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  Charles Brockden Brown
Charles Brockden Brown (January 17, 1771 - February 22, 1810), American novelist, historian, and magazine editor of the Early National period, is often regarded by scholars as the most ambitious and accomplished US novelist before Cooper.
Although Brown was by no means the first American novelist, as some early criticism claimed, the breadth and complexity of his achievement in multiple genres (the novel, short story, essays, historiography, reviews) make him a touchstone for the understanding of the Early Republic.
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 HedgeHog House - Photographic Libary
Graham is author of Whitewater Kayaking in New Zealand and the co-author of Frozen Coast, an account of a remarkable sea kayak expedition on the Antarctic Peninsula.
ROB BROWN: A keen tramper and climber for the past 20 years, Rob is now New Zealand's best-known wilderness photographer.
ROSS NOLLY: Based in Taranaki Ross specialises in photographing rural New Zealand and is building a fine collection of animal, cropping, agriculture, forestry and lifestyle images.
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  Puke Ariki - Taranaki Stories - Charles Brown goes down in history
Charles Brown came to the infant settlement of New Plymouth in 1841 to set up business with his father, Charles Armitage Brown, a friend of the poet Keats.
Charles Brown senior died soon after, but his 21-year-old son remained and became a well-liked and respected member of the community.
Brown's death, seen by many on the busy main street deeply shocked the community and was a catalyst to eventually removing the railway line from the middle of the town.
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Charles Brown was born in 1786, and was in early life a Russia merchant, but failing in business through the substitution of fringe whalebone for bristles, and the anticipation by Britain of a war with Russia, he devoted the remainder of his days to literature and art, and to the society of literary men.
Brown was of Scotch extraction, the family tradition being that his father left Long Island with a Bible as his sole property, and proceeded to London, where, by wisdom, prudence, and industry he attained affluence and a good position in society.
Brown was 23 years of age, he composed a Comic Opera, which was performed at Drury Lane Theatre, and for which he received a silver ticket, admitting him for life to the theatre.
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 Charles Brown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles M. Brown (1903–1995), Atlanta politician (for whom the airport Charlie Brown Field is named)
Charles Brown (California) (born 1949), USAF Lt. Colonel Retired, candidate for Congress in Northern California
Charles Brown (Medal of Honor), American 1871 Korean Expedition sailor and Medal of Honor recipient
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 New Zealand All Blacks Player Profiles, Match Details and Statistics
Charlie Brown, though unrelated to another distinguised Taranaki family of the same name, was an outstanding player and personality in that province for many years.
A halfback, Brown played the first of his 52 matches for Taranaki as a 21-year old in 1909 and he was captain of the side which was the first to win the Ranfurly Shield when Auckland were beaten in 1914.
Brown had two matches for the All Blacks against Australia in 1913, in which season he also made his guest appearance in a benefit match for the Maori XV.
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Son of Clara Jane Brown of Egremont St. Takapuna Auckland and the late Charles Brown.
Charles Kettle of New Zealand; husband of Gladys C. Tuck (formerly Kettle) of Alton Lodge Roehampton Surrey England.
Son of Charles Edward and Joan Levien of Hill Crest Pukekohe Auckland.
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 David Harris Descendants - pafg05.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alice Emily DAVIDSON (Emily Eliza HARRIS, Richard Brown, David, David) was born in 1893 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand.
Eva Elsie UDY was born in 1917 in Carterton Wellington New Zealand.
Charles was born on 5 Jul 1921 in Manchester Lancashire England.
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 New Plymouth regenerates its past - 12 Nov 2005 - New Plymouth   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Because of his association with Keats, Brown was a noted figure in England's literary set and his descendants became respected citizens in their new land.
Even Brown's grave is usually covered in litter, which seems particularly sad since it had been buried during earthworks in the 1860s and rediscovered only in 1921.
To the south is the near-perfect cone of Mt Taranaki, to the north the central city and waterfront.
