Greg, William Rathbone (18091881)

Greg, William Rathbone, literary and political essayist, born in Manchester; in 1856 became a Commissioner of Customs, and from 1864 till his resignation in 1877 acted as Controller of H.M. Stationery Office; his works embrace “The Creed of Christendom,” “Enigmas of Life,” “Political Problems,” &c., and are marked by vigorous thought couched in a lucid, incisive style; was from his evil prognostications designated Cassandra Greg (18091881).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Greenwood, Frederick * Grégoire, Henri
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Green, John Richard
Green, Nathanael
Green, Thomas Hill
Greenough, Horatio
Greenwich Hospital
Greenwood, Frederick
Greg, William Rathbone
Grégoire, Henri
Gregorian Calendar
Gregorian Year
Gregory I., the Great
Gregory II., St.
Gregory III.
Gregory VII., Hildebrand
Gregory IX., Ugolino
Gregory XIII.