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 MSN Encarta - Search View - United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is bordered to the south by the English Channel, which separates it from continental Europe, to the east by the North Sea, and to the west by the Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean; the only land border is between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
The United Kingdom’s wildlife is protected principally by the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981; recovery programmes have been set up for threatened species, including the dormouse and the fen raft spider.
The majority of the people of the United Kingdom are descended from the many peoples who invaded the islands in the two millennia before 1066 (the date of the Norman invasion), including Celts, Romans, Angles, Saxons, and Scandinavians.
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United States ships took goods to both the United Kingdom and France, and the value of trade carried increased fourfold from 1791 to 1805.
The United Kingdom, in turn, issued a series of Orders in Council which declared a blockade of French ports and of ports in Europe and elsewhere that were under French control.
The United Kingdom responded to the Boston Tea Party in 1774 by passing several laws that became known in America as the Intolerable Acts.
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 Politics of the United Kingdom Details, Meaning Politics of the United Kingdom Article and Explanation Guide
Labour were badly defeated by the Conservatives in the general election of 1983 and Michael Foot was replaced by the more moderate Neil Kinnock as leader of the Labour Party.
The House of Lords is also the final court of appeal within the United Kingdom, although in practice only a small subset of the House of Lords, known as the Law Lords, hear judicial cases.
The last General Election for the House of Commons was held on June 7, 2001.
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 United Kingdom general elections
United Kingdom general elections are the times when the Members of Parliament forming the House of Commons are elected.
Since the maximum term of a parliament is five years, the interval between successive general elections can exceed that period by no more than the combined length of the election campaign and time for the new parliament to assemble (typically five to eight weeks).
In the UK general elections are usually affairs in which public opinion changes gradually from general election from election.
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 United Nations Secretary-General [Definition]
United Nations System While the United Nations is an International organization, the United Nations System is the whole network of international organizations, treaties and conventions that were created by the United Nations.
The United Nations Secretary-General is the head of the Secretariat The United Nations Secretariat is one of the principal organs of the United Nations and it is headed by the United Nations Secretary General, assisted by a staff of international civil servants worldwide.
UN Secretariat The United Nations Secretariat is one of the principal organs of the United Nations and it is headed by the United Nations Secretary General, assisted by a staff of international civil servants worldwide.
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 Prime Minister Of The United Kingdom [Definition]
The first in 1924 took place immediately after an inconclusive election result and led to an immediate change of government, but in the other two cases a general election was named (and in both the incumbent government was defeated).
In the United Kingdom, the Prime Minister is the head of government, exercising many of the executive functions nominally vested in the Sovereign, who is head of state.
In November 2004, the polling company MORI in association with the University of Leeds The University of Leeds (United Kingdom) is amongst the largest of British universities and the most popular by applicants, with 52,444 applicants in 2003 for 7,228 places (UCAS).
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 Political Forecasting: Forecasting the 2005 Parliamentary Elections in the United Kingdom
The original data used for training and testing the network were based on the responses of two experts to a set of questions covering each general election held since 1835 up to 1997.
Examples of actual models come from the United States, France and the United Kingdom, where this work is rather new.
Forecasting the 2005 Parliamentary Elections in the United Kingdom
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 United Kingdom general election, 1835 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1835 UK general election saw Robert Peel 's Conservatives make large gains from their low of the
1832 election, but the Whigs maintained a large majority.
This page was last modified 15:47, 15 May 2005.
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 Category:UK General Election results - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This page was last modified 01:17, 9 Nov 2004.
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 What is List of Parliaments of the United Kingdom
This is a listing of sessions of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, tabulated with the elections to the House of Commons for each session, and the list of members of the House.
The sessions are numbered from the formation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The parties listed are those that won the election.
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 December_1 htm american united states baseball war december international kingdom world - KnoliX.com
1824 - U.S. presidential election, 1824 : Since no candidate received a majority of the total electoral college votes in the election, the United States House of Representatives is given the task to decide the winner (as stipulated by the Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution).
1959 - Cold War : Antarctic Treaty signed - 12 countries, including the United States and the Soviet Union, sign a landmark treaty, which sets aside Antarctica as a scientific preserve and bans military activity on that continent (this was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War).
1969 - Vietnam War: The first draft lottery in the United States is held since World War II (on January 4, 1970, the New York Times ran a long article, "Statisticians Charge Draft Lottery Was Not Random").
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 Articles - United Kingdom general election, 1970
Most opinion polls prior to the election had predicted a comfortable Labour victory, and had put Labour 12.4% ahead of the Conservatives.
The election was also a setback for the
Ulster Unionists, held a majority of 31 over all other parties.
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 Articles - United Kingdom general election, 1997
Labour Party led by Tony Blair defeated the incumbent Conservative Party, causing a major change to the political landscape of the United Kingdom.
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1997.
The election brought the first change in UK Government for 18 years.
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List of political parties in the United Kingdom
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 United Kingdom General Election results since 1832
1832: December 1835: January 1837: July 1841: June/July 1847: July 1852: July 1857: March 1859: April/May 1865: July 1868: November 1874: February 1880: April 1885: November 1886: July 1892: July
Otherwise, links are to summary results on the Spartacus site and Adam Carr's Election Archive
UK General Elections since 1832 UK General Elections since 1832
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 INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES. Vol. 2, Treaties
1835 by General William Carroll and John F. Schermerhorn commissioners on the part of the United States and the Chiefs Head Men and People of the Cherokee tribe of Indians.
