Lived at 24 Cornwall Cottages, on Cornwall Road;
6 children, ranging from Clare (nearly 13) to Freddy (12 months); George brought home 24 shillings a week working as a stoker at the Red Lion Brewery.
His motivation in coming to England was to quiet a mind that had become "inflamed."
41 Tennison Street; living alone in a simple furnished upstairs room.
As testified by Scotland Yard detective named Williamson.
Minor wrote that he had been drugged and was afraid that the Fenians were planning to murder him and make it look as though his death had been a suicide.
William Dennis was seconded to the Horsemonger Lane Jail to watch the nocturnal activities of Minor.
Found not guilty on grounds of insanity.
In Hawick, in the Scottish Borders.
Digs at archaeological sites all over the Borders; made attempts to teach the local cows to respond to calls in Latin; read out loud the works of Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, translating for his family. he memorized hundreds of phrases in Romany; learned bookbinding; taught himself to embellish his own writings with elegant little drawings, flourishes, and curlicues.
First lecture: "Reading, Its Pleasures and Advantages".
Papers on phonetics, the origins of the pronunciation and the foundations of the Scottish tongue, the magic of Anglo-Saxon.
With his brother Alexander.
Modest lodgings in Peckham.
Alexander Graham Bell was the best man!
Integrated the first edition and all the subsequent supplementary volumes into one new 20-volume whole.
By Henry Fowler
Oxford University, England