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  1847 - Fine Wines - Barossa Valley, South Australia
The ‘1847’ Brand is derived from the original land grant date and it is significant in that the property formed part of the original Barossa wine development.
Ownership of the ‘1847’ estate, which is the suggested site of the first Barossa winery, has been limited to a very small list over it’s history.
The grapes and their subsequent journey to the consumers table, through the avenues of time and care, are treated with the knowledge that the consumption of the ‘1847’ must be and will be a memorable experience for those partaking of this exquisite Fine Wine Barossa.
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 U.S. Postage Stamps of 1847
The Five and Ten Cent stamps of 1847 were the first adhesive postage stamps authorized for issue by the U.S. Post Office Department, in response to a law passed on March 3, 1847.
The law was to take effect on July 1, 1847 and made illegal the use of postage stamps not authorized by the Postmaster General.
Many of the pre-July 1, 1847 stamps, known to collectors as carriers, locals and provisionals, are items of great philatelic importance, but they are not covered here since they were not issued by authority of the U.S. Post Office Department.
www.1847usa.com /identify/19th/1847.htm   (1498 words)

 Emigration to North America In 1847
For example, on March 4, 1847, the Constitution and Sarah Sands had unfurled their sails, while at Boston, the Tartar sailed in April.
A list of 197 orphans and widows was kept by the Asylum in Toronto, set up specifically to care for the widows and orphans of 1847.
Quebec immigration increased from 32,153 in 1846 to 97,953 in 1847; New Brunswick reported 9,765 immigrants in 1846 and 16,251 in 1847; while that to New York increased from 97,843 in 1846 to 145,890 in 1847.
www.theshipslist.com /1847/index.htm   (1853 words)

  1847 Blake House Inn Bed & Breakfast bed and breakfast - Arden, North Carolina. Arden Bed and Breakfast Inns.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Conveniently located in the HISTORIC ROYAL PINES AREA, 1847 BLAKE HOUSE INN was one of the beautiful summer homes built by wealthy low-landers to take advantage of the cool summer breezes in the mountains of North Carolina.
1847 BLAKE HOUSE INN is a member of the NORTH CAROLINA BED AND BREAKFAST AND INN association, the Professional Association of Innkeepers International, and the ASHEVILLE BED & BREAKFAST ASSOCIATION.
Leslie Kimball purchased the 1847 BLAKE HOUSE INN and moved there in January 2006, after spending 8 years in Orlando, Florida in the human resources field.
www.bedandbreakfast.com /north-carolina-arden-1847blakehouseinnbedbreakfast.html   (774 words)

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The type and contents of the control information body parts are determined by the value of the protocol parameter of the enclosing multipart/signed or multipart/encrypted content type, which is required to be present.
Galvin, et al Standards Track [Page 4] RFC 1847 Security Multiparts October 1995 SMTP clients normally have the option of either converting the message to eliminate the use of 8bit or binary encoding or returning a nondelivery notification to the originator.
Galvin, et al Standards Track [Page 5] RFC 1847 Security Multiparts October 1995 (3) The result of the signature verification process is made available to the user and the MIME implementation continues processing with the verified body part, i.e., the body part returned by the signature verification process.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1847.txt   (2690 words)

 The 1847 Issue
The firm was formed, with its 1847 partners, in 1832 as a successor to Durand, Perkins using the name of Rawdon, Wright, Hatch and Co. The 'and Co.' was dropped in 1835, while Edson's name was added in 1847.
The March 20, 1847 proposal was to engrave steel plates without charge and to keep them in repair as well as to furnish the postoffice with stamps at the rate of 25¢ per 1,000 stamps.
The 1847 stamps have not been forged very successfully save for an excellent counterfeit of the 10¢ modeled upon a right pane spur position that was made by Jean de Sperati; however, it was printed by offset not gravure as in the originals.
www.nystamp.org /1847issue.html   (4868 words)

