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  Cognitronics - McIAS 1685 Voice Processing System   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The McIAS 1685 is the ideal entry level network voice announcement product where only basic POTS network messages are required.
But the 1685 can do more, allowing users to also record custom messages for extended network applications like Centrex or call forwarding.
The 1685 supports eight analog voice ports and has ample disk storage space for changed number databases and voice messages and systems files.
www.cognitronics.com /products/mcias1685.html   (139 words)

  
 Golden Spike Senate Hearing S. 1685   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
We support the concepts presented in S. 1685, except that we believe that designation of a heritage area is premature.
We believe that it would be premature to designate a national heritage area now, as S. 1685 would do within one area in Ogden, because there has not yet been a study of the suitability of such a designation.
We object to the authority in section 5(c)(1) of S. 1685 for the management entity to use Federal funds to make loans to various entities.
www.nps.gov /legal/testimony/106th/golspik5.htm   (1019 words)

  
 Versailles 1685 for PC Review - PC Versailles 1685 Review
Versailles 1685 would be at its best teaching 9- to 13- year-olds a little French history.
Cryo Interactive's Versailles 1685 is essentially a series of history lessons about the court of Louis XIV, strung together with a simple plot line and even simpler puzzles.
Your first-person perspective is that of Lalande, a valet of the bedchamber who's assigned by his boss, the first valet, to discover who's behind a series of threatening notes found around the palace.
www.gamespot.com /pc/adventure/versailles1685/review.html   (486 words)

  
 Modern History Sourcebook: Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, October 22, 1685
Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, October 22, 1685
It is our will and intention that the declarations rendered against the relapsed shall be executed according to their form and tenor.
Given at Fontainebleau in the month of October, in the year of grace 1685, and of our reign the forty-third.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/1685revocation.html   (398 words)

  
 BBC - History - James VII and II and the Monmouth rising 1685 - 1688   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The second son of Charles I, James VII (0f Scotland) and II (Of England, 1685-88) became a Catholic in 1671, leading to the first attempts to exclude him from succession.
In 1685, Monmouth's rebellion - a Protestant rising against James - was crushed at Sedgemoor in Somerset.
Despite James becoming king in 1685, the Whigs continued to exclude him, and in 1688, seven Whig and Tory peers invited William of Orange to 'defend the liberties of England'.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/timelines/britain/stu_james_mon.shtml   (252 words)

  
 MS. Carte Calendar 61
Transmits, in pursuance of their Lordships' Warrant of 25 April, 1685, a fiant containing his Majesty's presentation of Ulysses Burgh, D.D., to the deanery of the Cathedral Church of St Albin, alias St Alebins, in the diocese of Emly, united to the diocese of Cashel.
Transmits, in pursuance of their Lordships' Warrant of May 8th, 1685, a fiant containing his Majesty's grant to the Earl of Longford, and others, his Commissioners for managing his Revenue of Ireland, empowering them to issue Warrants for payment of salaries to officers of the Customs, andc., and for rewards of service, andc.
Transmits, in pursuance of their Lordships' Warrant of 19th May, 1685, a fiant containing a grant and release to Walter Nangle, esquire, of the manor, town, and lands of Kildalkey, alias Nanglescourt, in the county of Meath.
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk /dept/scwmss/projects/carte/carte61.html   (8574 words)

  
 RFC 1685 (rfc1685)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
If this sequence is incompatible with normal cultural conventions, an alternative sequence may be adopted for representations of addresses which are primarily intended for use within that culture.
RARE Working Group on Mail and Messaging (WG-MSG) [Page 4] RFC 1685 Writing X.400 O/R Names August 1994 EXAMPLE X.400: G=john; S=smith; O=a bank ltd; P=abl; A=snomail; C=aq This address may also be layed out as a table: G John S Smith O A Bank Ltd P ABL A Snomail C AQ Table F.1.
If any other type of interface is provided (e.g., a prompting or form-fill interface), it is necessary to provide a means which enables the user to easily associate the identity of each attribute with the labels specified in Tables F.1, F.2 and F.3.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1685.html   (2131 words)

  
 Versailles 1685 review
More than a standard tour, Versailles 1685 is a total immersion in a fascinatingly luxurious time and place.
First and foremost, the entire game is a feast for the eyes -- room after room with every surface from floor to ceiling filled with extravagant details.
Versailles 1685 allows you to observe court intrigues, to banter with famous artists, converse with princes, and snicker at the folly of kings.
www.gameboomers.com /reviews/Vv/Versailles1685bybecky.htm   (436 words)

  
 AVault | PC | Versailles 1685 Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Versailles 1685 is a mystery/adventure game from Cryo and Interplay where you must uncover a plot to destroy Versailles.
As Lalande, a trusted valet, you will have only one day to find out who is behind this scheme before it is too late and the palace is laid to waste.
Everything takes place in the Chateau of Versailles in 1685, during the reign of the Sun King, Louis XIV.
www.avault.com /reviews/review_temp.asp?game=vers   (602 words)

