[Bell Historians] Method name

John Camp camp at KkBXGl4tRPG_g4NT4zKqR6-WzOPZxvimfLndxBSk2MZXNGCzl-ml8adSfzfVsKJIl54D8Wz7dQ0-zXZYPFE.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 20 22:04:35 GMT 2011

At 21:11 on 20 January 2011, petewilkinson298 at 7m85ZKMaV0mldWmPL9stPlUgXQwpyIdHm5GsmATVdJf50m0GhCuvdKZioBeFWuNXkt0qqSnWnzWDN-kXWxgtA95fJvaEWmsB.yahoo.invalid wrote:
> Why Primrose?  Primrose Day is 19th April being the anniversary of the
> death of Benjamin Disraeli (1st Earl of Beaconsfield) in 1881.  The
> Primrose was his favourite flower and Queen Victoria often sent him
> bunches of Primroses and sent a wreath of them to his funeral.  ...
> Perhaps this is the reason?

Quite likely.  But note also that Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery,
was Prime Minister from 1894 to 1895.  The Primrose League (which
supported Conservative principles and was not wound up until 2004) was
named after him.

John Camp


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