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  1. A New Voyage to Carolina by John Lawson, 1984-09-28
  2. THEORY AND TECHNIQUE OF PLAYWRITING by John Howard Lawson, 1961-01-01
  3. The Penguin Henry Lawson Short Stories (Penguin Classics) by Henry Lawson, 2009-03-02
  4. A New Voyage to Carolina by John Lawson, 2008-03-13
  5. The Left Side of Paradise: The Screenwriting of John Howard Lawson (Studies in Cinema) by Gary L. Carr, 1984-07
  6. John L. Stoddard's Lectures, Vol. 10 (of 10) - Southern California; Grand Canon of the Colorado River; Yellowstone National Park by John L. (John Lawson) Stoddard, 2010-07-12
  7. The Agri-Environment by John Warren, Clare Lawson, et all 2008-01-21
  8. A Social History of Education in England (Volume 18) by John Lawson, Harold Silver, 2007-07-20
  9. A New Voyage to Carolina by John Lawson, 2002-07-01
  10. Out of the depths: The story of John R. Lawson, a labor leader by Barron B Beshoar, 1980
  11. Lectures concerning oratory. Delivered in Trinity College, Dublin, by John Lawson, D.D. ... by John Lawson, 2010-06-09
  12. Photograph of John Howard Lawson signing ''A Rollcall for Peace.'' for the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. by John Howard], JoJan, photographer Lawson, 1948
  13. A Social History of Education in England (Volume 18) by John Lawson, Harold Silver, 2007-07-20
  14. Messiah of the New Technique: John Howard Lawson, Communism, and American Theatre, 1923-1937 (Theater in the Americas) by Associate Professor Jonathan L Chambers, 2006-06-30

1. John Howard Lawson
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Lawson Software wants to bring a little law and order to managing enterprises. The company makes enterprise resource planning software for the health care, professional services, retail, public Cofounders Richard Lawson and John Cerullo each own about 20% of the company. Lawson Software, Inc research, H. Richard Lawson John J. ( Jay) Coughlan Robert G

3. John Thomas LAWSON
John Thomas Lawson. Family 1 Mary MOORE. James Tilston LAWSON + Martha LAWSON. Mary LAWSON. Grace LAWSON + Lawrence LAWSON. Sarah Margaret LAWSON _ James LAWSON John Thomas LAWSON _
John Thomas Lawson
BIRTH Sunday November 1, 1840 - Gravel Walks, Oldham, England Index of First Names DEATH Saturday May 2, 1914 - Kearney, Ontario Index of Last Names Index of Surnames Father James LAWSON List of Birthdays Mother Elizabeth SHAWCROSS Ancestors Tree
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  • 4. Mark Lawson John Keane: Conflicts Of Interest
    Mark Lawson John Keane Conflicts of Interest. Author or Artist Mark Lawson. Title John Keane Conflicts of Interest Lawson Mark
    Mark Lawson John Keane: Conflicts of Interest
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    Mark Lawson
    Subject: Art (Drawing and Painting)
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    5. John Howard Lawson
    John Howard Lawson Filmography, Awards, Biography, Agent, Discussions, Photos,News Articles, Fan Sites. John Howard Lawson. IMDb home, Main Details Next, Help.

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    Date of birth (location)
    25 September
    New York, New York, USA
    Date of death (details)
    11 August
    San Francisco, California, USA. (parkinson's disease)
    Blacklisted in 1950s; one of the Hollywood Ten. (show more)
    Sometimes Credited As:
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  • Careless Years, The (1957) (written by) (originally as Edward Lewis) Cry, the Beloved Country (1951) (screenplay) (originally uncredited) ... aka African Fury (1951) Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947) (screenplay) ... aka Smash-Up (1947) ... aka Woman Destroyed, A (1947) (UK) Counter-Attack (1945) ... aka One Against Seven (1945) (UK) Sahara (1943) Action in the North Atlantic (1943) (screenplay) Four Sons (1940) Earthbound (1940) They Shall Have Music (1939) ... aka Melody of Youth (1939) (UK) ... aka Ragged Angels (1939) Algiers (1938) Blockade (1938) Party Wire (1935) Treasure Island (1934) (contributor to treatment) (uncredited) Success at Any Price (1934) (also play Success Story) Goodbye Love (1933) Bachelor Apartment (1931) (written by) Our Blushing Brides (1930) (continuity) (dialogue) Sea Bat, The (1930)
  • 6. A New Voyage To Carolina John Lawson
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    7. John Lawson
    John Lawson. 210211 Bibl, EN Claussen, and KR Wallace, Lectures ConcerningOratory by John Lawson (Carbondale/London/ Amsterdam 1972).,John/life.htm
    John Lawson Life
    1712-1759, b. Omagh [var.magherafelt], Co. Tyrone, son of Church of Ireland curate; ed. TCD, BA 1731l MA, 1734; senior fellow and first librarian, 1743; DD 1745; first Erasmus Smith lecturer on oratory and history, 1753; his Lectures Concerning Oratory (Faulkner 1758); selected sermons, 1764; preched at inauguration of Rotunda Hospital. DNB. top Commentary
    W. B. Stanford, Ireland and the Classical Tradition Lectures Concerning Oratory by John Lawson (Carbondale/London/ Amsterdam 1972). See John V. Luce, review of E. Neal Claussen and Karl R Wallace, eds., Lectures Concerning Oratory by John Lawson [Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address] (S. Illinois UP 1972), pp.liii, 457, in Hermathena , CXVII (Summer 1974), p.105. Luce notes tht Lawson was a needy scholar from Magherafelt [sic], entered TCD Univ., 1727, sizar, schol., fellow; Erasmus Prof. of Oratory and History, 1750 [sic], and Professor of Divinity in 1752; became first professor of oratory in British Isle to produce major book on his subject, Hermathena , CXVII, Summer 1974, p.105.)

