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1833 Gauss, in Intensitas vis magnetica terrestris, presented a rigorous mathematical analysis of the earth's magnetic field and proposed a system of absolute units...
1833 Educational reform, although schooling was mandated by the factory act, was quite limited.
1833 Death of Ahmad al-Zayyani, Berber statesman and historian.
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  1833 in art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Carl Vogel, Die letzte Krankheit Goethe's (1833) Nebst einer Nachschrift von C.W. Hufeland.
BKV 1833 Der Binger Karneval-Verein 1833 e.V. stellt sich vor und beschreibt seine Aktivitäten.
House of 1833 Built in 1833, this early 19th century Greek Revival home located on three acres was converted to a five room bed and breakfast in 1994.
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 The English Novel, 1830–36: 1833
ER 58: 268 (Oct 1833); LG 869: 590 (14 Sept 1833); ECB 134 (Sept 1833).
LG 871: 622 (28 Sept 1833); ER 58: 268 (Oct 1833); ECB 257 (Sept 1833).
LG 871: 622 (28 Sept 1833); ECB 191 (Sept 1833).
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H.R. 1833 leaves alternative procedures, including other methods of abortion, available for a physician to use in a case where a mother's life or health is threatened by bringing her child to term.
H.R. 1833 would ban most instances of a late-term abortion procedure known as "partial-birth abortion." Violators of the bill's provisions would be subject to a criminal fine or imprisonment.
H.R. 1833 represents an effort to exploit a highly sensitive and personal family issue; namely a decision to seek a late-term abortion where a fetus is severely disfigured and has no opportunity for long term survival, or where a woman's life, health or future reproductive capacity may be severely threatened.
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 1833   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Was erected in December 1833 and contained Townships 13, 14 and 15 of Range 1 East, which were then part of Washington Township.
Was erected in December 1833, being taken from Richland; and was bounded as follows: beginning at the Northwest corner of Township 13 North, Range 2 East, thence south to the township line, thence east to the east line of Section 35, thence north to the township line, and west to the place of beginning.
In December 1833, the north tier of sections of Township 11 North was taken in Washington Township, but was put into German Township a year later.
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 RFC 1833 (rfc1833) - Binding Protocols for ONC RPC Version 2
RFC 1833: Hello, This site is simply very good...
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RFC 1833: Wow, design is much better from my last visit,my respect!
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 1833   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The LSC record is 1,833 set by Alma Brahimaj of Central Oklahoma from 1999-2002.
That means many of the older titles were flushed, but the average venue count for the openers came in at about 1,833, meaning at least half of the debutantes...
During the spring and summer of 1833, rock ledge was blasted 20 or 30 feet deep.
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 1833 New Brunswick Census of Madawaska - Main Page
This is a transcription of a special census of the Madawaska Settlement undertaken by the Province of New Brunswick in late 1833.
Indeed, the census seems to have been undertaken in November 1833; it was signed by J.A. Maclauchlan, Comissioner, at Fredericton on 3 December 1833, and "laid before the House of Assembly by order of His Excellency" on 13 February 1834 under the name "Mr.
Comparing the 1833 harvest with the average crop of previous years, it becomes obvious why the Provincial government decided to survey the settlement to determine the households in need of aid: the wheat crop is only 1/3 of the usual; oats are at 39 percent of normal; peas at 31 percent; potatoes at about 2/3.
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 Kalamazoo College Fund
The 1833 Society is the leadership giving society of the Kalamazoo College Fund.
It is comprised of a dedicated group of alumni, parents and friends of the College who have a willingness to give and a drive to change students' lives for the better.
The 1833 Society of the Kalamazoo College Fund was established in 1987.
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 Encyclopedia: John Taylor (1752-1833)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A History of Ten Baptist Churches¹ was issued in 1823, and A History of Clear Creek Church: and Campbellism Exposed in 1830.
He died in 1833 near Forks of Elkhorn in Franklin County, Kentucky.
Because of his pamphlet Thoughts on Missions, in which Taylor criticized missionary societies and their methods, John Taylor's name is associated with the anti-missionary movement among Baptists.
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 1833 in science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The year 1833 CE in science and technology included many events some of which listed here.
See also: 1832 in science other events of 1833 1834 in science and the list of years in science.
