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At the age of twenty-seven, Poe brought Maria and Virginia Clemm to Richmond and married Virginia, who was not yet fourteen. The marriage proved a happy one but money was always tight. Dissatisfied with his low pay and lack of editorial control at the Messenger , Poe moved to New York City and to Philadelphia a year later, where he wrote for a number of different magazines. In spite of his growing fame, Poe was still barely able to make a living. For the publication of his first book of short stories, Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque , he was paid with twenty-five copies of his book.
He would soon become a champion for the cause of higher wages for writers as well as for an international copyright law. To change the face of the magazine industry, he proposed starting his own journal, but he failed to find the necessary funding. He was again living in New York City and was now famous enough to draw large crowds to his lectures—he also began demanding better pay for his work. He published two books that year, and briefly lived his dream of running his own magazine when he bought out the owners of the Broadway Journal.
At this time he moved to a tiny cottage in the country. It was there, in the winter of , that Virginia died of tuberculosis at the age of twenty-four. Her death devastated Poe and left him unable to write for months. His critics assumed he would soon be dead. Retrieved 2 August The Burlington Magazine. Documents concerning artistic associates of Santa Maria della Scala. Art UK.
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Writer and illustrator of children's picture books , who lives in Richmond. Columnist for The Times , who has lived in Richmond since the s. Edward Chapman. Businessman, art collector, philanthropist and advocate of a federal Europe, who lived in Terrace House on Richmond Hill and owned Glover's Island which he donated to the Borough of Richmond in , helping to preserve the view from Richmond across the river.
Thomas Griffiths Wainewright. Poisoner and transported convict who was born in Richmond. Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth. General, statesman and liberator of Chile , he lived and studied at Clarence House , 2 The Vineyard, Richmond in his late teens. The site is marked by a blue plaque. John Russell, 1st Earl Russell. Whig and Liberal politician and twice British prime minister — and — , he lived at Pembroke Lodge , Richmond Park.
A lawyer and legal author, he lived in retirement at Pagoda House, Kew Road, Richmond, an estate inherited from his father in John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute. He succeeded Princess Amelia as Ranger of Richmond Park and used White Lodge as an occasional residence from until his death in Sir Thomas Thynne. A lawyer and MP, he had a house at Richmond which was searched for royalist suspects in ; his steward and butler were ordered to be arrested.
A politician, land speculator and financier, he lived at Wick House prior to his death in George III. When Prince of Wales he purchased Richmond Lodge in where he lived after his marriage to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz until her death. As Prince of Wales, he was resident at White Lodge with his tutors in He and the Princess of Wales Queen Alexandra — used the house as a weekend residence, from to Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh.
She was Ranger of Richmond Park from to The couple's engagement took place at Sheen Lodge on 3 May Victoria and Prince Albert. The Queen and the Prince Consort stayed at White Lodge for a while in after the death of the Queen's mother and a few months before Albert's own death.
Art historian, author, museum director and broadcaster, who lived at Old Palace Place on Richmond Green. Sir Richard Owen. Biologist , comparative anatomist and paleontologist , who was granted Sheen Cottage in Richmond Park by Queen Victoria in He died there and is buried at Ham. His family continued to live at Sheen Cottage until Mathematician and philosopher, grew up at Pembroke Lodge between and Sir Edwin Chadwick. Social reformer noted for his leadership in reforming the Poor Laws in England and instituting major reforms in urban sanitation and public health.
He lived at 5 Montague Road, Richmond; the site is marked by a blue plaque. Churchman , statesman and Lord Chancellor of England, his places of residence included Richmond Lodge, which was on a site near the King's Observatory. English cricketer who was born in Richmond. A left-handed batsman, he played three first-class matches for Somerset.
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Robert Long. English cricketer who was born in Richmond and made two first-class appearances for Surrey. Explorer, translator and writer who lived at Maids of Honour Row in Richmond while attending the Richmond Academy, which was situated in a mansion at the corner of Little Green and Duke Street. Frederick Jeremiah Edwards. Born on Richmond Hill and moved with his parents at the age of two to New Zealand, where he served as the 7th Governor-General of New Zealand from to Young Bingham Hutchinson.
Royal Navy officer and settler in South Australia , who was born in Richmond. Zoom Zoom. Availability Usually despatched within 2 weeks. With Free Saver Delivery.
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A self-proclaimed warlord during the conflict in the area in the early s, he reverts to violent activities following his expulsion and is believed by the townspeople to be responsible for inciting a small-scale civil war in Richmond that leaves more than people dead over the course of a year. The mayor of the town, who is the author of this account, stands firmly in charge even as he is under constant threat by Nkabinde's henchmen.