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 Chapter 19: The Battle of Waireka | NZETC
Brown would be protected, and a notice in Maori was posted at Omata declaring that the road to his place and to his neighbours' must not be trodden by war-parties.
Captain Brown, in command of the settlers, was ordered to march by the sea-coast, keeping along the beach until he reached the rear of the Maori positions at Waireka.
Captain Brown, with the second company of the Volunteers and Militia, occupied some rising ground immediately on the other side of the Waireka, and devoted his attention to a large number of Maoris who were firing from the cover of the bush and flax in the lower part of the river-gully.
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Battle, chivalry and courage, land disputes; unscrupulous dealings; inept judgments by an insane governor; this is the essence of which Taranaki’s history was made.
Wells was Editor of the Taranaki News from 1874 until death in June 1881.
Brown, senr.—The Nairn’s employed to open a bridle path behind the Mountain.—Quarrels between settlers and natives.—Introduction of horses.—The Chief Surveyor’s horse.—State of the settlement.—Return of the Ngatiawa slaves.—The first Waiwakaiho bridge.—Arrival of the Blenheim, —Another quarrel with the natives
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 Surname Interests
BROWN Edith, born NSW 1880, m.Patrick FOSTER in NZ.....
BROWN Andrew and Mary (nee GIBSON) Sct and Wellington...........
BROWN Albert J and Francis R and Walter, born Wairau................................
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 Puke Ariki - Resources - July
Charles Anderson Wilkinson: While born in Oakura, he was known as the Father of Eltham.
1868 - Charles Anderson Wilkinson is born in Oakura.
Every month we look at some well-known Taranaki streets and the origin of their names.
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 Puke Ariki - Taranaki Stories - Marsland Hill
By the start of the Taranaki Wars in March 1860, Marsland Hill was the heart of a trench system that encircled the centre of the town and a naval camp commanding the surfboat landing place at Puke Ariki.
The last imperial troops left Taranaki in January 1870 and an Armed Constabularly guard of one sergeant and 11 men were put in charge of Marsland Hill.
It is also one of the few surviving purpose-built structures from the Taranaki wars, and the only example of a military barracks of the time remaining.
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 Taranaki Wiki : Taranaki Events
This may include unique events (to Taranaki) or more universal ones (such as Waitangi Day)
Held between 22nd & 25th of February 2007 in New Plymouth
Discuss Waitangi Day events - what's on, what should be on, etc
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Son of Charles and Christina Sharp Anderson of Eastwick Ollaberry Shetland Islands.
Son of Charles Fitzroy Bayly and Margaret Bayly; husband of Florence Bayly of Marsh St. Ar-midale New South Wales.
Son of Emily Eliza Cashion (formerly Brown) of Victoria Valley Tasmania and the late Robert Brown.
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 Hawke's Bay Herald September 1868
BROWN : At Wellington, on 3 Sept, at her residence, Mulgrave St, Anna, beloved wife of the late Charles BROWN.
BROWN : At Meanee, on 18 Sept, wife of James BROWN, of a daughter.
BROWN - BROWN : At Waipawa, on 14th inst, by the Rev. E.
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 Interstices 4: Intersecting Lines, Deidre Brown
Pai Marire's founder was Te Ua Haumene of South Taranaki, a Wesleyan lay-teacher in the 1840s, and follower of the Maori King in the 1850s.
Taranaki had just endured a twelve month armed conflict with government troops over the forced survey of Waitara; and, only months after his vision of the Angel, new conflict began in Taranaki when a party of soldiers, on a crop-destroying operation, were killed by Te Ua and local Pai Marire adherents.
Charles Royal, Te Haurapa - An Introduction to Researching Tribal Histories and Traditions (Wellington: Bridget Williams Books/Historical Branch of the Department of Internal Affairs, 1993), p.
