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  RFC 1692 (rfc1692) - Transport Multiplexing Protocol (TMux)
RFC 1692 (rfc1692) - Transport Multiplexing Protocol (TMux)
Network Working Group P. Cameron Request for Comments: 1692 Xylogics, International Ltd. Category: Standards Track D. Crocker Silicon Graphics, Inc. D. Cohen Myricom J. Postel ISI August 1994 Transport Multiplexing Protocol (TMux) Status of this Memo This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of this protocol.
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  The Salem Witch Trials, 1692
The seeds of the hysteria that afflicted Salem Village, Massachusetts were sown in January 1692 when a group of young girls began to display bizarre behavior.
The tight-knit community was at a loss to explain the convulsive seizures, blasphemous screaming, and trance-like states that afflicted the youngsters.
Nineteen victims of the witch-hunt had been hanged, one crushed to death under the weight of stones and at least four died in prison awaiting trial.
www.eyewitnesstohistory.com /salem.htm   (1251 words)

  Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 1692
In 1692, Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneberg, was created Elector of Hanover; his lands were known thereafter as Hanover.
In 1692 he was commissioned governor of East and West Jersey, but after five years of effective...
There, in 1692, the French under Marshal François Henri de Luxembourg defeated William III of England in the War of the Grand Alliance.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=1692&StartAt=21   (860 words)

 Salem Witch Trials of 1692
In January of 1692, the daughter and niece of Reverend Samuel Parris of Salem Village became ill. William Griggs, the village doctor, was called in when they failed to improve.
In June of 1692, the special Court of Oyer (to hear) and Terminer (to decide) sat in Salem to hear the cases of witchcraft.
When the girls became "afflicted" and subsequently named the "witches", the supporters of James Bayley took the outrageous accusations of the hysterical girls as confirmation of what they already suspected, that their opponents were in league with Satan.
www.witchway.net /times/salem.html   (736 words)

 American Civil Liberties Union : Statement on S. 1692, The So-Called "Partial-Birth Abortion Act of 1999"
Although its sponsors characterize it as aimed at a single, "late," "gruesome" procedure, S. 1692 is not in fact limited to any stage of pregnancy, and it defines the conduct to be banned so broadly as to reach an array of safe and common methods of abortion.
In enjoining Iowa's ban, which is nearly identical to S. 1692, a federal court stated that the law could "encompass within its scope of prohibited conduct all of the abortion procedures" commonly used throughout pregnancy.
1692 poses not only a substantial obstacle, but an absolute barrier to many abortions that are now safe and legal.
www.aclu.org /reproductiverights/abortionbans/16503leg19991015.html   (1494 words)

 Encyclopedia: 1692   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Count Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer (born November 2, 1692, Delden, Republic of the Seven United Netherlands – died November 9, 1766, The Hague) was the composer of the Concerti Armonici, which have been until recently falsely attributed to Giovanni Pergolesi.
Category: 1692 May 18 is the 138th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (139th in leap years).
From June through September of 1692, nineteen men and women, all having been convicted of witchcraft, were carted to Gallows Hill, a barren slope near Salem Village, for hanging.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1692   (2407 words)

 Account of Salem Events in 1692
It was easy to believe in 1692 in Salem, with an Indian war raging and the village in political turmoil, that the devil was close at hand.
At Bishop's trial on June 2, 1692, a field hand testified that he saw Bishop's image stealing eggs and then saw her transform herself into a cat.
Burroughs, who was living in Maine in 1692, was identified by several of his accusers as the ringleader of the witches.
www.the-night.net /witches/salem.htm   (2820 words)

 RFC 1692 - Transport Multiplexing Protocol (TMux)
Cameron, Crocker, Cohen and Postel [Page 4] RFC 1692 TMux August 1994 The easiest way to detect TMUX support is to only send TMux messages to hosts from which a valid TMux message has already been received.
Cameron, Crocker, Cohen and Postel [Page 6] RFC 1692 TMux August 1994 Additionally, configuration options may limit the number of included data segments or the maximum size of the Multiplexed Message before it is transmitted.
Sending Cameron, Crocker, Cohen and Postel [Page 9] RFC 1692 TMux August 1994 an ENQ in response to an ENQ is not recommended, except in special circumstances.
www.packetizer.com /rfc/rfc1692   (3197 words)

