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  1733 Gold Coins Rebuttal - TreasureExpeditions.com: Archaeology, Treasure Hunting & Shipwreck Recovery
I believe it is time for the salvagers of the 1733 fleet to step forward and advise the public that there WERE gold coins recovered from these ships and begin documenting those coins that were recovered by the salvors-or were personally seen being recovered by the salvage community.
He purchased that coin, as well as a 1733 MX "pillar dollar" that Craig had recovered from the Infante one day while I was diving with him.
The 1733 fleet hurricane had only eight to ten foot waves that drove the galleons onto the Florida reefs, where they bilged their bottoms but were still pretty much intact after the hurricane.
www.treasureexpeditions.com /1733-Coins-Rebuttal.htm   (1895 words)

  
 The Spanish Treasure Fleets of 1715 and 1733: Disasters Strike at Sea
The Spanish Treasure Fleets of 1715 and 1733: Disasters Strike at Sea
In 1715 and again in 1733, Spain's treasure fleets were devastated by hurricanes off the coast of Florida.
Today, the remains of two of the ships—the Urca de Lima from the 1715 fleet and the San Pedro from the 1733 fleet—are protected as Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserves.
www.cr.nps.gov /nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/129shipwrecks   (425 words)

  
 06/08/95 Committee on the Judiciary Addison Statement re Hearing on H.R. 632, H.R. 1732 and H.R. 1733
This is particularly contradictory because, if a patent is about to be issued, H.R. 1733 results in double publication (publication of the application and the patent), but if a patent is not about to be issued, the inventor is loosing his trade secrets without getting a patent.
Consider a biotechnology patent issued after 13-years (a 3-year base period and a 10 year extension as provided for in H.R. 1733), the technology will be old and well established in the marketplace, having been published 11.5 years earlier by the time the patent issues.
H.R. 1733 will prematurely disclose an invention to foreign competitors so that they can compete with the inventor before he has a patent to protect his invention.
judiciary.house.gov /legacy/424.htm   (2247 words)

  
 RFC 1733 (rfc1733) - Distributed Electronic Mail Models in IMAP4
RFC 1733 (rfc1733) - Distributed Electronic Mail Models in IMAP4
RFC 1733 - Distributed Electronic Mail Models in IMAP4
Network Working Group M. Crispin Request for Comments: 1733 University of Washington Category: Informational December 1994 DISTRIBUTED ELECTRONIC MAIL MODELS IN IMAP4 Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1733.html   (774 words)

  
 History of Nova Scotia, Index of Dates, 1733-35.
1733: During the autumn of 1733, three nuns arrive at Louisbourg to help in the running of a convent which had been started in 1727.
January, 1733: Complaints are heard at Annapolis Royal about locals "ffelling of Trees a Cross the publick High way in order to Stop and hinder the passing of any Carts or Sleadges with Wood..." Armstrong takes steps to control thieves and "wild fellows."
October, 1733; Governor Armstrong is seen complaining about how a proper road ought to be finished along the valley so that there may be easier communication by land between Annapolis Royal and Minas.
www.blupete.com /Hist/Dates/1733-35.htm   (822 words)

  
 Transitional Cob Coins from 1652 Potosi - 1733 Mexico Pillar dollars and klippes
Cobs were produced by placing a blank piece of metal "planchet or flan" of the correct weight between two dies, and then striking the upper die with a hammer to produce the required image on both sides.
This method remained in use until it was totally replaced in 1733 by the screw press that we know as Milled coinage.
The rarest of all four of these types of coins minted in 1733 are the Klippes that were struck on cob planchets.
www.realtreasures.com /transitional_cobs.htm   (640 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 1733
On the death (1733) of Augustus II of Poland, Stanislaus I sought to reascend the Polish throne.
Unanimous applause as Security Council adopts resolution 1733 (2006) in tribute to outgoing Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
[1733] Traditional securities: calculation when denominated in foreign currency.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=1733&StartAt=1   (859 words)

  
 Fleet of 1733   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the 1960s, most of the wrecks associated with the 1733 fleet were relocated by modern divers.
The 1733 sites represent some of the oldest artificial reefs in North America, supporting complex ecosystems of marine life that have thrived generation after generation over the centuries.
The real “treasure” of the 1733 fleet is the opportunity to visit the living remains of ships from an era long gone.
dhr.dos.state.fl.us /archaeology/underwater/galleontrail/fleetOf1733.htm   (547 words)