 The 1847 Girl
If you have looked at the picturesque advertisements from the early years of this century, you may have seen the 1847 Girl, the demurely clad maiden who was featured in ads for the 1847 Rogers Bros. line of silver plate.
The 1847 Girl came to be one of the most effective and widely used images in International's advertising, enacting its theme of "original and genuine."
Both the Meriden Britannia Co., which acquired the 1847 Rogers Bros. line and trademark in 1862, and the International Silver Co., formed by the merger of Meriden Britannia and several other companies in 1898, were very energetic in promoting their products by print advertising and other, more innovative methods.
www.silverseason.com /1847girl.htm   (682 words)

  1847 Encyclopedia Article, Information, History and Biography @ GreatArtworks.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1844 1845 1846 - 1847 - 1848 1849 1850
1847 was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar).
January 4 - Samuel Colt sells his first hoe to the United States government.
www.greatartworks.com /encyclopedia/1847   (714 words)

 UI Foundation: The 1847 Society
Membership in The 1847 Society is extended to UI alumni and friends who arrange a deferred gift -- for example, through a bequest or trust -- through the UI Foundation (regardless of the size of the gift).
It is possible to be a member of The 1847 Society and also arrange an outright or deferred gift in an amount appropriate to qualify for other honor clubs whose members are recognized by the UI Foundation.
The 1847 Society provides recognition for your current intention to support the mission of The University of Iowa.
www.uifoundation.org /1847/faq.shtml   (487 words)

 USA-Presidents.Info - James Knox Polk Third State of the Union Address
His presence with the Army and his diplomatic character were made known to the Mexican Government from Puebla on the 12th of June, 1847, by the transmission of the dispatch from the Secretary of State to the minister of foreign affairs of Mexico.
The imports for the last fiscal year, ending on the 30th of June, 1847, were of the value of $146,545,638, of which the amount exported was $8,011,158, leaving $138,534,480 in the country for domestic use.
The public revenue derived from customs during the year ending on the 1st of December, 1847, exceeds by more than $8,000,000 the amount received in the preceding year under the operation of the act of 1842, which was superseded and repealed by it.
www.usa-presidents.info /union/polk-3.html   (10865 words)

 Piledrivers and Dock Builders - Wages and Benefits
The Pile Drivers and Dock Builders Local 1847 was first chartered in the spring of 1937 by the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America.
Local 1847 continues to put its union members at a competitive advantage in today’s construction industry by providing better wages and benefits, better training and better, safer jobs.
Local 1847 is dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of its members.
www.mncarpenter.org /pages/piledrivers/piledr-1847.html   (416 words)

 1847 Constitution of Liberia
Greenleaf's draft proposal essentially containing clauses for a constitution (and not a complete draft) was first sent to the Liberian Commonwealth by the ACS in June 1846 with the ACS Secretary Joseph Tracy making clear that they were only intended as a guide to the impending deliberations of the constitutional convention.
Among the miscellany are clauses prohibiting slavery, protecting the property rights of women and decreeing that only persons of color may be admitted to citizenship and granted the right to hold real property in the republic.
By referendum the Constitution was approved by the "qualified voters" of the Commonwealth on September 27, 1847, and in October 1847, Joseph Jenkins Roberts was elected first president of the new republic.
www.onliberia.org /con_1847.htm   (4423 words)

 Pioneer 1847 Companies - Heritage Gateways
1847: April 24-30 It was a Struggle to Cross the Loup River
He went to Council Bluffs in 1847 and to Utah in 1852.
Monday, April 19, 1847 was the official beginning date of the original company.
heritage.uen.org /companies/1847.html   (1853 words)

 Pioneer 1847 Companies - Heritage Gateways
The horses and cattle were beginning to suffer from the lack of feed.
Where the pioneers passed in 1847 there now stands a multi-storied farm house, painted yellow with white trim and decorated with gables and bay windows -- a remarkable sight miles from any other building.
Modern-day scenery along the pioneer route is mostly empty corn fields and once in a while an advertising sign amid the stubble.
heritage.uen.org /companies/551847.html   (657 words)

