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LarryFSommers: THE LINCOLN MIRACLE by Edward Achorn explains the political machinations behind Lincoln’s nomination in May 1860 and gives memorable and insightful portraits of the main characters--Seward, Thurlow Weed, Lincoln, Horace Greeley, et al.

OrganicPeoplePR: EDWARD THURLOW WEED WAS A PRINTER. New York Newspaper Publisher. (November 15, 1797- November 22, 1882.)

ClivePower: 'Diamond Eaters, Horrid! Monsters!' 1788 (artist unknown). Warren Hastings (former Governor General of India), George III, Queen Charlotte and Edward Thurlow (Lord Chancellor)

CannabisDad: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned; they therefore do as they like."-Edward Thurlow, Baron of Something or Other

medialens: 'Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?' (Edward, First Baron Thurlow 1731-1806)

son_thaddeus: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.” Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow (1731-1806), On plunder and famine at Bengal by the British East India Co

srammasy: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like. Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731-1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

RWPUSA: "Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?" Edward, Baron Thurlow 1731-1806 It's long past time to prosecute the man who controlled this company while it engaged in fraud.

HPEschools: 1/2 Welcome to the new Board of Trustees for HPEDSB, beginning a 4-yr term this evening. Back row: Rachael Prinzen, North Prince Edward; Erica Charlton, Belleville/Thurlow; Kari Kramp, Central Hastings; Ron Speck, North Hastings; Stacey Lewis, South Prince Edward.

henry_thurlow: Saw Beetlejuice the musical. Thought it was great. While I’m usually ok with standalone films. (We don’t need an Edward Scissorhands sequel) They *really* should make a sequel to Beetlejuice. The characters are all so good. They deserve more story & screen-time.

MacFarlaneNews: ADD: "He wasn't thinking" "He followed people in" Defense attorney for Steven Thurlow of Michigan (Sentenced today)

suburbankid76: Dublin, watercolour painting on fore-edge of a book published in 1813 ("Poems on several occasions" by Edward Lord Thurlow) Boston Public Library

daja57: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." Edward Thurlow 1731 - 1806 Relevant today to energy companies, water companies etc?

AlexHenson6: Hereditary peer or Harry Potter character? Alexander Scrymgeour, Valerian Freyburg, Merlin Hay, Godfrey Bewicke-Copley, Rupert Ponsonby, Edward Foljambe, and Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce.

arrdem: “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned; they therefore do as they like.” – Edward Thurlow

grahammctavish: Loving this history book “The Anarchy” about the East India Company: “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like” Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731-1806) Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings.

bms275: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806), as Lord Chancellor, during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

LissadellHouse: May, queen of blossoms, And fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers? Edward Thurlow, 1780

war_poets: 6 May 1917 Vera Brittain sends a copy of 'In Memoriam' written for Geoffrey Thurlow to her brother Edward.

MelanieJaxn: “May, queen of blossoms, and fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers.” -Lord Edward Thurlow

war_poets: 30 April 1917 Edward Brittain writes to his sister, Vera, ‘I only heard this morning from Miss Thurlow that Geoffrey was killed in action on April 23rd–a week ago to-day–and I sent you a cable about noon'

johnsimkin: On this day in 1917 Edward Brittain tells Vera Brittain that Geoffrey Thurlow has been killed.

war_poets: 23 April 1917 Geoffrey Thurlow, the last of Edward and Vera Brittain‘s close friends to remain unscathed, is shot and killed by a sniper

gillianhoughton: “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.” Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731-1806)

CrossgateCentre: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." - Edward Thurlow, Lord Chancellor, during the impeachment trial of Warren Hastings in 1788.

ahf77118198: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." Edward Thurlow, Lord Chancellor of England

plastic_bio: I was with you, Mr. Scott—till I heard your argument. - Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow

harrylee773: New book starts with a still relevant quote “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.” Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

evan_wel: Corporations have neither the bodies to be punished, nor the souls to be condemned. They therefore do as they like. -Edward, First Baron Thurlow

AnecdotalWisdom: Edward Thurlow was moved to the patriotic exclamation: “When I forget my king, may my God forget me!” “And the best thing God can do for him,” muttered statesman Edmund Burke.

CapelLofft: Edward Thurlow, Lord Chancellor under George III, was sent down from Caius Cambridge because when the Dean said that whenever he looked out of his window he saw Thurlow idling in the court, Thurlow replied 'whenever I walk through the court I see you idling at your window'

plastic_bio: When I forget my sovereign, may my God forget me. - Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow

JerryOnJava: “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned; they therefore do as they like.” - Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow

crowdedfalafel: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like. Edward, Lord Thurlow 1731–1806 usually quoted as ‘Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?’

ham_sculpture: Wedgwood, Edward Thurlow (1731-1806), 18th century

wtul_playlist: Just played: Jeremy Thurlow: Magnificat - Edward Wickham: The Choirs of St Catharine's College, Cambridge - Alpha & O: Music for Ad...

