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1354), oldest of the group of painters later known as the Four Masters of the Yllan
dynasty (1279—1368), and often cited by later painters and critics as especially
meritorious for his rectitude (even though he briefly served in the Mongol court) ...
In 1893 he became editor of the Friends' Review (later the American Friend) and
in the same year began to teach philosophy at Haverford College, where he
remained until 1934. In 1897, with the English Quaker John Wilhelm Rowntree, ...
His Cabinet associates, who did not share in the public idolatry of Kitchener,
relieved him of responsibility first for industrial mobiliration and later for strategy,
but he refused to quit the Cabinet. His career was ended suddenly, by drowning,
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