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  The 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings
In 1869, the Cincinnati Baseball Club - more affectionately known as the Red Stockings - shocked the sporting world by becoming baseball's first all-professional nine.
With their amazing 57-0 season, the Red Stockings of 1869 introduced America to the new game of baseball.
Today, the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings recreate the game as it was played in 1869, for the education and entertainment of the fans of America's pasttime.
www.1869reds.com   (510 words)

  
  Judiciary Act of 1869 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
First, judgeships were created for the circuit courts; in this case, one circuit judgeship was created for each of the nine circuits.
The Judicial Circuits Act of 1866 had reduced the Court from ten to seven justices, although the reduction was to occur only as seats became vacant.
As only two seats were vacated between 1866 and 1869, the Court had eight justices at the time of this Act, so one new seat was created.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Circuit_Judges_Act   (318 words)

  
 Search Results for "1869"
1869, May 23, 24 Parliamentary elections gave the government 4,438,000 votes to the opposition's 3,355,000.
1869, June 6 A new constitution, drawn up by a constituent Cortes (Feb.), was promulgated.
1869, Dec. 8-1870, Oct. 20 THE VATICAN COUNCIL proclaimed the doctrine of papal infallibility.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=1869   (272 words)

  
 Salem, Oregon, 1869
On May 19, 1869, an ordinance was considered...aimed at a fly-blown abbatoir conducted by a prominent Salem meat packer SE of Salem...
On Jan. 14, 1869, a special meeting of the city council assembled to consider the spread of smallpox within the city, and a health committee was appointed with full power to care for smallpox cases.
On April 22, 1869, the council approved a one mill levy for purchase of a hand pumper and [the mayor] was allowed $60 as travel expense to visit San Francisco and acquire an engine costing $1500.
www.geocities.com /mjjodoin/hell/salem.htm   (1374 words)

  
 1869 Issue - Inverts
As 876,025 12¢ stamps were 'issued' during the first half of 1869 and 1,250,000 printed during the period with 527,800 in stock in the finished stamp safe as of June 5th, it seems reasonable to assign the printings at 250,000 for the first printing and 1,000,000 for the second.
In the 1869 series, plate numbers 1 and 2 were assigned to the 1¢, 3 through 6 to the 12¢, 7 through 12 to the 3¢, 13 and 14 to the 6¢, 15 and 16 to the 10¢, and 17 and 18 to the 12¢.
By subtracting the 1869 stamps 'issued' in the first quarter of 1870 (576,700) from the Luff data on the total number of 15¢ 1869 stamps delivered (or 'manufactured') in 1870 to the Stamp Agent (662,760), we compute the second quarter total of 15¢ 1869 stamps issued at 86,060.
www.nystamp.org /1869Issue.html   (13130 words)

  
 The U.S. Philatelic Classics Society, Inc.
The 1869 issue was the first bi-colored or two-colored issue for the 15¢, 24¢, 30¢ and 90¢ denominations.
On the bi-color 1869 issue, the vignette was printed on the first pass through the presses, and the frame or Flag and Stars, in the case of the 30¢ stamp, were printed on the second pass.
It should be noted that each of the 1869 stamps were reissued in 1875 in much smaller quantities, and the paper is a bit different than the regular issue.
www.uspcs.org /uspcs1869.html   (3398 words)

  
 1869 for DOS - MobyGames
1869 focuses on management and economy, rather than action.
Actual sailing is done by plotting a route and then watching the days go by, interrupted only by the occasional random event.
1869 was originally released in Germany with the sub-title "Hart am wind" - meaning Hard against the wind.
www.mobygames.com /game/dos/1869   (278 words)

  
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Klensin, et al Standards Track [Page 3] RFC 1869 SMTP Service Extensions November 1995 This command is issued instead of the HELO command, and may be issued at any time that a HELO command would be appropriate.
Although EHLO keywords may be specified in upper, lower, or mixed case, they must always be recognized and processed in a case- insensitive manner.
Klensin, et al Standards Track [Page 5] RFC 1869 SMTP Service Extensions November 1995 Additional verbs are bound by the same rules as EHLO keywords; specifically, verbs begining with "X" are local extensions that may not be registered or standardized and verbs not beginning with "X" must always be registered.
www.rfc-editor.org /rfc/rfc1869.txt   (2404 words)