  
 New Georgia Encyclopedia: John Adam Treutlen (1733-1782)
Treutlen County, in central Georgia, is named in his honor.
John Adam Treutlen was born in 1733 in southern Germany.
Thus the Treutlens were very likely persecuted by the Protestant establishment in Germany, causing the elder Treutlen to take his wife and children on the arduous and dangerous voyage to seek a new life in America in 1743.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-681   (1087 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Whistler DE-1733 Radar Detector at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The 1733 also offers a “stealth/quiet” mode where the signal that the radar detector gives off (which can be detected by some police equipment) is off.
The 1733 will only be able to detect the VG-2, which is a “radar detector detector.” But if you know there’s a police officer out there with a VG-2, then you can assume he also has a regular detector and thus you should slow down.
The range of the 1733 is about a mile to two miles, depending on the line of site between you and the radar gun.
www.epinions.com /content_117740310148   (1076 words)

  
 1733
As there were only 19 seats, these were arranged as one row of double seats on the offside and a row of single seats on the near-side.
The SELNEC Preservation Society has acquired 1733 representing this batch of 24 automatic Pic-Vic - half orange/half white vehicles (1715-1724/1726-1734/1737-1742) and 1735 one of the odd three manual, orange/white/orange vehicles delivered to Bolton (1725/1735-1736).
As well as the 43 diesel Seddon Minibuses in the batch 1700-1742, there was a 44th vehicle delivered, being a battery-electric experiment EX62, or 1362, as it was re-numbered, and this also is in the care of the Museum of Transport in Manchester, and also exhibits the half orange/half white 'Pic-Vic' livery.
www.selnec.org.uk /1733.htm   (436 words)

  
 Fleet of 1733   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the 1960s, most of the wrecks associated with the 1733 fleet were relocated by modern divers.
The 1733 sites represent some of the oldest artificial reefs in North America, supporting complex ecosystems of marine life that have thrived generation after generation over the centuries.
The real “treasure” of the 1733 fleet is the opportunity to visit the living remains of ships from an era long gone.
www.flheritage.com /archaeology/underwater/galleontrail/fleetOf1733.htm   (547 words)

  
 rebuttal index
I believe it is time for the salvagers of the 1733 fleet to step forward and advise the public that there WERE gold coins recovered from these ships and begin documenting those coins that were recovered by the salvors—or were personally seen being recovered by the salvage community.
It is true that this was not the gold bonanza that we have been able to recover from the 1715 fleet, but keep in mind that the 1733 hurricane was not nearly as devastating as the one that hit the 1715 fleet.
The 1733 fleet hurricane had only eight- to ten-foot waves that drove the galleons onto the Florida reefs, where they bilged their bottoms but were still pretty much intact after the hurricane.
www.apex-ephemera.com /treasure/rebuttal   (1912 words)

  
 The 1733 Spanish Treasure Fleet Shipwrecks in the Florida Keys   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The departure date of Friday the 13th proved to be quite unlucky for this fleet of four armed galleons, eighteen merchant naos, and various smaller ships carrying the treasures of the New World back to the seat of the Spanish Empire.
The principal objective for the FSU field school was to re-locate the known shipwreck sites, to assess the remains and document their current state of preservation since the 1977 survey, and to establish the most likely candidate for a state underwater pa rk.
Using the archaeological and biological data collected by FSU and IU students, the various 1733 shipwrecks were ranked by a series of criteria based on public needs for an underwater park.
www.adp.fsu.edu /1733.html   (703 words)

  
 Poor Richard's Almanack - 1733   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He dies, by my Calculation made at his Request, on Oct. 17, 1733, 3:29 P.M., at the very instant of the conjunction of the Sun and Mercury: By his own Calculation he will survive till the 26th of the same Month.
This small difference between us we have disputed whenever we have met these 9 Years past; but at length he is inclinable to agree with my Judgment; Which of us is most exact, a little Time will now determine.
And by the Mercy of God I have lived to survive this conceited Scriblers Day and Minute whereon he has predicted my Death; and as I have supplied my Country with Almanacks for three seven Years by past, to general Satisfaction, so perhaps I live to write when his Performances are Dead.
sln.fi.edu /qa98/musing9/almanack1733.html   (577 words)

  
 1733 Fleet Gold Cross, Authenitc Certified Spanish Shipwreck Artifact
The 1733 Spanish Treasure Fleet was driven into the shallow waters of the Florida Keys by strong hurricane force winds the evening of July 15th 1733.
Since the ships were relatively intact and located in shallow water, the Spanish salvors were able to salvage nearly everything of value, leaving only a small amount of artifacts to be found by modern day treasure hunters.
This very ornate gold cross is one of the very rare artifacts recovered from the 1733 Fleet in modern times.
www.newworldtreasures.com /cross.htm   (318 words)

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