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McGovern & Ullmann [Page 1] RFC 1707 CATNIP October 1994 The cache handles are either provided by feedback from the downstream router in response to offered traffic, or explicitly provided as part of the establishment of a circuit or flow through the network.
McGovern & Ullmann [Page 2] RFC 1707 CATNIP October 1994 The CATNIP is designed to be incrementally deployable in the strong sense: you can plop a CATNIP system down in place of any existing network component and continue to operate normally with no reconfiguration.
Higher level protocols not using the full form (those native to IP and IPX) will eventually be extended to use the full addressing to extend their usability over all of the network layers.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1707.txt   (4615 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - 1707
The Act of Union passed in 1707 by the parliaments of England and Scotland created the Kingdom of Great Britain.
In 1707 the Scottish Parliament voted itself out of existence, and Scotland became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain with guarantees of its...
The accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of England in 1603, as James I, united the crowns of the two kingdoms but constitutionally they...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=1707   (105 words)

 ipedia.com: List of British monarchs Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Similarly, though the Irish Free State ceased to be part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in 1922, neither the full name of the United Kingdom nor the royal title was changed until the Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act, 1927.
In 1707, the Act of Union combined the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland into the Kingdom of Great Britain.
Under the Act of Settlement, descendants of Sophia, Electress of Hanover, as the closest Protestant relatives of Anne, became entitled to the throne, and the Royal House name was changed when George, Elector of Hanover became King.
www.ipedia.com /list_of_british_monarchs.html   (1012 words)

 Scottish History - Treaty of Union, 1707
Since 1603, when James VI of Scotland also became King of England, on the death of Elizabeth I of England, the monarch had been jointly King or Queen of Scotland and England despite the fact that both were still independent countries with their own parliaments.
It was a long time after the Union before the question was finally resolved, however, and not until, as so often in Scottish history, there had been a good deal of bloodshed.
Scotland was an independent country until 1707 when the English parliament, using a mixture of quite open flmail and less open bribery, persuaded a powerful group of Scottish aristocrats to vote for the union of the English and Scottish parliaments.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/lennich/1707.htm   (918 words)

 The Reign of Aurangzeb, 1658-1707
Of all the men who sat upon the throne in Delhi no name evokes such an image of somber grandeur as that of Aurangzeb.
His rule, which stretched across nearly half a century of Indian history, ended with his death in 1707.
Despite Aurangzeb's personal hostility to the arts and his removal of the seat of government to the south, Delhi remained an artistic and cultural center and the foremost city of the empire.
www.islamicart.com /library/empires/india/aurangzib.html   (778 words)

 Almansa 1707   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Fought out the 25 april 1707 in the plain of Almansa (Southern Castille), this battle pitted the Army of the Two Crowns formed by Spanish and French regiments against an Allied army formed by English, Portuguese, Dutch and French Protestants.
Despite of the initial success of the Allied left wing, the battle was decided by an skilfull maneuver that destroyed the Allied right wing and routed the entire Allied army.
Within a few days after the end of the battle, all of the Kingdom of Valencia was lost for the Allied cause and the Duke of Anjou (the future Philip V of Spain) was firmly consolidated in the Spanish throne.
www.simtacludopress.net /almansa_ing.htm   (355 words)

 Homosexuality in 18th-cent. England: The Women-Hater's Lamentation, 1707
In 1707 a group of at least forty gay men (or "sodomites") were arrested in London.
They were described as a "gang" and frequented a "club" located near the Stock Exchange, and were apparently rounded up as the result of investigations initiated by the Society for Reformation of Manners, the prototypical moral-reform movement which was organized during the closing years of the seventeenth century.
It is worth noting that certain gay stereotypes were already well in place as early as 1707, notably the linking of homosexuality with brutal and "unnatural" lust, and the characterization of a homosexual personality type as a misogynist.
www.infopt.demon.co.uk /hater.htm   (459 words)

 Muehlhausen 1707-1708   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Moreover, a small inheritance from his uncle, Tobias Lämmerhirt, made it possible for him to get married to his beloved second cousin Maria Barbara Bach (the Thuringia of those days was not free of in-breeding).
On 17 October 1707, Sebastian and Barbara had their ceremony in the church of Dornheim.
Although the pietists, including Bach's immediate boss Frohne, were in general less favorably inclined towards rich church music, modern Bach scholarship tends to minimize the effect of the dispute on Johann Sebastian.
odur.let.rug.nl /Linguistics/diversen/bach/muehlhausen.html   (631 words)

