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  Ancestry.com - Landholders of Northeastern New York, 1739-1802
This work forms a directory of all participants in all land sales and mortgage agreements in northeastern New York between 1739 and 1802.
The first part identifies original grantees, persons awarded land in the area between 1739 and 1775, and provided is the date of award, name of grant, present town of grant's location, acreage, and grantee's name.
The second part, and by far the largest, identifies about 9,000 landholders--grantees, grantors, mortgagees and mortgagors--whose land records were filed between 1772 and 1802 in the deed and mortgage books of Washington, Clinton, or Essex counties.
www.ancestry.com /search/db.aspx?dbid=49218   (260 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1739
Scholars have speculated that 1739 was copied from a fourth or fifth century commentary manuscript (since none of the marginal commentators quoted date from after the fourth century, and it appears that the scholia were already present in Ephraim's exemplar).
The existence of a "1739-text" was realized almost from the time when 1739 was discovered, when it was observed that, in Paul, the text of 1739 had similarities to those of M/0121, 6, and 424**, and that the marginal commentary was shared in part by 1908.
The 1739 text is not a simple group, but an actual type, which in the Catholics can be discerned as early as the fifth century in C (and is in fact even older, as Origen also attests the type).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1739   (2317 words)

  
 1739: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The stono rebellion was a revolt in 1739 by carolinian slaves named after the stono river and the bridge crossing it where the rebellion first began....
The treaty of belgrade was the peace treaty signed on september 18, 1739 in belgrade, serbia by the ottoman empire on one side and the austria on...
Pierre samuel du pont de nemours (1739 - august 7 1817), born in paris, france, was the founder of a dynamic and innovative family of entrepr...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/17/1739.htm   (860 words)

  
 Molière - MSN Encarta
In this play the character Arnolphe’s efforts to shape his much younger prospective bride, Agnès, through education in a convent and his own tyrannical rules are defeated by Agnès’s natural inclination toward Horace, a man her own age.
In addition to writing these plays (most of which are in rhyming couplets), Molière managed the business of his company, directed all the productions, and played some of the most demanding roles.
Similarly, L’école des maris (1661; School for Husbands, 1739) is significant because it addresses a more serious subject than earlier works and takes a more sophisticated form, a five-act social comedy written in verse in a meter known as alexandrine.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761555480/Poquelin_Jean-Baptiste.html   (1339 words)

  
 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Tomochichi (ca. 1644-1739)
During the summer of 1739 Oglethorpe made an unprecedented journey to Coweta, deep in Indian Territory, to bolster his connections to the Lower Creeks, which resulted in a mutually favorable treaty.
Tomochichi was unable to partake directly in Oglethorpe's negotiations; instead, he lay at home in his village fighting a serious illness.
Tomochichi died on October 5, 1739, and while sources differ over his exact age, historians and contemporary observers generally agree that he was in his late nineties.
www.newgeorgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-689   (845 words)

  
 GENUKI: Calendar of Prisoners - Summer 1739   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Committed 6th April 1739 by J. Cleveland esq and charged with the Murder of William Crosell gent and Robbing his house.
Committed 6th May 1739 by J. Baker gent one of the Coroners for the said County for Murdering a ffemale base child.
Committed 28th May 1739 by Robert Lucas esq for breaking open the parish Church of Rackenford in said County and out of the coffer there sacrilegiously taking and carrying away a silver Cup a silver Salver and the Ministers Surplice.
genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk /DEV/CourtRecords/QS32-36.html   (420 words)

  
 1739
Alan Tully pointed out that after the election of 1 October 1739, "eight of the seventeen assemblymen who had voted for the proprietary quitrent compromise were no longer members" ("King George's War," 176).
But relations degenerated over the question of the province's defense beginning in 1739, with the advent of the Spanish war (the War of Jenkin's Ear), and the assembly withheld the governor's salary.
Hamilton made speech to governor, conceding first, that the assembly would pay £1200 in bills of credit to the proprietors as compensation for the unpaid arrearages of quitrents, and second, that the assembly would pay £130 annually in bills of credit to the proprietors while the bill continued as a law.
www.english.udel.edu /lemay/franklin/1739.html   (7402 words)

  
 NT Manuscripts 1501-2000
1739 itself, of course, is on Mount Athos, as are its mixed relative 945 1704.
But 1739 can hardly be 0243's exemplar, either, because of 0243's lack of acknowledgement of the marginal readings (most of which were included by the original scribe of 1739).
Within Family 1739, 1241 ranks with 1739 itself and C as a witness, although it appears to belong with a slightly different branch of the family.
www.skypoint.com /~waltzmn/Manuscripts1501-2000.html   (7494 words)

  
 1BW 1739-1881 ( The Black Watch)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In September 1739 King George II authorised the Companies to be formed into a Regiment of Foot, with the Earl of Crawford, a Lowlander, the first nominal Commanding Officer and in March 1743, the Regiment was ordered to march South to London to be reviewed by the King.
The soldiers, however, were not told of the reason for their move and rumours about being shipped to the West Indies abounded.
In Edinburgh on 1st July 1881, as a result of the Cardwell reforms, the 42nd were merged with their former 2nd Battalion, the 73rd, to become the 1st and 2nd Battalions The Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch), with a recruiting area of Fife, Forfashire (now Angus), and Perthshire.
users.tinyonline.co.uk /blackwatch/his1.htm   (1829 words)

