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  Men's Formal Daywear about 1745 - Victoria and Albert Museum
This coat and waistcoat illustrate formal daywear for men in the 1740s.
By the 1740s the waistcoat is shorter in length than the coat.
Typical of the early 18th century, the waistcoat is also sleeved, although this style was beginning to go out of fashion by the 1740s.
www.vam.ac.uk /collections/fashion/round/formal_coat/index.html   (133 words)

 HISTORY: Ridgefield couple will save 1740s cottage while building new home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The accessory apartment happens to be the 1,900-square-foot house in which they currently live, a circa 1740s house previous owners added to over the years.
The original footprint of the 1740s house is roughly that amount.
For the Odeens, saving the 1740s house was almost as important as getting a home in which their family could function.
www.acorn-online.com /news/publish/article_11024.shtml   (1010 words)

 Women's Fashion of the 18th Century 3
The 1740s and 50s built up to what we imagine as typical rococo fashion: Wide skirts, fine fabrics, and an overdose of embroidery.
The hoop skirts that had begun to flatten and widen reached their maximum width in the mid-1740s.
However, this could still be 1770s as the style of highly formal dress hadn't changed in between.
www.marquise.de /en/1700/womenguide/18guide3.shtml   (625 words)

 A Special Place for 200 Years: Early Blacksburg
By the 1740s, they had settled much of the Piedmont, too, and people like Thomas Jefferson were born there who would call it home throughout their lives.
The Blacksburg area of this vast, though shrinking, senatorial district would often be represented by a local man-John Preston, for example, in the 1790s, succeeded by his brother, James Patton Preston.
Present-day Montgomery County proved to be the destination of a number of would-be settlers between the 1740s and the 1790s.
spec.lib.vt.edu /bicent/recoll/histbook/chapter2.htm   (7427 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 1740s
The earliest specimens extant are dated 1745 and have the potter's mark of a triangle and the word Chelsea.
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "1740s" at HighBeam.
Stratford near reopening link to beginnings: The foundation of the Quaker Store may date to the 1740s, when White Horse sprang up around a tavern.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=1740s   (621 words)

 Westminster Theological Seminary
As the 1640s set the intellectual terms of the Restoration establishment in England and shaped the future of both church and state there, so the ideas and alliances of the 1740s shaped Revolutionary and Constitutional America, again in both church and state.
And Edwards was at the very heart of the most crucial debates of the 1740s.
But the 1740s were crucial for more than just political and social reasons.
www.wts.edu /publications/articles/logan-edwards.html   (1379 words)

He is recognized for bridging the stylistic gap between the painters of the Petrine period and those of the later eighteenth century, and for ending the artistic stagnation that characterized the 1730s and 1740s.
The early works of Antropov were still influenced by the parsuna tradition, but, learning quickly, he made the transition to Western portraiture with relative ease.
In the 1740s, Antropov received a number of commissions to decorate palaces in St. Petersburg, among them the Anichkov Palace and the Summer and Winter Palaces.
www.rollins.edu /Foreign_Lang/Russian/antrobio.html   (531 words)

 Banner of Truth Trust - Book Review Thoughts on the New England Revival
Edwards (1703-1758) experienced revival during his ministry in Northampton, Massachusetts, in the 1730s, when 300 were added to the church within six months, and in the 1740s, while Whitefield was touring New England.
Edwards himself was increasingly unhappy over some of the circumstantial accompaniments of the 1740s awakening but was persuaded, unlike some of its critics, that it was substantially a glorious work of God.
He wrote several books, of which this is one, to defend the work, though acknowledging that there were errors and abuses.
www.banneroftruth.org /pages/bookreview/thoughts_revival.php   (810 words)

 The restoration of the anonymous 1740s chamber organ at Kedelston Hall in Derbyshire (National Trust)
The restoration of the anonymous 1740s chamber organ at Kedelston Hall in Derbyshire (National Trust)
The organ was made by an anonymous builder in the 1740s.
It was sold secondhand to Nathaniel, Lord Curzon in 1765 by John Snetzler, for whose new organ there was no space in the scaled down design for the house.
www.goetzegwynn.co.uk /restored/kedelstonhall.shtml   (183 words)

 Harvard University Press: State or Merchant : Political Economy and Political Process in 1740s China by Helen Dunstan
The author investigates the scope and limits of belief in market forces among those critical of government intervention, establishing that rudimentary economic arguments for state withdrawal from the grain trade were available by 1750.
She then explores challenges, from within the ruling apparatus, to the state's claim that its own stockpiling served the public interest, as well as the factors behind decisions in the mid- and late 1740s to suspend or decrease state purchases of grain.
As a study of Confucian government in action, this book describes a mode of public policy discussion far less dominated by the Confucian scriptures than one might expect.
www.hup.harvard.edu /catalog/DUNSTA.html   (258 words)

 Alexandria Archaeology Museum - Discovering the Decades: 1740s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
So, in the natural progression of things, many of these small settlements grew into something greater, and a marshy Potomac River tobacco depot became the chartered town of Alexandria.
The 1740s saw a great deal of change locally.
The Virginia House passed an act in 1740 calling for a permanent ferry to run across the river between the "Hunting Creek" warehouses on Hugh West's land and Frazier's Point in Prince George's County, Maryland.
oha.ci.alexandria.va.us /archaeology/decades/ar-decades-1740.html   (1535 words)

 Clan Donnachaidh: Your 1740’s Highland Impression By Brian T. Carpenter
We are portraying members of a Highland clan regiment during the period of the last Jacobite Rebellion (1745-46).
Many of the women were actually on the regimental “establishment” or payroll as laundresses, cooks, etc. The 1740’s Highland regiment would similarly include women and family members.
Generally speaking, the woman who accompanied the clan on the march would be from the middle to lower classes of clan society.
members.tripod.com /clan_donnachaidh/impression.html   (1997 words)

 Berkeley Springs, WV Town History
During the 1740s, the eastern edge of the Appalachians including the area of present-day Morgan County was frontier.
From the 1740s to the early twentieth century, Berkeley Springs was a popular summer resort with a small permanent population and mostly wood structures.
Several times through the centuries, the smell of smoke and charred wood changed the course of commerce and compelled downtown redevelopment.
www.berkeleysprings.com /walkingtour/introduction.html   (614 words)

 Shaker Religious Beliefs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Shaker religion began with the early Believers in England who converted to this new Protestant Christian sect from several other religious traditions and groups, including the Quakers, the Methodists, and a charismatic, mystical group known as the Camisards (or French Prophets).
After their emigration to America, the Shakers attracted converts from numerous other Protestant groups, including the New Light Baptists, Presbyterians, and others sprinkled throughout the land in the aftermath of The Great Awakening of the 1740s.
The Shakers' mission was to live a perfect Christian life as portrayed in the Gospels and in the early Christian communities.
www.hancockshakervillage.org /learn/religion.html   (242 words)

 Guilford County, North Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Settlement began in the late 1740s and grew rapidly in the 1750s.
Starting in the early 1740s, this region was marked by a steady stream of travelers whose destination was a place they could call home.
They were not traveling blindly; they had thoughtfully considered this location and decided it would fulfill their hopes, their needs, and their ideals.
www.carolana.com /guilford_county_nc.html   (5284 words)

 Southern Accents: Porto Bello Restored
When Sally Quinn and Ben Bradlee fell for a crumbling 1740s manor in southern Maryland, they chipped through layer after layer of paint to reveal the original character of the house, now a retreat that honors its past, present, and future
It was built in the 1740s by William Hebb II about the same time George Washington's half-brother, Lawrence, was building Mount Vernon.
The Colonial-era manor is perched upon a pastoral bluff overlooking St. Mary's River, a tributary of the Potomac, and the nearby town of St. Mary's City was capital of the Maryland colony for much of the 17th century.
www.southernaccents.com /accents/homes/architecture/article/0,14743,1060504,00.html   (456 words)

 Inventing the “Great Awakening” by Frank Lambert :: Book Reviews by Gary Gilley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In American revival history the Great Awakening (a term actually applied one hundred years later to the New England revival of the 1730s and 1740s) is the Holy Grail.
Those who had come from a background rich in revival history, who expected special periodic outpourings of God’s mercy, saw the 1740s as the answer to their prayers.
Those who had not come from such a background either ignored the whole thing or saw it as “irrational exuberance,” resulting from hype, propaganda, excellent use of PR and the press.
www.svchapel.org /Resources/BookReviews/book_reviews.asp?ID=172   (351 words)

 Ben Franklin's Poor Richard's Energy Almanac
The fireplace was the center of all activity in most homes in the 1740s.
That's because the fireplace provided warmth for the people in the house, hot water for cooking and cleaning, and ovens for baking bread.
In the 1740s, they kept a hot fire during the daytime and let it die down to coals at night.
www.energyquest.ca.gov /library/ben/ben2.html   (831 words)

 Amazon.com: 1740s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Descendants of William and Margaret McGaughey, settled in York County, Pa. 1740s by Polly Rachel McGaughey Sutton (Unknown Binding - 1991)
Panorama of Nevsky Prospekt in the 1740s: Supplement by V Sadovnikov (Unknown Binding - 1974)
In the 1740s, Prussia was mired in a...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&platform=gurupa&keywords=1740s&search-type=ss&tag=vepoware14-20&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (410 words)

 Amazon.com: A Patriot Press: National Politics and the London Press in the 1740s (Oxford Historical Monographs): Books: ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This is a meticulous and scholarly study of the polemical press of the 1740s, and the first substantial investigation of the politics of the Pelham regime for a generation.
Robert Harris examines the vigorous and wide-ranging debate in tracts and periodicals about the principal issues of the day--the fall of Walpole, the influence of Hanover, the Forty-Five, and the War of the Austrian Succession.
Dr Harris's detailed analysis of the confusing and fragmented politics of the 1740s sheds important light on patterns of change and continuity in the political culture of mid-eighteenth-century English politics.
amazon.com /Patriot-Press-National-Historical-Monographs/dp/0198203780   (947 words)

 Gino Valle ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Prudence, grisaille, 1740s Workshop of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770)Fresco, transferred to canvas; Oval,
Temperance, grisaille, 1740s Workshop of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770)Fresco, transferred to canvas; Oval,
Virtue and Abundance, 1740s Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Workshop (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770); and Girolamo Mengozzi
www.wwar.com /masters/v/valle-gino.html   (586 words)

 Re: 1740s Hamiltons to Virginia Scotch Irish
In Reply to: Re: 1740s Hamiltons to Virginia Scotch Irish by Sheryl Gonzales
Re: 1740s Hamiltons to Virginia Scotch Irish Sheryl Gonzales 11/09/06
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genforum.genealogy.com /hamilton/messages/10630.html   (103 words)

 Wall Street vet's Conn. home built in 1740s Chicago Sun-Times - Find Articles
Wall Street veteran Dan Lufkin, co-founder of influential investment firm Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, paid $5.5 million for a 49-acre estate in Washington, Conn., public records show.
The property, known as Roughlands, includes a two-story, 6,800- square-foot Colonial from the 1740s with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, as well as a 2-bedroom guest cottage, pool and wine cellar.
Constance Milstein -- a principal of Ogden CAP Properties, a New York real-estate company, and a well-known philanthropist -- sold the property, which was listed in the name of a trust.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_20060728/ai_n16635358   (495 words)

 The Winchester Star   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
When they imagined the addition to their 1740s stone farmhouse on Apple Pie Ridge in Frederick County, Julie and Kevin Shanabrook pictured brick or stucco on the exterior.
But as the plans developed, more and more the Shanabrooks wanted the 2,400-square-foot addition to look like the 1,800-square-foot original.
The right section of this 1740s house was added on to the original structure on Apple Pie Ridge.
www.winchesterstar.com /TheWinchesterStar/060318/Life_stone.asp   (737 words)

 Harris (1993) A patriot press: National politics and the London press in the 1740s
Harris (1993) A patriot press: National politics and the London press in the 1740s
A patriot press: National politics and the London press in the 1740s
To view the the latter's ratings, click on Chapters/Papers/Articles in the STATISTICS box, select a publication from the list that appears, and then click on either Quality or Interest in that publication's STATISTICS box.
www.getcited.org /?PUB=102994978&showStat=Ratings   (105 words)

 NCDOT PD&EA: The Eden House Site - Later Settlers at the Site
It is also possible that Structure 1 could have served as a store for people living along the Chowan River, or as a house for a ferryman employed by Eden.
For unknown reasons, people stopped living at this part of the site sometime in the 1740s or early 1750s.
The building that stood over the cellar in Structure 1 was removed or destroyed, and the cellar hole was filled with trash, stone, brick, and wood from the structure.
www.ncdot.org /doh/preconstruct/pe/ohe/archaeology/edenhouse/later.html   (914 words)

 Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
- Prudence, grisaille, 1740s Workshop of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770)Fresco, transferred to canvas; Oval,
- Temperance, grisaille, 1740s Workshop of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770)Fresco, transferred to canvas; Oval,
- Fortitude, grisaille, 1740s Workshop of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian, 1696-1770)Fresco, transferred to canvas; Oval,
www.wwar.com /masters/t/tiepolo-giovanni_battista-works.html   (565 words)

 Lancaster Online.com: Your Life : A winter’s eve with a 1740s feel
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - Take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle and experience Willow Street’s 1719 Hans Herr House in a different light with a Christmas Candlelight Tour.
“Get a feel for what a winter’s evening in the 1740s was like,” director Becky Gochnauer says.
Guests entering the visitors’ center will be greeted with live music, and demonstrators dressed in 18th-century style will offer demonstrations throughout the house and grounds, which are based on Mennonite life in early Lancaster County.
local.lancasteronline.com /4/28300   (335 words)

 Long Island History: Speonk
Eventually, the cattlemen found it easier to build small houses near the meadows to tend the herds.
Most of the early residents came west from Southampton and Bridgehampton in the 1740s, built farms and cleared the forests of cordwood.
In the 1880s, duck farms thrived in Speonk, but few survived past the turn of the century.
www.newsday.com /community/guide/lihistory/ny-historytown-hist007g,0,6982981.story   (319 words)

 Newspaper Activities
Try to find other copies of the Maryland Gazette from the 1740s.
Make a list or use a web organizer to show the different methods of advertising used in the 1740s and 1990s.
Make up an advertisement for something that was essential to life in the 1740s.
www.keyschool.org /londontown/Pages/Pages/newsacts.html   (1393 words)

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