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  Encyclopedia: 1884
Abraham Washington Attell (born February 22, 1884 in San Francisco, California, United States – died February 6, 1970 in New Paltz, New York), better known in the boxing world as Abe Attell, was a boxer who became known for his involvement in scandals as well as for his long period as...
Henry Norwest (May 1, 1884 in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta–August 18, 1918 at Fouquescourt, Somme, France) was one of the most decorated soldiers in the Canadian army in World War I. Nicknamed Ducky, Henry Norwest was Métis of Cree/French origins from the Hobbema reserve in Alberta.
Category: 1884 January 6 is the 6th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1884   (6669 words)

  
 U.S. presidential election, 1884 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On November 4, 1884 Democrat Grover Cleveland became the first Democrat elected to the Presidency since the Civil War, narrowly defeating Republican James Blaine.
The race was decided in Cleveland's home state of New York, carried by the native son by just 1,100 votes - and awarding its electors, and the election, to Cleveland.
Though it could have been his for the asking, incumbent President Chester Arthur did not actively seek the 1884 nomination.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/U.S._presidential_election,_1884   (672 words)

  
 Timeline 1883-1884
1884 Jul 12, Amadeo Modigliani, painter and sculptor (Reclining Nude), was born in Italy.
1884 Aug 5, The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was laid on Bedloe’s Island in New York Harbor.
1884 Prior to his first election to the presidency in 1884, Democrat Grover Cleveland, then a bachelor, admitted that Republican charges accusing him of fathering a child as a young man in Buffalo were true.
timelines.ws /1883_1884.HTML   (6349 words)

  
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Since each interface belongs to a single node, any of that node's interfaces' unicast addresses may be used as an identifier for the node.
For any assigned anycast address, there is a longest address prefix P that identifies the topological region in which all interfaces belonging to that anycast address reside.
Hinden & Deering Standards Track [Page 13] RFC 1884 IPv6 Addressing Architecture December 1995 The subnet-router anycast address is intended to be used for applications where a node needs to communicate with one of a set of routers on a remote subnet.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1884.txt   (3298 words)

  
 1884 in art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
in 1884 Reproduction of a Thanksgiving menu from 1884.
Wildwood 1884 Bed and Breakfast Queen Anne 1884 Victorian-style home offering five guest rooms.
Victorian Public Service Board Return for 1884 This index was created from The Victorian Public Service Board Return for 1884, published in the Argus newspaper on Monday, February 2, 1885.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-1884_in_art.html   (170 words)

  
 Chronicles April 1884   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
TWC Wed Apr 23, 1884: The daughter of Robert McLean, of Danbury, who was hit on the head by a falling brick last Saturday afternoon while passing the opera house, died Wednesday from the injury.
TWC Wed Apr 23, 1884: Jacob Broschaft of New Haven has brought suit for $2,500 damages against Henry Tuttle of Hamden, on account of the loss of his mare, Belle of Waterbury, which was killed in a collision with a team owned and driven by Mr.
TWC Wed Apr 23, 1884: Jane Shea, an employe of Hubbard's mill at Greenville, caught her foot in a pulley Saturday and was badly injured.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Fields/4791/apr1884.html   (18146 words)

  
 1884 articles on Encyclopedia.com
Forsyth, Ga. In his second term as governor (1935-37) of Georgia, his staff was forbidden by Harry Hopkins to disburse federal relief funds, and Talmadge became violently opposed to the New Deal.
1884, kabaka, or king, of Buganda (now in Uganda), c.1857-84.
He brought Buganda to its height by increasing the autocratic powers of the kabaka, strengthening the army, improving the bureaucracy, and opening up trade, often in slaves, with Arab merchants.
www.encyclopedia.com /searchpool.asp?target=1884   (449 words)

  
 1884   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The scarce 1a orange on thin wove paper in a vertical pair is seen on a Kashmir to Pind Dadan Khan cover dated 15 July 1884.
The British postage is 1/2a blue Victoria on 1/2a green Victoria stationery, for total postage of 3 annas.
The scarce 1a orange on thin wove paper in a vertical pair together with an older 1/2a red is seen on a Kashmir to Pind Dadan Khan registered cover dated 19 August 1884.
www.kashmirstamps.ca /1884.html   (310 words)

  
 Election of 1884
Chester Arthur was determined to seek the Republican nomination again in 1884, despite the fact that he was suffering from a fatal kidney disease known only to himself, his family and his doctors.
James G. Blaine, former Speaker of the House and a Senator from Maine, had failed to secure the nomination in 1876 and 1880.
Memorabilia related to Election of 1884 is at auction on eBay.
www.u-s-history.com /pages/h738.html   (439 words)

  
 RFC 1884 (rfc1884) - IP Version 6 Addressing Architecture
RFC 1884 - IP Version 6 Addressing Architecture
Network Working Group R. Hinden, Ipsilon Networks Request for Comments: 1884 S. Deering, Xerox PARC Category: Standards Track Editors December 1995 IP Version 6 Addressing Architecture Status of this Memo This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
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/rfc1884.html   (3307 words)