John Randolph of Roanoke, a distant cousin of Thomas Jefferson (whose mother was a Randolph), cut one of the outstanding figures in American politics in the first third of the nineteenth century.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Oxford Movement (1833-1845)
That is the point of view maintained in the "Tracts for the Times" from 1833 to 1841, which gave its familiar name to the "Tractarian" Movement.
Keble's sermon in itself not very striking on "National Apostasy", had marked 14 July, 1833, as the birthday of a "second Reformation." At Hadleigh, H.J. Rose and three other clergymen had met in conference, 25 29 July, and were endeavoring to start a society of Church defence, with machinery and safeguards, as befitted responsible persons.
But he never doubted that the movement of 1833 was a work of Providence; or that its leaders, long after his own departure from them, were "leavening the various English denominations and parties (far beyond their own range) with principles and sentiments tending towards their ultimate absorption into the Catholic Church."
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 Psi Upsilon Fraternity
The 1833 Club encourages members to build their record of consecutive years of giving earlier and faster.
As a member you will receive an 1833 Club lapel pin to wear proudly and your name will be listed in The DIAMOND and other Psi U publications earning respect and appreciation of all brothers.
Those brothers who joined the 1833 Club in its first year are recognized as the Founders of the 1833 Club.
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 DoorKing Telephone Entry Systems - Access Control Solutions
The Model 1833 is an ideal telephone entry and access control system that is suited for applications that do not require a directory or in applications where a separate directory exists.
For additional security, the 1833 allows you to monitor activity AS IT HAPPENS on your computer display (requires RS-232 connection), and with our anti-pass back memory, you can enable a TRUE anti-pass back system in one of three different configurations; passive, active and trap.
The 1833 is available in two styles: Surface mount and Flush mount.
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 1833 In Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The inventor, born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1833, became...
See also: 1832 in literature, other events of 1833, 1834 in literature, list of years in literature.
January - Honore Daumier is released from prison after serving a 6-month term for caricaturing King Louis-Philippe of France as Gargantua in La Caricature.
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 The Adelphi Theatre 1806-1900: The 1833-1834 Season
According to the Theatrical Observer of 26 September 1833, the Company had grown to 140 performers, including four leading actresses: Harriett Waylett, Fanny Fitzwilliam, Laura Honey, and Elizabeth Yates.
That publication had noted on 16 September 1833, that the contention of these four ladies for the "first business...
He wrote to his wife on 15 December 1833, "I wrote my objections to the 'harem-'scar'em scheme...
www.emich.edu /public/english/adelphi_calendar/hst1833.htm   (975 words)

 SPACE.com -- The 1833 Leonid Meteor Shower: A Frightening Flurry
This illustration, among the most famous depictions of the 1833 Leonid meteor shower, was produced some 50 years after the event.
The Leonid meteor shower of 1833 is an event of lore.
People woke to a sky that seemed ablaze with streaks of light that were inexplicable to the average person of the time.
www.space.com /scienceastronomy/astronomy/leonids_1833_011114.html   (1703 words)

 Category:Umrli v letu 1833 - Wikipedija, prosta enciklopedija
Category:Umrli v letu 1833 - Wikipedija, prosta enciklopedija
Članka z naslovom "Umrli v letu 1833" v Wikipediji še nimamo.
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 Airline Local 1833
Airline Local Lodge 1833 is a part of the 375,000 member International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers often referred to as "The Machinists." As an affiliate of our International Union, we are in the mainstream of the trade union movement.
Airline Local 1833 was chartered on March 19, 1946 as the Twin Cities Aircraftsmen Local 1833 after workers at Northwest Airlines voted by a 90% margin for representation by the Machinists.
Local 1833 members work in varied facets of the air transportation industry from major and regional airlines to fixed base and charter operations.
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 1976 V. Alan Curtis Thesis, etc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sometime in March or April of 1833, Doctor Philastus Hurlburt was sent on a mission to Erie County, Pennsylvania.
Coltrin says that at a "counsil" held Apr. 5-6, 1833 (probably at what is now Wellsburg), missionary companions D.P. Hurlbut and Daniel Copley were split up; Hurlbut thereafter traveling with Orson Hyde, and Copley with John F. Boynton.
His mother was baptized on 29 May 1833, but the rest of the family remained non-Mormons until after they had moved from Erie County to Kirtland in the fall of 1837.
