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Fanning, David

David Fanning, c.1755–1825, American Loyalist in the American Revolution, b. Amelia co., Va. He led raids on the colonials in the Carolinas and wrote (1790) an account of his adventures in The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning, first published in 1861. He later served (1791–1801) in the provincial parliament of New Brunswick, Canada.

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Rendall, David

Rendall, David (b London, 1948). Eng. tenor. Début, GTO 1975 (Ferrando in Così fan tutte). CG 1975; Glyndebourne 1976; ENO 1976–92; NY City Opera 1978; S. Francisco 1978; NY Met 1980.

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