 The Original Scots Colonists of Early America. Caribbean Supplement 1611-1707 : Genealogical Publishing Company
By the latter part of the seventeenth century, Scots merchants, planters, seafarers, and transportees were to be found throughout the English and Dutch colonies of the Caribbean.
The focus of the Caribbean Supplement is on the period prior to 1707, the year marking the political union between England and Scotland.
The Act of Union of 1707 eliminated restrictions on trade between Scotland and the American colonies, and in consequence emigration to the West Indies increased rather substantially.
www.genealogical.com /index.php?main_page=product_info&ref=1335&item_number=1472   (500 words)

 Carl Linnaeus
His ideas on classification have influenced generations of biologists during and after his own lifetime, even those opposed to the philosophical and theological roots of his work.
He was born on May 23, 1707, at Stenbrohult, in the province of Småland in southern Sweden.
His father, Nils Ingemarsson Linnaeus, was both an avid gardener and a Lutheran pastor, and Carl showed a deep love of plants and a fascination with their names from a very early age.
www.ucmp.berkeley.edu /history/linnaeus.html   (2236 words)

 This is a very rare error and unfortunately there is not much that we can do to assist you
The 1707 error is a very rare error.
However, every occurrence so far of the 1707 error has been directly related to the Novell Netware Client.
Evidently the Novell Client is modifying the Operating System is some way, possibly within the protocol bindings, that causes the 1707 issue to occur.
www.dameware.com /support/kb/article.aspx?ID=300024   (280 words)

 Buxtehude, Dietrich (c. 1637 - 1707)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Buxtehude belongs to the generation of organists before Johann Sebastian Bach, who, like Handel, once travelled to Lübeck to hear the master perform at the Marienkirche, where he served as organist for forty years, from 1667 until his death in 1707.
He wrote a considerable quantity of music, choral and instrumental, for church use, as well as chamber music and keyboard music of a more secular kind.
Buxtehude's many surviving compositions for the organ include some twenty Preludes and a larger number of chorale preludes, variations on Lutheran chorale melodies.
www.naxos.com /composer/buxtehud.htm   (90 words)

 21CC: Act of Union 1707
England and Scotland were once independent kingdoms, often at war with each other.
From 1603 they shared the same king or queen but remained separate.
England and Scotland united in 1707, but how united was the new United Kingdom of Great Britain then?
21citizen.co.uk /live/citizenship/british/commonwealth/uk1707   (89 words)

 1707 Coin of the Year   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
In 1707 the Act of Union transformed the ancient kingdoms of England and Scotland into the single realm of Great Britain on March 26th.
The shields on the reverse shows the arms of England and Scotland combined, whereas they had previously been shown separately.
On January 1st John V became King of Portugal, on February 1st Frederick the Prince of Wales was born, and on August 25 King Louis of Spain was born.
www.coinoftheyear.com /1707.html   (129 words)

 Scots in the West Indies, 1707-1857 : Genealogical Publishing Company
Settlement started in 1626 when James Hay, the Earl of Carlisle, was appointed Proprietor of Barbados, an event which led to a number of Scots making their way to the island.
After the union of Scotland and England in 1707 and the lifting of restrictions on trade between these two countries, Scotland's trade with the islands expanded and so did its stream of immigration throughout the West Indies.
In the compilation of this volume, David Dobson combed archives and libraries in Scotland, England, and Denmark to yield the first listing devoted to Scottish inhabitants of the West Indies for the period between 1707 and 1857.
www.genealogical.com /index.php?main_page=product_info&ref=1335&item_number=9246   (356 words)

 Search Results for "1707"
...NUMBER: 1707 AUTHOR: William Shakespeare (1564–1616) QUOTATION: Although the last, not least.
Warren E Burger, Chief Justice, US Supreme Court.
...NUMBER: 1707 AUTHOR: Warren E Burger, Chief Justice, US Supreme Court QUOTATION: Free speech carries with it some freedom to listen.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=1707   (252 words)

