Toulouse 1814 order of battle The Battle of Toulouse saw a French army led by Marshal Nicolas Soult defend the city of Toulouse against the Marquess of Wellington's British and Spanish army. The fighting took place on 10 April 1814 and Soult evacuated the city late in the evening of 11 April after suffering defeat. Allied casualties in the bitter fighting exceeded French losses by more than a thousand. Official news of the end of the war did not reach Wellington until the afternoon of 12 April. Gen = General Lt Gen = Lieutenant-General Maj Gen = Major-General GD = général de division Brig Gen = Brigadier-General GB = général de brigade Col = Colonel Lt Col = Lieutenant Colonel Maj = Major Capt = Captain Lt = Lieutenant = wounded = mortally wounded = killed in action = captured Commander-in-Chief: Field Marshal the Marquess of WellingtonCavalry Commander: Lt Gen Stapleton Cotton Quartermaster-General: Maj Gen Sir George Murray Adjutant-General: Maj Gen the Hon Edward Pakenham Military Secretary: Capt Lord FitzRoy Somerset Commander, Royal Artillery: brevet Lt Col Alexander Dickson Commander, Royal Engineers: Lt Col Howard Elphinstone Army total: 48,765 Gen Manuel Freire Lt Gen Sir Rowland Hill Marshal William Beresford Commander-in-Chief: Marshal SoultArmy total: 38,843 Chandler, David.
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UFC Fight Night: Poirier vs. Pettis was a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship held on November 11, 2017, at Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, Virginia; the event marked the first time. A lightweight bout between Dustin Poirier and former WEC and UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony Pettis served as the event headliner. A light heavyweight bout between Jared Cannonier and Antônio Rogério Nogueira was linked to serve as the co-headliner at this event; the fight was rescheduled to take place a month at UFC on Fox: Lawler vs. dos Anjos. At the weigh ins, Matthew Lopez weighed in at 138.5 pounds, 2.5 pounds over the bantamweight upper limit of 136 pounds. The bout proceeded at Lopez forfeited 20 % of his purse to Raphael Assunção; the following fighters were awarded $50,000 bonuses: Fight of the Night: Dustin Poirier vs. Anthony Pettis Performance of the Night: Matt Brown and Raphael Assunção The following is the reported payout to the fighters as reported to the Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation.
It does not include sponsor money or "locker room" bonuses given by the UFC and do not include the UFC's traditional "fight night" bonuses. The total disclosed payout for the event was $1,935,600. Dustin Poirier: $130,000 def. Anthony Pettis: $135,000 Matt Brown: $150,000 def. Diego Sanchez: $95,000 Andrei Arlovski: $250,000 def. Júnior Albini: $12,000 Cezar Ferreira: $78,000 def. Nate Marquardt: $68,000 Raphael Assunção: $113,600 def. Matthew Lopez: $26,400 ^ Clay Guida: $114,000 def. Joe Lauzon: $62,000 Marlon Moraes: $140,000 def. John Dodson: $41,000 Tatiana Suarez: $50,000 def. Viviane Pereira: $14,000 Sage Northcutt: $120,000 def. Michel Quiñones: $10,000 Nina Ansaroff: $36,000 def. Angela Hill: $21,000 Sean Strickland: $64,000 def. Court McGee: $35,000 Jake Collier: $36,000 def. Marcel Fortuna: $14,000 Karl Roberson: $20,000 def. Darren Stewart: $10,000^ Although not included on the initial report, Matthew Lopez was fined 20 percent of his purse for failing to make the required weight for his fight with Raphael Assunção.
"Hunting" is the seventh episode of the second season of House, twenty-ninth overall. It premiered on Fox on November 22, 2005, was written by Liz Friedman and directed by Gloria Muzio. House is confronted by a homosexual man who demands treatment when other doctors diagnose him with AIDS, something he admits he does have. House begins making moves on Stacy using sensitive information on her relationship with Mark. Wilson picks up House. Wilson is not pleased when he finds out Stacy and Mark are not having sex despite his recovered status; as they head out they run into Kalvin Ryan, who wants House to treat him. House concludes his health problems stem from AIDS, but Kalvin claims that tests show that AIDS is not causing the new symptoms. After a brief struggle, Kalvin passes out into anaphylactic shock. Cuddy insists House meets with Stacy in case Kalvin files a lawsuit, they spar at Stacy's house as she reveals she has a rat, they share a moment before Mark interrupts upset. House accepts the case but is bored until they figure out Kalvin is showing all the signs of fighting back against the AIDS but is still getting worse.