Therefore the following articles of a treaty are agreed upon and concluded between William Carroll and John F. Schermerhorn commissioners on the part of the United States and the chiefs and head men and people of the Cherokee nation in general council assembled this 29th day of Decr 1835.
Davis and Ezekiel West, who represented that portion of the nation in favor of emigration to the Cherokee country west of the Mississippi entered into propositions for a treaty with John F. Schermerhorn commissioner on the part of the United States which were to be submitted to their nation for their final action and determination:
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 Encyclopedia: Treaty of New Echota
United States government and several members of a faction within the Alternate meanings: Cherokee (disambiguation) The Cherokee are a people native to North America who first inhabited what is now the eastern and southeastern United States before most were forcefully moved to the Ozark Plateau.
United States Senate and enforced upon the Cherokee people, it was never signed by any official representative of the Cherokee nation, and the Cherokee nation refused to recognize the validity of the treaty.
Georgia and State of Alabama (Flag of Alabama) (Seal of Alabama) State nickname: Camellia State, The Heart of Dixie¹, Yellowhammer State Other U.S. States Capital Montgomery Largest city Birmingham Governor Robert Riley Official languages English Area 135,765 km² (30th)  - Land 131,426 km²  - Water 4,338...
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 Mexican War
Polk claimed the move was a defensive measure, and expansionists and Democratic newspapers in the United States applauded his action.
Meanwhile, settlers were flooding into the territories of New Mexico and California at a time when many Americans claimed that the United States had a "manifest destiny" to expand westward to the Pacific Ocean.
Although Mexico broke relations with the United States over the issue of Texas statehood, the most contentious issue was the new state's border: Texas claimed the Rio Grande River; Mexico argued that the border stood far to the north along the Nueces River.
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 Mexico
Mexico was then required to relinquish its territories of New Mexico and Upper California (the present-day states of California, Nevada, Utah, and parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming) and to accept Texas's incorporation into the United States.
Mexico participated in the war effort mainly as a supplier of labor and raw materials for the United States, although a Mexican fighter squadron fought and sustained casualties in the Pacific theater.
The constitution of 1824, which was strongly influenced by the United States constitution and Mexico's legislative relationship with Spain since 1810, established the United Mexican States (Estados Unidos Mexicanos) as a federal republic composed of nineteen states and four territories (see Constitutional History, ch.
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 Sources Cited in The Great Migration; the Atlantic crossing by sailingship since 1770 64003455
Hall, Francis: Travels in Canada and the United States in 1816-17.
Playfair, Robert: Recollections of a Visit to the United States and the British Provinces in North America in the Years 1847, 1848 and 1849.
Thomson, William: A Tradesman's Travels in the United States and Canada in the Years 1840, 41 & 42.
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 Zalman Wildman Collection at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
In early March of 1835, Wildman was elected to the Twenty-fourth United States Congress and served until his death on December 10, 1835.
In 1818, Wildman became a member of the state house of representatives.
Speculating in the undeveloped lands of the Ohio Firelands, Wildman purchased in several thousand acres of Canon Township (later Richmond Township) and Perkins Township in what was to become Erie County, Ohio.
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 1832
Thus began one of the first steps in the United States effort to remove the Indians from their homes on the east coast in what would become known as the "Trail of Tears" some six years later.
December 28 - John C. Calhoun becomes the first Vice President of the United States to resign.
July 10 - President Andrew Jackson vetoes a bill that would re-charter the Second Bank of the United States.
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 1824 Constitution of Mexico - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Enacted on 4 October 1824, following the overthrow of the short-lived Mexican Empire of Iturbide, the constitution stated that the new republic was to be styled the "United Mexican States" and was to be a representative federal republic of the people, with Roman Catholicism as the state religion.
This document is also important in the history of the United States for it was to this liberal constitution that the defenders of the Alamo referred on the flag they flew, which was emblazoned with the date "1824".
Under this constitution, American and European settlers were drawn to Mexican Texas by its broad promises of freedom.
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 Civilization.ca - Oracle - Personal Hygiene in Canada
The number of public baths multiplied in the principal cities of North America, and bathtubs were introduced in the larger and grander hotels of Canada and the United States, as well as in the homes of the richest citizens.
In general — as in the United States, France and England — very few people took a full bath.
But the majority of the population remained content to remove the worst of the dirt by wiping a cold, wet towel across their faces and hands.
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 1835 -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
November 25 - (United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919)) Andrew Carnegie, American industrialist and philanthropist (d.
December 16 - Fire in (The largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center) New York City destroys 530 buildings
1835 was a (Click link for more info and facts about common year starting on Thursday) common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar).
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 List of state leaders in 1800 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
United States - John Adams, President of the United States (1797-1801)
Prime Minister - Christian Gunther, Minister of State of Denmark (1797-1810)
1799 state leaders - Events of 1800 - State leaders in 1801 - State leaders by year
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