  
 1869 Society of the Corcoran Gallery of Art
Joining a committee is a wonderful way to enhance your 1869 Society Membership, as well as work together with other 1869 Society members.
Named for the founding year of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the 1869 Society is one of the most dynamic groups of young professionals in Washington.
The 1869 Society provides social, educational and networking opportunities with monthly happy hours, member trips and lectures as well as other cultural programs.
www.corcoran.org /membership/1869_society.htm   (292 words)

  
 1869 Diary
The 1869 Journal¹ of Louisa Jane Kerr Dancy was written 4 years after General Robert E. Lee surrendered the South to General U.S. Grant.
He observed the Solar Eclipse at 4:00PM, August 7, 1869, by smoking a piece of glass and attaching it to his telescope.
Louisa's father, Frances Bradley Kerr, had a farm near Sheps (purchased in 1869 from Sheppard) and stopped by often, when traveling between the farm and his home in Northern Fayette County.
www.dancyville.net /johnlou.htm   (1153 words)

  
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Klensin, et al Standards Track [Page 3] RFC 1869 SMTP Service Extensions November 1995 This command is issued instead of the HELO command, and may be issued at any time that a HELO command would be appropriate.
Although EHLO keywords may be specified in upper, lower, or mixed case, they must always be recognized and processed in a case- insensitive manner.
Klensin, et al Standards Track [Page 5] RFC 1869 SMTP Service Extensions November 1995 Additional verbs are bound by the same rules as EHLO keywords; specifically, verbs begining with "X" are local extensions that may not be registered or standardized and verbs not beginning with "X" must always be registered.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1869.txt   (2404 words)

  
 The Chinese at Promontory, Utah, April 30 - May 10, 1869
The Central Pacific had completed laying track to Mile Post 690 at Promontory on April 30th, 1869 and Superintendent J.H. Strobridge moved his camps back to Victory away from the bars, gambling tables and violence that was prevalent in the new town of Promontory.
The Union Pacific track forces were still twelve miles from Promontory, held up by the 485' long "Big Trestle" and the long rock cut located a few miles east of the junction point.
At the completion of the ceremony joining of the CP and UP rails the polished California Laurel tie was taken up to be returned to California and the Chinese replaced it with a standard pine wood tie with common spikes substituted.
cprr.org /Museum/Chinese_at_Promontory_ETS.html   (955 words)

  
 Confederation Rejected: Newfoundland and the Canadian Confederation, 1864-1869: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Persistent economic depression seemed to prove the confederate argument that change was badly needed, and by early 1869 the government - now led by Frederic Carter - thought it could carry the day.
Terms of Union were settled between the Newfoundland and Canadian governments.
The seal and cod fisheries improved significantly in 1869, and the anti-confederates regrouped around the leadership of Charles Fox Bennett.
www.heritage.nf.ca /law/debate.html   (815 words)

  
 Rutgers Football , It Started Here - The First Intercollegiate Game   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The game, which bore little resemblance to its modern-day counterpart, was played with two teams of 25 men each under rugby-like rules, but like modern football, it was “replete with surprise, strategy, prodigies of determination, and physical prowess,” to use the words of one of the Rutgers players.
Fifty years after their historic inaugural game, members of the 1869 Rutgers football team were honored at Homecoming cermonies in 1918.
An analytical account of the game appeared in the November, 1869 issue of the Targum, Rutgers’ undergraduate newspaper.
scarletknights.com /football/history/first_game.htm   (1660 words)

  
 Cortland County Death Notices & Obituaries - 1869
A member of the church militant, consistent in his profession, he lived hopefully, and at last, when the venerable patriarch had reached the age of eighty-four years, resigned and willing bowed his head to the unerring mandate of death's dark angel, and passed from earth to heaven.
At a meeting of the members of Rainbow Lodge, No. 281, I.O.of G.T., in McGrawville, April 5th 1869, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted, expressive of their estimation of the character and example of the late Israel PALMER Ec.
OWEN - In Auburn, DEc. 17th, 1869, Mary Van Etten, wife of Israel H. OWEN, and mother of O.D. OWEN and Mrs.
www.usgennet.org /usa/ny/county/cortland/vitals/d1869.htm   (5807 words)