House suspects the strength of Kalvin's immune system fighting back is causing his new symptoms, orders more tests. House prepares to kill Stacy's rat so he can get her to reveal his feelings and get her fired, but notices its odd behavior. While Kalvin flirts with Chase and Stacy head up to Stacy's attic to find the rat and share another moment, but they're interrupted by the staff calling him and updating him. House prescribes some treatments but is more concerned with killing the rat he just spotted. Kalvin's tox screen shows recreational drugs and it's clear he's not too concerned with maintaining his health, he starts to cough and bleed, spewing blood into Cameron's face. Cameron is given treatment for the possibility of HIV while House considers the new symptom, a ruptured blood vessel in the lung. Cameron comes in determined to keep on working, gives her theory that Kalvin's rec drugs are contaminated. While she and Chase go off to check Kalvin's apartment, House runs the rat's odd behavior past Foreman to get a diagnosis.
Cameron mentions that legal might check her out for HIV testing and treatment and accuse her of using drugs to get out of paying her bills. They find Kalvin's photos of broken 1930s fluorescents that contained beryllium, which can inflame the lungs and inhibit breathing. House orders Cameron to get a lung biopsy from Kalvin. Kalvin reveals to her that he brought his drugs in to the hospital and insists she should show some reaction rather than sympathize with him. Back at Stacy's, House breaks in and when Stacy shows up, informs her that the rat has a tumor that might be caused by something in the house; when Mark calls, House takes off, but not before putting up the toilet seat to make Stacy believe that Mark left it up, one of Stacy's pet peeves that House learned from her psych file. Kalvin goes into respiratory distress as he bleeds into his pericardial space, asks them to tell his father he's sorry, they find nothing in the cavity and Foreman believes he has a tumor on the heart. CT confirms his diagnosis but Cameron believes it may be a non-lethal mass and House lets her conduct the test to confirm.
He wonders why Kalvin would be apologizing to his father, when his father threw Kalvin out. As Cameron conducts her test and reveals she hid his drugs, Kalvin suggests that HIV might loosen her up since she no longer has to play by the rules. House heads off to Stacy's to confirm that she has not told Mark that House is with her, the two of them wait for the rat to come out to take the antibiotics in the bait, he reveals the rat's urine shows signs that someone in the house is smoking – Stacy has been doing it secretly and started two weeks after House's surgery. They share yet another moment over her misery over his pain and how she caused his pain, they start to consider a kiss when the rat sets off the trap. Chase goes to visit Cameron who starts kissing him. She's high on Kalvin's drugs and the two have sex; the next day Cameron shows up for work as House arrives with his rat and figures out she was using. They end up at Kalvin's room to find his father Michael has arrived and they're having a fight.
House pokes away at. The staff check over the new information – Kalvin lied and his mother died because she needed a kidney and he was the only donor, but had HIV, it soon becomes clear to everyone Cameron and Chase slept together, the tests show that Kalvin has terminal cancer with no chance of a cure, they prepare to pinpoint its location with a biopsy. Chase helps Cameron with her symptoms and admits they might have a problem with their continuing relationship. House and Wilson discuss the rat, on two weeks of antibiotics, House remembers the fact that Kalvin's dad was sweating and they're from Montana. House cancels the biopsy and concludes Kalvin's illness is caused by Echinococcosis, a parasite native to Montana that infests foxes – Kalvin and Michael hunted in Montana; the parasites can stay in a host body for decades, causing cysts, House has figured Michael has cysts in his liver. A blood test for Michael will confirm House's diagnosis and Michael is upset that Kalvin killed his mother.
House aggravates both of them by accusing Kalvin's mother of killing herself. Michael takes a swing at him and House cold cocks him in the gut, initiating anaphylactic shock and confirming his diagnosis the hard way. Father and son have the cysts and parasites removed. House i
Leonard Gordon Goodman is an English professional ballroom dancer, dance judge, coach. He has appeared as head judge on the television dance programmes Strictly Come Dancing, a programme where various celebrities compete for the glitter ball trophy, from its beginning in 2004 until 2016 and Dancing with the Stars since 2005, he runs a ballroom dance school in Dartford, Kent. Goodman was born in London, his birth was registered in Bromley, the son of Leonard Gordon Goodman, an electrician, Louisa Adelaide. One of his maternal great-great-grandfathers was a Polish immigrant. Goodman moved to Blackfen when he was six years old and attended Westwood Secondary Modern School, where he was a member of the cricket team. Goodman started dancing at the age of 19, after a short time as an apprentice welder for Harland and Wolff in Woolwich. Goodman turned professional, won various competitions, retired from dancing after winning the British Championships at Blackpool in his late twenties. Goodman is a recipient of the Carl Alan Award, in recognition of outstanding contributions to dance and, in 2006 and 2007, a show in which he appeared was nominated for the Emmy Award in the Outstanding Reality/Competition Program category.
Since Strictly Come Dancing began in the UK in 2004, Goodman has appeared as head judge on the dance competition for BBC One, in all series of the show until the 2016 series, Goodman appeared on the panel with Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood. However, in July 2016, Goodman announced he would be leaving the show at the end of that year's series, his final appearance was on the Christmas Day Special. On 9 May 2017, it was announced. Goodman has been the head judge on Strictly Come Dancing's American adaptation, Dancing with the Stars, appearing in all seasons of the program since 2005 with Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, since 2014, Julianne Hough, he returned the following season. From 30 March to 9 April 2012, Goodman hosted a three-part BBC One documentary, broadcast in the United States by PBS for the 100th anniversary of the voyage and sinking of the RMS Titanic, it capitalised on his experience as a welder at Wolff. Goodman interviewed descendants of survivors and introduced viewers to memorials and significant sites in the United Kingdom.
