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  USS Vincennes (1826) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first USS Vincennes was the first United States warship to circumnavigate the globe.
She was laid down at New York in 1825; launched on 27 April 1826; and commissioned on 27 August 1826, Master Commandant William Bolton Finch in command.
Vincennes first sailed on September 3, 1826 from New York into the Pacific, where she made her way to Macao by 1830.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Vincennes_(1826)   (1279 words)

 Dose Optimization of a Doxorubicin Prodrug (HMR 1826) in Isolated Perfused Human Lungs: Low Tumor pH Promotes Prodrug ...
HMR 1826 concentration in perfusate and the concentration of HMR
1826 in normal lung and lung tumor tissue.
1826 was much higher in the acid environment of tumor tissue.
jpet.aspetjournals.org /cgi/content/full/301/1/223   (4044 words)

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Atkinson Standards Track [Page 2] RFC 1826 IP Authentication Header August 1995 1.2 Requirements Terminology In this document, the words that are used to define the significance of each particular requirement are usually capitalised.
Fields which NECESSARILY are modified during transit from the sender to the receiver (e.g., TTL and HEADER CHECKSUM for IPv4 or Hop Limit for IPv6) and whose value at the receiver are not known with certainty by the sender are included in the authentication data calculation but are processed specially.
Atkinson Standards Track [Page 12] RFC 1826 IP Authentication Header August 1995 DISCLAIMER The views and specification here are those of the author and are not necessarily those of his employer.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1826.txt   (3759 words)

 1826 Coin of the Year   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although George IV came to the throne in 1820, it was not until 1826 that a £5 coin ws issued.
The first was a laureate head used from 1820, the second was a bare head used only on the £2 coins of 1823, and the third was the bare head used from 1826 onwards.
It was probably the most attractive of all three designs, and was the reason for the issue of the proof coin set.
www.coinoftheyear.com /1826.html   (146 words)

    D. Vogel, "Rethinking the 1826 Judicial Decision" ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Despite general agreement that Joseph Smith was brought before justice Albert Neely in March 1826 under the charge of being a "disorderly person," the legalities of his experience in South Bainbridge, New York, continue to be debated and misunderstood.
However, Smith's subsequent return to South Bainbridge, first about November 1826 seeking employment with Stowell and again in January 1827 to be married by Justice Tarble, suggests that there was more involved than Smith's escaping custody.
See Zechariah Tarble Bill of Costs, 1826, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Chenango County Office Building, Norwich, New York; Levi Bigelow Bill of Costs, 1826, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Chenango County Office Building, Norwich, NY; and James Humphrey Bill of Costs, 1826, Chenango County Historical Society, Norwich, NY.
mormonscripturestudies.com /ch/dv/1826.asp   (4040 words)

 Pages 31-33--Joseph Smith's 1826 Trial and Magic Talisman, A Response to the Anonymous LDS Historian, Jerald and Sandra ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mormons have recently been inclined to grant that Joseph Smith, Jr., was tried in 1826, but they do not believe he was found guilty, and they therefore tend to regard the printed record as a falsification.
The Jupiter talisman is probably the type of talisman a money digger would be interested in because it was supposed to bring its possessor "the gain of riches, and favor, and power,..." Regardless of when Joseph Smith obtained his talisman, we do know that he possessed it up to the time of his death.
The discovery of evidence to prove Joseph Smith's 1826 trial was certainly a devastating blow to Mormonism, for it proved that Smith was a believer in magical practices.
www.xmission.com /~country/reason/clndest7.htm   (2753 words)

 FAIR Topical Guide: 1826 Trial
Marvin S. Hill, "Joseph Smith and the 1826 Trial: New Evidence and New Difficulties," BYU Studies, Vol.
This article thoroughly examines the many claims and sources relating to this topic, and concludes by announcing that the deep sense of religious calling in Joseph's personality can no longer be ignored in any serious study of his character.
30:2 (1990) Since the subject of the 1826 trial of Joseph Smith has been extensively reported and commented upon, one quite rightly wonders what else is new or old to be said about that blip in Mormon history.
www.fairlds.org /apol/ai059.html   (677 words)

 Indiana Towns-1826   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
By 1826, the 10th year of Indiana's Statehood, there were 53 counties and 132 towns within the boundaries of the State.
The areas of present day Indiana not included within the State in 1826 were the Indian Lands, Wabash County, Miami Indian Reserve, and an "unsettled area" described as " A district of country bounded east by Bartholomew, south by Jackson, West by Monroe, and north by Morgan and Johnson Counties.
The information in the following 2 tables, one alphabetical by town; the other alphabetical by county; was taken from: The Indiana Gazetteer, or Topographical Dictionary, containing a Description of the Several Counties, Settlements, Rivers, Towns, Roads, Creeks, Villages, Lakes, Springs, etc. in the State of Indiana, Alphabetically arranged By John Scott.
www.hoosierweb.org /indytown.htm   (312 words)

