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  1842 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1842 was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar).
Massacre of Elphinstone's British army on the road from Kabul to Jallalabad, Afghanistan, by Akbar Khan, son of Dost Mohammed Khan
Income Tax Act 1842 passed in the United Kingdom; 7 pence on the pound, for incomes over 150 pounds.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1842   (640 words)

 Macon, GA and the 1842 Inn
The grounds of the 1842 are a feast for the eyes.
The 1842 Inn has kept the traditional antebellum home theme in restoring the inn, yet it seems to surpass all of your expectations of the Old South and everything it should represent.
The 1842 Inn is all mint juleps, magnolias, and southern sunshine.
www.gallagherstravels.com /States/GA/Stay/1842Inn.html   (1491 words)

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DUBRY, John B.: on White's Oregon Census of 1842 and possibly on White's Census of French Prairie either as John B. DUBOY or J. DUBOIS; DUPRE (arrived in 1819) is another possibility.
GRONGRAW, John: on White's Oregon Census of 1842 and on White's Census of French Prairie as John GREGRA; a Jean GINGRAS arrived in Oregon in 1838.
in OR 1841); Catheine m'd 1842 Ebenezer Pomeroy; and Ellen m'd Wm.
www.usgennet.org /alhnorus/ahorclak/list42.html   (3771 words)

 Search Results for "1842"
1842 The Dorr rebellion in Rhode Island was occasioned by refusal of conservatives to liberalize the suffrage and to reform representation.
...NUMBER: 1842 AUTHOR: William Shakespeare (1564–1616) QUOTATION: I took by the throat the circumcised dog, And smote him, thus.
...NUMBER: 1842 AUTHOR: Byron R White, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court QUOTATION: The Court is most vulnerable and comes nearest to illegitimacy when it deals with...
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=1842   (256 words)

 World Fax, Inc. - The power to communicate with anyone, anytime, anywhere!
The image may be illuminated as in rectilinear scanning, or a relatively large area of the image may be illuminated, the photodevice viewing the image through a lens aperture that restricts its field to a single pixel at a time.
In a commonly used facsimile scanning system (invented by Frederick Bakewell in 1848 and based on Alexander Bain's work of 1842) the subject copy is wrapped around a drum.
Invented in 1842 by Alexander Bain, a Scottish clockmaker, who used clock mechanisms to transfer an image from one sheet of electrically conductive paper to another.
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 Oregon In 1842
In the autumn of 1842, an immigration of 112-140 [there are varying estimates] persons, chiefly men with their families, arrived in the valley, a large portion of whom found their winter's residence at or near the mission establishment, at what is now Salem.
WESTON, David (1819-1875): m'd 1852 SINCLAIR, Mary; settled at Champoeg, Marion Co, OR; by 1847 had claim in Yamhill Co; 1850 was back in Marion County where he remained; served in Cayuse War; was buried on his farm.
WHITE, Elijah Dr.: emigrant to Oregon in 1837; was returning in 1842.
www.oregonpioneers.com /1842.htm   (1252 words)

 Samuel Williams' 1842 "Mormonism Exposed"
The April 2, 1842 statement Rev. Williams obtained from Rev. Patterson was printed in the final page of Williams' pamphlet, as though it were a last-minute acquisition, added to the booklet just as it was going to press.
Assuming that the Mormonism Exposed quoted in the 1842 Pittsburgh Chronicle was Le Roy Sunderland's booklet (and not Williams' tract with the same name) this flurry of newspaper publicity probably gave Rev. Williams the idea of printing his own pamphlet on Mormonism.
The statement Rev. Samuel Williams obtained from Patterson on Apr. 2, 1842 is characteristically and non-revealing of Patterson's actual past relationships with Solomon Spalding and Sidney Rigdon.
www.solomonspalding.com /docs/1842Wilm.htm   (9761 words)

 United States Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842
Estimates are that the collections amassed between April 1838 and June 1842 by the United States Exploring Expedition, under the command of Charles Wilkes, weighed nearly 40 tons.
The naval officers, crew, and nine civilian scientists, who sailed on six small ships for four years, gathered specimens of natural history at nearly every stop, including several thousand zoological specimens, 50,000 plant specimens, thousands of shells, corals, fossils, and geological specimens, even jars of sea water from different localities (Viola 1985:22).
Reclaiming the fruits of their efforts, the scientific gentlemen, headed by Charles Pickering, began to unpack, sort, and catalogue the material that they had carefully labeled and listed.
www.sil.si.edu /digitalcollections/usexex/learn/Walsh-01.htm   (5122 words)

 1842 Inn - Macon - 1842 Inn Reviews - TripAdvisor
We stayed at the 1842 Inn on business but because of the Inn's gracious hospitality our trip ended up...
This laid-back city is home to many historic sights and the lovely 1842 Inn.
The south conjures a longing for pecan pie, mint juleps, verandahs, magnolia trees and, of course, the 1842 Inn.
tripadvisor.com /Hotel_Review-g60920-d75384-Reviews-1842_Inn-Macon_G...   (513 words)

