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 1853 Game Review
The four smallest companies in 1853 may lay only one tile each turn, but the four largest companies may lay one or two tiles per turn, provided that the second tile connects to a different base and does not share the same track line as the first tile placed.
Moreover, it is quite possible for a player who obtains no directorship in the bidding phase to also find himself unable to obtain any directorship during the entire game, thanks to the rigid sequence in which shares must be bought in companies that were not started in the bidding phase.
In 1853, India is replete with these desirable small towns!) A new feature for game balance is that companies that are lagging behind in stock value may advance two, three, or even four spaces on the stock value chart if dividends exceed current share price by 20%, 30%, or 40% respectively.
home.earthlink.net /~gamecorner/1853revw.html   (1446 words)

 Retuning 1853
1853 was the fourth 18xx game to be published but the second to be designed.
1853 reflects this: it is not a game about robber barons; what it is is a game where companies compete within constraints imposed by, and in response to incentives offered by, a higher authority, in the shape of the British government.
We agree with the omission in 1829 but don't see the need for it in 1853, where the rule for calculating the length of routes means that one normally wishes to leave small stations as they are, thus avoiding the situation Francis wished to forestall.
home.earthlink.net /~gamecorner/1853vard.html   (4017 words)

 Taylor Genealogy -- Transatlantic Activity  (1853)
In late summer of 1853, the 18-year-old William was also sanguinely stationed aboard ship somewhere, but his vessel's destination wasn't the same as that of Halcro and the Taits.
Even though the crop raised on the TAYLOR acreage was not large, William's little sister Mary threshed and winnowed the grain entirely by herself, just as she had done single-handedly last year.
October, 1853, saw the local coal mines surrendering quantities of somewhere between 8,000 and 10,000 bushels a day, worth $480 to $600 when the yield reached consumers.
www.olden-times.com /taylor/yesteryear/yesteryear79.html   (877 words)

 Panama Route Ships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
She sailed between San Francisco and Panama from the end of 1852 to the summer of 1853 for the New York and San Francisco SS Line and was then sold to Cornelius Vanderbilt and used for his service between San Francisco and San Juan del Sur until Mar.1855.
Built by Jeremiah Simonson, Greenpoint, Long Island in 1853, she was used as a private yacht by Vanderbilt for a voyage to Europe in 1853.
Built at Baltimore in 1853 for J. Hooper, she operated from New York to San Juan de Nicaragua for Vanderbilt from Oct.1853 and on the same service for Charles Morgan from Dec.1856 to Apr.1857.
www.theshipslist.com /ships/descriptions/panamafleet.html   (11139 words)

 RFC 1853 (rfc1853)
Tunnel Management It is possible that one of the routers along the tunnel interior might encounter an error while processing the datagram, causing it to return an ICMP [RFC-792] error message to the encapsulator at the IP Source of the tunnel.
Simpson Informational [Page 5] RFC 1853 IP Tunnelling October 1995 As a benefit of Tunnel MTU Discovery, any fragmentation which occurs because of the size of the encapsulation header is done only once after encapsulation.
Simpson Informational [Page 7] RFC 1853 IP Tunnelling October 1995 Acknowledgements These implementation details of IP Tunneling are derived in large part from independent work in 1990 by Phil Karn and the TCP-Group hams using KA9Q NOS.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1853.html   (1607 words)

 Re: George Loveday, born 1853 TN
In Reply to: George Loveday, born 1853 TN by Teresa Harbin Cowles
Your George Loveday, b 1853 was the son of John Loveday, b c 1802 and Nancy Breeden, c 1815.
Re: George Loveday, born 1853 TN Teresa Cowles 10/07/04
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 January, 1853
Illinois Reports, 1853, No. 9; Report of Commissioners Appointed to Investigate the Illinois and Michigan Canal Claims, 7 January 1853, CW, 2:162-87.
On February 2, 1853, Supreme Court decides that method of determining value of improvements by commissioners is unconstitutional, thus reversing Pike Circuit Court.
On February 2, 1853, Supreme Court decides that company, after payment of damages for right of way, is not bound to construct fences along its road and that proprietors of land cannot place obstructions or cattle guards along it.
www.stg.brown.edu /projects/lincoln/month.php?yyyy=1853&mm=1   (669 words)

