- Charles,1798–1877, U.S. rear admiral and explorer.
- John,1727–97, English political leader and journalist.
- Maurice,1913–2010, English computer scientist.
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Wilkes' Spirit of the Times is unrelenting in its haughty independence.Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863
He was a publican, who lived in Brown's Square and had been a friend of the soldier Wilkes.The Christian
I will instruct Wilkes on my way out, that you are to be at home to no one.The Crevice</p>
William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander
Here is a picture of English politics in the time of Wilkes.Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)
The characteristic speeches of Wilkes and Junius he thought most admirable.The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 4
- Charles. 1798–1877, US explorer of Antarctica
- John. 1727–97, English politician, who was expelled from the House of Commons and outlawed for writing scurrilous articles about the government. He became a champion of parliamentary reform
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