  
 Kinmundy Express 1884
Peter soon put an end to the existence of his snakeship, and thinks he is entitled to the belt for killing the first snake of 1884.
J.O. DUMOND and Miss Rosa FROST were quietly married Thursday evening, Feb. 14, 1884, at six o’clock at the residence of the bride’s mother, in Kinmundy, by Rev. N.
Funeral was held on Monday by Rev. G.W. GILMORE, and the remains interred in the city cemetery.
www.ford-mobley.com /dafm/express/exp1884.htm   (16402 words)

  
 1884
May 29, 1884 Thursday/ Got wire from Style, built fence at foot of garden, got 40 pound gross weight of wire, Billy helped me fix wire fence, Louisa and George went fishing to Imogene.
July 18, 1884 Friday/ Cool and pleasant, Billy gone to town for self binder, got home alright, Louisa and Anna gone to school section after berries, Mrs.
August 11, 1884 Monday/ Louisa went to Murrys and stayed all night, mell went to town, Billy broke his mower and went to town, I commenced fixing my light wagon, Ada sold her steer
crosskin.tripod.com /williamcrossdiaries/id5.html   (5925 words)

  
 1884 Reform Act
In 1884 Gladstone introduced his proposals that would give working class males the same voting rights as those living in the boroughs.
Although the bill was passed in the House of Commons it was rejected by the Conservative dominated House of Lords.
Gladstone accepted their terms and the 1884 Reform Act was allowed to become law.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /PR1884.htm   (264 words)

  
 Sonar 2.2 & Tascam FW-1884 sync problems?
I tried setting up a metronome (out of the 1884 via MIDI port 1 into a keyboard, audio from the keyboard going back into the mixer) and recording it, only to find it out of sync.
So to save resources and keep things smooth, it looks like the thing to do is open and close the 1884 control panel as you enable and disable recording on individual tracks.
On the desktop, I had the 1884 control panel set to 512 (and then ran Sonar's wave profiler to make sure it sets all the buffers in there to match), and had Sonar's latency down to the fast side, which got to around 17ms.
forum.cakewalk.com /tm.asp?m=16701&mpage=1&key=&anchor   (3473 words)

  
 Province of Saxony 1884-1935 (Prussia, Germany)
Provincial flags for the provinces of Prussia were prescribed from 1882 onwards.
(...) On 5th March 1884 the parliament adopted the fl-yellow flag, confirmed by the Prussian king (i.e.
This flag lasted until 1935 and was also used after 1945.
www.1uptravel.com /flag/flags/de-pr-sn.html   (157 words)

  
 San Francisco Genealogy - Divorces (1884)
Since 1878 the divorces granted in San Francisco have been continually on the increase, and as the record shows, if they continue to augment in the same ratio, this city will soon rival Chicago in its fame for sundering the solemn hands of matrimony.
During 1884 the Superior Judges rendered 392 decrees of divorce, thus allowing 784 people to again enter upon a search for a congenial spirit.
It is well known that divorces here are continually on the increase, but the jump that they made during the year just ended is very noticeable.
www.sfgenealogy.com /sf/div5.htm   (2131 words)

  
 The Bank 1884 Food & Spirits | Downtown Port Austin, MI | 989.738.5353   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Bank 1884 Food & Spirits is a National Historic Site restaurant located in Downtown Port Austin, Michigan.
The Bank 1884 Food and Spirits is currently closed for the season.
Click here to learn more about how you could have an opportunity to own The Bank 1884.
www.thebank1884.com   (146 words)

  
 Thomasville Georgia Bed Breakfast Hotel Lodging Accommodations
he 1884 Paxton House Inn Bed and Breakfast of Thomasville, Georgia offers luxurious lodging accommodations perfect for romantic weekend getaways, Georgia vacations and the corporate business traveler looking for a personal hotel alternative.
Located near several colleges and universities, you are invited to reserve your lodging or accommodations needs at this historic Thomasville, Georgia, Bed and Breakfast -- a welcome hotel alternative.
Whether it be business or pleasure, make the 1884 Paxton House Inn Bed and Breakfast your "home away from home" accommodations.
www.1884paxtonhouseinn.com   (134 words)

  
 Nietzsche Chronicle: 1884
FN worked on this part from August 1883 through January 1884.
FN reveals the concept of eternal recurrence to Overbeck during his Basel visit.
Andreas (Lou von Salome) according to her recollection, with an uncanny whispering voice, as if he was announcing a colossal secret...
www.dartmouth.edu /~fnchron/1884.html   (700 words)

  
 Philadelphia Tribune, The: Tribune gave Blacks a voice in 1884: The founder, Christopher J.@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Tribune gave Blacks a voice in 1884: The founder, Christopher J. «Read the Full Article, get a FREE TRIAL for instant access» This is a premium article.
Tribune gave Blacks a voice in 1884: The founder, Christopher J. Perry,.
The Philadelphia of 1884 was a place in which African Americans couldn't walk in certain areas without fear of being accosted; where economic opportunities for Blacks were negligible at best; where the city's populace was not nearly as eclectic as it is today.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1P1:2296880&refid=holomed_1   (216 words)

