Arthur Hugh Clough

Poet

Arthur Hugh Clough was born in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom on January 1st, 1819 and is the Poet. At the age of 42, Arthur Hugh Clough biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 1, 1819
Nationality
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Place of Birth
Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
Death Date
Nov 13, 1861 (age 42)
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Profession
Poet, Writer
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Education
Balliol College, Oxford
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Spouse(s)
Blanche Mary Shore Smith
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Arthur Hugh Clough Life

├Ąter 18601) Arthur Hugh Clough (KLUF) was an English poet, an educator, and Florence Nightingale's loyal assistant.

He was the uncle of suffragist Anne Clough and father to Blanche Athena Clough, who both became principals of Newnham College, Cambridge.

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Where was the first national marathon held in the United Kingdom?

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 18, 2024
The Polytechnic Marathon, commonly known as the Poly, took place in the United Kingdom's first annual marathon between 1909 and 1996. It was originally run over a route of 26 miles and 385 yards, but it was later approved as the global standard. The Poly had its roots in the 1908 Summer Olympics, which were held in London. The marathon's organisation had been left in the care of The Polytechnic Harriers, the athletics club of The Regent Street Polytechnic, which is now the University of Westminster. No set distance for the marathon had existed in those days; it was simply a very long run, about 25 miles in length. The Polytechnic Harriers selected Windsor Castle's entrance as the starting point, with the finish line in front of the royal box at White City Stadium. The distance was estimated to be 26 miles, 385 yards, which was later adopted as the international standard in 1924.