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Question 1: ________ Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury was president of this society.
Church's Ministry Among Jewish PeopleAnglicanismAnglican Bishop in JerusalemChristian Zionism

Question 2: Archival material relating to Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury listed at the UK ________
Judicial Appointments CommissionMinistry of Justice (United Kingdom)The National ArchivesLord Chancellor

Question 3: His granddaughter was Hon. Edwina Ashley, later Lady Mountbatten (________-1960), whose two daughters Patricia, Countess Mountbatten of Burma and Lady Pamela Hicks are still living today.
1901March 41900January 1

Question 4: This is officially titled ________, but has become popularly, if mistakenly, known as Eros.
LondonWest End of LondonPiccadilly CircusSoho

Question 5: One of his chief interests was the welfare of children, and he was chairman of the Ragged Schools Union and a keen supporter of ________.
IstanbulMary SeacoleFlorence NightingaleCrimean War

Question 6: Lady Mary Charlotte Ashley-Cooper, second daughter (25 July 1842[15] - 3 September ________[16].
March 418611948November 1

Question 7:
The lead-up to the ________ (1854), like the military expansionism of Muhammad Ali two decades earlier, signaled an opening for realignments in the Near East.
Crimean WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)Russian Civil WarGreat Northern War

Question 8: Muhammad Ali’s conquest of ________ (1831) changed the conditions under which European power politics operated in the Near East.
Palestinian territoriesCanaanGreater SyriaUmayyad Caliphate

Question 9: Born in London, he was educated at Harrow School and ________.
Oriel College, OxfordJesus College, OxfordChrist Church, OxfordMerton College, Oxford

Question 10: He was largely responsible for the ________ of 1847 and 1853, as well as the Coal Mines Act of 1842 and the Lunacy Act 1845.
Factory ActsStatutory Instrument (UK)Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974Factories Act 1961







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