 CoinResource - Seated Liberty/Arrows Half Dimes 1853-1855 Coin Guide
All there was time to do was hand punch arrowheads on either side of the date and add a "glory" of rays on the reverse dies of the quarter and half dollar.
The weight reduction effected in 1853 was continued, and this coin type remained unchanged until 1860.
The Mint Act of 1853 achieved what Congress and the Mint set out to do; it reduced the amount of silver in the subsidiary coinage to a level where it was not profitable to melt, hoard or export these denominations, and small change circulated once again.
www.coinresource.com /guide/photograde/pg_05cSeatedLibertyArrowsHalfDime.htm   (1134 words)

 New York 1853
This fair would have its own Crystal Palace to symbolize not only the achievements of the world, but also the nationalistic pride of a relatively young nation and all that she stood for.
This image of the construction of the New York Crystal Palace exemplifies both the physical stature of the building as the first of its kind in the United States, and evokes the excitement that must have pervaded New York City as the first world's fair on American soil drew near.
On July 14, 1853, the Great Exhibition of Art and Industry began in New York City, New York, with the commemoration of the Crystal Palace, the central exhibition hall.
www.lib.umd.edu /ARCH/honr219f/1853nyci.html   (3815 words)

 Dublin 1853
It lasted from the 12th of May to the 31st of October, Her Majesty, accompanied by the Prince Consort and the Prince of Wales, then a lad of twelve, paid an official visit on the 29th of August.
On May 12, 1853, when the exhibition opened, the architect, John Benson, was granted knighthood, an honor considered well deserved for a structure which satisfied everyone.
In 1853, an International Exhibition was also held New York City.
www.lib.umd.edu /ARCH/honr219f/1853dubl.html   (986 words)

 Elliott Cut-Off - Intro
Immigration Rosters of the Elliott Cut-Off: 1853 & 1854,
In 1853, contracts were let to build the new road which was believed to be over a hundred miles shorter than the old Oregon Trail.
The Elliott Wagon Train of 1853 turned off the Oregon Trail near the present-day town of Vale, Oregon and took the dry Eastern Oregon route that finally led them over the Cascades into Lane County.
linnhistory.peak.org /1853/1853intro.html   (1171 words)

 Burlington 1830-1853   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
As shown on the 1853 Presdee and Edwards map, the lines did cut diagonally through a portion of 151 S. Champlain Street.
This irregularity is clearly represented on the 1853 Presdee and Edwards map.
The stone foundation of this wing is still evident and appears to be the same dimensions as the wing shown.
www.uvm.edu /~elothrop/champlain/151s.html   (280 words)

Camping at Kanesville, Henry Allyn (1853) reported that "Last night at the ferry a person was shot by one of the emigrants in an attempt to steal.
This day Celinda E. Hines (1853) crossed the Vermillion River, then overtook "a Co. of Californians; one lady and maid in the Co. and a drove of cattle." Later she and her party "Camped in a delightful place near which was a grave (the bones had been dug up), H.A. Blinn, Michigan, died.
Henry Allyn (1853): "The body of the man spoken of yesterday (a) week, that was shot at the (Missouri) ferry, is found, as the emigrants inform us that have left since.
www.muskingum.edu /~rmunkres/life/Daily/05.html   (4246 words)

