canada (1952–59)
William Ferguson. 1856–1925, New Zealand statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister of New Zealand (1912–25)

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