 Johann Elert Bode (1747-1826)
Johann Elert Bode was born on January 19, 1747 in Hamburg, Germany, the son of a merchant in Hamburg.
In 1825, after almost 40 years, Bode retired from the post of a director of the Berlin Observatory, and was succeeded by J.F. Encke.
Johann Elert Bode died on November 23, 1826 in Berlin, Germany, when he was still working on the Jahrbuch for 1830.
www.seds.org /messier/xtra/Bios/bode.html   (769 words)

 Pages 11-14--Joseph Smith's 1826 Trial, A Response to the Anonymous LDS Historian, Jerald and Sandra Tanner, D. Michael ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1826 he was brought to trial for this practice and was found guilty.
For example, they state (on page 33) that the recently discovered bill of charges from the 1826 trial of Joseph Smith 'proves that the published court record is authentic.' The published 'court record' appeared in contradictory versions in 1831, 1873, 1877, and 1883, several of which allegedly quote detailed testimony from this trial.
The reason the 1826 trial is so devasting [sic] to the claims of Mormonism is that it links Joseph Smith to the occult.
www.xmission.com /~country/reason/clndest3.htm   (1882 words)

 University of Notre Dame Archives: Calendar (1826)
Helene Lesart, born June 7, 1826, daughter of Antoine Lesart and Catherine Petit Visagre and privately baptized by Antoine Manencon.
Since Fenwick is administrator of the territory of Michigan and the Northwest he has found in that region many who have not been married, or who have done so with impediments of affinity ex licita copula or with non-baptized persons.
At the request of Archbishop Ambrose Maréchal of Baltimore for Fenwick the faculties granted by Pope Leo XII on Dec. 10, 1826 to Fenwick may be subdelegated for curing these marriages.
archives.nd.edu /calendar/cal1826.htm   (6320 words)

 The Facts about the 1826 Trial of Joseph Smith
For many years it appeared that the 1826 trial of Joseph might have been confused with the 1830 trial and therefore didn't occur.
Although William D. Purple claims to have told about the trial: "and by reason of his public and private rehearsals of them in later years", it is not used to discredit Joseph Smith by any of the anti-Mormon authors until the trial record was published in 1873.
Judge Neely's bill, and Constable Philip DeZeng bill for the 1826 trial was found and published in 1971, which shows that Joseph did appear before Judge Neely on March 20, 1826.
www.lightplanet.com /response/1826Trial/facts.html   (1856 words)

 The 1826 Trial of Joseph Smith
So, we have what has been called "The 1826 Trial of Joseph Smith", even though the records show that this wasn't actually a trial.
It was easy to cast doubt on the reality of the 1826 trial until the bills from Judge Albert Neely and Constable Philip De Zeng were found in 1971.
Another factor about the 1826 trial is that the early critics essentially ignored it.
www.fairlds.org /pubs/conf/2002AndR.html   (6981 words)

R v Pritchard, Cooper, Rawson, Hunt and Brookes, 1826
R v Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826
Registrar of the Supreme Court v Beveridge, 1826
www.law.mq.edu.au /scnsw/html/1826.htm   (67 words)

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 MWP: William Clark Falkner (1826-1889)
Soldier, statesman, railroad-builder, and author, Colonel William Falkner’s importance to northeast Mississippi and his influence on his great-grandson named after him, William Faulkner, is immense.
The details of William Clark Falkner’s life are obscured by legend, beginning with his date of birth on July 6, 1826 (some scholars say 1825) in Knox County, Tennessee.
Family lore asserts that the name was originally spelled Faulkner but that the Colonel dropped the “u.”; While still very young, Falkner moved with his family to St. Genevieve, Missouri; at age seventeen, however, he went to Pontotoc, Mississippi, to live with his uncle, T. Word, but ended up settling in Ripley, Mississippi.
www.olemiss.edu /mwp/dir/falkner_william_clark   (937 words)

 William Clark's Diary, May, 1826 - February, 1831, Part 1, edited by Louisa BARRY, Kansas Historical Quarterly, ...
The flood of 1826 was a memorable one.
Generals William Clark, Thomas Hinds and John Coffee were appointed commissioners to hold councils with the Chickasaws and Choctaws for the purpose of securing the Indians' relinquishment of their lands in the state of Mississippi.
Kish-co ("guardian to Indians"), was a "signer" of the Indian peace treaty of October 7, 1826, and the Kickapoo treaty of October 24, 1832.
www.kancoll.org /khq/1948/48_1_barry.htm   (8962 words)

 Chickasaw Treaty Refusal -- 1826
It should be noted that this report included the later Choctaw negotiations of November before the former Chickasaw negotiations held in October.
We have received your answers to our talks on Saturday; we are sorry to hear that you cannot see any sound objections we have to our father's request.
The foregoing is a correct copy of the proceedings of the commissioners during their negotiations with the Chickasaw nation of Indians.
www.chickasawhistory.com /t8.htm   (9030 words)