 1692   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The author centers what is indubitably one of the most scholarly accounts I have yet read on the events in Salem on a new premise: That all the events were influenced by the Second Indian War and by the protagonists harrowing experiences during that confl...
Such Men Are Dangerous: The Fanatics Of 1692 And 2004 is a chilling commentary that compares political figures such as Paul Wolfowitz, Dick Cheney, and George W. Bush with the ideologues of 1692 colonial America who led the Salem witch hunts.
Sometimes it's forgotten that the witchcraft trials in Salem Village in 1692 were more the climax than the beginning of such happenings in 17th c.
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 Salem Witch Trials of 1692
On April 6, 1692, the powerful Putnam family raised a complaint against Elizabeth Proctor and Sarah Cloyse, the sister of Rebecca Nurse.
He made his feelings known to the court that he was highly skeptical of the proceedings and he felt that the girls who were perpetrating the hysteria just needed a good spanking.
On August 19, 1692, John Proctor along with five others convicted of witchcraft, were executed by hanging at Gallows Hill.
www.witchway.net /times/proctor.html   (288 words)

 Salem Witch Trials of 1692 at Salem Village, Massachusetts
On the left is the sign that welcomes you to the 1692 memorial, and on the right is the official emblem of Salem.
It is the final resting place to several of the key figures in the trials of 1692, including Judges John Hathorne, and Jonathan Corwin.
As Salem did not have a courthouse in 1692, the trials were held at the Inn of John Ingersoll.
www.geocities.com /laughtershock/salem.html   (592 words)

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As the cost of using timeouts on many systems is quite large, it is recommended that a single timer be used and that all TMux messages under construction are sent when the timer expires.
Cameron, Crocker, Cohen & Postel [Page 6] RFC 1692 TMux August 1994 Additionally, configuration options may limit the number of included data segments or the maximum size of the Multiplexed Message before it is transmitted.
A UDP segment consisting of a 4 octet UDP header, 41 octets of data and 3 octets of padding.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1692.txt   (3177 words)

 HistoryBuff.com -- Newspaper Production 1692-1792
In 1692, however, no one could make a living at just publishing a newspaper.
Presses used in 1692 hadn't changed much from the one Gutenberg used 250 years before.
They were made mostly of wood with a lever-operated screw to bring the platen down to the form on the bed of the press.
www.historybuff.com /library/refnews1692.html   (935 words)

 Salem witch craft trials of 1692
An account of the witchcraft hysteria of 1692 in Salem, Massachusettes and the people lost their lives as a result of these trials.
This is mainly due to the historic preservation of the memory of the famous Salem witch trials of 1692.
Finally on October 3, 1692, The Reverend Increase Mather, President of Harvard College and father to Cotton Mather, denounced the use of spectral evidence.
msms.essortment.com /salemwitchcraf_mim.htm   (1298 words)

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Her documented role in the witch trials includes arrest and confession of witchcraft on March 1, 1692.
The first arrests were made on March 1, 1692 and the final hanging day was September 22, 1692.
The Court of Oyer and Terminer was dissolved in October of 1692.
www.angelfire.com /mi2/horror/Origin.html   (2256 words)

 Salem Witch Trials of 1692 | Salem Village, Massachusetts | History | Witches | Witchcraft | Cause | Facts | Trial | ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Almost 100 years before the Declaration of Independence was signed and the United States began a country of its own, North America was home to many British colonies, including the colony of Massachusetts.
Despite the accused witches' pleas of innocence, more and more people were singled out as witches (both women and men), throughout 1692.
In October of 1692, the witchcraft trials were called to an end.
www.kidzworld.com /article/2536-the-salem-witch-trials-of-1692   (465 words)