 UI Foundation: The 1847 Society
On February 25, 1847, only two months after Iowa was admitted to the Union, the First General Assembly established a public university in Iowa City.
On the sesquicentennial of the founding of The University of Iowa, the UI Foundation established the 1847 Society to recognize alumni and friends who have made a deferred gift to benefit the University through the UI Foundation.
The foresight and planning of those who arrange a deferred gift today is just as important to the future of the institution as the vision of those leaders who gathered in the state capitol building on the banks of the Iowa River, late in the winter of 1847.
www.uifoundation.org /1847   (205 words)

 National Postal Museum
One hundred and fifty years ago, on July 1, 1847, the first federal United States postage stamps were issued in New York City.
On June 26, 1847, the printers advised Postmaster General Johnson that 200,000 ten-cent stamps and 600,000 five-cent stamps were ready for delivery.
The earliest known cover bearing one of these stamps was postmarked at New York City on July 2, 1847, although the stamps were probably purchased on the first day of issue.
www.postalmuseum.si.edu /resources/6a2p_1847s.html   (916 words)

 1847 Issue
Contemporary sources confirm that the stamps were ready for delivery to the Post Office Department on June 26 and that the first distribution was made in New York City on July 1.
The 1847 Issue was valid for four years, from July 1 through June 30, 1851.
A new issue of stamps corresponding to the 1851 rate changes was issued on July 1, and the 1847 stamps were simultaneously demonetized.
www.siegelauctions.com /enc/1847.htm   (533 words)

 1847 Cover To Think About
The cover, figure 1, with a pen cancelled right sheet margin 5-cent brown 1847 stamp (possibly position 70R based on the right frameline) is on a typical brown or buff envelope that originated in Masachusetts where a 31mm dark-red circle MONSON/SEP/7/Ms.
Further, to be genuine, the indistinct postmarked rate would have to be the Monson, MS ‘5’ and the cover have to date prior to July 1, 1851, when the 1847 stamp was demonetized and the rate changed to 3¢ for prepaid mail.
Figure 2 is a 31mm cds Monson cover of February 13, 1847 with a thick-topped 5 rate mark.  This 31mm style is also found on a cover dated February 26, 1850 addressed to Samuel Damon in Boston, although by then the c.d.s.
www.nystamp.org /1847CoverToThinkAbout.html   (706 words)

 Indiana Code ./noncode/1847.html-./noncode/1847.html-./noncode/1847.html
And the said majority of trustees shall also have power, at any legal meeting to alter or annul any rules or regulations by them established; and to do all matters and things which they may deem expedient for the faithful fulfilment of their trust.
And the visitors, or so many of them as shall act, shall report to the conference next succeeding their appointment, the condition of the university, and whether it is conducted in conformity with its charter.
The said trustees and their successors shall be empowered to receive any and all subscriptions, gifts, grants, donations, and bequests, which shall be applied solely to the use and benefit of such church in the manner the trustees thereof may deem most proper and expedient.
www.in.gov /legislative/ic/noncode/1847.html   (459 words)

 The 1847 Issue   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Act of March 3, 1847 redeemed the situation by specifying that the public could mail letters for any distance up to 300 miles at 5c per half ounce, and 10c for any distance over 300 miles.
He apparantly bought a 5c for himself and a 10c for the Governor of Connecticut.but no evidence proves that the stamp was actually used on that date.
This Act was to take effect on July 1, 1847, and from this date on, the use of any postage stamps not authorized by the Postmaster-General became illegal.
www.stamp-one.com /gallery/hopkins/1847issue.htm   (357 words)

