John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, PC, FRS (13 November 1718 – 30 April
1792) was a ... and Secretary of State for the Northern Department, but is perhaps
best known for the claim that he was...
Before you take a bite out of your sandwich, have you ever wondered who
invented it? In this article by HowStuffWorks.com they answer the question: Who
Sadly, the name of real inventor of the sandwich (be it inventive cook or the
creative consumer) was not recorded ...
Invented the Sandwich. After Montagu separated from his mentally ill wife, his
reputation was sullied. A story was spread in Grosley's Tour of London that a ...
Jul 18, 2014 ... Would you believe that Americans eat more than 300 million sandwiches a day?
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Jan 18, 2010 ... Sesame Street - The Invention of the Sandwich ... are named after John Montagu,
the Earl of Sandwich, they weren't invented by him.
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Aug 9, 2013 ... Earl of Sandwich is a 17th-century title in the Peerage of England, nominally
associated with Sandwich, Kent. It was created in 1660 for the ...
The word sandwich that we use today was born in London during the very late
hours one night in 1762 when an English nobleman, John Montagu (1718-1792),
British first lord of the Admiralty during the American Revolution (1776–81) and
the man for whom the sandwich was named. Having succeeded his grandfather,
He was also a keen gambler who was said to have invented the sandwich
because he couldn't bear to leave the gaming table to have a proper meal.