 1853 Cowperthwait Map of Prussia, Germany: Antique Maps - Geographicus
This hand colored map is a copper plate engraving, dating to 1853 by the legendary American Mapmaker S.A. Mitchell, the elder.
This historically important map is extremely rare as it existed only in the 1853 edition of the Mitchell’s Universal Atlas.
This stunning map is a copperplate engraving and was once part of the great 1853 edition of Mitchell’s Universal Atlas.
www.geographicus.com /Merchant2/merchant.mvc?page=G/PROD/Prussia-c-52   (420 words)

 Abstract of Circuit Court Record Books 1853 - 1856
Ordered by the Court that the time of pleading in all cases undisposed of at this term of this Court be extended until Monday 25 July 1853 except in cases of Suits founded upon notes and bonds.
It is therefore considered by the Court that the said Plaintiff have and recover of and from the said Defendant the aforesaid sum of two dollars together with his costs and charges in this behalf laid out and expended for all of which execution may issue.
Be it remembered that on this 15th day of August A.D. 1853 personally appeared in open Court James Douglas who is personally known to the Court to be the identical person whose name appears to said Deed of Manumission and acknowledges the same to be his act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned.
thelibrary.springfield.missouri.org /lochist/records/Jul1853.htm   (5076 words)

 Diary of Mrs. Amelia Stewart Knight (1853)
Saturday, April 9th, 1853 -- STARTED FROM HOME about 11 o’clock and traveled 8 miles and camped in an old house; night cold and frosty.
Knight finding, however, the long and severe winters, the changeable weather and prevailing ailments against the benefit of his family’s and his own health,determined to seek a more genial on the other side of the continent.
On September 13, ofthe same year he arrived on the west side of the Cascade Mountains, and on the 18th, ere thejourney had been completed, his wife added another to the number of his family.
www.isu.edu /~trinmich/00.ar.knight.html   (11319 words)

 1853 Folk Art of Chickens in Frame
Description: These are wonderful orginial old Folk Art hand colored chromatic prints dated 1853 by artist Harrison Weir.
The rooster print is signed Harrison Weir Dee 1853.
While the other is signed Harrison Weir 1853.
www.antiqnet.com /detail,1853-folk-art,621514.html   (105 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
treasury: No(1829, 1853, 1870****), Yes(1830, 1835, 1856, 2038).
in 1853, he may opt to spend his personal cash to do so.
No*(1829, 1835), Yes (1830, 1853, 1856, 2038, 1870).
www.gg.caltech.edu /~jeff/perl/18xx.html   (2075 words)

 May, 1853
Defendant Thomas Delny is accused of raping seven-year-old girl.
Lincoln writes to Joshua R. Stanford regarding conveyance of two lots, holders of which are in danger of losing title unless Stanford's testimony will show that he made conveyance as attorney for former owner and accounted for proceeds of sale.
Abraham Lincoln to George B. Kinkead, 27 May 1853, CW, 2:194-95; Answer to Petition of Edward Oldham and Thomas Hemingway, 27 May 1853, CW, 2:195-97.
www.stg.brown.edu /projects/lincoln/month.php?yyyy=1853&mm=5   (970 words)

 Presidential Inaugurations: Franklin Pierce, Inauguration, March 4, 1853
Assembly of the Multitude at the Eastern Portico, at the Commencement of the Inauguration Ceremonies, [March 4, 1853].
The President's Levee at the White House, Washington, D. C., [March 4, 1853].
Letter from William L. Marcy to James Buchanan, March 5, 1853.
memory.loc.gov /ammem/pihtml/pi019.html   (101 words)

 MHS | Waltham Savings Bank Records, 1853-1987 : Guide to the Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This collection consists of the records of the Waltham Savings Bank, which date from the bank's founding in 1853 through 1987.
The vast majority are financial records and ledgers dating from 1853-1935.
The Waltham Savings Bank was founded in 1853 and became Sterling Bank in 1990.
www.masshist.org /findingaids/doc.cfm?fa=fa0132   (921 words)

