Let me be clear: it is not because it was the foundational principle for Barton Stone and Thomas Campbell
[not because of our history].
The poet Thomas Campbell
(1777-1844), well known in his day for his long poem The Pleasures of Hope, was a constant sympathizer with revolutionaries seeking liberty for their people.
So began the pamphlet war known as the "Pope-Bowles controversy," in which Pope's chief defenders were Thomas Campbell
and Lord Byron; Byron's characterization of Bowles as "the maudlin prince of mournful sonneteers" is perhaps the only memorable remnant of this seven-year-long (1819-26) public argument.
He did, however, publish literary articles of quality, including works of Thomas Moore, Leigh Hunt, and Thomas Campbell
With the Henderson team in such great form, L'Ami Serge and Thomas Campbell
will surely go well and course specialist Lil Rockerfeller finished in front of Unowhatimeanharry at Cheltenham in March.
, 57, had just pulled up the bus he was driving at a nearby bus stop when he witnessed the accident.
Among the high-powered physicians scheduled to speak about their research into the health benefits of a vegan diet are Garth Davis, Thomas Campbell
, Robert Ostfeld, and Michael Greger.
John Thomas Campbell
, 48, pictured, pleaded guilty to three counts of burglary - all at branches of the bakery chain.
(50) is a partner in JR&T Campbell, dairy, beef and sheep farmers, West Kilbride, Ayrshire and a former Vice Chairman of First Milk Limited.
Slaithwaite library assistant Mrs Enid Blackburn donned this clown costume to entertain the children who included three-year-old Thomas Campbell