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Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 1859-1943
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Hyett (born /83), American software developer, and co-founder of GitHub William Henry Hyett (–), British Liberal Member of Parliament representing Stroud Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 1st Baron Dickinson (–), British Liberal Party politician. Baron Dickinson, of Painswick in the County of Gloucester, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
It was created on 18 January for the Liberal politician Willoughby Dickinson, who had previously represented St Pancras North in the House of was the son of Sebastian Dickinson, Member of Parliament for Stroud from to As of the title.
Willoughby Hyett Dickinson MP () was one of the most dedicated campaigners for women’s suffrage in the House of Commons, which he believed in as a matter of steadfast principle. He wrote in his diary entry infollowing defeat of a women’s suffrage bill, ‘Nor am I disheartened as I know we have a cause that is harmony with.
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Lawrence Lowell, admitted that the American group's plan was founded on the Bryce Group's “Proposals”; for Cited by: 1. 26 December 20th century, Cataloguing, Humanities, Modern, Social Sciences Archives & Modern Manuscripts, Conservative Party Archive townshendj The list of files from the Conservative Party Archive at the Bodleian Library which will be declassified on 1st January, under the ’year rule’ is now available, here.
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Papers of Sir Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 1st Baron Dickinson (), concerning the League of Nations movement in England, Papers of Sir John Fischer Williams () relating to the Reparations Commission, Willoughby Hyett Dickinson, 1st Baron Dickinson ( - ), was a British Liberal Party politician.
Dickinson was the son of Sebastian Stewart Dickinson, Member of Parliament for Stroud. He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge.
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