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  Lecture 12: The French Revolution - Moderate Stage, 1789-1792
So, on AUGUST 4, 1789, French aristocrats surrendered their special privileges by decree (ratified August 11, 1789).
However, on October 5, 1789, several hundred Parisian men and women marched the twelve miles to Versailles in order to protest the lack of bread to Louis and the National Assembly.
By the end of 1789, Louis had made several concessions to the National Assembly, none of which he sincerely intended to keep.
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  La Déclaration de 1789s
The 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen is, with the decrees of 4th and 11th August 1789 on the abolition of feudal rights, one of the fundamental texts voted by the national constitutional Assembly, formed following the meeting of the Etats Généraux.
It is the document from 26th August 1789 which became a reference for French political institutions, notably in the Constitutions of 1852, 1946 and 1958.
In 1789, it was forgotten that the third estate acted as a noble vassal: it was considered to be the expression of the people.
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  French Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
When the Estates-General convened in Versailles on May 5, 1789, lengthy speeches by Necker and Lamoignon, the keeper of the seals, did little to give guidance to the deputies, who were remanded to separate meeting places to credential their members.
On July 11 1789, King Louis, acting under the influence of the conservative nobles of his privy council, as well as his wife, Marie Antoinette, and brother, the Comte d'Artois, banished the reformist minister Necker and completely reconstructed the ministry.
On July 14 1789, after four hours of combat, the insurgents seized the Bastille prison, killing the governor, Marquis Bernard de Launay, and several of his guards.
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 Judiciary Act of 1789: Primary Documents of American History (Virtual Programs & Services, Library of Congress)
The Judiciary Act of 1789, officially titled "An Act to Establish the Judicial Courts of the United States," was signed into law by President George Washington on September 24, 1789.
On July 17, 1789, the day the bill was passed by the Senate, Maclay wrote, "I opposed this bill from the beginning.
On September 28, 1789, George Washington wrote Edmund Randolph a letter concerning his nomination as attorney general, a position created by the Judiciary Act of 1789.
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 Timeline 1780-1789
1789 Jul 14, The French dwarf Richeborg stood 23 inches and was costumed as a baby in diapers during the French Revolution.
1789 Jul 14, Historian Francois Furet (1927-1997), a leading writer on the French Revolution, was best known for his work: "Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution." He refuted Marxist interpretations of the events that preceded and followed the fall of the monarchy.
1789 Dec, In India’s city of Coringa 3 tidal waves caused by a cyclone destroyed the harbor city at the mouth of the Ganges river.
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 1789 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1789 was a common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar).
September 24 - The Judiciary Act of 1789 establishes the Supreme Court of the United States and the federal judiciary.
September 25 - The United States Congress proposes a set of twelve amendments for ratification by the states.
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 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on 1789 at Epinions.com
I attribute it to the fact that 1789 is not usually open for lunch or brunch and it seemed shorter staffed than usual.
Since so many people were coming in for the event, 1789 made the entire menu available at that price with the exception of a few pricier items, which were still offered inexpensively.
As an aside, I'd like to comment that we've been to 1789 over a half a dozen times and we've consistently seen the same people working there and they all seem happy to be there.
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 CalendarHome.com - 1789 - Calendar Encyclopedia
1789 was a common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar).
September 24 - The Judiciary Act of 1789 establishes the Supreme Court of the United States and the federal judiciary.
September 25 - The United States Congress proposes a set of twelve amendments for ratification by the states.
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /1789.htm   (892 words)

 Thomas Jefferson Papers : 1789 Catalog of Books
It seems to be a list of titles he purchased (either for himself or others) while serving as minister plenipotentiary between 1785 and 1789.
The 1789 Catalog of Books differs from the 1783 Catalog of Books, another manuscript volume in the same collection that lists the books in Jefferson's personal library.
The classification scheme found in the 1789 Catalog of Books is the same as the scheme Jefferson uses in the 1783 Catalog of Books.
www.thomasjeffersonpapers.org /catalog1789   (348 words)

 Our Documents - Federal Judiciary Act (1789)
The founders of the new nation believed that the establishment of a national judiciary was one of their most important tasks.
Yet Article III of the Constitution of the United States, the provision that deals with the judiciary branch of government, is markedly smaller than Articles I and II, which created the legislative and executive branches.
The generality of Article III of the Constitution raised questions that Congress had to address in the Judiciary Act of 1789.
www.ourdocuments.gov /doc.php?flash=false&doc=12   (397 words)