    8. Lawson, John
    Lawson, John. Lawson, John, d. 1711, English explorer of North Carolina Colonel Sir John Lawson, 3rd Bt; Cavalry officer who in Jordan in 1939 led one of the last
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    9. John Lawson, History Of Carolina
    and Natural History of that Country Together with the Present State Thereof. And a A......Exhibit featuring first edition of John Lawson's The History of Carolina, Containing the Exact

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    (London: W. Taylor and J. Baker, 1714) 258 p.; 20 cm. Presented by John Vaughan (copy owned by B. S. Barton)
    Title page of Lawson's History of Carolina A native Londoner, John Lawson (d. 1711), sailed to South Carolina, in August, 1700, to assume an appointment as Surveyor-General of North Carolina. Although his origins remain obscure, he appears to have had a solid scientific education and was sufficiently elevated socially to append "gent." to his name, no meaningless appendage in the England of Queen Anne. The History of Carolina Section on Indians from
    Lawson's History of Carolina
    Lawson's History of Carolina , however, lived longer than Lawson himself. An account of his first sojourn in the Carolinas, the History covers a broad swath of territory in more than one sense, surveying the landscape, the possibilities for European settlement, and the native plants and animals, and placing a special emphasis upon the Indian inhabitants of the region. Balancing the desire to promote his colony with careful observation, and pitting overt credulity against observational rigor, Lawson's History at times presents some seemingly odd natural facts. Characteristically, he reported that rattlesnakes "have the power or art (I know not which to call it) to charm squirrels, hares, partridges, or any such thing, in such manner that they run directly into their mouths." His science, however, was perfectly adequate by contemporary standards, and ran directly into the mouths of his readership at home, enjoying three English and two German editions before 1722.

    10. John Lawson Surgical Group
    General surgical group. Includes information on diseases, procedures, and staff.

    11. Prepared Witness Testimony: Lawson, John
    Building. Mr. John Lawson President and CEO Association of Public TelevisionStations 666 Eleventh Street, NW Washington, DC, 20001.
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    Corporation for Public Broadcasting Oversight and a Look Into Public Broadcasting in the Digital Era
    Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet
    July 10, 2002
    10:00 AM
    2123 Rayburn House Office Building Mr. John Lawson
    President and CEO
    Association of Public Television Stations
    666 Eleventh Street, NW
    Washington, DC, 20001 Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee, I am John Lawson, President and CEO of the Association of Public Television Stations (APTS). Our member stations—among the last of the locally controlled media outlets left in this country—see digital conversion as a life and death issue for public television. So, I appreciate this opportunity to testify before you today. I would like to update you on the progress of our local stations in the digital transition, outline some of our continuing challenges that this Subcommittee is in a position to help us meet, and describe some of the exciting new services that digital television (DTV) enables. These include education, high-speed services to Rural America, and emergency communications to support homeland security.
    Public Stations: Leading the Broadcast Industry into the Digital Age
    Our members, the local public television stations, respect and applaud the leadership of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in advancing the digital transition. Our stations are bullish on DTV. They have plans to introduce a new generation of digital services to our communities. And they take the May 1, 2003 transmission deadline for public stations very seriously. So I think you will find our stations are doing all they can to begin digital service. We want to work with the Committee to continue to do our part to stimulate the digital transition.

    12. River John Its Pastors And People
    Text file of essay written by G. Lawson Gordon in 1911.

    13. John Lawson (IV)
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    14. Lawson, John. Papers
    Lawson, John, 1909 . Papers, 1935-1996. CITATION John Lawson Papers, MSS 093,Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.

