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Louis-Hector Berlioz
Birth: Dec 11 1803 - La Côte-Saint-André, Isère, Rhône-Alpes, France
Death: Mar 8 1869 - Paris
Parents: Louis Berlioz and Marie-Antoinette-Josephine Marmion
Sisters: Adèle and Nanci
Partners: Henrietta Constance Smithson and Marie Geneviève "Marie Recio" Martin
Son: Louis Joseph Thomas
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Text:"...which has been already presented to the house. The death is announced from Paris of the great musician, HectorBerlioz. Judgment was pronounced on Monday-on some prisoners concerned in wholesale ... perhaps be said that they go at their own peril; but this is not the fact, for if Injured or killed a naval force is called on to interfere, unless Pekin is so close at hand as to Qllow time for an appeal ... for Ireland whether Captain Mackey, the Fenian convict who was reported to have received an unconditional pardon, was the same person who last year killed a police-constable at Cork, who attacked and set fire ... -three rode fourteen miles on horseback on Sunday week, to attend the funeral of his father, James Hillier, of Granham, near Marlborough, who had attained the age of..."
Date:Mar 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... The death is announced to-day of the composer. HectorBerlioz. THE CASE OF WHOLESALE INFANTICIDE IN FRANCE. PARTS, Maech 9. Judgment was pronounced yesterday on the prisoners concerned in the case ... , but it is expected that he will return to his post very shortly. The Buke de Grammont has applied for a few days' leave of absence to visit Paris on private business. DEATH OF HECTOE BERLIOZ. PARIS, JiAKCH 9 ... for the formation of a committee has been called. _____________DISPEANCHISEMENT OF BOROUGHS. to thb editoe of thb dailt nbws. Snt,—Two years ago, when the House of Commons was engaged in passing a Reform BiU ..."
Date:Mar 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...to be negotiated amount to 5,000,0002. The death is announced from Paris of HectorBerlioz, the celebrated French comber. He was bom in 1803, and was intended for the medical profession, but threw up his studies ... -cough are on the increase. Five persons werá killed by horses and vehicles in the ^treete. The mean temperature during the week was 39.1, or rather more than one degree below the average. At ijie Middlesex Sessions ... , in which the universe rests on the elephant, the elephant on the tortoise, and the tortoise on nothing; Sydney Smith's threat of having a Bishop preached to death by \vild curates—these things and things ..."
Date:Mar 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...the panel to be quashed. The trial of prisoners was, in consequence of this decision, postponed until the next assizes. Death of Berlioz the Comfo.sek.—The death is announced from Paris of HectorBerlioz ... about betting-houses, and touters. MURDER BY A LUNATIC. On the 8th inst. an inquest was held at Birmingham inquiring into the circumstances attending the death of Mary Ann Aokland, a pauper inmate ... in a state of unsound mind. Illness of the Kino of Bavaria.—A telegram from Munich states that Ring Louis II. of Bavaria has been for some days confined to his bed by violent neuralgic pains in the right leg ... , at the same spot in which he suffered last year from a severe sprain. Death of the..."
Date:Mar 13 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...of 10c. both for cash and account, closing at 71fr. 5a and 71£r. DEATH OF M. BERLIOZ. M. HectorBerlioz, the composer, died yesterday. Alter a long Alness, he expired almost imperceptibly and without ... owners. Hereditary estates are passing away from the old families into the hands of a new aristocracy of trade, who are j fain to become as feudal in their ideas as their pre-idecessors. The operation ... Majesty honoured Messrs. Philip, Bell, and 3. Boehm with visits to their studioa. At Mr. Philip’s studio her Majesty inspected the memorial to be placed in the Cathedral of Calcutta to the memory ... of the late Lord Elgin; and at Mr. Bell’s studio the group of statuary representing “America,” one of the four groups..."
Date:Mar 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...having toed the they bounded off by mutual consent at the first attempt on equal but before they had proceeded 20 yards Bogen went slightly in and on passing the stand the firtt time he led by one ..."
Date:Mar 17 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...and Charles Mathews have received offers of most lucrative engagement in the United The death of HectorBerlioz haves more of a vacancy ui the ranks of musical critics than of musical In former capacity he did ... in the power of an apprecative public to James a retired metropolitan was burned to death in Finsbnry by a mixture of oils and pentine taking His son was so much burned as to die within a few ... in the nanyj that has exuded between them for 45 to assist justice in discovering the murderer of an inoffen sive recently killed on hu ..."
Date:Mar 17 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...abiiity. Me-srH. Benedict and Ganz were the conductors. The concert, as a whole, went off with eclat. In HectorBerlioz, whose death was announced last week, the artistic world has lost one of the most ... , to con-ider the question of capital punishment.. Tlie officers of tho mooting were all men who are lying in tho prison under sentence of death for murder, the pre^dent. being (Jeorgo Knight, who ... it is not so much Harris uc would save from ignominy as the State.'' "The officers of the meeting, all of them men who are lying in the prison under sentence of death for murder," would doubtless disclaim any ... for a fixed stun, or a small weekly payment, !.,.'� frequently occasioning its death by neglect or ill-treatment, 'j , , .luggers and the Winden cases were..."
Date:Mar 20 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...for its Prussophobist On dit that the Emperor does not intend to nominate a new President of the Senate until after the death of HectorBerlioz is at the age of He was at one time the musical critic ... in this kingdom is unsa as Bright has the properties are too largo and in too few the logi cal remedy is not a measure to distribute properties in cases of but to divide all properties on the death of as Locke ... illness was brought on by speculative the concertroom on been engaged by an American to make a tour through the United She is to receive four thousand pounds for an engage ment of four A telegram from ..."
Date:Mar 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Birth:Dec 11 1803 - La Cote-Saint-Andre,Isere,France
Death:Mar 8 1869
Parents:Joseph Berlois, Maria Antoinette Josephine Marmion
Wife:Harriet Constance Smithson
Son:Louis
Siblings:Louis Jules, Louis Jules Felix Berlioz, Marguerite Anne Louise, Adele Eugenie, Prosper Berlioz, Prosper, Louise Virginie Berlioz, and name of one more sibling
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Birth:Dec 1 1803 - La Cote-Saint-Andren,Grenoble,Fr
Death:Mar 8 1869
Parents:Louis- Joseph Berlioz, Marie- Antoinette - Josephine Marmion
Siblings:Anne- Margaret " Nanci" Berlioz, Adele Berlioz, Louise Berlioz, Berlioz, Berlioz, Jules Berlioz
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