 1789 articles on Encyclopedia.com
It is charged with advising the president on fiscal policy and acting as fiscal agent for the federal government.
Formed in 1789 by the Breton deputies to the States-General, it was reconstituted as the Society of Friends of the Constitution after the revolutionary National Assembly moved (Oct., 1789) to Paris.
His oratory of July 12, 1789, contributed to the storming of the Bastille two days later.
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 Louisiana Timeline: Year 1789
On April 17, 1789 another meeting is held to plan a funeral events commemorating the accession of his son Carlos IV.
The pomp and ceremony of the funeral events of Carlos III break the monotony of being an isolated colonial capital.
In 1789 Peter Paulus petitions the Cabildo for permission to treat all venereal diseases and is granted a limited license to practice medicine.
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 Washingtonian Online - Restaurants & Dining   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Most 1789 regulars stick with their favorites on the menu—jumbo lump crabcakes, a classic Caesar salad, a robust rack of lamb, sea scallops, and a delicious Tarte au Fromage Blanc with figs and a port wine sauce.
We seldom know much about the party's preferences or tastes, but 1789 is a restaurant we recommend with a high level of certainty that diners will go away happy.
1789 is a favorite of Georgetowners, and a meal there is a quintessential Washington experience.
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 GovTrack: H.R. 1789: Text of Legislation
HR 1789 IH 3 1 (5) Drug treatment is cost effective, even when 2 compared with residential treatment, the most ex- 3 pensive type of treatment.
Follow- HR 1789 IH 5 1 up studies reveal that 91 percent of those who par- 2 ticipated in the seminar report that they are still 3 using the techniques up to 5 years later.
Amounts made available under this subsection shall 25 be used to supplement and not supplant amounts being HR 1789 IH 13 1 used on the date of enactment of this section for activities 2 of the types described in this section.
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A young woman sits wide-eyed and intent as an older woman with spectacles and long nose and chin reads her tea cup and points to lines in her palm.
In this scene from the end of Act III, Charles Surface auctions off portraits of his ancestors to a portly buyer, visably displeased, who unbeknownst to Charles is his uncle just returned after years in Asia.
A young woman and gentleman dally on a couch, she leaning back against the arm, her shift loose so one breast is exposed.
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 The Revolution (1789-1799)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The States General, assembled at Versailles from 9th July 1789 onwards, abolished absolute monarchy and the feudal system.
The excessive violence of the revolutionary and counter-revolutionary factions, together with the economic crisis and the rising power of the army contributed to Napoléon Bonaparte's successful coup d'état in 1799.
Hennequin became involved with the most intransigent of revolutionary groups, while Gros was quick to champion the Bonapartist epic.
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 Search Results for 1789 - Encyclopædia Britannica
Hence the conventional term “Revolution of 1789,” denoting the end of the ancien régime...
E-text of the historical document related to the French Estates-General convened in 1789 by Louis XVI.
Cahier of 1789: The Clergy of Blois and Romorantin
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 Clyde's Restaurant Group :: Restaurants:: 1789_Restaurant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
1789 Restaurant opened in 1961 and is widely acknowledged to offer the quintessence of fine dining in Washington, D.C. Acclaimed Executive Chef Nathan Beauchamp and his “keep it simple” approach permit the best quality ingredients to define each dish.
This inspired creativity is served up in the relaxed elegance of a country inn.
Decorated with American antiques, period equestrian and historical prints, and Limoges china, the five dining rooms offer comfortable surroundings in a renovated Federal house on the edge of the Georgetown University campus.
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 1789 - TLP
In 1789 "St. Domingo had attained a height of prosperity not surpassed in the history of European colonies.
In 1789 Vincent Ogé makes a motion to the Assembly of Colonists in Paris.
At the beginning of 1789, a year after it's founding in 1788, the Société des Amis des Noirs (French anti-slavery organization) has over 140 members.
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 Election of 1789
George Washington was the unanimous choice of the electors who cast their presidential ballots in February 1789.
The Constitution had not provided for the direct election of the chief executive, but instead had fashioned a more cumbersome Electoral College as a means of tempering democratic passions.
Washington took the oath of office on April 30, 1789 in New York City, the site of the capital for the next eighteen months.
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 1789 - Webled.com
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The U.S. presidential election of 1789 was the first presidential election in the United States of America.
Prior to the adoption of the United States Constitution in 1789, the United States had no office of President.
On June 17, 1789, the Third Estate began the French Revolution by declaring itself a National Assembly.
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 1789 in Washington, DC - AOL City Guide
To say that a restaurant is a Washington institution has become a cliche, but no place deserves the label like 1789.
Built into a renovated 19th-century house and decorated with American antiques and equestrian prints, this Georgetown restaurant is as historic as the city itself.
1789 has always been a favorite of mine since 2002.
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 Travels in France during the Years 1787, 1788, 1789   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
He had quitted Paris towards the end of June, 1789, having come to the conclusion that, with the constitution of the National Assembly "the whole business now seemed over and the revolution complete." With true British coolness he pursued his agricultural inquiries, this time taking an easterly direction.
When, in 1789, he passed within a few miles of the marvellously placed little cathedral city of St. Claude, the all-puissant count-bishop, inheritor of the rich abbey and its seigneurial dependencies, had only just been compelled to enfranchise his forty thousand serfs.
These bond-servants of a Christian prelate, whose cause the so-called atheist Voltaire had pleaded magnanimously in vain, were up to that time mainmortable—that is to say, if childless, they had no power to bequeath their property, which accrued to the seigneur.
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 Fourth Degree - Knights of Columbus - District 5 - Cardinal McGuigan Province - Zone 6   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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 Judiary Act of 1789
Ellsworth was the principle author of the judiciary Act of 1789, the charter for the federal judiciary system and the Marshals Service.
The Act provided a charter for the federal judicial system by specifying the jurisdiction and powers of the district and circuit courts, and the qualifications and authority of federal judges, district attorneys, court clerks, U.S. Marshals, and Deputy Marshals.
Their history is also the story of a nation's unending attempt to balance the need for law and order against the demand for individual freedom and the rights of the states.
www.usdoj.gov /marshals/history/judiciary/judiary_act_of_1789.htm   (466 words)

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