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1) Rupert Brooke: A Biographical Note by Margaret Lavington. Brooke, Rupert. 1916. Collected Poems
...ANY biographical account of Rupert Brooke must of necessity be brief; yet it is well to know the facts of his romantic career, and to see him as far as may be through...

2) Rupert House. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Rupert House, village, W Que., Canada, on the Rupert River east of its mouth on James Bay. It was founded in 1668 as Charles Fort by the trader des Groseilliers,...

3) Rupert, Prince. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Rupert, Prince, 1619-82, count palatine of the Rhine. Born in Prague, he was the son of Frederick the Winter King, elector palatine and king of Bohemia, and Elizabeth,...

4) Rupert's Land. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
...Rupert's Land, Can. territory held (1670-1869) by the Hudson's Bay Company, Canada, named for Prince Rupert, 1st gov. of the company. Under the charter granted (1670)...

5) Rupert River. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
...Rupert River, 380 mi/612 km long, W Que., Canada; issues from L. Mistassini; flows W, through Nemiscau L., past Rupert House, to James Bay 3 mi/5 km W of Rupert House....

6) Rupert. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
...Rupert, town (1990 pop. 654), Bennington co., SW Vt., on N.Y. state line, 28 mi/45 km N of Bennington; 4316'N 7312'W. An early mint made coins here, at East Rupert,...

7) Rupert House. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
...Rupert House, village, NW Que., Canada, on James Bay of Hudson Bay, near mouth of Rupert R.; 5130'N 7846'W. Oldest post of Hudson's Bay Co., it was est. 1668; subsequently...

8) Rupert's Balls. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...or Prince Rupert s Drops. Glass bubbles first brought to England by Prince Rupert. Each bubble has a tail, and if the smallest part of the tail is broken off the...

9) Rupert's Head (Sir). Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...Devonshire. The legend is that the young wife of Sir Rupert Leigh eloped with a paramour, and the guilty pair, being pursued, were overtaken on the Red Cliff. The...

10) Rupert. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Rupert, 1352-1410, German king (1400-1410), elector palatine of the Rhine. He was elected German king after the deposition of Wenceslaus. Seeking the imperial crown,...

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