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  • Beaumont College — was a Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, England. In 1967 the school closed. The property is now occupied by a conference centre. History of the estateThe estate lies by the River Thames on the historic highway from Staines to… …   Wikipedia

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  • Beaumont Hannant — is a musician, producer and DJ from York, England. His music and contributions extend to ambient techno, IDM, hip hop and indie rock. Hannant has received positive critical reviews and was named one of The Faces of 94 by music magazine… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont-de-Lomagne — French commune name= Beaumont de Lomagne image flag size= image coat of arms= image coat of arms size= flag Coat of arms city motto= |x = 111 |y = 200 time zone = CET (GMT +1) lat long = coord|43|53|02|N|0|59|21|E|region:FR type:city region= Midi …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont, Texas — Infobox Settlement official name = City of Beaumont website = [] settlement type = City imagesize = image caption = mapsize = 250px map caption = Location in the state of Texas mapsize1 = 250px… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont and Fletcher folios — The Beaumont and Fletcher folios were two large folio collections of the stage plays of John Fletcher and his collaborators. The first was issued in 1647, and the second in 1679. The two collections were important in preserving many works of… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont-Adams Revolver — Infobox Weapon name=Beaumont Adams Revolver caption= Beaumont Adams Revolver, percussion cap variant origin=flagcountry|United Kingdom type=Service revolver is ranged=yes is UK=yes service=1862 1880 used by=United Kingdom Colonies, British… …   Wikipedia

  • BEAUMONT, Francis — (c. 1585 1616) Francis Beaumont is best known for his partnership with John Fletcher,* chief dramatist, after William Shakespeare s* retirement, to the King s Men. His sa­tiric wit and sensibility differed markedly from Fletcher s, however, and… …   Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620: A Biographical Dictionary

  • Beaumont, Huntingdon — SUBJECT AREA: Mining and extraction technology [br] b. c.1560 Coleorton (?), Leicestershire, England d. 1624 Nottingham, England [br] English speculator in coal mining, constructor of the first surface railway in Britain. [br] Huntingdon Beaumont …   Biographical history of technology

  • Beaumont , (Jean Baptiste Armand Léonce) Elie de — (1798–1874) French geologist Beaumont, who was born and died in Canon, France, was educated at the Ecole Polytechnique and the School of Mines, Paris, and taught at the School of Mines from 1827, later becoming professor of geology there (1835).… …   Scientists

  • Henry de Beaumont — Henry de Beaumont, jure uxoris Earl of Buchan and suo jure 1st Baron Beaumont (d. March 10, 1340) was a key figure in the Anglo Scots wars of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, known as the Wars of Scottish Independence. He was a veteran… …   Wikipedia

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