  
 Wheaton Village - The Wistars and their Glass 1739 - 1777
Several glassworks failed in the 17th century and the industry was revived in 1739 with a glassworks near Alloway, New Jersey.
The factory built by Caspar Wistar (1696-1752) of Philadelphia and continued by his son, Richard (1727-81), endured nearly forty years and apparently produced glass continuously until the Revolutionary War.
In 1739, the same year Wistar began to make glass, Philadelphia had a population of 10,000 people and was the admiration of all people, who saw or heard of its flourishing Condition, in Lands, Improvement in building, houses, and shipping.
www.wheatonvillage.org /museumamericanglass/exhibitions/pastexhibits/1989thewistartsandtheirglass   (7352 words)

  
 American Journeys Background on Extract of the Journal of the Expedition of the Mallet Brothers to Santa Fe, 1739-1740
In 1739 they attempted with seven companions to cross the Great Plains and reach the Spanish outposts of New Mexico in order to open a trade route.
The brothers started in the spring of 1739 from Fort de Chartres, near present Kaskaskia, Illinois, and headed onto the plains via the Missouri River.
Because they had lost their goods en route when crossing a river they had nothing to sell, but this also meant they had not broken any Spanish laws prohibiting unregulated trading.
www.americanjourneys.org /aj-092/summary/index.asp   (739 words)

  
 Landholders of Northeastern New York, 1739-1802 : Genealogical Publishing Company
This work forms a directory of all participants in all land sales and mortgage agreements in northeastern New York between 1739 and 1802.
The first part identifies original grantees, persons awarded land in the area between 1739 and 1775, and provided is the date of award, name of grant, present town of grant's location, acreage, and grantee's name.
The second part, and by far the largest, identifies about 9,000 landholders--grantees, grantors, mortgagees and mortgagors--whose land records were filed between 1772 and 1802 in the deed and mortgage books of Washington, Clinton, or Essex counties.
www.genealogical.com /index.php?main_page=product_info&item_number=640&ref=1458   (248 words)

  
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Introduction This memo is an introductory guide to some of the TCP/IP and Internet tools and utilities that allow users to access the wide variety of information on the network, from determining if a particular host is up to viewing a multimedia thesis on foreign policy.
This is accomplished by changing the query type to look for Kessler & Shepard [Page 3] RFC 1739 Primer on Internet & TCP/IP Tools December 1994 mail exchange (MX) records by issuing a "set type" command (which must be in lower case).
Kessler & Shepard [Page 11] RFC 1739 Primer on Internet & TCP/IP Tools December 1994 TECHNICAL NOTE: It is important to note that different FTP packages have different commands available and even those with similar names may act differently.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1739.txt   (9346 words)

  
 GovTrack: S. 1739: A bill to amend the material witness statute to strengthen procedural safeguards, and for other...
GovTrack: S. 1739: A bill to amend the material witness statute to strengthen procedural safeguards, and for other...
1739: A bill to amend the material witness statute to strengthen procedural safeguards, and for other...
Monitor S. View tracked events for this bill or subscribe to this bill's feed (select RSS or Atom).
www.govtrack.us /congress/bill.xpd?bill=s109-1739   (267 words)

  
 Brackett Owen (1739-1802) son of Phoebe & John Owen
Sarah in 1733 and likely died before 1739 and a second Brackett born
The later birth year (1739) is reinforced by Brackett's later
All of this strongly suggests that the 1739 date is to be preferred
genforum.genealogy.com /owen/messages/4485.html   (372 words)

  
 1739   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
1739 bytes 10 Coments Truco Puntos 4.52 Noticia : eLinksP2P, nuevo proyecto del Agujero!
Understanding (1748), Essays on Suicide and Immortality (unauthorized 1783 edition), Review of Hume's History of the Works of the Learned (1739), Review of Hume's Second Enquiry (1752), Review of Hume's Four Dissertations (1757), Review of Hume's Dialogues (1779), Review of Hume's Essays...
Wheelbase: 2725 mm 107.28 in Track front: 1471 mm 57.91 in Track rear: 1483 mm 58.38 in Length: 4471 mm 176.02 in Width: 1739 mm 68.46 in Kerb weight: 1615 kg 3560.46 lb Fuel capacity: 63 l 16.64 US gal More BMW technical data: Aerodynamics Drag coefficient: 0.32 Frontal area: 2.06 Cx: 0...
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 tell me more about when Highwayman Dick Turpin hanged (1739)? - Ask.com Search
On April 7, 1739, Turpin was hanged on the York Tyburn, now part...
Televised Political Demonstration (1927) Highwayman Dick Turpin hanged (1739) Beethoven's Eroica Symphony (3rd) premiered Teapot Dome...
When Dick Turpin was hanged on Knavesmire in 1739, the people of York were so keen to dissociate themselves from the notorious highwayman...
web.ask.com /web?q=tell+me+more+about+when+Highwayman+Dick+Turpin+hanged+(1739)%3f+&qsrc=62&page=1   (257 words)