 RFC 1847 (rfc1847) - Security Multiparts for MIME: Multipart/Signed and Mu
RFC 1847 (rfc1847) - Security Multiparts for MIME: Multipart/Signed and Mu Internet RFC/STD/FYI/BCP Archives
RFC 1847 - Security Multiparts for MIME: Multipart/Signed and Multipart/Encrypted
Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of this protocol.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1847.html   (2552 words)

 The Principles of Communism
At the June 1847 Congress of the League of the Just, which was also the founding conference of the Communist League, it was decided to issue a draft “confession of faith” to be submitted for discussion to the sections of the League.
Still considering Principles of Communism as a preliminary draft, Engels expressed the view, in a letter to Marx dated November 23-24 1847, that it would be best to drop the old catechistic form and draw up a programme in the form of a manifesto.
At the second congress of the Communist League (November 29-December 8, 1847) Marx and Engels defended the fundamental scientific principles of communism and were trusted with drafting a programme in the form of a manifesto of the Communist Party.
www.marxists.org /archive/marx/works/1847/11/prin-com.htm   (6744 words)

 SparkNotes: Emily Dickinson: 1830–1847: Childhood Years
Her father was an ardent believer in the benefit of a girls' boarding school experience, even if it meant his favorite daughter would spent much of the next year away from home.
In the fall of 1847, Emily and her father traveled by stagecoach to Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.
When her father dropped her off, Emily summoned her courage and tried to conquer her severe homesickness.
www.sparknotes.com /biography/dickinson/section1.html   (872 words)

 Amazon.com: 1847 - Kitchen: Kitchen & Housewares   (Site not responding. Last check: )
International Silver Firesong (Stainless Rogrs, 1847) Infant Feeding Spoon
International Silver Firesong (Stainless Rogrs, 1847) Olive Fork HC
International Silver Symmetry (Stainless Rogers Bro, 1847) Corn Fork HC
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 Auburn Township, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin: 1847 Census
The 1847 Wisconsin territorial census recorded heads of household, number of males (white), number of females (white), number of males (color), number of females (color), and total individuals in the household on December 1, 1847.
The census taker in Auburn Township, which in 1847 also included Ashford, was Joel A. Baldwin, also returned the records to the Secretary of the Territory in his capacity as Assistant Census Taker for the county.
For the town of Auburn, totals of 198 males and 155 females were submitted to the Secretary.
www.wlhn.org /users/wlhn/web/fond_du_lac/towns/auburn/1847_auburn.htm   (255 words)

 The Mexican War and California: The Treaty of Campo de Cahuenga
In 1845 Tomas Feliz, the new occupant of the land, doubled the size of this building which is now known as the Tomas Feliz Adobe.
In January of 1847, the last two serious military engagements against U.S. forces invading California were fought at the battles of San Gabriel and La Mesa just below Los Angeles.
It was on January 11, 1847, a few miles above San Fernando, that Col. Frémont received a message from Gen. Kearny informing him of the defeat of the enemy and the capture of Los Angeles.
www.militarymuseum.org /Cahuenga.html   (989 words)

 Benicia History Timeline - 1847 Benicia is born!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Therefore it was decided to use her second name Benicia.
In 1847, Semple enlisted the support of the prominent American settler Thomas O. Larkin.
The first settler William I. Tustin who had been living in Sonoma, arrived in Benicia with his wife and son in late June of 1847 to find nothing but surveyors' stakes and fields of grass.
www.beniciahistoricalmuseum.org /History/1847.htm   (830 words)

 Louisiana Timeline: Year 1847
On December 1, 1847 the Daily Picayune heralds the arrival of Zachary Taylor, Old Rough and Ready to New Orleans.
East Louisiana State Hospital, built from 1847 to 1854 as the state’s first permanent facility for the care of the mentally ill. One of the finest examples of Greek Revival style in Louisiana.
Circuit riders served the congregation until 1847, when a first pastor is appointed.
www.enlou.com /time/year1847.htm   (658 words)

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