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Lord Amwell (Oct 8, 1876 - Oct 15, 1966) born Frederick Montague.
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'''Lord Amwell''' (October 8, 1876 - October 15, 1966), born Frederick Montague, was a British amateur magician, who was a member of the British Parliament.
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British amateur magician, who was a member of the British Parliament, noted for inventing the [[bluff pass]] and the handkerchief [[force]]Also a frequent contributor to [[Abra]] Magazine.
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== Biography ==
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Amwell was the son of John Montague and Mary Ann Manderson. He worked as a newsboy and as a shop assistant and later became a copywriter and political agent. He served in the First World War, achieving the rank of Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment. After the war he was an Alderman of the Islington Council between 1919 and 1925In 1923 Amwell was elected to the House of Commons for Islington West, a seat he held until 1931 and again from 1935 to 1947.  
  
Amwell was the son of John Montague and Mary Ann Manderson. He worked as a newsboy and as a shop assistant and later became a copywriter and political agent. He served in the First World War, achieving the rank of Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment. After the war he was an Alderman of the Islington Council between 1919 and 1925.
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Amwell is noted for developing the [[Bluff Pass]] and [[Handkerchief Force]]. He was also a frequent contributor to [[Abra]] Magazine.
 
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In 1923 Amwell was elected to the House of Commons for Islington West, a seat he held until 1931 and again from 1935 to 1947.  
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==Published Effects==
 
==Published Effects==
*One Come - To'Other Go: a rope is tied into a circle and a new knot is made in the rope. The rope is then cut into two, and the remaining knot dissolves, restoring the rope to a single piece.
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* One Come - To'Other Go: a rope is tied into a circle and a new knot is made in the rope. The rope is then cut into two, and the remaining knot dissolves, restoring the rope to a single piece.
  
 
== Books ==
 
== Books ==
 
 
* [[Westminster Wizardry]] by [[Frederick Montague]], edited by [[Will Goldston]] (1928)
 
* [[Westminster Wizardry]] by [[Frederick Montague]], edited by [[Will Goldston]] (1928)
  
  
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Revision as of 08:25, 2 March 2012

Lord Amwell (October 8, 1876 - October 15, 1966), born Frederick Montague, was a British amateur magician, who was a member of the British Parliament.

Lord Amwell
BornFrederick Montague
October 08, 1876
England
DiedOctober 15, 1966 (age 90)

Biography

Amwell was the son of John Montague and Mary Ann Manderson. He worked as a newsboy and as a shop assistant and later became a copywriter and political agent. He served in the First World War, achieving the rank of Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment. After the war he was an Alderman of the Islington Council between 1919 and 1925. In 1923 Amwell was elected to the House of Commons for Islington West, a seat he held until 1931 and again from 1935 to 1947.

Amwell is noted for developing the Bluff Pass and Handkerchief Force. He was also a frequent contributor to Abra Magazine.

Published Effects

  • One Come - To'Other Go: a rope is tied into a circle and a new knot is made in the rope. The rope is then cut into two, and the remaining knot dissolves, restoring the rope to a single piece.

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