  
 Henri Matisse : (1869-1954) Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The artist was born on Dec. 31, 1869, the son of a grain merchant in Le Cateau in Picardy.
The law had been chosen as his profession, and it took some persuasion over parental objections for Matisse to begin the art studies he yearned for.
Born in 1869 near France's Belgian border, Henri hated the northern winters.
www.leninimports.com /matisse_biography.html   (1987 words)

  
 Cortland County Marriages - 1869
HITCHCOCK - VAN BROCKLIN - At the residence of the bride's parents in Oneida, on Tuesady wvening, Jan. 19th, 1869, by Rev. A.
CUMMINGS - HAYNES - At the residence of the bride's father, in Preble, Cortland Co., Feb 10, by the Rev. J.
RINDGE - DAVIS - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Killawog, on Thursday, September 7, 1869, by the Rev. E.
www.usgennet.org /usa/ny/county/cortland/vitals/cs1869.htm   (1671 words)

  
 U.S. Postage Stamps of 1869
Scott 122 - 90¢ Carmine/Black Lincoln EDU: May 10, 1869 (off cover) - There is only one cover known with the 90¢ 1869 stamp, the famous "icehouse cover" with a penciled in date on the front of Aug. 8, 1873 - about 55,500 issued
Note: The Special Printings of the 1869 Series, Scott's 123-133, were printed by the National Bank Note Company in 1875.
An additional Special Printing of the one cent stamp, Scott 133a, was printed by the American Bank Note Company in 1881.
www.1847usa.com /identify/19th/1869.htm   (493 words)

  
 1869 Homestead Bed & Breakfast
The historic 1869 Homestead Bed and Breakfast is located near Bowling Green in the beautiful Blue Grass state of Kentucky.
The innkeeper Jan Strode and her husband Wendell, Executive Director of the National Corvette Museum, are ready to receive you as guests in this restored two story home.
The 1869 Homestead is listed on The National Register of Historic Places.
www.1869homestead.com   (101 words)

  
 Alleghany Deed Abstracts 1865-1869
Proved Sept. 28, 1869, by John J. BLEVINS from Thomas Jefferson BLEVINS's handwriting.
The deed executed by Elias SIMONS on May 7, 1869, to James M. SIMONS, contained a mistake in the words of inheritance.
Andrew BLEVINS & wife Susanah of Wilkes Co., NC, to Samuel BRACKINS of Alleghany Co., NC, 40 acres in Alleghany Co. on Pine Swamp Branch adj.
www.moonzstuff.com /deeds/alleghanydeeds4.html   (9441 words)

  
 Sufffolk Pubs in 1869
This could be useful in tracking the Publicans in the 1871 census.
Remember, Trade Directories are often out of date, so the information for 1869 may refer to 1867, for example.
My early ancestors were in Suffolk around this time, but I can find no Public Houses for Kettlebaston - perhaps they drank in the Beer Houses, or travelled some distance [a few miles] to visit the Pub, or brewed their own beer.
pubsinuk.com /Suffolk/Suffolk1869/Suffolk1869Pubs-index.shtml   (440 words)

  
 WOW Museum: Western Women's Suffrage - Washington   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Had it not been for one vote in 1854, Washington Territory might have won away from Wyoming the honor of being the nation's first state to enact women's suffrage.
Congress had passed the 15th Amendment and the Territorial Suffrage Act expanding voting rights and citizenship to fl male citizens, and the territory's legislature had passed a voting code granting the right to vote to all white citizens.
Mary Olney Brown caused a scene in 1869 when officials refused her entrance to her local polling place as she attempted to vote with her husband.
www.autry-museum.org /explore/exhibits/suffrage/suffrage_wa.html   (593 words)

