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  SYW Chronology 1761
Early July 1761: Swedish General Lantinghausen resigns and is replaced by General Ehrenswärdt.
Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick’s 65000-man Allied army defeats a 92000-man French army under the joint command of the Marshals the Duc de Broglie and the Prince de Soubise.
August 20 - October 9 1761: Upon news that the Austrians and Russians have formed a junction with their respective armies, Frederick digs his army in at the fortified camp of Bunzelwitz, Silesia.
www.sevenyearswarassociation.com /Reference/SYWChron1761.html   (0 words)

  
  Summary: HR 1761, Copyright Damages Improvement Act of 1999.
HR 1761 RH was the version adopted by the House Judiciary Committee on May 26, and the full House on August 2.
Under HR 1761, this range is increased to $700 to $30,000.
It is identical to the HR 1761 RH, except that it does not include the section pertaining to sentencing guidelines.
www.techlawjournal.com /cong106/copyright/Default.htm   (799 words)

  
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Bussy to Choiseul, (August 25, 1761), Bussy, Francois de in: A. 444: 202 and in Pease, pp.
Memoir of Choiseul, (Sept. 6, 1761), Choiseul, Cesar Gabriel, Comte de Duc de Praslin in: A. 444:255 and in Pease, pp.
Bussy to Choiseul, (Sept. 19, 1761), Bussy, Francois de in: A. 444:311 and in Pease, pp.
www.gbl.indiana.edu /archives/miamis13/miamitoc15.html   (1049 words)

  
 William Venible, Fort Pitt, 1761
This was a brief and tantalizing clue from Charles Hanna's The Wilderness Trail, Vol.
Re: William Venible, Fort Pitt, 1761 Ellen Venable Poteet 12/12/00
Re: William Venible, Fort Pitt, 1761 jim fruge 12/29/00
genforum.genealogy.com /venable/messages/389.html   (83 words)

  
 Search Results for "1761"
On the 10th of the fifth month, 1761, being the first day of the week, I went to Haddonfield Meeting, concluding...
...NUMBER: 1761 AUTHOR: Lawrence Pierce, Judge, US Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit QUOTATION: Although the employer may perhaps lawfully destroy its own reputation, its...
1761 On Oct. 1, the Austrians took Schweidnitz.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=1761   (288 words)

  
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This paper was written so that others may write programs to interpret the capture files generated by snoop, or create capture files that can be interpreted by snoop.
The Identification Pattern consists of the 8 hexadecimal octets: 73 6E 6F 6F 70 00 00 00 This is the ASCII string "snoop" followed by three null octets.
Callaghan & Gilligan [Page 4] RFC 1761 Snoop Packet Capture File Format February 1995 Cumulative Drops 32-bit unsigned integer representing the number of packets that were lost by the system that created the packet file between the first packet record in the file and this one.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1761.txt   (896 words)

  
 BBC - History - John Rennie (1761 - 1821)
BBC - History - John Rennie (1761 - 1821)
Rennie was born on 7 June 1761, the fourth son of a prosperous farmer on the Phantassie estate near the village of East Linton, 20 miles east of Edinburgh.
He played truant from school to watch what went on at the local millwright's workshop - run by the celebrated mechanic, Andrew Meikle, the inventor of the threshing machine - and began to work there when he was 12 years old, while continuing his education.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/historic_figures/rennie_john.shtml   (0 words)

  
 RFC 1761 (rfc1761) - Snoop Version 2 Packet Capture File Format
RFC 1761 - Snoop Version 2 Packet Capture File Format
Network Working Group B. Callaghan Request for Comments: 1761 R. Gilligan Category: Informational Sun Microsystems, Inc. February 1995 Snoop Version 2 Packet Capture File Format 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/rfc1761.html   (920 words)

  
 GENUKI/Devon: Devon Quarter Sessions - Midsummer 1761
Committed 6th March 1761 by Sarah Locker [widow] surviving Executrix of Thomas Locker deceased, and 29th March 1761 by John Marsh; George Reeve; and John Wilson.
Committed 21st May 1761 by John Were and Mary Were and 10th June 1761 by John Maunder.
Committed 16th March 1761 by Mary Hurford [spinster] and 10th June 1761 by Richard Squire the younger.
genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk /DEV/CourtRecords/QS32-42.html   (845 words)

  
 Editor's Introductory Notes: 1761
[2] Sarah Crosby left London for Derby at the beginning of 1761, She met classes, and on February 8 found two hundred present.
She could not speak particularly to each, and therefore told them of what God had done for her and exhorted them to flee from sin.
Wesley had a high opinion of Thomas Olivers's judgement and skill as a controversialist, and these questions were probably intended to guide his thought and study.
wesley.nnu.edu /john_wesley/letters/1761-notes.htm   (802 words)

  
 The Class of 1761: Examinations, State, and Elites in Eighteenth-Century China - Iona D. Man-Cheong   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Class of 1761 reveals the workings of China's imperial examination system from the unique perspective of a single graduating class.
The book explores the rigors and flexibilities of the examination system as it disciplined men for political life and shows how the system legitimated both the Manchu throne and the majority non-Manchu elite.
In the system's intricately articulated networks, we discern the stability of the Qing empire and the fault lines that would grow to destabilize it.
www.sup.org /book.cgi?book_id=4146   (147 words)

  
 Homosexuality in 18th-cent. England: Newspaper Reports, 1761
He immediately received sentence to stand in the pillory, once within a month at the Royal Exchange, to suffer three months imprisonment in Newgate, and to pay a fine of 20l.
Friday next is the day appointed for a certain Tradesman in Cornhill, lately convicted of a crime too bad to be named, to stand upon the pillory near the Royal Exchange.
The same report report was published in the London Chronicle for 15-17 October 1761.
www.infopt.demon.co.uk /1761news.htm   (616 words)

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