LORD, Jeffrey
   See:ENGEL, Lyle Kenyon; GREEN, Roland J; NELSON, Ray; STOKES, Manning Lee.

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  • Francis Jeffrey, Lord Jeffrey — (October 23, 1773 January 26, 1850) was a Scottish judge and literary critic.He was born in Edinburgh, the son of a clerk in the Court of Session. After attending the Royal High School for six years, he studied at the University of Glasgow from… …   Wikipedia

  • Jeffrey — (Dscheffri), Francis, Lord, schottischer Rechtsgelehrter u. einer der Gründer der trefflichen Edinburgh review, geb. 1773 zu Edinburgh, gest. 1850 auf seiner Villa daselbst, nachdem er 1794 als Rechtsanwalt aufgetreten. seit 1821 Lordrector der… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Jeffrey Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst — Infobox Military Person name=The Lord Amherst lived=29 January 1717 ndash;3 August 1797 caption=Jeffrey Amherst, painted by Joshua Reynolds in 1765 nickname= placeofbirth= Sevenoaks, Kent, Kingdom of Great Britain placeofdeath= Sevenoaks, Kent,… …   Wikipedia

  • Jeffrey, Francis Jeffrey, Lord — ▪ Scottish critic and judge born Oct. 23, 1773, Edinburgh, Scot. died Jan. 26, 1850, Edinburgh  literary critic and Scottish judge, best known as the editor of The Edinburgh Review (Edinburgh Review, The, or The Critical Journal), a quarterly… …   Universalium

  • Jeffrey, Francis, Lord — (1773 1850)    Born in Edinburgh, he was educated at the universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Queen s College, Oxford, and was admitted to the Scottish bar in 1794. He joined with Sydney Smith and others to establish The Edinburgh Review a… …   British and Irish poets

  • Jeffrey — /jef ree/, n. 1. Francis ( Lord Jeffrey ), 1773 1850, Scottish jurist, editor, and critic. 2. a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning divine peace. * * * (as used in expressions) Bezos Jeffrey P. Dahmer Jeffrey Herbert Jeffrey Hancock… …   Universalium

  • Jeffrey, Francis — (1773 1850)    Critic and political writer, s. of a legal official, b. in Edinburgh, ed. at the High School there, and at Glasgow and Oxf., where, however, he remained for a few months only. Returning to Edinburgh he studied law, and was called… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Jeffrey — /ˈdʒɛfri/ (say jefree) noun Francis (Lord Jeffrey), 1773–1850, Scottish jurist, editor, and critic …   Australian English dictionary

  • Jeffrey — /jef ree/, n. 1. Francis ( Lord Jeffrey ), 1773 1850, Scottish jurist, editor, and critic. 2. a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning divine peace …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jeffrey Lord — is a Pinnacle Books publishing house name for the Richard Blade series of pulp paperbacks published from 1969 to 1984. [cite web url= http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/l/jeffrey lord/ title= Jeffrey Lord accessdate= 2008 05 27 format= html work=… …   Wikipedia

  • Jeffrey Amherst — El general Jeffrey Amherst, cuadro de 1765 de Joshua Reynolds. Mariscal de campo Años de servicio …   Wikipedia Español

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