Cardano_420: Edward Thurlow Weed was a New York newspaper publisher and politician. He was the principal political advisor to prominent New York politician William H. Seward and was instrumental in the presidential nominations of William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor, and John C. Frémont.

David__Foster: Twitter is an odd place. In this tweet, the LPA 1925 is apparently laying invective on late eighteenth century lord chancellor, Edward Thurlow (and current incumbent, Raab LC)

BLVLPolice: Addictions and Mental Health Services – Hastings, Prince Edward (AMHS-HPE) and the Belleville Police Service are pleased to announce the formal launch of the Integrated Mobile Police and Co-Response Team pilot project in Belleville, Ontario.

nikkifirewall: ‘To a bird that haunted the Waters of Lacken, in the Winter’- Edward Lord Thurlow 1781-1829

DavidCranmerUn1: in January 1769 and lasted more than a month. A reputed £100,000 worth of bets were waged on the outcome. During its progress, the Hamiltons’ investigator Andrew Stuart, challenged one of Douglas’s lawyers Edward Thurlow to a duel for calling him a liar. Pistols were fired but

s_birrell: Edward, First Lord Thurlow (1731-1806) - Sir Thomas Lawrence (1803)

AmberVerschuur: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned - Lord Chancellor Edward Thurlow

bengrue: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." -Edward, Lord Thurlow, in the friggen 1700's

AnecdotalWisdom: Edward Thurlow was moved to the patriotic exclamation: “When I forget my king, may my God forget me!” “And the best thing God can do for him,” muttered statesman Edmund Burke.

shrikale: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like. -- Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731 - 1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings (From The Anarchy by William Dalrymple)

pcarr_thurlow: Fantastic week in Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

FarmStudioz: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, therefore they do as they like." -Lord Chancellor Edward Thurlow (1731-1806), during the impeachment of Warren Hastings. True then, truer now.

FightingOnFilm: Geoffrey Thurlow was played by Jonathan Bailey, after he was killed in 1917. Edward wrote this in a letter to Vera about him. 'A man who won't be forgotten by you or me however long or short a time we may live' The pair had been having a secret relationship while at the front.

UsCtzn: So we are left with corporations enjoying people's rights without being bound by the same limitations people face. "Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?" —Edward, First Baron Thurlow 3/4

harvard_art_bot: Edward Thurlow (1731-1806) - (18th century) Wedgwood | Jasperware | 1943.1248.18

ham_sculpture: Wedgwood, Edward Thurlow (1731-1806), 18th century

YourMindinBloom: Lord Edward Thurlow Wrote: May! Queen of blossoms, / And fulfilling flowers, / With what pretty music / Shall we……

war_poets: 6 May 1917 Vera Brittain sends a copy of 'In Memoriam' written for Geoffrey Thurlow to her brother Edward.

MelanieJaxn: May! queen of blossoms, And fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers? -Edward Thurlow

MelanieJaxn: “May, queen of blossoms, and fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers.” -Lord Edward Thurlow

war_poets: 30 April 1917 Edward Brittain writes to his sister, Vera, ‘I only heard this morning from Miss Thurlow that Geoffrey was killed in action on April 23rd–a week ago to-day–and I sent you a cable about noon'

war_poets: 23 April 1917 Geoffrey Thurlow, the last of Edward and Vera Brittain‘s close friends to remain unscathed, is shot and killed by a sniper

migfim: "How do you expect a corporation to have a conscience when it has no soul to be damned and no body to be kicked?" - Lord Edward Thurlow

plastic_bio: The accident of an accident. - Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow

1215_law: Edward, Lord Thurlow 1731–1806​​ Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.

lookymama: ‘Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.’ Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731-1806)

ham_sculpture: Wedgwood, Edward Thurlow (1731-1806), 18th century

unlearnedhands: "Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?" (Edward, 1st Baron Thurlow, 1731-1806)

ham_sculpture: Edward Thurlow (1731-1806)

allthecitizens: Spotted by a Citizen...Health Secretary Matt Hancock has a photo of The Cock Inn, Thurlow hanging behind him in his Red Room. The pub was owned by Alex Bourne, who won a £30m Covid19 contract for test tube work. His firm had only recently gained a safety certificate for testing.

ales_kot: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." –– Edward, First Baron Thurlow

slimkama: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like" - Edward, Thurlow. Lord Chancellor.

LuxonSpencer: THE'TRUE'DANGER IS WHEN LIBERTY IS NIBBLED AWAY, FOR EXPEDIENTS&BY PARTS,(EDMOND BURKE 1729-97 'NEITHER BODY TO JAIL NOR SOUL TO DAMN,LORD EDWARD THURLOW(1731-06)DESCRIBING A NEW BRITISH INVENTION,THE CORPORATION'ONE MIGHT ADO NOW DAYS"NOR CONSCIENCE TO PLAGUE,NOR DEATH TO PONDER

cbcbooks: Charlottetown's Ann Thurlow is collecting recipes from cabbage fans far and wide.

wtul_playlist: Just played: Jeremy Thurlow: Magnificat - Edward Wickham: The Choirs of St Catharine's College, Cambridge - Alpha & O: Music for Ad...

