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  Index entries of the British Library Manuscripts Catalogue
Warrant to, as Commissioner for passing accompts of the Revenue in Ireland 1677.
Report to Lord Essex on the case of the old farmers of the revenue in Ireland 1677.
Warrant for, to be a King's Counsel in Ireland 1677.
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  Encyclopedia: 1677   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Jacques Cassini (February 8, 1677 - April 18, 1756) was a French astronomer, son of Giovanni Domenico Cassini Cassini was born at the Paris Observatory.
Categories: 1677 February 21 is the 52nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar.
Isaac Barrow Isaac Barrow (1630 - May 4, 1677) was an English divine, scholar and mathematician who is generally given minor credit for his role in the development of modern calculus; in particular, for his work regarding the tangent; for example, Barrow is given credit for being the first to calculate...
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 Index entries of the British Library Manuscripts Catalogue
Warrant for administration of oaths to, as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1677.
Warrant for, to be a privy-councillor of Ireland 1677.
Warrants for a pension to, in Ireland 1676, 1677.
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Adamson [Page 1] RFC 1677 IPng Tactical RF Requirements August 1994 Background This paper describes requirements for Internet Protocol next generation (IPng) candidates with respect to their application to military tactical radio frequency (RF) communication networks.
While source routing provided a possible means for voice datagrams to find their way from router to router, the network address alone was not explicit enough to direct the data to the correct interface, particularly in cases where there were multiple communication media interconnecting two routers along the path.
Adamson [Page 8] RFC 1677 IPng Tactical RF Requirements August 1994 It is also important to recognize that RF communication cannot be viewed from the IPng designer as simple point-to-point links.
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 RFC 1677 (rfc1677) - Tactical Radio Frequency Communication Requirements f
RFC 1677 (rfc1677) - Tactical Radio Frequency Communication Requirements f
RFC 1677 - Tactical Radio Frequency Communication Requirements for IPng
Network Working Group B. Adamson Request for Comments: 1677 Naval Research Laboratory Category: Informational August 1994 Tactical Radio Frequency Communication Requirements for IPng Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
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 1677/89 London Baptist Confession of Faith | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
All the old english and even misspelled words have been retainined in an attempt to produce a near facimile to the original text.
Although the Confession was published in 1677, it was done so anonymously due to the persecution of the times.
It was not until 1689, after the “Glorious Revolution” under William and Mary of Orange that this Confession was published with the names of the subscribers and the churches they represented attached and has become known as the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith or the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith.
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 Aert Van Der Neer (1603 - 1677) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
From 1659 to 1662, Van der Neer owned a tavern and then went bankrupt not long after, reaping little value from his assets.
Despite financial stress, he continued to paint until his death in 1677.
He never received much attention for his work during his lifetime but was discovered by scholars later for his use of space and atmosphere.
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