- Arthur. Wellington, 1st Duke of.
- his brotherRobert Col·ley [kol-ee] /ˈkɒl i/, 1st Marquis,1760–1842, British statesman and administrator, born in Ireland: governor general of India 1797–1805.
- a city in E Massachusetts, near Boston.
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Contemporary Examples of wellesley
If Wellesley girls do one thing, it's their homework, as the senators who were her colleagues know very well.That Emotional Hillary
January 24, 2013
She was the girl to impress at Wellesley—and we were all in awe of her.
I first met Nora when we were both students at Wellesley College, where she memorably gave the commencement address in 1996.
She attended Wellesley College, and became a summer intern in the Kennedy White House.Nora Ephron, Dead at 71, Remembered for Wit and Wisdom
June 27, 2012
Secretary Clinton was born in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College and Yale Law School.2012 Summit: Who's On Stage
March 6, 2012
Historical Examples of wellesley
He wondered how she might look after three years at Wellesley.Chit-Chat; Nirvana; The Searchlight
Mathew Joseph Holt
What a contrast to this did the bust of the Marquis of Wellesley, by Nollekens, present.
I return you Wellesley's letter, with which I am much pleased.
We have begun on Wellesley's plan, but as yet made no progress.
When asked why I would not go to Wellesley, I replied that there were only girls there.Story of My Life
- Arthur. See (1st Duke of) Wellington 2
- his brother, Richard Colley, Marquis Wellesley. 1760–1842, British administrator. As governor general of Bengal (1797–1805) he consolidated British power in India