  
 1739 - Bedeutung, Definition, Erklärung im netlexikon
1500 - 1739 von Christfried Coler (Unbekannter Einband)
Faksimile (1739) von Johann Mattheson, Margarete Reimann (Taschenbuch) für EUR 50,11
Weitere Bücher zum Stichwort "1739" bei Amazon.de suchen
www.lexikon-definition.de /1739.html   (354 words)

  
 1739 articles on Encyclopedia.com
Cheap 1739 Prices 9,300+ Notebook Accessory Products Read 1739 Reviews!
2,408), Berkshire co., W Mass., on the Housatonic River, in the Berkshire Mts.; inc. 1739.
It is a year-round tourist resort with nearby lake, ski, and recreational areas.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=1739   (446 words)

  
 RFC 1739 (rfc1739) - A Primer On Internet and TCP/IP Tools
RFC 1739 - A Primer On Internet and TCP/IP Tools
Network Working Group G. Kessler Request for Comments: 1739 S. Shepard Category: Informational Hill Associates, Inc. December 1994 A Primer On Internet and TCP/IP Tools Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
This memo does not specify an Internet standard of any kind.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1739.html   (9619 words)

  
 John Hall 1739-1797 ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Nicholas Fletcher, A View of the Church of St. Marie..., 1739
The hospital was instigated by Capt Thomas Coram, who was moved by the terrible sight of babies — many born to unmarried women - and young children left to die in London’s streets.
After a 20-year struggle, the hospital was founded in 1739.
www.wwar.com /masters/h/hall_1739-1797-john.html   (1594 words)

  
 New Georgia Encyclopedia: William Bartram in Georgia
John Bartram, America's first professional botanist, loved to roam the woods in search of plants,
Bartram and his twin sister, Elizabeth, were born at their father's house in Kingsessing, outside Philadelphia, on April 9, 1739.
As a boy Bartram developed a talent for drawing, and his father sent some of his sketches to friends in England.
www.newgeorgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-2179   (1261 words)

  
 St Sepulchre without Newgate
Mark Humphreys standing next to the Service Bell, hung dead in its own frame above the old timber frame.
This bell was formerly the treble of the ring of 10 before it was replaced by a new bell in 1739.
A photo taken in the 1960s of the bells in the old frame.
london.lovesguide.com /sepulchre_newgate.htm   (458 words)

  
 FOG Exhibit 9, The Buache Map
In summary, FOG claims that the Buache Map shows both the subglacial (bedrock) topography and the topography of Antarctica when it was ice-free.
The Buache Map is an eighteenth century map prepared by the French geographer, Philippe Buache, in 1739.
The Buache map shows two southern continents separated by an interior polar sea with two straits on either end (Hapgood 1979, Figure 53 and page 19 of FOG).
www.intersurf.com /~chalcedony/FOG5.html   (2269 words)

  
 Le Chevalier de Saint-George, Afro-French Composer, Violinist & Conductor
Joseph de Bologne's father was Georges de Bologne de Saint-George, a member of a wealthy family which had lived in the French West Indies colony of Guadeloupe since 1645.
He married Élisabeth Merican on September 8, 1739.
By January, 1740 he had moved to a 250-acre plantation with 60 slaves.
chevalierdesaintgeorges.homestead.com /Page1.html   (4613 words)

  
 The Afternoon Meal, 1739 Giclee Print by Francois Boucher at AllPosters.com
The Afternoon Meal, 1739 Giclee Print by Francois Boucher at AllPosters.com
This art print was created using a sophisticated digital printer.
Simply enter your email address and you can save items to Your Gallery.
www.allposters.com /-sp/The-Afternoon-Meal-1739_i1346906_.htm?aid=398737   (91 words)

  
 1739-1816
The frost in England ends after 103 days on April 5.
During the winter of 1739-40 the frost began on Christmas Day 1739 and continued until February 17th 1740 and was known as the Great Frost.
Again, when the ice thickened, the Frost Fair on the Thames (after 1564, 1684, 1608, 1632, 1677, 1684, and 1716) with roasted ox was held on the river.
sharpgary.org /1739-1816.html   (493 words)

  
 US CODE: Title 12,1739. Mortgage insurance benefits   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
TITLE 12 > CHAPTER 13 > SUBCHAPTER VI > § 1739
Conveyance and assignment by mortgagee after foreclosure; debentures and certificates of claim; cost of foreclosure
LII has no control over and does not endorse any external Internet site that contains links to or references LII.
www4.law.cornell.edu /uscode/12/1739.html   (451 words)

  
 Carte d'Amerique. / Lisle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726; Covens et Mortier / 1739
/ Lisle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726; Covens et Mortier / 1739
Lisle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726; Covens et Mortier, 1739
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