Hardwicke Rawnsley

Standard Name: Rawnsley, Hardwicke


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Friends, Associates Beatrix Potter
Friends constituted another bright spot in her life. One early mentor was the Rev. William Gaskell , whose death in June 1884 was the occasion of moralising in her journal about loss and change.
Grinstein, Alexander. The Remarkable Beatrix Potter. International Universities Press.
Occupation Queen Victoria
The notion of empire is always already intertwined with mercantilism. Critic Thomas Richards argues that the Jubilee was a crucial moment in the history of the commodity, when the charisma the Queen was yoked to...


12 January 1895: The National Trust was founded at Grosvenor...

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12 January 1895

The National Trust was founded at Grosvenor House in London by Octavia Hill , Hardwicke Rawnsley , and Robert Hunter (who had been working towards its opening for nearly a year).


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