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XIX Names

XIX Names from GPB

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Abdu'l-Bahá's "royal adversary"
'Abbás Hilmí Páshá II
Khedive of Egypt
Lord Kitchener
Consul-General, administrator of Egypt
Shaykh Muhammad Bakhit
Mufti of Egypt
Shaykh Muhammad Rashíd
Khedive's Ímám
Reverend R.J. Campbell
Pastor of City Temple, London
Reverend Albert Basil Orme Wilberforce
Archdeacon of Westminster
Lord Mayor of London
Invited 'Abdu'l-Bahá for breakfast in London
Dr. Thomas Kelly Cheyne
English divine and Biblical critic who hosted Abdu'l-Baha in his home
Prof. Michael Sadler
British historian, educationalist and champion of the public school system
Lord Lamington
Governor of Queensland remembered by the sponge cake named after him.
Sir Richard Stapley
He was knighted in 1908 for services to the Liberal Party, founder of an educational trust
Husayn Mírzá, Jalálu'd-Dawlih
Son of the Zillu's-Sultán - fell prostrate at Abdu'l-Baha's feet, profuse in apologies
Sir Ameer Ali
Late Maharaja of Jalawar? Wrote "The Spirit of Islam"
Margaret, Lady Brooke
Ranee of Sarawak. Legendary during her lifetime as a woman of strength and intelligence, as well as her extraordinary circumstance as Eurasian royalty.
Princess Karadja
Author of "Towards the Light: A Mystic Poem"
Lady Glencomer
Sister of Lady Wemyss
Miss Constance Maud
London suffragette wrote the call to arms "no surrender"
Prof. E. G. Browne
British orientalist who wrote "A Year Among the Persians"
Prof. Patrick Geddes
Scottish biologist, geographer, philanthropist and pioneering town planner
Mr. Albert Dawson
Editor of the Christian Commonwealth
Mr. David Graham Pole
British Labour Party politician who served as Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire
Mrs. Annie Besant
Prominent British Theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self rule
Mrs. Pankhurst
British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement
Mr. Stead
One of the early pioneers of investigative journalism who met Abdu'l-Baha in London
Lady Blomfield
During the visit of 'Abdu'l-Baha to Paris, she took copious notes of His public meetings which were used in preparing the volume called "Paris Talks"
Eldest son of Nasirid-Din Shah. Governor of Isfahan during martyrdom of the 'King of the Martyrs' and 'Beloved of the Martyrs'.
Rashíd Páshá
Ex-valí of Beirut
Viscount Minoji Arakawa
Japanese Ambassador to the Court of Spain
Prof. Christale
President of the Esperantists of Europe
Prof. Arminius Vambery
Eminent Hungarian orientalist and traveler. By the age of sixteen, he had a good knowledge of Hungarian, Latin, French, and German
Prof. Julius Germanus
Head of deputation of Young Turks
Dr. Rusztem Vambery
Son of famous hungarian orientalist. He was the Hungarian ambassador to the U.S. in 1947
Count Albert Apponyi
A distinguished Hungarian nobleman and politician from an ancient noble family dating back to the 13th century
Prelate Alexander Giesswein
Member of the. Hungarian Parliament and participant in the Lake Mohonk conference
Prof. Ignatius Goldziher
The Orientalist of world-wide renown, the greatest authority of his time on Islamic culture
Prof. Robert A. Nadler
Famous Budapest painter leader of Hungarian Theosophical Society
Thornton Chase
"first American believer", first to embrace Cause in Western world
Dr. David Starr Jordan
He was president of Indiana University and Stanford University. Director of the Sierra Club. Best known for being a peace activist
Rabbi Stephen Wise
Austro-Hungarian-born American Reform rabbi and Zionist leader
Rabbi Joseph L. Levy
Recognized as the "bright light of Judaism"
Rabbi Abram Simon
President of both the Board of Education in Washington as well as the Conference of Christians and Jews
Alexander Graham Bell
Credited with inventing the first practical telephone
Rabindranath Tagore
Indian Bengali polymath who reshaped his region's literature and music
Hon. Franklin K. Lane
United States Secretary of the Interior from 1913
Mr. William Jennings Bryan
Dominant force in the liberal wing of the Democratic Party
Andrew Carnegie
Scottish-American industrialist ed the expansion of the US steel industry
Hon. Franklin MacVeagh
President Taft asked him to be Secretary of Treasury in 1909
Lee McClung
American football player, later the 22nd Treasurer of the United States
Mr. Roosevelt
Founder of the short-lived Progressive ("Bull Moose") Party of 1912
Admiral Richard Wainwright
Officer in the United States Navy during the Spanish-American War
Admiral Peary
Explorer who led the first expedition to reach the North Pole
Yúsúf Díyá Páshá
Turkish Ambassador to Washington
Hon. William Sulzer
Governor of New York and a long-serving congressman
Prince Muhammad-'Alí
The Khedive of Egypt's brother
Rabbi Dr. Martin A. Meyer
Invited 'Abdu'l-Bahá to speak at the Saturday morning service at Temple Emanu-El, October 12, 1912
Prof. William Jackson
Veteran American orientalist of Columbia University, a scholar of high renown