 Smith History Vault: Jonathan B. Turner's 1842 book Part 1
The Mormon/anti-Mormon tensions of mid 1842 were just beginning to be reported in the Illinois popular press when Turner released his book.
A man of the name of Smith was, between 1823 and 1827, frequently seen prowling round the house without any ostensible object, so suspicious were his maneuvers, that he was once or twice arrested as a common vagabond, and only escaped the penalties of the law by running away.
Whatever the historical facts may have been, the publication of Professor Turner's book in 1842 marked the first notable popularization of the notion that the young Joseph Smith had purloined the writings of Solomon Spalding.
www.olivercowdery.com /smithhome/1842TurA.htm   (13969 words)

 RUGG-Quality Since 1842
Rugg began manufacturing wooden hay rakes in a Montague, Massachusetts factory in 1842.
With the fifth generation of Rugg family members managing the growing business, the Company continues to emphasize innovative and functional products for the home, yard and garden.
The Yankee ingenuity, craftsmanship and dedication put into Rugg products since 1842 are the foundation of a long and successful history, and power our response to the challenges of the 21st century.
www.rugg.com   (72 words)

 1842 Inn - Discount Hotel Rooms at Orbitz
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The 1842 Inn blends the amenities of a grand hotel and the ambience of a country inn.
The guest rooms and public areas of the inn dwell within a Greek Revival antebellum house and an adjoining Victorian house that share a quaint courtyard and gardens.
www.orbitz.com /hotel-info/GA/UZ-6385.html   (276 words)

 San Francisco Genealogy - Census (1842)
If your browser has a "search" option, you may wish to use that to search for your surnames.
It will be observed that these neophytes have no surnames, and they they all seem to have been named from Saints in the calendar of the Roman Catholic Church.
Establecemiento de Dolores, 31 de Obre, de 1842.
www.sfgenealogy.com /sf/sf1842.htm   (170 words)

It can also be used to give the correct date of design registration for any china, metal, paper or other non-glass registered lozenge but NOT the manufacturer.
The translator contains all glass design registrations for the period 1842 too 1883.
So, if no registration result is returned then it means the combination of characters that were selected was incorrect (See 'Wildcards' below for further options).
1st.glassman.com /lozengetranslator.html   (399 words)

 Camille Flammarion (1842-1925)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Nicolas Camille Flammarion (February 26, 1842 - June 3, 1925)
Nicolas Camille Flammarion was born in 1842 at Montigny-le-Roi in the department of Haute Marne, France.
He first studied theology, but early got interested in astronomy.
www.seds.org /messier/xtra/Bios/flammarion.html   (394 words)

 Macon Georgia Hotel, Historic Inn & Bed & Breakfast - 1842 Inn
Sit down for a spell and read through some of our press releases.
The amenities of the Inn combined with the areas many recreational opportunities make anytime a good time to visit Macon and stay at Macon’s only bed and breakfast inn, the 1842 Inn.
Macon's 1842 inn: Living the life of true Southern Culture
www.1842inn.com /welcome_press.html   (84 words)

 Macon Bed and Breakfast Georgia 1842 Inn, Macon, Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The 1842 Inn boasts 21 luxurious rooms and public areas tastefully designed with fine English antiques, tapestries and paintings.
A quaint garden courtyard and garden pool greet guests for cocktails or breakfast.
Click on the compass icon next to the distances to get point-to-point directions courtesy of Google Maps.
www.selectregistry.com /inns/qv/InnID/10/inn/bedandbreakfast.aspx   (124 words)

 1842 Encyclopedia Articles @ HotAndCold.com (Hot and Cold)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1842 Encyclopedia Articles @ HotAndCold.com (Hot and Cold)
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www.hotandcold.com /encyclopedia/1842   (613 words)

 1842 Survey of Gaspé Basin
Annotations in the survey: The popup boxes Additional genealogical and other information on people who appear in the 1842 survey of the Gaspé basin
The information was collected by the Postmaster, John Eden, apparently in response to requests for information on the state of the justice system in the region, and is dated 14th August 1842.
Under 1842 the document notes that the figures were obtained "By Returns furnished to the Commissioners of Inquiry." These documents are all apparently part of this investigation into the state of the judiciary in the District of Gaspé.
www.upperstjohn.com /gaspe/1842intro.htm   (313 words)

 provisions 1842   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A Statement of issues made to the Emigrant Seminole Indians by L N Clarke from the 11th June 1842 to 15th Oct. 1842.
Twelve individuals, principally single ones living in remote settlements among their friends (old settlers), applied to me for their whole years rations in stock cattle, which on account of the great inconvenience to them, in coming every fifteen day for their rations I consented; and made the issue, not expecting at the time, that Mr.
Clarke's contract would expire before the year was out.
www.seminolenation-indianterritory.org /provisions1842.htm   (87 words)