 Scottish Independence Web Server   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The clauses of the " ACT OF UNION ", 1707 A.D. 2.1) The preface of the Act of Union
That during the continuance of the duties payable in England on windows and lights, which determines on the 1st day of August, 1710, Scotland shall not be charged with the same duties.
That all laws and statutes in either kingdom, so far as they are contrary to or inconsistent with the terms of these articles, or any one of them, shall, from and after the Union cease and become void, and shall be so declared to be by the respective Parliaments of the said kingdoms.
www.forscotland.com /aou.html   (7798 words)

 Act of Union 1707   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The resulting treaty of twenty five articles retained the independence of Scotland’s legal and religious systems, while systems of coinage, taxation, sovereignty, trade, parliament and flag would become one.
The first article was accepted in Edinburgh in November 1706 and the last in January 1707.
Scotland’s Parliament was dissolved in the April and independence was over.
www.scotclans.com /clans/1707.htm   (278 words)

 Carl Linnaeus 1707-1778   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
In March 1706 he married Christina the daughter of another clergyman, Samuel Brodersonius, rector of Stenbrohult, in Småland, which is situated by an inlet of Lake Mócklen.
Their son Carl was born on 23 May (13 May old style) 1707 at Råshult nearby.
Samuel Brodersonius died in December 1707 and in June 1708 his son-in-law Nils Linnaeus moved with his family into the rectory at Stenbrohult.
www.c18.rutgers.edu /pr/lc/intro.html   (5718 words)

 10.9. Euler, Leonard (1707-1783)
It was said that "Euler calculated without apparent effort, as men breathe...." He was dubbed "Analysis Incarnate" by his peers for his incredible ability.
Leonhard Euler was born in Basel, Switzerland, on April 15, 1707.
His father, a Calvinist pastor and former mathematician, planned the life of a clergyman for his son and originally Leonhard followed that path.
web01.shu.edu /projects/reals/history/euler.html   (906 words)

 Homosexuality in Eighteenth-Century England
1707 The Tryal and Conviction of Several Reputed Sodomites
1707 Daniel Defoe, On the Public Prosecution and Punishment of Sodomites
1707 Bumography, or A Touch at the Lady's Tails
www.infopt.demon.co.uk /eighteen.htm   (886 words)

 Indian History Sourcebook: The Great Moghul Aurangzeb,  Farewell, 1707 CE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Farewell, 1707 CE [Robinson Introduction]: Aurangzeb, who died in 1707, was the last Great Moghul of importance.
Old age is arrived: weakness subdues me, and strength has forsaken all my members.
No permission is granted for commercial use of the Sourcebook.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/india/1707aurangzeb.html   (417 words)

 New York City Labor Against the War - Global Policy Forum - WTC: The Crisis
Staff Organizer, AFSCME DC 1707 *Michael Ruscigno, IBT L.802 *Dermot Ryan, UAW L.2110 *Eduardo Santiago, Exec.
Services/Personnel Dir., AFSCME DC 1707 *Hasan Shafiqullah, ALAA/UAW L.2325 *Ryan Shanahan, SEIU L.1199, LAS Chap.
Bd., AFSCME L.215, DC 1707 *G.L.Tyler, Political Dir., AFSCME DC 1707 *Juliet Ucelli, UFT *Mark Ungar, PSC-CUNY/AFT L.2334 *Andrea de Urquiza, Organizer, UAW L.2110 *Ninfa Vassallo, Dir.
www.globalpolicy.org /wtc/analysis/0927nylabor.htm   (2628 words)

 Marathas and the English Company 1707-1818 by Sanderson Beck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Before he died on March 3, 1707, Aurangzeb wrote a will hoping that his Mughal empire would be divided between his three sons with Mu'azzam governing in Kabul, A'zam in Gujarat, and Muhammad Kam Baksh in Bijapur; but instead they followed his own example and fought.
He was Shambhuji's son and challenged the leadership of the widow Tara Bai and Rajaram's son Shivaji II.
Jesuit missionaries had visited Tibet in the 17th century, and Capuchin fathers came in 1707 for four years.
www.san.beck.org /2-10-Marathas1707-1818.html   (23755 words)

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