Francesco Antonio Vallotti
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Johann Ludwig Krebs
Today I had the opportunity to play the historic organ at Lahm im Itzgrund, about 20 miles from where I live. It was built in 1732 by the famous organ builde...
Louis Legrand (theologian)
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After studyi...
William Woodford
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Gaspare Bazzani
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Dionigi Donnini
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André Levret
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Gaspar of Braganza, Archbishop of Braga
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Agnes of Glasgow
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Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Agnes followed her lover, Lt. Angus McPherson, who was a Bri...
Thomas Waite (civil servant)
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Peter Browne, 2nd Earl of Altamont
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Prince Alexander of Imereti (1760–1780)
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Ulrika Strömfelt
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John Morton (MP)
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Enoch Poor
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Miguel António do Amaral
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Philemon Pownoll
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George Hadow
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Augustin de La Balme
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Lobsang Palden Yeshe, 6th Panchen Lama
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George Durant (1731–1780)
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Sir Francis Blake, 1st Baronet, of Twizell Castle
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He was the grandson of...
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Benjamin Truman
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Naphtali Daggett
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Kristijonas Donelaitis
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Omai
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D'Hannetaire
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He was born in Grenoble, the son of the Florentine painter Giovanni Ni...
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Prince Charles Alexander of Lorraine
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Hans Stanley
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Stanley was christened on 9 October 1721 at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
Duchess Maria Antonia of Bavaria
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