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 1833 Rendezvous
The 1833 harvest of beaver was good, with more than 165 packs of beaver taken down from the mountains with a value of about $60,000.
The rendezvous would break up on July 24, 1833, with the fur companies returning to St. Louis by various routes.
During the fall and winter of 1833, Kenneth McKenzie, who was in charge of the American Fur Companies forts on the Upper Missouri River would financially destroy the St. Louis Fur Company by offering as much as $12 for beaver.
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 Texas Conventions in 1832 and 1833   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Represented Columbia in 1832, 1833 and at the Consultation of 1835.
Austin is finally freed by a general amnesty law and returns to Texas at the end of August after an ordeal of 28 months.
The Texans held two meetings, one in October, 1832, and the other in April, 1833, to decide what changes they would ask President Santa Anna to make in Texas.
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 The Legendary 1833 Dragoon Saddle
The 1833 dragoon saddle, used from very late 1833 until the intro of the Ringgold and Grimsley patterns in the 1840s, was a common horned Spanish saddle.
First obtained for the 1st Regiment of Dragoons in late 1833, it was used until it was replaced by the Ringgold pattern @1844/45.
The problem is that the basic assumption drawn by Olsen regarding the 1834 militia manual is flawed.  James S. Hutchins at the Smithsonian Institution did quite a bit of research into early nineteenth century western horse equipment, and wrote a section on this subject in "Man Made Mobile", published in 1980.
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 What was the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 (UK)?
The common law of England did not recognize anyone as a slave (although in Scotland, which does not have the common law, bondage still existed until the late eighteenth century, when it was abolished by legislation).
The Slavery Abolition Bill 1833 was passed by the House of Commons and by the House of Lords.
It received the Royal Assent (which means it became law) on 29 August 1833 and came into force on 1 August 1834.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 1833
Angus Trumble investigates the mystery of a double portrait painted in about 1833 by Robert Burnard, a Cornish painter who emigrated to Australia in 1839.
Its remarkable quality has in the past led to an attribution to Agasse--so why are no other paintings by Burnard known in England?(Biography)
Embedded in the "Battle of the Lakes": a report from the textual frontlines of the 1833 Humboldt Sink massacre.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=1833&StartAt=81   (981 words)

 Kalamazoo College 1833 Society
The 1833 Society unites those who have a common commitment to an uncommon institution -- Kalamazoo College.
It also perpetuates a 166-year tradition of service and philanthropy of those who have been keystones of the College.
The mission of The 1833 Society is threefold:
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 The Great Leonid Meteor Storm of 1833 -- a first-hand account
During the 4 hours which preceded dawn on Nov. 13, 1833, the skies were lit up by thousands of shooting stars every minute.
Rogers was on hand in Antioch, Virginia in 1833 when the Great Leonid Meteor Shower took place, and he wrote this charming account of the historic event.
On the evening of the twelfth, many of our dear friends came into bid us adieu, and they remained until a very late hour, when, after a prayer, the most of them returned to their homes, a few remaining to see us off in the morning.
science.nasa.gov /newhome/headlines/ast22jun99_2.htm   (1219 words)

 USA: Jackson SoN 1833
The receipts of the present year do not furnish the test by which we are to estimate the income of the next.
The changes made in our revenue system by the acts of Congress of 1832 and 1833, and more especially by the former, have swelled the receipts of the present year far beyond the amount to be expected in future years upon the reduced tariff of duties.
These causes would of themselves produce a great diminution of the receipts in the year 1834 as compared with the present one, and they will be still more diminished by the reduced rates of duties which take place on 1834-01-01 on some of the most important and productive articles.
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 Louisiana Timeline: Year 1833
Town of Carrollton and Faubourg Bouligny are laid out by Charles F. Zimpel in 1833 on site of the Macarty Plantation, formerly the uppermost part of Bienville’s 1719 land grant.
Captain Henry Miller Shreve came to the Red River in 1833 to remove the log jam 165 miles long, extending from Loggy Bayou to Hurricane Bluffs; the removal of the raft by 1837 opened the Red River to navigation and made Shreveport an important center of trade and gateway to the West.
Dr. Joseph Jones (1833-1896), a native of Georgia, will be the president of the Louisiana State Board of Health and the Louisiana State Medical Society during the 1880s.
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