  
 Versailles 1685 article by Al Giovetti
From the fascinating men and women you will meet, to the rooms and artworks you will marvel at, VERSAILLES 1685 will let you see, hear and interact with a world you thought was lost forever.
VERSAILLES 1685 has a clear interface that allows you to interact fully with your environment.
Thus, VERSAILLES 1685 combines pure multimedia entertainment pleasure borught to you by Cryo and complete historical information and precision thanks to the work of the Museum of Versailles.
www.thecomputershow.com /computershow/previews/versailles1685.htm   (395 words)

  
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Versailles 1685 is in some ways similar as this game once again offers the opportunity to steep yourself in a moment of history, in this instance the heady days of the Palace of Versailles during the reign of the Sun King, Louis XIV.
Versailles 1685 comprises two CDs and is a wonderful experience for anyone interested in Versailles and with an appreciation of art, flamboyance and classical music.
The gameplay itself is fairly straightforward (except for the maze) and not particularly enthralling.
www.quandaryland.com /jsp/dispArticle.jsp?index=207   (1107 words)

  
 Four Fat Chicks -- Versailles 1685 Review
Versailles 1685, published by Cryo in the halcyon days of 1996 when the world of adventure gaming was ahead of rather than behind it, is such a good example of how to lay the education within the entertainment that anyone attempting to put together one of these suckers should sit up and play it.
Designed in a charming style, with a love-it or skip-it system for learning more about French court, history, and the people who dwelled there in real life, this system is like a breath of fresh air.
The game reconstructs the palace as it was found in 1685, and it skillfully allows the player to explore and learn from this exploration just how the architecture looked, how the rooms were decorated, and what they were used for.
fourfatchicks.com /Reviews/Versailles/Versailles.shtml   (773 words)

  
 T.B. Macaulay - History of England, Vol. I, Ch. V (part 5)
James to the Prince of Orange, July 14, 1685, Dutch Despatch of the same date, Dartmouth's note on Burnet, i.
646; Narcissus Luttrell's Diary, (1848) a copy of this diary, from July 1685 to Sept. 1690, is among the Mackintosh papers.
London Gazette, August 3, 1685; the Battle of Sedgemoor, a Farce.
www.strecorsoc.org /macaulay/m05e.html   (8229 words)

  
 Thomas Otway (1652-1685)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Together with those plays he wrote the poems which are in the late collection, and translated from the French the History of the Triumvirate.
All this was performed before he was thirty-four years old; for he died April 14, 1685, in a manner which I am unwilling to mention.
He went out, as is reported, almost naked, in the rage of hunger, and, finding a gentleman in a neighbouring coffee-house, asked him for a shilling.
www.hn.psu.edu /Faculty/KKemmerer/poets/Otway   (1054 words)

  
 Georg Frideric Handel
(born Halle (Germany), 23 February 1685; died London, 14 April 1759).
He was born Georg Friederich Händel, son of a barber-surgeon who intended him for the law.
But above all he had a resource and originality of invention, to be seen in the extraordinary variety of music in the op.6 concertos, for example, in which melodic beauty, boldness and humour all play a part, that place him and J.S. Bach as the supreme masters of the Baroque era in music.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/handel.html   (1091 words)

  
 John Locke Manuscripts -- Chronological Listing: 1685
Description: On 14/24 February 1685, Locke sent his friend Nicolas Toinard a draft in English of his method of commonplacing [Letter no. 811].
Description: On 30 March/9 April 1685, Locke sent Toinard a draft in Latin of his method of commonplacing [Letter no. 818].
The notes deal with chapters 11-12, in which M. [Noel Aubert de Versé?] discusses the inspiration of Scripture.
www.libraries.psu.edu /tas/locke/mss/c1685.html   (307 words)

  
 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
His oldest child, James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, made a failed bid to capture the crown at the time of his father's death and was executed by James II, brother of Charles II and Uncle to Monmouth.
Charles II died in February 1685 from complications following a stroke.
Charles arrived in London to claim the throne on his 30th birthday, May 29, 1660.
www.britannia.com /history/monarchs/mon49.html   (826 words)

  
 1685   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1685 (Cryo Interactive, CD-ROM for PC and Mac, $49.95) Entering the exquisitely rendered 3-D animated environs of this mesmerizing adventure...
Islam in Britain 1558- 1685 By Nabil Matar Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998 The reader would be forgiven in thinking that these two books, published...
Society and Culture in the Huguenot World, 1559- 1685.
ensiklopedie.com /1685   (257 words)

  
 Experiences of the French Huguenots in America
The persecution recommenced with greater fury and culminated in the revocation of the edict by Louis XIV, in 1685.
There are no records that show what became of his wife and family, only that he arrived in London about 1685.
As there is no record of interment of any person of the name of Resseguier in the Huguenot churchyard in New York, it is to be presumed that the refugee died in England.
pages.prodigy.net /royjnagy/ressegui.htm   (4873 words)

  
 Anne Killigrew (c.1660-1685)
He reigned until 1685, when his brother James succeeded to the throne.
She was to die of smallpox on June 16, 1685, only months after the death of Charles II and the succession of James II and Mary of Modena to the throne, on February 6th.
Although the copyright notice in the book gives the publication date as 1686, it was licensed to be printed as of September 30th, 1685, and listed in the Stationer's Register of 2nd October (Morton, 1967).
digital.library.upenn.edu /women/killigrew/biography.html   (3432 words)