 Evidence that Smith was not a True Prophet
DandC 121:28 says, "28 A time to come in the which nothing shall be withheld, whether there be one God or many gods, they shall be manifest." By at least 1842 Smith was teaching that there were many Gods.
The Book of Abraham, 4:1-29, first published in 1842 (Encyclopedia of Mormonism, 1:134) speaks of "Gods".
God now has not been God from eternity (said April 1844), God is not a spirit but now has a body of flesh and bones (April 2, 1843) and God is one of many Gods (1842).
www.bcmmin.org /smithevi.html   (1612 words)

 Lucius Henry Holsey, 1842-1920 Autobiography, Sermons, Addresses, and Essays.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Whatever is found in it that is helpful and praiseworthy attribute to the heart and mind of its author; whatever of shortcoming or imperfection, attribute to the lack of education, training and culturing development.
BISHOP L.         I was born in Georgia, near Columbus, in 1842, and at that time was the slave of James Holsey, who was also my father.
He was a gentleman of classical education, dignified in appearance and manner of life, and represented that old antebellum class of Southern aristocracy who did not know enough of manual labor to fl their own shoes or saddle their own horse.
docsouth.unc.edu /holsey/holsey.html   (18789 words)

 French Canadians in the 1842 Oregon census
The first Protestant ministers felt that was socially unacceptable.
I noticed several RIVET family members on the 1842 Oregon census list at your web site.
One correction: "Frances" should be "Francis" - or more correctly "Francois." Francois was the father of Joseph and Antoine, the other RIVETS on the list.
www.peak.org /~mransom/frcan1842.html   (1972 words)

 Classics in the History of Psychology -- Menabrea (1842)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In August of 1840 Charles Babbage gave a series of lecturs on his Analytical Engine in Turin.
Luigi Menabrea--then an obscure military engineer, but later to become a general in Garibaldi's army and prime minister of Italy--published an account of Babbage's lectures in French in the Bibliothèque Universelle de Genève in October of 1842.
In early 1843 this article was translated into English by Augusta Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace, who then added extensive "Notes" written in close collaboration with Babbage.
psychclassics.yorku.ca /Lovelace/menabrea.htm   (7387 words)

 Model 1842 Rifled Musket   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
From 1844 until 1855, over 250,000 were produced.
The model 1842 was the standard arm of the U.S. Infantry until 1855.
With the adoption of the Model 1855 rifled musket, many of these weapons were handed over to the state militias.
www.cswnet.com /~gdavenpo/m1842.html   (138 words)

 First Afghan War, 1839-1842
British award 1840; EIC award 1842; orthography changed 1911 from "Afghanistan"; date added 1914
EIC award 1842; British award 1843-44; date added 1907
EIC award 1842; British award 1844; date added 1907
www.regiments.org /wars/19thcent/39afghan.htm   (155 words)

 1842 Oregon Census
Extracted by Connie Lenzen, CG, and placed on the Internet on 10 December 2000.
In 1842, Dr. Elijah White, the first Oregon Indian Agent, led a wagon train of pioneers from "the States" into the Willamette Valley.
He had been appointed by the Methodist Church as a physician to its Willamette Valley mission in 1836.
www.orednet.org /~clenzen/18421st.html   (428 words)

 Twice-Told Tales, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1837, 1851
By the author of "The Gray Champion" TT 1842 II, 123-35; 1851-52 II, 103-14.
Being the Carrier's Address, to the Patrons of the
By the author of "The Gentle Boy." TT 1842 II, 163-87; 1851-53 II, 133-56.
www.eldritchpress.org /nh/ttt.html   (948 words)

 1842 Inn | Hotel Review | Macon | Frommers.com
Home > Destinations > North America > USA > Georgia > Southwest Georgia > Macon > Hotels > 1842 Inn
Take exit 52 off I-75, then go 4 blocks to the center of the historic district
The 1842 Inn is reason enough to come to Macon.
www.frommers.com /destinations/macon/H39328.html   (310 words)

 Louisiana Timeline: Year 1842
As Jacksonian ranks rise in New Orleans and northern Louisiana their champion Alexander Mouton defeats Whig candidate and former governor Henry S. Johnson 9,669 votes to 8,104.
The D. Holmes chain of Department stores first opens its doors in 1842 will serve local families until it is bought by the Dillard’s chain in 1989 closing the venerable Canal street location.
Advocate in Baton Rouge - still in publication today as the Morning Advocate.
www.enlou.com /time/year1842.htm   (211 words)

 Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2000 Week 6 Hansard (25 May) Page 1842   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2000 Week 6 Hansard (25 May) Page 1842
Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2000 Week 6 Hansard (25 May).
Nevertheless, Mr Speaker, if Mr Moore wants to pursue those tactics, I am quite happy for him to do so.
www.hansard.act.gov.au /hansard/2000/week06/1842.htm   (533 words)

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