This amazing home is located in the Walnut Street Historic District of downtown Oneonta.
1853 House is part of the Walking Tour of Historic Homes.
The 2 bedroom apartment is a comfortable, private place for a small family to escape.
www.oneontalodging.com /accomms/apts/1853.html   (82 words)

 1853   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
William Wells Brown, though born into slavery, escaped to become one of the most prominent reformers of the nineteenth century and one of the earliest historians of the fl experience.
This Modern Library Paperback Classics edition reproduces the first, 1853, edition of Clotel and includes, as did that edition, his autobiographical narrative, "The Life and Escape of William Wells Brown," plus newly written notes.
Brown was a pioneer in several different literary genres, including travel writing, fiction, and drama, and wrote what is considered to be the first novel by an African American.
www.jahsonic.com /1853.html   (233 words)

 Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
The original assessment rolls for 1853 (and many other years) are held at the City of Toronto Archives.
The index (more than 9,000 names of owners and occupiers) and images is available free of charge to researchers around the world.
The second part of the project, Toronto in the 1850s: A transcription of the 1853 assessment rolls and guide to family history research, is a book and CD version of the index with lots more information for researchers with interests in mid-19th century Toronto.
www.torontofamilyhistory.org /taxrolls.html   (257 words)

 WWW.SEVASTOPOL.ORG : Sevastopol history : Crimean war 1853-1854 (1st Sevastopol defence)
However there is no time powerful Ottoman empire to this time is significant weakened and be unable to achieve success: turkish sufferred defeats on land and by the sea.
All this has forced the allies of Turkey England and France to hurry to the aid : in December, 1853 English - French fleet has come in the Black sea.
East was begun, or Crimean, war, one of the most bloody wars of the last century.
www.sevastopol.org /hist3e.htm   (1020 words)

Gentlemen of England v Gentlemen of Kent at Lord's, 4 Jul 1853
Gentlemen of Kent v Gentlemen of England at Canterbury, 18-19 Aug 1853
Gentlemen of England v United England XI at Hove, 12-14 Sep 1853
www.cricinfo.com /db/ARCHIVE/1850S/1853/ENG_LOCAL   (270 words)

 Van Gogh Museum: 1853-1879
Theodorus van Gogh, dominee van de Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk, en Anna Cornelia Carbentus, dochter van een boekhandelaar, treden in 1851 in het huwelijk.
Nadat hun eerste kind in 1852 dood geboren is, ziet Vincent Willem van Gogh het levenslicht op 30 maart 1853 in het Brabantse Zundert.
Het echtpaar brengt daarna nog vijf kinderen ter wereld, onder wie Vincents favoriete broer Theodorus (Theo).
www.vangoghmuseum.nl /bisrd/top-1-1-2-4-1.html   (508 words)

 1853   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1852- 1853, British authors, spearheaded by Dickens...
The rise and fall of the sun: is the vacuum of leadership that led Japan stray in the 1930s not also the country's centr...
In 1853, when the old order fell into chaos on...
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 Whitehorn, Charles 1853 England
He was born on the 1st November 1853 in Stamford, Berks, England.
I want to trace my family in England before 1853 to present day in England.
Re: Whitehorn, Charles 1853 England ALEC BARKER 1/14/01
www.genforum.genealogy.com /whitehorn/messages/30.html   (87 words)

 Book 1855040108, A Visit to India, China and Japan in the Year 1853, Bayard Taylor, Type A Frontispiece
The frontispiece engraving and illustrated title page are very clean which is unusual for this book Text pages are the normal brownish color but supple and not brittle and free of foxing and staining.
He was not on the entire expedition but was on the expedition to Japan during May to September, 1853 time period which included a visit to Okinawa, the delivery of the President's letter and the return to Hong Kong and Macau.
Taylor's account of the visit to Okinawa is perhaps one of the most informative (outside the original Narrative of the Expedition) account of life in Okinawa in the mid-19th century.
www.baxleystamps.com /litho/1855040108.shtml   (680 words)

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