  
 1869
Sir,-The late fire in Hastings-street was confined to the isolated stables, there being fortunately no wind but it is very probable that with a breeze all the buildings of the block would have been swept away.
Another subject to which your Committee have directed their attention is the expenditure under the "Loan Appropriation Act, 1868," a statement by the Provincial Treasurer, (now upon the table) shews that the actual expenditure to 30th April, amounts to £10,327 18s.
But it must be borne in mind that a sum of £3862 out of this fund has been expended in aid of Provincial revenue, and as your Committee have stated elsewhere, the course they recommend should be pursued in regard to it.
nzgenealogy.rootschat.net /hb1869.html   (13986 words)

  
 GSWC: 1860-1869 Newspaper Notices
On Wednesday, Feb. 24th, 1869, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.
In this city, on Wednesday, March 24th, 1869, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.
My wife, Elizabeth Catherine Reinhard, having left my bed and board without cause or provocation, notice is hereby given that from this date I forbid all persons from trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debts she may contract.
www.hvcn.org /info/gswc/data/news1860.htm   (4166 words)

  
 1860-1869 | MSU Sesquicentennial Celebration
The sophomore and freshmen classes fight each other for possession of a ball.
Williams Hall Dormitory was built in 1869, providing room for more students to enter the College.
The buildings, from left to right, are: Saints' Rest, Williams Hall, and College Hall.
www.s150.msu.edu /history_1860-1869.php   (311 words)

  
 George Peabody (1795-1869) : March 2005 - Posts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jones, T.L 2-The resolution, debated on Dec. 21, 1869, was passed that day in the House but amid charge and rebuttal that GP had been pro-Confederate and anti-Union.
The resolution, with some objection, was passed in the House that day, passed in the Senate on Dec. 23, 1869, and was signed into law by Pres.
Hope, Sir James (1808-81), was the Commander in Chief at Portsmouth harbor, England, during the Dec. 11, 1869, ceremonies placing GP's remains aboard HMS Monarch.
free-blog-site.com /bfparker/archive/2005/03.aspx   (15455 words)

  
 With the River, 1869 Giclee Print by Philip Hermogenes Calderon at AllPosters.com
With the River, 1869 Giclee Print by Philip Hermogenes Calderon at AllPosters.com
With the River, 1869 by Philip Hermogenes Calderon
This art print was created using a sophisticated digital printer.
www.allposters.com /-sp/With-The-River-1869_i1342978_.htm?aid=974174   (100 words)

  
 Chicago: 1869 First Traffic Tunnels under the River   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As Chicago grew, river traffic became increasingly heavy and slow so that the bridges over the river would be raised for long periods of time, causing extensive traffic jams.
The city's second tunnel, under LaSalle Street, was designed by William Bryson, who had been resident engineer for the first one.
It was begun November 3, 1869, and opened to the public July 4, 1871.
www.chipublib.org /004chicago/timeline/tunneltrffc.html   (155 words)

  
 1869 - Search Results - MSN Encarta
After the revolution, liberals who had conspired with the military helped set up government committees, called juntas, in most major towns.
Panic, Financial : historic examples : Black Friday, 1869: Jay Gould
Exclusively for MSN Encarta Premium Subscribers--quickly search thousands of articles from magazines such as Time, Newsweek, The Atlantic Monthly, and Smithsonian.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=1869   (80 words)

  
 Mariano Riva Palacio Collection: Part 13, 1868-1869
Insistence of Manuel Echeverría on keeping family with him; arrival of Guadalupita with Doña Bernabela Arriaga de Rubio; death of Manuela Marmolejo de Godoy; divorce proposed by José María Godoy through lawyer Luis Robles; request for mediation of Riva Palacio.
Includes draft of reply, September 4, 1869, declining.
Meeting of bandits reported at Querétaro, planning march on Toluca with cry “Tierra Quemada” for meeting with Abraham Plata; orders to Colonel Fidencio Villagrán of Fuerzas de Seguridad to guard road to Arroyozarco; Colonel Pedro García Salgado to go to Monte de las Cruces.
www.lib.utexas.edu /taro/utlac/00032/lac-00032p13.html   (6729 words)

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