  
 Versailles 1685 - from CD-ROM Access
It's the year 1685, and Louis XIV rules the Kingdom of France from a magnificent palace called Versailles.
But something is not right...Someone wants to destroy Versailles, and you must stop him.
A stunning recreation of Versailles in 3D just as it was in 1685.
www.cdaccess.com /html/pc/versail.htm   (259 words)

  
 The Battle of Sedgemoor
The Protestant Monmouth became a figurehead for those opposed to the Catholic James, Duke of York.
When Charles died in February, 1685, Monmouth was in Holland.
Though he personally seems to have had very little ambition to seize the crown, he was persuade by his Protestant advisors, notably the Earl of Argyll, to launch an invasion in the west country while Argyll landed in Scotland.
www.britainexpress.com /History/battles/sedgemoor.htm   (559 words)

  
 GUUG bug report logs - #1685, boring messages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is an automatically generated reply, to let you know your message has been received.
From: bugmaster@guug.de (GUUG bug Tracking System) To: "Peter J. Holzer" Subject: bug#1685: Info received (was bug#1685: mutt-1.5.4i: application/pkcs7-signature (s/mime) type not recognized) Message-ID: In-Reply-To: <20031105105721.GD16573@wsr.ac.at> References: <20031105105721.GD16573@wsr.ac.at> X-GUUG-PR-Message: ack-info-maintonly 1685 Thank you for the additional information you have supplied regarding this problem report.
Please do not reply to the address at the top of this message, unless you wish to report a problem with the bug-tracking system.
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 Solar e-Clips - [AB 1685]Self-Generation Program Extended through 2008!
Governor Davis signed AB 1685 on Sunday 10-12-03, providing 4 more years of incentives for Distributed Generation.
AB 1685 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) extends the California Public Utilities Commission's Self-Generation Incentive Program until December 31, 2008 and would require certain distributed generation projects using fossil fuels to meet specific emissions targets to be eligible for the program.
The California Chamber of Commerce has also removed its opposition to AB 1685.
www.californiasolarcenter.org /solareclips/2003.10/20031014-1.html   (390 words)

  
 Sedgemoor 1685
The King’s overall commander, the Lord of Feversham marched to Bristol, forced Monmouth to withdraw and then linked up with Churchill and Kirke.
On the night of 5th July 1685, Monmouth attacked the loyalist force at Sedgemoor, near Bridgwater, Somerset, but was soundly defeated.
The battle was over early the following morning after his small army had become lost during its night advance, had become confused and was not a match for the larger professional force.
www.queensroyalsurreys.org.uk /1661to1966/sedgemoor/sedgemoor.html   (365 words)

  
 Massachusetts Attorney General: 1685
Home Page > Citizen Services > The Municipal Law Unit > Recent Decisions > Full List of Decisions (page 2) > 1685
Great Barrington - #1685 - Town cautioned on the application of its Fire Regulations by-law and the principles of double jeopardy.
I return the amendments to the town by-laws adopted under Article 12 of the warrant for the Great Barrington town meeting that convened on May 7, 2001, with the approval of this Office.
www.ago.state.ma.us /sp.cfm?pageid=1462   (561 words)

  
 Four Fat Chicks Henhouse: Versailles 1685   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Versailles 1685 very effectively conveys what it must have been like to wander about in the sort of luxury that was once the birthright of royalty.
Fascinating virtual tour of the fabulous palace of Versailles, which I did visit once.Perhaps this added to my appreciation.
The game, tho, brings you into the world of Louis the 14th and lets you see the intrigues at the Royal palace in 1685 France.
fourfatchicks.com /ubbthreads/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=UBB5&Number=25629   (364 words)

  
 Johann Sebastian Bach
(born Eisenach, 21 March 1685; died Leipzig, 28 July 1750)
He was the youngest son of Johann Ambrosius Bach, a town musician, from whom he probably learnt the violin and the rudiments of musical theory.
Together with his great contemporary Handel (whom chance prevented his ever meeting), Bach was the last great representative of the Baroque era in an age which was already rejecting the Baroque aesthetic in favour of a new,'enlightened'one.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/bachjs.html   (1019 words)

  
 RFC 1685 (rfc1685) - Writing X.400 O/R Names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
RFC 1685 (rfc1685) - Writing X.400 O/R Names
Network Working Group H. Alvestrand Request for Comments: 1685 UNINETT RARE Technical Report: 12 August 1994 Category: Informational Writing X.400 O/R Names Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet Community.
It does not specify an Internet Standard of any kind.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1685.html   (2102 words)

  
 The West Country Duking Days - Monmouths' Rebellion and the Battle of Sedgemoor 1685
He even promised to become a Catholic if his life was spared.
It was no use; he was beheaded on Tower Hill in London on July 15th 1685.
The infamous Judge Jefffreys was sent by King James to Taunton to mete out justice to the rebels.
www.historic-uk.com /HistoryUK/England-History/DukingDays.htm   (469 words)

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