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Why Make A Cello Out Of Ice? Dartmouth Duo Hopes You'll Hear For Yourself. - New Hampshire Public Radio

For help with the project, Topel made the trip across campus, from the music department to Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering. “He came in to ask about making a cello out of ice, and honestly, I had no idea what sort of a person I was working ...

Jackets Blank Dartmouth, 10-0 - Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site

THE FLATS -- Georgia Tech baseball got 7.0-shutout innings from starting pitcher Xzavion Curry, two spectacular catches in right field by Baron Radcliff and three RBIs apiece from both Chase Murray and Michael Guldberg to blank the Dartmouth Big Green ...

Effort By Dartmouth Students To Abolish Term 'Illegal Alien' Gets Backlash In Congress - Vermont Public Radio

... country for information about people coming to the United States without documentation, any book you found would come under the subject heading "illegal alien." That is what happened when Jill Baron, a Dartmouth librarian in romance languages ...

Earl of Dartmouth is a title in the Peerage of Great Britain. It was created in 1711 for William Legge, 2nd Baron Dartmouth. The Legge family descended from Edward Legge, Vice-President of Munster. His eldest son William Legge was a Royalist army officer and close associate of Prince Rupert of the Rhine. On the Restoration, Charles II offered to create him an earl, but Legge declined.

Earldom of Dartmouth
Coronet of a British Earl.svg
Arms of the Earl of Dartmouth
Creation date 1711
Monarch Anne
Peerage Peerage of Great Britain
First holder William Legge
Present holder William Legge, 10th Earl
Heir presumptive The Hon. Rupert Legge
Remainder to the 1st Earl's heirs male whatsoever
Subsidiary titles Viscount Lewisham
Baron Dartmouth
William Legge, 1st Earl of Dartmouth.

Earl of Dartmouth is a title in the Peerage of Great Britain. It was created in 1711 for William Legge, 2nd Baron Dartmouth. The Legge family descended from Edward Legge, Vice-President of Munster. His eldest son William Legge was a Royalist army officer and close associate of Prince Rupert of the Rhine. On the Restoration, Charles II offered to create him an earl, but Legge declined.

His son George Legge was a prominent naval commander. In 1682, he was raised to the Peerage of England as Baron Dartmouth, of Dartmouth in the County of Devon. His son was the aforementioned second Baron, who notably served as Secretary of State for the Southern Department between 1710 and 1713. In 1711, he was created Viscount Lewisham, in the County of Kent, and Earl of Dartmouth, in the Peerage of Great Britain. He was succeeded by his grandson, the second Earl. He was the only son of George Legge, Viscount Lewisham (d. 1732), eldest son of the first Earl, who had died before his father. He was also an influential politician and served as Secretary of State for the Colonies and First Lord of Trade between 1772 and 1775. The American Ivy League school Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, was named for the second Earl by Congregational minister Eleazar Wheelock.

His eldest son, the third Earl, was summoned to the House of Lords through a writ of acceleration as Baron Dartmouth in June 1801. Soon after, in July 1801, he succeeded his father in the earldom. Lord Dartmouth held office as President of the Board of Control between 1801 and 1802. On his death, the titles passed to his eldest son, the fourth Earl. He briefly represented Milborne Port in Parliament before succeeding in the earldom. His only child from his first marriage, the fifth Earl, was a Conservative politician and also served as Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire. His eldest son, the sixth Earl, was also a Conservative politician and served twice as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household. The latter was succeeded by his eldest son, the seventh Earl. He married Lady Ruperta, daughter of the 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire. Lady Ruperta inherited a share of the office of Lord Great Chamberlain from her father, and after his father-in-law's death in 1928 Lord Dartmouth acted as Deputy Lord Great Chamberlain until the death of George V in 1936. His only son William Legge, Viscount Lewisham, was killed at El Alamein in 1942, and Dartmouth was consequently succeeded by his younger brother, Humphry, the eight Earl. As of 2014, the titles are held by the latter's grandson, the tenth Earl, who succeeded his father in 1997. Lord Dartmouth has been a Member of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom Independence Party since 2009.

Several other members of the Legge family have also gained distinction. The Hon. Henry Bilson-Legge, fourth son of the first Earl, was a politician and served three times as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Sir Arthur Kaye Legge, sixth son of the second Earl, was an Admiral in the Royal Navy. The Hon. Edward Legge, seventh son of the second Earl, was Bishop of Oxford. The Hon. Heneage Legge, second son of the third Earl, sat as Member of Parliament for Banbury. Arthur Legge, fourth son of the third Earl, was a General in the British Army and Member of Parliament for Banbury. The Hon. Augustus Legge, fifth son of the fourth Earl, was Bishop of Lichfield. The Hon. Heneage Legge, sixth son of the fourth Earl, was Member of Parliament for St George's Hanover Square.

The family seat is Blakelea House, near Marsden, West Yorkshire, though there was also a family home at Sandwell Hall (since demolished) in the Sandwell Valley, and Patshull Hall, near Pattingham, Staffordshire. The district of Dartmouth Park in north London also belonged to the family.

Jim Baron interview - Canisius 87, Dartmouth 72 (CIT)

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Doberman Baron at Dog Walk Pet Fest May 16 2010 Dartmouth Massachusetts

Doberman, Baron...at Dog Walk/Pet Fest May 16, 2010 at Buttonwood Park in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Proceeds benefited the Coalition for Animals. Doug, G & Baron raised $140.00. Thanks to...

Earl of Dartmouth

Earl of Dartmouth is a title in the Peerage of Great Britain.It was created in 1711 for William Legge, 2nd Baron Dartmouth.The Legge family descended from Edward Legge, Vice-President of Munster.Hi...

Osher at Dartmouth Summer Lecture Series 2015 - August 5, Marty Baron and Elisabeth Bumiller

Osher at Dartmouth Summer Lecture Series 2015: The Future of American Power and Influence August 5, 2015 Marty Baron and Elisabeth Bumiller • America's Power and Influence as Perceived by...

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Re-engineering the Dartmouth Machine Shop: Part One

Dartmouth engineering machine shop manager Kevin Baron describes the re-designed suite of resources to support Thayer's philosophy of hands-on learning.