CJIsWingingIt: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned; they therefore do as they like." --Edward Thurlow

Karofio: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.- Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806),

GandaKaMarsss: "When I forget my sovereign, may my God forget me." ~ Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow THE ONE AND ONLY JONA ASAPDecemBEST QueenJONA

redhairedclara: The Stain, 1914. Directed by Frank Powell and starring Virginia Pearson, Edward José, Thurlow Bergon, and Creighton Hale. The cast also includes Theda Bara in her screen debut. A print of the movie was discovered in Australia in the 1990s.

JamesBossman8: Thurlow Weed AKA Edward Thurlow Weed Died: 22-Nov-1882 Location of death: New York City Cause of death: unspecified Born: 15-Nov-1797 Birthplace: Cairo, NY Occupation: Journalist, Politician Party: Whig Nationality: United States summary: Newspaperman and Anti-Mason

lilitmarcus: Hereditary peer or Harry Potter character? Alexander Scrymgeour, Valerian Freyburg, Merlin Hay, Godfrey Bewicke-Copley, Rupert Ponsonby, Edward Foljambe, and Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce

edwest: 'Hereditary peer or Harry Potter character? Alexander Scrymgeour, Valerian Freyburg, Merlin Hay, Godfrey Bewicke-Copley, Rupert Ponsonby, Edward Foljambe, and Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce.'

NickBaumann: "In fact, while we’re here, let’s try a quiz: Hereditary peer or Harry Potter character? Alexander Scrymgeour, Valerian Freyburg, Merlin Hay, Godfrey Bewicke-Copley, Rupert Ponsonby, Edward Foljambe, and Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce."

TomMcTague: “Hereditary peer or Harry Potter character? Alexander Scrymgeour, Valerian Freyburg, Godfrey Bewicke-Copley, Rupert Ponsonby, Edward Foljambe, and Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce. Trick question! They are all current members of the House of Lords.”

reedjolson: Edward, Lord Thurlow 1731–1806 Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like. "OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead guilty to federal criminal charges"

RJDoyleSW2: Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow, Lord Chancellor, and noted apologist for slavery is shortly to be written out of Lambeth's electoral geography by renaming of Thurlow Park ward as Rosendale ward. 'Progress of a Lawyer' by Richard Newton, 1795 gets the measure of the man:

ostrichson: "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." - Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow, being a little bit too on the nose to not secretly be a time traveler.

JusAdAmorum: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they, therefore, do as they like. Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

evanepstein: Interesting phrase "companies need to have a soul." Contrast with famous phrase "Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?" by Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731-1806). Corporations have souls now!

Garsen: “Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.” - Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

ChristopherJC87: James Gillray’s “Sin, Death, and the Devil. vide Milton,” published June 9, 1792. Lord Chancellor Edward Thurlow is cast as a heroically-built Satan, Prime Minister William Pitt as an emaciated Death, and Queen Charlotte as a grotesque Sin interposing between the two.

lindaavey: 'Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like.' Edward, First Baron Thurlow (1731–1806), the Lord Chancellor during the impeachment of Warren Hastings

abduljabbark135: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they, therefore, do as they like. Edward, Lord Thurlow 1731–1806 On the third page of "The Anarchy"

MelanieJaxn: May, queen of blossoms, And fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers? --Lord Edward Thurlow

unimatrixzeroo: “Did you ever expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to be kicked?” Edward Thurlow

war_poets: 6 May 1917 Vera Brittain sends a copy of 'In Memoriam' written for Geoffrey Thurlow to her brother Edward. See the letter and poem here

davyay: Ann Thurlow is a PEI treasure.

katemckenna8: Ann Thurlow is a total gem. And cabbage is good!

MelanieJaxn: May! queen of blossoms, And fulfilling flowers, With what pretty music Shall we charm the hours? Wilt thou have pipe and reed, Blown in the open mead? Or to the lute give heed In the green bowers? -Edward Thurlow

war_poets: 30 April 1917 Edward Brittain writes to his sister, Vera, ‘I only heard this morning from Miss Thurlow that Geoffrey was killed in action on April 23rd–a week ago to-day–and I sent you a cable about noon. '

war_poets: 23 April 1917 Geoffrey Thurlow, the last of Edward and Vera Brittain‘s close friends to remain unscathed, is shot and killed by a sniper.

zoomerjd: “Why expect a corporation to have a conscience, when it has no soul to be damned, and no body to hang?“ Edward, First Baron Thurlow 1731-1806 Nationalisation with no stockholder compensation should be an option for judges sentencing a criminal corp. Equivalent of death penalty.

davidfaciane: Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, or souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like. — Edward, Baron Thurlow, Lord Chancellor of England, c.1788.

ham_sculpture: Edward Thurlow (1731-1806), Wedgwood, 18th century



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