In 2005, he voiced Professor in the five-time winning Emmy award children's program, Auto-B-Good. In 2013, Goodman presented the BBC Four programme Len Goodman's Dance Band Days, he hosted Len Goodman's Perfect Christmas on Boxing Day on BBC One. In August 2014, Goodman was one of a number of well known faces taking part in ITV's two-part documentary series Secrets from the Clink. In November and December 2013, Goodman and Lucy Worsley presented the BBC Four three-part show Dancing Cheek to Cheek. In October 2014, Goodman hosted; the show returned for a second series in February 2016, where he was featured with Dan Walker, Carol Kirkwood, many more In November 2015, Len and chef Ainsley Harriott presented the BBC show Len and Ainsley's Big Food Adventure, a 10-part series exploring world cuisine in England and Wales. In 2017, Goodman presented a family game show called Partners in Rhyme, based on Matt Edmondson's game, Obama Llama. Between 2013 and 2018, Goodman presented a Sunday evening music show on BBC Radio 2 during Paul O'Grady's weeks off.
Goodman played music that he grew up with of an easy nature together with spoken memories of his young life and family. In 2006, he appeared on an all singing/dancing version of The Weakest Link and beat Stacey Haynes in the final to win the prize money of £8050 for charity. Goodman married his dancing partner Cherry Kingston but they were divorced, he had a long-term relationship with a woman named Lesley who, he wrote, "decided to give up nursing and live with me and help me run the dance school –, great, because she was full of ideas. Things rolled, she was pregnant!" Goodman was 36 at this time. Lesley, he wrote, was the ex-wife of "a bloke called Wilf Pine who had managed the band Black Sabbath. Lesley and Wilf got married in Connecticut...."Goodman and Lesley's son, James William Goodman, was born 26 January 1981, but at the age of 12 moved with his mother back to her native Isle of Wight after Lesley and Goodman broke up. As of 2012, James teaches Latin and ballroom dancing at his father's Goodman Dance Centre.
On 30 December 2012, Goodman married his companion of over ten years, Sue Barrett, a 47-year-old dance teacher, in a small ceremony at a London dining club Mosimann's. Goodman is a West Ham United fan and was featured on the BBC football show Football Focus on 26 September 2009, he is a keen cricket fan, and, in 2009, took part in a celebrity Ashes cricket game. Goodman was diagnosed with prostate cancer in March 2009, treated surgically at a London hospital. In October 2011, Goodman appeared on the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are?, in which he discovered that one of his maternal ancestors was a silk-weaver who died a pauper in the Bethnal Green workhouse. Goodman's great great grandfather, Josef/Joseph Sosnowski, came from Poland, where he fought in the anti-tsarist November uprising for which he was awarded Virtuti Militari, Poland's highest military decoration for heroism and courage. After finding out about his ancestry, Goodman said: "I feel no different, I look no different, I am no different and yet I’m not what I thought I was.
William Henry Leigh, 2nd Baron Leigh, was a British politician. He was the eldest of three sons born to Chandos Leigh, 1st Baron Leigh and his wife Margarette Willes. Educated at Harrow School and Trinity College Cambridge, he married Lady Caroline Amelia Grosvenor, daughter of Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, on 22 August 1848 and they had seven children: Margaret Elizabeth Leigh, married Victor Albert George Child-Villiers, 7th Earl of Jersey Gilbert Henry Chandos Leigh Agnes Eleanor Leigh Francis Dudley Leigh Rupert Leigh, army officer Rowland Charles Frederick Leigh, barrister Mary Cordelia Emily Leigh William succeeded his father as Baron Leigh on his death in 27 September 1850, he was Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire from 1856 until his death and was made a colonel in the 3rd Battalion of the local regiment, the Warwickshire Regiment. He was High Steward of Sutton Coldfield from 1859 until 1892, when the stewardship lapsed after a new charter was issued for the borough, but was reappointed in September 1902.
He held office as a Justice of the Peace for Gloucestershire. He donated the land for the construction of Holborn in central London, he was a Privy Councillor from 1895 onwards, the same year as he unsuccessfully stood as MP for the constituency of North Warwickshire in the general election that year. William was succeeded after his eldest son Gilbert's early death. Lord Leigh was the first Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons, serving from 1856 to 1860, he was for more than 50 years Provincial Grand Master for the Freemasons of Warwickshire. Http://www.thepeerage.com/p1243.htm#i12430 https://www.geni.com/people/William-Leigh/6000000004956760654 http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/person/mp57817/william-henry-leigh-2nd-baron-leigh http://www.the-eastern-window.com/EWcdv45.html