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  • T. Rowe Price owns 14% of the T.mes's outstanding Class A shares -- which have less voting power than the family-controlled Class B shares -- and is its largest nonfamily shareholder, as of the latest filings.

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  • The tape of mes's answering machine messages in the intro also gave me the feeling of him giving something more of himself.

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  • So on to St. J.mes's, in the way Sir W. Pen telling me that Mr. Norton, that married Sir J. Lawson's daughter, is dead.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1666 N.S.

  • So to St. J.mes's by water with Sir J. Minnes and Sir W. Batten, I giving occasion to a wager about the tide, that it did flow through bridge, by which Sir W. Batten won 5s. of Sir J. Minnes.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Up, and with Sir J. Minnes and Sir W. Pen to W.ite Hall in the latter's coach, where, when we come, we find the Duke at St. J.mes's, whither he is lately gone to lodge.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1666 N.S.

  • Up, and with Sir J. Minnes and Sir W. Pen to W.ite Hall in the latter's coach, where, when we come, we find the Duke at St. J.mes's, whither he is lately gone to lodge.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • W.stminster Hall, and there found it so, and meeting with Sir J. Minnes, and being very hungry, went over with him to the Leg, and before we had cut a bit, the House rises, however we eat a bit and away to St. J.mes's and there eat a second part of our dinner with Mr. Coventry and his brother Harry, Sir W. Batten and Sir W. Pen.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • So on to St. J.mes's, in the way Sir W. Pen telling me that Mr. Norton, that married Sir J. Lawson's daughter, is dead.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Up and to the office, where we sat all the morning, and then to the 'Change, where after some stay by coach with Sir J. Minnes and Mr. Coventry to St. J.mes's, and there dined with Mr. Coventry very finely, and so over the Parke to White Hall to a Committee of Tangier about providing provisions, money, and men for Tangier.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • I took a turn in St. J.mes's Park, and in the Mall did meet Sir W. Coventry and Sir J. Duncomb, and did speak with them about some business before the Lords of the Treasury; but I did find them more than usually busy, though I knew not then the reason of it, though I guess it by what followed to-morrow.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

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