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The Volvo Ocean Race began in 1973, known then as the Whitbread.
Norman Lebrecht won the Whitbread First Novel Award for The Song of Names.
Johnston won the Whitbread for The Old Jest and her Shadows on Our Skin was short-listed for the Booker.
It did, however, win the Costa Book of the Year, formerly the Whitbread.
Samuel Whitbread, member of the British parliament and one of the most extensive brewers in the world, died by his own hand.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Mr. Whitbread remonstrated, and at last the princess consented to write, and ask an audience.
As a man of firm principles, Mr. Whitbread was justly entitled to the praise of his countrymen.
In December 1795 Whitbread introduced a bill providing that the justices of the peace should fix a minimum rate of wages.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
Mr. Whitbread, one of Sheridans creditors, gave the figure to the theatre.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury