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  History of Nova Scotia, Index of Dates, 1756.
In February, 1756, the Marquis de Montcalm was appointed the French commander in chief in America.
May 20th, 1756: The French fleet engages the badly equipped British fleet under Byng which was charged with bringing relief to the English garrison at Minorca.
July 23rd, 1756: Charles Lawrence is officially sworn in as governor and commander in chief of Nova Scotia.
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 Encyclopedia: 1756
The year 1756 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed here.
Perhaps the greatest musical genius who ever lived, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria, Jan. 27, 1756, the son of Leopold Mozart, concertmaster at the archiepiscopal court, and his wife, Anna Maria Pertl.
In 1763, Leopold was made vice-Kapellmeister at the Salzburg court, whose sympathetic archbishop, Sigismund von Schrattenbach, appreciated and encouraged the activities of Leopold and his children.
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 My Melting Pot - St. Paul's Church, 1756.
There must have been preaching as early as 1756, and no doubt earlier, for the first church was erected in that year.
When Benjamin Franklin went through the territory, 1756, on his way to direct the construction of Fort Allen at Weissport, he met a number of wagons and many people moving away with their effects from the Irish settlement and Lehigh Township.
Paulus Kirche 1756." With the building of the second church, also of logs, the old corner-stone was set in the foundation wall and plastered over, and when the third church was erected 1833, the corner-stone bore the inscription "Gegruendet 1772; neu erbaut 1833", i.e., founded in 1772 and newly erected 1833.
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 Paper Money 1723-1756   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The paper money was to be printed in a manner similar to previous paper money acts, but the first emission was to be repaid by a four-year tax on all landed estates in the province, while the second emission was to be secured by a ten-year excise on liquor retailed in the province.
In the following year the 1756 Assembly declared that the £90,000 emitted in the previous year had already been expended and accordingly appropriated another £100,000 for the defense of the colony (the last mentioned appropriation was executed in two separate acts).
The General Loan Office continued to operate after 1756, but its primary function was restricted to collecting outstanding mortgages and to assisting in the sinking of the wartime paper money issues.
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 SYW Chronology 1756
This island off the southern coast of Spain, garrisoned by 2800 English soldiers at Port Mahon and commanded by General Blakeney, is invaded by a 16000-man French army under the command of the Duc de Richelieu, great nephew of the famous cardinal.
May 20 1756: The English squadron of Admiral Byng, comprising 15 ships of the line and 3 sloops, attacks the squadron of Admiral de la Galissonière comprising 12 ships of the line and 5 frigates.
Defended by 500 English regulars and 1000 militia under the command of Captain Minchin, this town is invested by the army of Siraj-ud-Daula, Nawab of Bengal.
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 Peter Way | Soldiers of Misfortune: New England Regulars and the Fall of Oswego, 1755–1756 | The Massachusetts ...
Mercer to Shirley, 2 July 1756, LO1279/28; Return of Troops at Oswego, 27 July 1756, LO1365/28; John Littlehales, Return of the 50th Regiment from the 24 July to the 14 Aug'st 1756 both days Inclusive, 14 Aug. 1756, LO1481/34; John Barford, Return of the 51st Regiment from July 25 to August 14, 1756, LO1931/34.
In late September it was reported that 27 officers and staff, 24 sergeants, 8 drummers, and 219 rank and file of the 51st were held prisoner at Quebec, while the 50th had 32 officers and staff, 26 sergeants, 25 corporals, 9 drummers, and 248 privates captive in the same city.
Shirley to Bradstreet, 30 Aug. 1756, LO1627/37; Shirley to Loudoun, 4 Sept. 1756, LO1701/38; William Baker to Christopher Kilby, 16 Mar. 1757, LO3071/68; Shirley to Fox, Sept. 16, 1756, in Correspondence of William Shirley, 2:566–576.
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 GOVERNOR CHARLES LAWRENCE: BRITISH GENOCIDE - SCALP PROCLAMATION 1756   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Between 1753 and 1756, many skirmishes occurred between the Mi'kmaq and British forces, as could be expected, since many of the Mi'kmaq Districts were still at war with them.
However, the reaction of Governor Lawrence in 1756, perhaps in retaliation for the assistance given to the Acadians, was typical of English behaviour towards the Mi'kmaq.
The "tribal liability" provisions of the treaties, which branded all Indians guilty, may have also been part of his rationalization when, on May 14, 1756, he issued a scalp proclamation.
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Rinne [Page 1] RFC 1756 Remote Write Protocol January 1995 Message delivering methods are not defined within this document, but the basic method could be a simple write to users terminal.
Usually this id information is user's login id. Response code to successful FROM command is 105, for example: 105 Sender ok. Rinne [Page 3] RFC 1756 Remote Write Protocol January 1995 TO recipentlogin [tty] Tells the server the identification information of the intended recipient of the message.
The user that is receiving the message should be able to define characters to be stripped from the incoming messages to prevent terminal mess-up.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1756.txt   (2573 words)

