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  • Duke of Bronte, from the time of obtaining that honour; but this epistle to the Duke of Clarence was one of the first in which he ever prefixed the word Bronte to his name when addressing any British subject.

    The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson, Volume 2

  • 'I am sorry I cannot claim for the name Bronte the honour of being connected with the notice in the _Bradford Observer_.

    Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle

  • Lord Nelson had, as it may be seen, signed his letters to foreigners as Duke of Bronte, from the time of obtaining that honour; but this epistle to the Duke of Clarence was one of the first in which he ever prefixed the word Bronte to his name when addressing any British subject.

    The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson

  • Mr. Woodhouse purchased the Pilgrim estate from Mr. Atherton, and re-named it "Bronte,", from his connection with the Bronte estate in

    Recollections of Old Liverpool

  • Thus Pliny cites, as stones possessing magical properties, the "Bronte" found in the head of the tortoise, the Cinædia in the head of a fish of that name, the Chelonites, a grass-green stone found in a swallow's belly, the Draconites, which must be cut out of the head of a live serpent, the Hyænia from the eye of the Hyæna, and the Saurites from the bowels of a green lizard.

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  • We started off by going to a beach called 'Bronte', it is quite a small beach, and nowhere near as 'touristy' as Bondi.

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  • White Lightnin '), have just announced several future projects, including an untitled Bronte film (Charlotte?

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  • 'Bronte'?) ~ While cultural pundits try to convince you that some literature is better than other literature, the truth is that all art is relative to individial tastes.

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  • I was "forced" to read Dickens and Shakespeare and Bronte and Melville &c: some I've gone back to, some I want nothing to do with, but none of them turned me off to trying something 'new' (be it from the 1600s or yesterday).

    MIND MELD: The Perfect SF/F/H Books to Give to People Who Don't Read SF/F/H

  • The most famous example of this, of course, was the Bronte household that included three sister novelists for the ages: Charlotte (Jane Eyre), Emily (Wuthering Heights), and the underrated Anne (The Tenant of Wildfell Hall).

    Dave Astor: Famous Authors Related by Blood or Marriage

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