    Papers, 1935-1996. MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 093
    EXTENT: 2.5 cubic ft. (5 letter-size archive boxes, 1 legal sized archive box, and 1 half legal sized archive box) ACCESS: Unrestricted REPRODUCTION: All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction. CITATION: John Lawson Papers, MSS 093, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University. Biographical Note John Lawson was born in Leeds, England, July 16, 1909. He was the fifth John Lawson and was born into a family which had been Methodist since the time of Wesley. He was raised and educated in the city of Nottingham. Lawson attended Midland Agricultural College and received the B.S. degree in 1929. Shortly thereafter he was called to the ministry, and the Methodist Church then sent him to Cambridge University, where he completed the M.A. in 1935 and the B.D. in 1946. From 1935 to 1955, he served in the pastoral ministry, mainly in the agricultural counties of eastern England. In 1955, he was invited to teach at the Candler School of Theology. Lawson spent 21 years, from 1955 to 1976, teaching Church History, Historical Theology, Wesleyan History and Wesleyan Theology. During his tenure at Candler, he maintained his permanent residence in England. In 1976 he retired from teaching and returned to England. Lawson died in September of 2003. [Most of the material used in this biographical sketch was taken from the autobiographical sketch by John Lawson, which is in Box 3, Folder 10.]

    15. Lawson Family Racing
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    17. BBC Religion & Ethics
    Mark Lawson speaks with John Travolta, a high profile member of the Church of Scientology, about his beliefs. Travolta describes Scientology assist technology and how he has used it. The Big Question
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    ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! Celebrities and their Faith Mark Lawson speaks with Hollywood movie star John Travolta, a high profile member of the Church of Scientology, about his beliefs and his faith. Originally transmitted as part of "The Big Question" series) Mark Lawson You have had two spells of being very hot in Hollywood. When you were growing up was being famous something that you wanted to be? John Travolta I never looked at it that way. What I wanted very much was to become an actor and a performer, even at age 6, 7 8. It was very much part of my agenda. I enjoyed, tremendously, entertaining people. Mark Lawson You come from a big Italian, Irish family. It was a Catholic family, what impression did that have on you? John Travolta I have to be honest with you although I was brought up a Catholic I wasn’t sure I understood it. I felt the confession aspect of it was good but I didn’t know that you were actually supposed to confess things that you did. I thought you were supposed to make up things that you did to get through confession. Now I realise that is probably a very good thing, that if someone really wanted to unload their heart and their mind, they should go and do it. Mark Lawson Were your parents very strict about things like about attending Mass and so on?

    18. US People--LAWSON, JOHN
    John Lawson, Landsman, USN. John Lawson was born in Pennsylvania in 1837. Forhis heroism in this action, John Lawson was awarded the Medal of Honor.
    Return to Naval Historical Center home page. Return to Online Library listing DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER
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    John Lawson, Landsman, USN
    John Lawson was born in Pennsylvania in 1837. In 1864, he was a member of USS Hartford 's crew. During the Battle of Mobile Bay, 5 August 1864, while serving as a member of the ship's berth deck ammunition party, he was seriously wounded. However, he remained at his post and continued to supply the Hartford 's guns. For his heroism in this action, John Lawson was awarded the Medal of Honor. This page features our only image of John Lawson. If you want higher resolution reproductions than the Online Library's digital images, see "How to Obtain Photographic Reproductions." Click on the small photograph to prompt a larger view of the same image. Photo #: NH 79929
    John Lawson, Landsman, USN

    Who was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism aboard USS Hartford during the Battle of Mobile Bay, 5 August 1864.

    19. "They Want To Muzzle Public Opinion": John Howard Lawson's Warning To The Americ
    Testimony of John Howard Lawson before the House UnAmerican Activities Committee.

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    TESTIMONY OF JOHN CHARLES MOFFITT Mr. STRIPLING. Did you ever join any organizations while you were in Hollywood in connection with being a writer for the motion-picture industry? After we had been in that organization some months we were invited to what turned out to be a more or less star chamber meeting, an inner corps meeting. It took place in the home of Mr. Frank Tuttle, a director. Mr. Herbert Biberman, who had been responsible for my being in the Anti-Nazi League, was there, as was his wife, Miss Gail Sondergaard, an actress. Donald Ogden Stewart was also one of those present. . . . Mr. STRIPLING. Would you give the committee an account of the activities that you observed as a member during those 6 weeks? Mr. STRIPLING. Would you identify Mr. Lawson? Mr. MOFFITT. Yes, sir. Mr. STRIPLING. He is a writer, is he not? Mr. MOFFITT. John Howard Lawson is a writer. He was the first president of the Screen Writers Guild. It has been testified before the Tenney committee of the California legislature that Mr. Lawson was sent to Los Angeles by the Communist Party for the purpose of organizing Communist activities in Hollywood. It was testified by a former secretary of the Communist Party for Los Angeles County. . . . Mr. STRIPLING. We will go back to your activities in the Anti-Nazi League.

    20. John Howard Lawson --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
    Lawson, John Howard Britannica Student Encyclopedia. , Lawson, JohnHoward (1894–1977). US playwright and screenwriter John Howard howard, 1st duke of n

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