  
 Sonar 4/FW-1884 Issues...
The only way to get Sonar receiving midi is to select the midi port on the Tascam as a midi device in Sonar (in addition to ‘1884 control’), but this stops the 1884 communicating Sonar at all.
Regarding the Hotfix...this was required if you did not have SP 2 on your system at one point, whether this is now included in one of the updated drivers i'm not sure, can't remember.
In Midi devices I select '1884 Midi port 1' in (in addition of course to '1884 Control') I get midi coming in and can play my sythns etc, but doing that stops the all the control surface functions working.
forum.cakewalk.com /tm.asp?m=366444   (3425 words)

  
 Mechanical Pencil Sharpeners ~ 1884-1899
Waltham, MA Right: Earliest known advertisement for a machine designed to sharpen lead pencils (Sept. 1884).
Patented 1884 by Joseph Hoffman, New York, NY.
Samuel Forrester, Allegheny, PA There were two earlier Forrester patents (1884, 1885)
www.officemuseum.com /sharpener_gallery_1800s.htm   (584 words)

  
 Calendar for 1884-1885
The 1884 season promised to be as commercially successful as that of 1883.
On 6 October 1884, the Adelphi planned an anniversary performance of In the Ranks, which had played continuously since its opening on 6 October 1863.
Brooke, who had been a regular player at the Adelphi during the seasons 1878 through 1882, was popular with audiences and among his fellow actors, many of whom had taken part in the benefit for him at the Adelphi on 7 June 1882.
www.emich.edu /public/english/adelphi_calendar/m84d.htm   (6859 words)

  
 ARKANSAS CITY REPUBLICAN, From Saturday, April 19, 1884, through June 7, 1884.
At a meeting called for the purpose of reorganizing the A. G.'s held at Judge Kreamers office, on May 1st, 1884, a petition was asked requesting Lieut.
We do not blame Ike for this, but think this tree ought to be preserved, celebrated, and go down in history by the side of the Charter Oak of old, it being the only one in that neighborhood, and such a nice one, too; preserve it by all means.
It is made shady by the trees, some of which are quite easy to climb; perhaps, it is because, by doing so, one can, at the right season of the year, get splendid wild gra
www.ausbcomp.com /~bbott/cowley/Oldnews/papersup/repub2.htm   (17611 words)

  
 Holmes' Famous 1884 Memorial Day Speech
[Holmes'] distinction lies precisely in the infusion of literary skill and philosophical insight into his legal work.." No better example exists of this literary greatness than this 1884 speech: it is one of the most quoted Memorial Day speeches ever given.
On May 30, 1884, the then-Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court gave an address, his first important public address outside the law.
The speech was given in Keene, New Hampshire, before John Sedgwick Post No. 4, Grand Army of the Republic, in a white painted town hall on the village common.
www.people.virginia.edu /~mmd5f/memintro.htm   (203 words)

  
 Rum, Romanism, & Rebellion | The Making of a President, 1884
For those of us somewhat vague on late 19th century American history, we know that the phrase "Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion" meant something important to somebody somewhere.
But it wasn't until we read Summers exhaustive discussion of the campaign of 1884 that we learn that one Dr. Samuel D. Burchard, addressing a gathering of the Religious Bureau of the Republican National Committee, a week before the general election, stated,
We are Republicans, and don't propose to leave our party and identify ourselves with the party whose antecedents have been rum, Romanism, and rebellion.
www.ralphmag.org /BH/rum-romanism.html   (712 words)

  
 Grolier Club Publication Files, 1884-1985
The Grolier Club was founded by a group of
bibliophiles in 1884 and issued its first publication in that same year.
Correspondence, proofs, illustrations and other documents related to books, exhibition catalogs, medallions, and other publications of the Grolier Club.
www.grolierclub.org /LibraryAMC.GCPublications.htm   (40 words)

  
 The Wright Brothers | 1884
Milton Wright’s appointment as editor of the United Brethren in Christ church newspaper in 1869 first brought him and his family to Dayton, the city his sons would make famous.
After several years on the move because of church assignments, Milton Wright and his family returned to Dayton for good in 1884.
The Wright brothers lived a happy and contented life in Dayton.
www.nasm.si.edu /wrightbrothers/who/1884/index.cfm   (125 words)

  
 The Music of Henry Clay Work (1832-1884)
He died, at the age of 51, in Hartford, CT on 8 June 1884.
His nephew, Bertram G. Work, published 37 of his songs in The Songs of Henry Clay Work in 1884, which was reprinted in 1920 and 1974.
Also in 1884, 18 of his songs were included in S. Brainard's Sons' Our National War Songs among 14 by George F. Root, two by P. Bliss, and several others.
www.pdmusic.org /work.html   (508 words)

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