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Text:"...? omytoEgbtsr, AugustaAdaByron, married the Earl of wvüaes, aad her eldest son, Lord Ockham, claims the m right of bio grandmother who died in May, jpu. Eridsnce having been given, the further conoidera-oa ci..."
Date:July 28 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the name of her husband’s paramour, we discern another proof of Byron’s loving attachment even to the very name of his fister. AugustaAdaByron was born on the 10th of December 1&15. By the middle..."
Date:July 8 1869
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... tropical drinks served in Hawaiian atmosphere shows title refers to the program ming language Ada named after AugustaAdaByron a 19thcentury Community 96 work by women artists from Rockford Urbana Peoria..."
Date:Mar 1 1996
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Toivanen and others the shows title refers to the program ming language Ada named after AugustaAdaByron a 19thcertury Community 96 work by women artists from Rockford Urbana Peoria and other parts..."
Date:Mar 1 1996
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... communications to Mrs Stowe we take to be certain. AugustaAdaByron was born on the 10th of December lbl5. By the middle of January Lady Byron refused even to see her husband again, or, as Mrs Stowe puts it, had..."
Date:Sep 6 1869
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Carolyn Guyer Bonnie Mitchell Christine Tamblyn Kati Toivanen and others the shows title refers to the program ming language Ada named after AugustaAdaByron a 19thcentury Community 96 work by women..."
Date:Mar 1 1996
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Carolyn Guyer Bonnie Mitchell Christine Tamblyn Kati Toivanen and others the shows title refers to the program ming language Ada named after AugustaAdaByron a 19thcentury Community 96 work by women..."
Date:Mar 1 1996
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... one daughter, AugustaAdaByron, who was bom on the lOth of Dumber, 1816^ She married, on the 8th of July, 1835, William, toe eighto Lord Kii^, now Earl of Lovelace, and had by him the Hon. Byron Noel..."
Date:July 28 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... AdaByron was married to Lord King in 1835. William.—An echo returns a monosyllable at forty feet distance.—2. Sound of all kinds travels at the rate of thirteen miles in a minute; the •ofteBt whisper..."
Date:Oct 4 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to Lady BlTron. Her only daughter, AugustaAdaByron, married the Earl of Lovelaos, aad her eldest son, Xord OcUiam, claims peerage in right of his grandmother who di^ in May, iS^. Evidence bavins given..."
Date:July 28 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Frienda, neighbors, acquidntances, èo ial equals, and even straii-gers, have been familtar with the bistoiy of AugustaAdaByron foratore than two decade* We reveal no seeret and break no promise by briefly..."
Date:July 23 1872
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the seventh Lord whose daughter AugustaAdaByron married the eighth Lord since created Earl of The eldest son of the Barl of Lovelace succeeded to rhe title of Lord Went worth in but died unmarried in leaving..."
Date:Mar 26 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... High 65 to 75. Saturday ...partly sunny. Low 45 to 55. High in the 70s. Know Yoe Know The Countess of Lovelace, AugustaAdaByron (daughter of poet Lord Byron), was an accomplished mathematician..."
Date:May 28 1996
Publication:Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...0T3 LIKE A PACK OF WMHIN6T0N INTO M0PEW ART 0Y WANPr Ub tMOII THE FIRST COMPUTER PROGRAMMER AUGUSTAADABYRON 18151852 Counless ol ciauglilei ol Drilains greal poel Lord and conlidanle lo Charles..."
Date:July 2 1983
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... It is named after AugustaAdaByron, Lord Byron's daughter, who is considered the world's first programmer because of her work with the 19th-century British mathematician, Charles Dabbage, who designed..."
Date:Apr 18 1983
Publication:Blytheville, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:"... the abeyance of the peerage of Wentworth determined in Lady Byron. Her only daughter, AugustaAdaByron, married the Earl of Lovelace, and her eldest son, Lord Ockham, a claims the peerage in right of his..."
Date:July 28 1863
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... interestcompounded the today owes New York City more than The First Lady Of Computers The first computer pro grammer was a 19th century noblewom AugustaAdaByron daugh ter of the poet Lord Byron left his wife..."
Date:Nov 14 1982
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... of the late Countess of Lovelace who was AugustaAdaByron, only child of Lord Byron, the "Ada, sole daughter of my house and well known to every lover of Byron's muss. TniSRE seem lo be only one twoTories who..."
Date:Nov 2 1887
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... it have? First program was by British mathematician AugustaAdaKing, Countess of Lovelace while workingwilh Cambridge's Charles Bahbage on his visionary Analytical Engine, says Louis A. Dloomfield in How..."
Date:Mar 2 2005
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... traits of the asking him to call to revarnish the It is not An engraving of the portrait also is in the Included is an undated letter from AugustaAdaByron Lady ron in Together they Heres the right look..."
Date:Aug 16 1961
Publication:Terre Haute, Indiana, United States of America