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  1834 - Remember the Year!
But, during 1834 he was planning his campaign for Repeal including the "monster meetings" where he would speak to upwards of a quarter million people.
By the end of 1834, it was calculated that over 2 million people were out of work for more than 30 weeks every year.
Throughout 1834 Babbage publicised his invention but could convince no one of the potential utility for such a device.
www.dublinn.com /1834.htm   (1099 words)

  
 E. D. Howe's Mormonism Unvailed, Part 1 of 5)
Note: frontispiece is from an 1834 story told by Joseph Smith
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Ohio.)
What is related, is in a plain, unvarnished style; such as we hope will be the more beneficial to those who are the most usually obnoxious to religious impositions.
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  1830 - 1834
Home > Daumier's Biography > Daumier's Life > 1830 - 1834
1808 - 1819 1820 - 1829 1830 - 1834 1835 - 1839 1840 - 1849 1850 - 1859 1860 - 1869 1870 - 1879 After 1879
Daumier draws his 5 famous prints to appear between January and July 1834 in the "ASSOCIATION MENSUELLE".
www.daumier.org /49.0.html   (498 words)

  
  Historic Diaries: Marsh, 1834
June 21, 1834 At an early hour we were on our way and after running a number of miles stopped at what is called Sac Prairie and breakfasted.
Mon.[day, June 16, 1834] As we passed up the river in some places saw beautiful Prairies covered with rank grass, and groves of woods scattered here and there in rows, as tho' planted there by art.
June 12th 1834 A delegation in company with myself left Statesburg on the Fox River upon an exploring tour and to visit the Sac and Fox Indians.
www.wisconsinhistory.org /diary/cat_marsh_1834.asp   (3476 words)

  
 1834 Quarter Eagle - 1834 Quarter Eagle Classic Head Type
Mint Director Samuel Moore correctly anticipated that enormous numbers of old-tenor gold coins (1795-1834) of all kinds would be brought in for recoinage, as the difference in bullion content made enough profit available to induce the public and the bullion dealers to bring the coins to the Mint rather than ship them overseas.
Coins of 1834 come with two entirely different heads; the first, called "Small Head," is instantly recognizable by the date's distance from lowest curls.
Pressumably the 1846's with Head of 1834 and Head of 1835 were from dies completed earlier but with final digit omitted, whereas the Head of 1837 is Gobrecht's own modification.
www.usrarecoininvestments.com /collecting/1834_quarter_eagle_classic_head.htm   (1031 words)

  
 1834 Quarter Eagle - 1834 Quarter Eagle Gold Coin
Die life was potentially much longer; a single reverse of 1830 stayed in use for proofs and business strikes through 1834 but there was too little bank demand for quarter eagles in any one year to exhaust the effective life of any one obverse die, so that for each year there is only one var.
The most famous of these years, and one of the illustrious of all American gold rarities, is 1834 with motto.
Most of the coined before May 30 remained in the Mint, to be melted after August 01, when the new law became effective, reducing standard weight enough to render each old-tenor quarter eagle worth....
www.usrarecoininvestments.com /collecting/1834-quarter-eagle.htm   (347 words)

  
 Actions of the Texas Legislature in 1834
The legislature of Coahuila and Texas met on the first of January, 1834; and, in default of the governor and vice-governor, Councillor Francisco Vidaurri y Villasenor was duly invested with the executive functions.
Accordingly, on the 5th of October, 1834, the president convoked a meeting, composed of his four secretaries of state, the three representatives from Coahuila and Texas, three of his confidential generals, Lorenzo de Zavala, and Stephen F. Austin.
The decision was made on the 2d of December, 1834; and Austin hastened to communicate the fact, in a letter of that date, advising the people of Texas to sustain this adjustment of their difficulties by the president.
www.sonofthesouth.net /texas/texas-legislature-1834.htm   (2190 words)

  
 Sulzer Corporation - Tradition and Innovation since 1834
1834 Through an exchange with the city of Winterthur, Johann Jakob Sulzer-Neuffert acquires a 5000 m
site on Zürcherstrasse, and lays the foundation stone of “Sulzer Brothers Foundry, Winterthur”, known today as “the 1834 building”.
His two sons, Johann Jakob and Salomon, start producing cast iron.
www.sulzer.com /en/DesktopDefault.aspx/tabid-512   (1559 words)

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