 Heir Lines: 1826 marriage records.(Brief Article)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
I do hereby certify that I solemnized the rite of matrimony between James Bailey & Catherine Gaskill on 21 of September 1826.
Clerk of the Court of Warren County bearing date July 18th 1826, I duly solemnized on the same dat the marriage of Hartly T. Howard & Ann White.
The State of Ohio--This is to certify that on the 5th of September A.D. Warren...
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:92586766&refid=holomed_1   (201 words)

 Cork Art History (1826-1850)
The sculptor John Hogan, who was studying from the casts in the Institution at this time, carved a male and a female skeleton for Dr. Woodroffe, for use in teaching anatomy.
When the Society for promoting the Fine Arts existed as an independent body, I was in the habit (at their request) of delivering a course of lectures on Anatomy as connected with sculpture and painting.
A number of such churches, mostly gothic in style, were commissioned by the Church of Ireland Board of First Fruits, and designed by the Pains; James Pain was their official architect for the Southern province.
www.crawfordartgallery.com /1826-1850.html   (17490 words)

 1826 articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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48,761), seat of Morgan co., N Ala., on the Tennessee River; inc. 1826.
It has shipyards, port traffic, and diverse industries, including steel manufacturing.
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 IAFF Local 1826
The Local 1826 bi-monthly meeting will be held at the SW FL International Airport Training Center.
The next scheduled meeting is Thursday, February 23rd, 2006 at 6:30PM.
You must be logged on as a registered member to view.
www.local1826.com   (576 words)

 The Avalon Project : Cemetery in Algiers - March 21, 1826
"Resolution" signed at Algiers March 21, 1826 Approved by the President of the United States (1)
Department of State files; enclosure to letter of March 25, 1826, from the U.S. consulate at Algiers
Consequently, it has been agreed that each Consul will submit this proposal to his Government and obtain authorization to enclose the European cemetery in Algiers without delay, a tribute due the deceased who are already buried there and to those whom fate may bring to this foreign soil in the future.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/intdip/usmulti/usmu006.htm   (168 words)

 USN Ships--USS Vincennes (1826-1867)
USS Vincennes, a 703-ton Boston class sloop of war, was built at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York.
Commissioned in August 1826, she sailed to the Pacific by way of Cape Horn and cruised extensively in that ocean until 1830.
Her return voyage was made by way of China, the Philippines, the Indian Ocean and the Cape of Good Hope, with arrival in New York in June 1830.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-v/vincenns.htm   (1140 words)

 ARC :: Gustave Moreau (1826-1898) :: Page 1 of 5
Sort collection by :: qualityThe ARC staff has roughly sorted our larger image collections for specific artists such that the most famous or, in our opinion, the most relatively important paintings come first.
MOREAU, GUSTAVE (1826—1898), French painter, was born in Paris on the 6th of April 1826.
His father was an architect, who, discerning the lad’s promise, sent him to study under Picot, a second-rate artist but clever teacher.
www.artrenewal.org /asp/database/art.asp?aid=78   (661 words)

 Blackwater Station : 1826 Release Note   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
1826 is set in France, the game is designed for 2 to 6 players and should take about 5 hours to play.
Early trains have a range (2, 4, 6 or 10 hexes) while the later trains (E and TGV) runs a specific number of stops.
This page is maintained by Chris Lawson (chris.lawson@virgin.net) Last Updated 9th September 2001
www.18xx.net /1826/1826r.htm   (382 words)

In testimony whereof, the said James Barbour, Secretary of War, authorized as aforesaid, and the chiefs of the said Creek nation of Indians, have hereunto set their hands, at the City of Washington, the day and year aforesaid.
It is hereby agreed, in consideration of the extension of said lines, on the part of the other party to the Treaty aforesaid, in behalf of the United States, to pay to the Creek Nation, immediately upon the ratification of said Treaty, the sum of thirty thousand dollars.
digital.library.okstate.edu /kappler/Vol2/treaties/cre0264.htm   (944 words)

 Hawaii-United States Treaty - 1826
The ships and vessels of the United States (as well as their Consuls and all other citizens within the territorial jurisdiction of the Sandwich Islands, together with all their property), shall be inviolably protected against all Enemies of the United States in time of war.
Done in council at Honolulu, Island of Waohoo, this 23rd day of December in the year of our Lord 1826.
Mahalo to Sam Monet (monet@hawaii-nation.org) and the Hawaii Resource Library for providing the text of this document.
www.hawaii-nation.org /treaty1826.html   (206 words)

 Calendar for 1825-1826
The Anaconda must have had family appeal as the children (and the gallery) loudly applauded the serpent (Times, 24 January 1826).
On December 26 1825, the police had to be called in to deal with a disturbance in the gallery which rendered two of the pieces inaudible.
The theatre opened again on 26 June 1826, for a benefit for the Royalty Theatre, which had been destroyed by fire.
www.emich.edu /public/english/adelphi_calendar/m25d.htm   (9654 words)

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