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  Early Stuart Libels: Miscellaneous (1628-1640)
Libelling in the 1630s was informed by apparent changes in both literary and political cultures.
Nonetheless, it is almost incontrovertible that poetry of the 1630s, at least as it is represented in verse miscellanies, rarely engaged with politics in the explicit manner that is familiar from a reading of earlier libels.
While it would be a huge overstatement to claim that there was no political conflict in the 1630s, it is less controversial to state that there were far fewer immediate occasions or contexts for libels than in previous decades.
www.earlystuartlibels.net /htdocs/misc_section/R0.html   (915 words)

 Plymouth Colony Grows
The population continued to be predominantly of English origin although there were some colonists from other European countries and, by the 1670s, a few colonists of African origin in Plymouth.
In the 1620s and 1630s groups began to move and found new towns : Duxbury, Marshfield and Scituate to the north, Taunton, Rehoboth and Bridgewater to the west, and Eastham and Barnstable on Cape Cod.
In the 1630s, several thousand Puritans came from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony north of Plymouth Colony and founded Boston.
www.pilgrimhall.org /colgrows.htm   (518 words)

 The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Works of Art: European Paintings
This magnificent portrait of Rubens, his second wife, Helena Fourment, and one of their five children has usually been dated on stylistic grounds to the late 1630s.
Helena became the model and the inspiration for many paintings by Rubens dating from the 1630s, particularly those dealing with themes of ideal beauty or love.
The present composition was considerably revised during execution to shift the emphasis from Rubens, as the dominant half of a courtly couple, to Helena, as ideal wife and mother.
www.metmuseum.org /collections/view1.asp?dep=11&full=0&item=1981.238   (253 words)

 Powell's Books - The New Encyclopedia of American Scandal by George Childs Kohn
It is updated to incorporate the peccadillos of the past decade; and the 455 alphabetical entries add such juicy bits as O.J., the Olympics, Tailhook, the Eric and Lyle Menedez murder trial, and of course Monica.
The coverage extends back to the 1630s, and includes Susan B. Anthony's conviction for felonious voting, Joseph McCarthy, and Charles Ponzi.
Covering people and events from the 1630s to the present day, The New Encyclopedia of American Scandal offers more than 455 A-to-Z entries on such topics as dirty politics, white-collar scams, botched cover-ups, tawdry love affairs, and despicable acts of corruption.
www.powells.com /cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=62-081604225x-3   (208 words)

 Notes on the two John Drakes in New England in the 1630s
Anderson and Richardson, at least, hotly contest the "traditional" conclusion that the John Drake of Tauton, Plymouth/Windsor, CT is the same John Drake who applied to be free in Oct. 1630 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
They assert that there were two John Drakes in New England in the 1630s and that John Drake of Windsor was not the John Drake of Wiscomb and, therefore, was not a member of the Drake family of Ashe.
Because neither of the two approaches discussed immediately above has born fruit, I have — at least temporarily — abandoned my effort to establish the correctness of the traditional link between John Drake of Windsor, CT and the Drakes of Ashe, Musbury parish, co. Devon.
www.xroyvision.com.au /drake/history/hist74.html   (915 words)

 St. Paul's Church, built 1630s, Covent Garden, London, England photo 108888 by John S Murray
St. Paul's Church, built 1630s, Covent Garden, London, England photo 108888 by John S Murray
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Built by Indigo Jones (1573-1652) in 1630s.  London, England.
www.johnsmurray.com /photo108888.html   (93 words)

 faroephoto.com - Night   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Skansin – 209 visningerThe earliest defensive construction was built in Tórshavn at a place called á Ryggi In the 16.
because of a raid on the village of Hvalba (suðuroy) By Turk pirates, the fort was built in the 1630s.
Skansin – 204 visningerThe earliest defensive construction was built in Tórshavn at a place called á Ryggi In the 16.
www.faroephoto.com /gallery/thumbnails.php?album=15   (414 words)

 The Salacious Historian's Lair - Baroque Costumes
Silk bodice/jacket from the 1630s in the VandA museum.
Close-up of the slashing in the ivory silk satin.
Female Period Clothing Early 1630s - 40s
www.kipar.org /baroque-costumes/extant-costumes-female1.html   (104 words)

 Dobsonart - William Dobson 1611-1646
Painted in the late 1630s, and currently in a private collection.
This painting is believed to be Judith Dobson, William's second wife.
Painted sometime in the 1630s and now owned by the Tate Britain, London.
www.freewebs.com /dobsonart/works1630s1642.htm   (126 words)

 The Scarlet Letter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Be sure to include specifics on the authors, the literature, the art and music, and the popular entertainment.
Biographer: This reporter will write a biography on two people who were very influential during the 1630s.
Business, Industry, and Inventions Reporter: This reporter will research the job choices available to the people in the 1630s and the inventions of the times.
members.cox.net /vbryant1/scarlet.htm   (630 words)

 John Milton - Free Online Library
After leaving university, he decided against becoming a priest and spent the next six years at home, writing L'allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas, and pursuing his study of languages.
In the late 1630s he travelled in France and Italy, where he met Hugo Grotius and Galileo Galilei, with whose struggle against censorship he sympathised.
Upon his return to England, the outbreak of civil war put an end to his poetic career for twenty years.
milton.thefreelibrary.com   (450 words)

 Immigrants to the New World
This list includes the ancestors we have record of, who were emigrants from a European land and crossed the Atlantic Ocean to become immigrants into the New World.
father of Rebecka Ayer, grandfather of Mary Aslett, 1654-1747 (probably in the 1630s)
wife of Edmund Ingals, 1595-1648 (probably in the 1630s)
www.milkcanpapers.com /immig.html   (266 words)

 Cote & Cutler Outfitters - Specialty Supplies - Period Patterns
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Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for English-, French- and Dutchwomen's bodices and petticotes (jackets and skirts) with optional stomacher appropriate for the 1630s; and Women’s Common or Middle Class bodice and petticote appropriate for the 1630s through 1660s.
Included are low, open front bodice to be worn with stomacher or closed, high front, boned or stiffened lining, wide or narrow sleeves with optional paning, continguous gored or attached tabbed skirting.
www.coteandcutler.com /specialty/patterns.html   (1491 words)

 1630s BC : 1638 BC
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 Rembrandt Van Rijn : A Study of a Female Nude Seen from the Back, early 1630s : Art Print - SHOP.COM
Rembrandt Van Rijn : A Study of a Female Nude Seen from the Back, early 1630s : Art Print - SHOP.COM
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 Frolic - Armani 1630S - Armani collectibles and gifts
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