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Lord Rosebery, Archibald Philip Primrose

Person  Male  Born 7/5/1847  Died 21/5/1929

Born 20 Charles Street. Prime Minister, 1894-5, and first Chairman of the London County Council (1889-90, 1892-3). On the death of his wife, Hannah, he was subjected to accusations of homosexuality, especially dangerous from Lord Queensbury, the one who made Oscar Wilde's life a misery.

Died at home in Epsom, Surrey to the accompaniment, as requested, of a recording of the Eton Boating Song.

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Lord Rosebery, Archibald Philip Primrose

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Earl Rosebery

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Lord Rosebery, Archibald Philip Primrose

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Cromwell statue

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Robert Burns

Quill pen in hand. Unveiled by Lord Rosebery. This statue is one of 3 copies ...

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