 1756 Encyclopedia Article, Description, History and Biography @ CreatedByGod.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 Grid 1756 AC Adapter – eBatts.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography: Chladni, Ernst Florens Friedrich (1756-1827)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
German physicist who studied sound and invented musical instruments, helping to establish the science of acoustics.
Chladni was born in Wittenberg, Saxony, on 30 November 1756.
His father insisted that he study law at the University of Leipzig, from which he graduated in 1782.
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 Letters from Voltaire, December 1756   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
[ Tallentyre's commentary: In 1756, the French, under the Duc de Richelieu, took Minorca from the English--the English fleet, under Admiral Byng, retiring before the French.
Britain forgot her traditional love of fair play, and wreaked her bitterness at being beaten on her native element, not on the blundering ministry who had commanded him impossibilities, but on Admiral Byng himself.
In December, 1756, George Keith, Earl Marischal of Scotland (whom Voltaire had met in Prussia), arrived at Les Délices to plead with the man who was fast becoming Humanitarian-in-Chief of Europe to defend Admiral Byng--now arraigned on a charge of treason and cowardice.
humanities.uchicago.edu /homes/VSA/letters/12.1756.html   (772 words)

 RFC 1756 (rfc1756) - Remote Write Protocol - Version 1.0   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
RFC 1756 - Remote Write Protocol - Version 1.0
Network Working Group T. Rinne Request for Comments: 1756 HUT Category: Experimental January 1995 REMOTE WRITE PROTOCOL - VERSION 1.0 Status of this Memo This memo defines an Experimental Protocol for the Internet community.
This memo does not specify an Internet standard of any kind.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1756.html   (2516 words)

 1756 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tax-deductibility of donations - Current budget - Daily report
1753 1754 1755 - 1756 - 1757 1758 1759
1756 was a leap year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar).
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 From Revolution to Reconstruction: Biographies: Aaron Burr Jr
Escorted to the Princeton Cemetery by members of the faculty, students, alumni, a military band, and the Mercer Guards, Burr was buried with full military honors at the foot of his father's and grandfather's graves.
Aaron Burr was born February 6, 1756, in Newark, New Jersey.
Aaron Burr, the father, taught mathematics, ancient languages, and busied himself with raising funds for the college, whidh was shortly (Nov., 1756) to be moved to Princeton, and thither also went the Burr family.
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 2. Continued Jesuit Proselytizing, 1756–1767
A more reasonable explanation of nativistic movements in both 1751 and 1756 seems to be the inference that the structure of the frontier Christian mission fostered native resistance to forced cultural change.
When the Northern Pimans of Bac and the area north of it resorted to violence in 1756, Spanish accounts attributed leadership of the Native American fighters to the Gila River Chief Crow's Head (Havañ mau'au or as rendered in Spanish orthography, Jabanimó).
Referring to San Xavier del Bac Mission, one report stated that “Jabanimó assaulted it with his band of rebel Pimas the year 1756, and aided by the Indians of the Pueblo itself, sacked the Missionary Father's house and the loyal Indians' huts.
southwest.library.arizona.edu /spct/body.1_div.3.html   (4594 words)

 Jacques Cassini (Cassini II, 1677-1756)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Jacques Cassini (Cassini II) was born on February 18, 1677 in Paris as the son of G.D. Cassini (Cassini I).
Jacques Cassini died on April 16, 1756 in Thury-sous-Clermont near Beauvais, aged 79, in a carriage accident.
Jacques Cassini was honored by naming asteroid (24102) Jacquescassini, which had been discovered by C.W. Juels at Fountain Hills observatory on November 9, 1999, and provisionally designated 1999 VD9.
www.seds.org /messier/xtra/Bios/cassini2.html   (171 words)

