Hall (14991547)

Hall or Halle, Edward, English lawyer and historian, born in London; studied law at Gray's Inn; in 1540 he became one of the judges of the Sheriff's Court; his fame rests on his history “The Union of the Two Noble Families of Lancaster and Yorke,” a work which sheds a flood of light on contemporary events, and is, moreover, a noble specimen of English prose (14991547).

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

Hall, Charles Francis * Hall, Joseph
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Haliburton, Thomas Chandler
Halidon Hill
Halifax, Charles Montague, Earl of
Halifax, George Saville, Marquis of
Hall, Basil
Hall, Charles Francis
Hall, Joseph
Hall, Robert
Hall, Samuel Carter
Hallam, Arthur Henry
Hallam, Henry
Hallé, Sir Charles
Halleck, Henry Wager
Haller, Albert von


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