 Rebecca Nurse   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Salem Mass, 1692: Rebecca Nurse`s story is among the more poignant of the witchcraft tragedies.
This mother of eight was 71 years old when she was was hanged on Gallows Hill with four other women, July 19, 1692.
In 1692, the "fl cloud of the witchcraft delusion descended upon Salem Village." Rebecca was a 71-year-old invalid who had raised a family of eight children.
www.mayflowerfamilies.com /enquirer/rebecca_nurse.htm   (800 words)

 Religious Movements Homepage: The Salem Witch Trials
Early in 1692, the witch hunt hysteria began in Salem, Massachusetts.
While the specific trials of 1692 are important to America's history, the impact of the Salem Witch Trials is deeper than the simple chronology of events.
It begins in late January of 1692, and carries us through the end of the hysteria in late November of that same year.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/salem.html   (2239 words)

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 Susanna(h) North Martin - Notable Women Ancestors
On April 30, 1692 a warrant was issued for Susanna's arrest on a charge of witchcraft and she was arrested an May 2nd.
She examinations were intended to discover whether the accused had any physical abnormalities, especially anything that could be used to suckle a familiar or even the devil himself.
On Tuesday, July 19, 1692 Susanna Martin, Sarah Good, Rebecca Nurse, Sarah Wilde, and Elizabeth Howe were taken from their cells, put into a cart and driven up the rocky road to Gallows Hill.
www.rootsweb.com /~nwa/sm.html   (1096 words)

 Understanding "The Crucible": A Play by Arthur Miller
She was found guilty of being a witch and was hanged on June 10, 1692.
In 1692, a mass hysteria occurred in the town of Salem, Massachusetts.
Author points out that Puritan religious fanaticism was evident in Massachusetts a few years before 1692 and explains the role of Puritanism in the cause and actions of the witch hunt in 1692.
www.aresearchguide.com /crucible.html   (2721 words)

 MaryARoots's Home Page 8
On July 26, 1692 Mary Bradbury was brought before the court of Essex in Massachusetts Bay in New England.
On May 26th 1692 those who made complaint against Mary Bradbury, Sarah Rice, Wilmott Reed, and Elizabeth Fosdick were: Mary Walcott, Ann Putnam, Marcy Lewis.
I do farther testify that my s'd brother was sick about a fortnight or three weeks & then dyed & I was present with him w'n he dyed & I do aferm that he dyed peacibly and quietly never manifesting the Lest troubl in the world about any body nor did not say anything mrs.
members.aol.com /MaryARoots/trial.index.html   (1065 words)

 Salem Witch Trials
On February 29, 1692, warrants were issued for three women: Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne, and Tituba, the former two proclaiming their innocence while the latter confessed.
Of that number, 52 women and 7 men were tried; 26 women and 5 men were convicted; and 14 women and 5 men were executed, the last group on September 22, 1692.
The true end to the trials of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, however, came on October 3, 1692 when Increase Mather, father of Cotton Mather, preached a sermon that was soon published as Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits Personating Men.
guweb2.gonzaga.edu /faculty/campbell/enl310/witch.htm   (980 words)

 Salem Witch Trials - 1692 Salem - Puritan Children - DiscoverySchool.com
In 1692, children were expected to behave under the same strict code as the adults—doing chores, attending church services, and repressing individual differences.
There were a few books written for children, but these often warned against bad behavior and described the punishment that children would suffer for sinful acts.
Such was the world of Abigail Williams and Betty Parris during the long, dark winter of 1692.
school.discovery.com /schooladventures/salemwitchtrials/life/children.html   (338 words)

 Salem Witch Trials   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Many of the accused were women, prompting some recent historians to suggest that charges of witchcraft were a way of controlling women who threatened the existing economic and social order.
In 1692 the famous Salem, Massachusetts, witchcraft trials took place, and that summer hundreds of
Historians and sociologists have examined this most complex episode in our history so that we may understand the issues of that time and apply our understanding to our own society.
www.mayflowerfamilies.com /enquirer/salem_witch_trials.htm   (559 words)

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