 The Mozart Project: Biography: 1756-1760
They were led by a Kapellmeister and a vice-Kapellmeister, and in 1756 included a concertmaster, 20 violinists, three cellists, two double bassists, four bassonists, three French hornists, three oboists (doubling on flutes), two trumpeters and one kettledrummer.
Instrumentalists were expected to be composers as well; the three most accomplished of these were given the title "court composer." One of these was Leopold Mozart; in 1763 he would be promoted to vice-Kapellmeister as well.
The second was a boy, born on January 27, 1756.
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 Search Results for 1756 - Encyclopædia Britannica
1738, when the factory was probably founded by Robert and Gilles Dubois, until 1756 (three years after it had become the royal manufactory), when the...
soft-paste porcelain, rather heavy and opaque, produced between 1756 and 1800 in various factories of Liverpool, Eng., largely for export to America and the West Indies.
Swedish poet whose light and graceful verse expressed the prevailing Rococo spirit and Epicurean philosophy of his time.
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 Pope Benedict XIV -16 October 1756 - On the Apostolic Constitution Unigenitus
Encyclical of Pope Benedict XIV promulgated on 16 October 1756.
As an auspice of this desired event, We lovingly give to your Fraternity and the people entrusted to your care the Apostolic Benediction.
Given in Rome at St. Mary Major, 16 October 1756, in the seventeenth year of Our Pontificate.
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La publication en 1756 de 25 parades et 3 préfaces dans le Théâtre des boulevards se présente comme une consécration de cette forme théâtrale.
Il en est jusqu'aux textes recueillis dans l'édition de 1756 qui laissent perplexes quant aux dates de leur première composition; ce qui est certain est qu'ils ne sont pas tous du milieu du siècle.
L'émergence des parades imprimées de 1756 appelle donc une série d'interrogations sur leur nature, leurs origines et leur signification.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~trott/parade.htm   (811 words)

 NJ Archives (I:XX) Newspaper Extracts 1756-1761 (1898) by: Digital Antiquaria :: PayLoadz.com Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Originally published in 1898 as Volume XX of the First Series of the New Jersey Archives, this eBook edition is reformatted for ease of reading, but is complete and unabridged, including footnotes, addenda and corrected errata.
The content is a chronological compilation of extracts from American newspapers relating to events in New Jersey from 1756 through 1761.
Here are the published reports of runaway servants and slaves, land sales, political issues, the progress of the French and Indian War, Biographical Appendix and much more.
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 Automation Systems - ControlLogix / 1756 System Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
All I/O must be remote from the redundant controllers.
ControlLogix redundancy works with remote 1756 I/O, FLEX I/O, drives, operator interfaces, or any other devices that can communicate with a ControlLogix controller over an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet link.
To connect to other networks, bridge through another ControlLogix chassis (not one of the redundant controller chassis).
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 Glossems on Historical Events, Conditions and Movements: Minorca.
Acquitted of cowardice or disaffection, he was found guilty of neglect of duty..."4
Minorca's fate, was, that it was to be captured by the French in June of 1756.
Port Mahon in the Island of Minorca was taken by the British in September of 1708.
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 Pomona 1756 Shielded Low Voltage Spade Lug Patch Cord Pomona 1756
Pomona 1756 Shielded Low Voltage Spade Lug Patch Cord Pomona 1756
Pomona’s Model 1756 is part of a family of test accessories ideal for low voltage precision measurements.
Spade lugs are of high conductivity, gold plated ETP copper alloy 110, to greatly minimizes the effect of Thermal Electric Voltage (Thermal EMF).
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 Pope Benedict XIV - Ex Quo - On the Euchologion - 1 March 1756
To the Archbishops, Bishops and Other Clerics, Secular and Regular, of the Greek Rite Who Enjoy Favor and Communion with the Apostolic See.
Finally We ask you to assist Us by your prayers in Our difficult task of governing the universal Church and We lovingly impart to you Our Apostolic blessing.
Given at Rome in Saint Mary Major's on the 1st of March 1756 in the sixteenth year of Our Pontificate.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/pope0247m.htm   (16162 words)

 Search Results for "1756"
Sandra Day O'Connor, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court.
...NUMBER: 1756 AUTHOR: Sandra Day O Connor, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court QUOTATION: A moment of silence is not inherently religious.
...Island, after obtaining a certificate from our Monthly Meeting, I set off 12th of fifth month, 1756.
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 University of New Hampshire Milne Special Collections and Archives - Online Exhibit - The Popular Press in New ...
ortsmouth was the first town in New Hampshire to have a printing press, in 1756.
Owned and operated by Daniel Fowle (1715-1787), the press concentrated primarily on printing the newspaper, The New Hampshire Gazette.
Fowle also printed state laws and a few pamphlets, and is credited with printing the first book in New Hampshire, Good News From a Far Country.
www.izaak.unh.edu /exhibits/press   (896 words)

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