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 Hotton Descendants 1824-2001
James was born on 08 August 1932 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand, died on 16 August 1997 in Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand and was buried on 22 August 1997 in Taita Cemetery, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
Alwyn was born on 03 May 1942 in Inglewood, Taranaki, New Zealand, died on 16 February 1993 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand and was buried on 19 February 1993 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.
Jamie Alan Sydney Hotton was born on 12 July 1988 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand and died on 14 July 1988 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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 Charles Did You Mean charles?
Saint Charles Borromeo, saint and cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, archbishop of Milano
Charles W. Penrose (1832?1925), a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Charles Butler McVay II Charles Butler McVay Jr.
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The arms will be a rifle and bayonet, with accoutrements to be issued by the Adjutant to each volunteer, the value of which, for determining the amount to be paid in case of loss or damage, is hereby fixed at six pounds six shillings.
The tribes in the vicinity of Taranaki had greater advantages than most others, as they were much intermixed with the Pakeha, and ought to profit by their intercourse with them.
Now therefore, I, the Superintendent of the Province of Taranaki, do hereby proclaim and declare that the boundaries described in the Schedule hereto shall be taken to he the boundaries of the Town of New Plymouth.
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He was not a fighting man, although his brother, Patohe, with whom he is sometimes confused, fought during the war in Taranaki in 1865--66, at Nukumaru and Taiporohenui.
He and his followers were granted 500 acres at Oeo, land which was on the boundary disputed with the Taranaki tribe.
He also assisted Parris and his successor, Major Charles Brown, in their purchases of land, although Brown sold off the Toko and Ngaere blocks against Hone Pihama's advice.
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 Puke Ariki - Taranaki Stories - Lorna Spreads Her Wings   (Site not responding. Last check: )
She was drawn to the air force because of her father's flying contacts.
Sydney George Smith, Minister of Education in the mid-1930s, was a friend of famous aviator Charles Kingsford Smith.
Charles Kingsford Smith - Profile of the great Australian aviator who was the first to cross the Pacific.
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He later claimed to have met John Sheehan, the native minister, in January at Mahaki (Sheehan refused to become involved with the matter), and to have told Murdoch McLean, a surveyors' labourer, that no Europeans were to go on his land.
He had also warned Charles Brown, the civil commissioner, and later McLean, that he would kill any surveyors who did so.
Te Whiti told Charles Brown in April 1879 that he would have had nothing to say if Hiroki had been killed on his way north.
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 Missing People
Charles, nee Mary McLACHLAN, sought by U.S. Consul in 1901.
BROWN, Mary McGill of Auckland New Zealand, wrote in 1901 re her brother Andrew DODD, who left there twenty years ago.
DOWNING, Charles, of Roseau, Dominica, B.W.I., wrote in 1903 re his son Percy Claude “who claims he was drugged and put in a lunatic asylum”.
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 Bibliography | NZETC
Another source used on the same occasion, thanks to the courtesy of Dr. Hight, was the manuscript journal of Henry Sewell, housed at Canterbury University College.
Browne, E. The Case of the War in New Zealand.
A biography of Charles Brown, the friend of Keats, by the late H.
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 Charles lloyd Land63.com.
BROWN, Charles - 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand (15.7 kb)
BROWN, Charles 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand BROWN, Charles 1820–1901.
Charles Brown was born in London in 1820, the only son of Charles Armitage Brown
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 BAM: 1991–>M.D., The Classes, April 1997
She and class president Warren Brown look forward to seeing you at future events.
Tracy received her M.B.A. from NYU in 1991 and is a risk analyst with FMR Co. Numerous alumni attended the wedding, including Tracy's uncle, Arthur Vietze '54, as well as Brown gymnastics coach Jacqueline Court.
Memorial gifts may be made to the music collection of Brown's Orwig Music Library or to the ACLU." Anyone wishing to receive a copy of an upcoming volume of Sean's writings may write to Nan at P.O. Box 331, Millville, Mass.
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 BAM: 1990->M.D., The Classes, July 1997
His dissertation on the sexual revolution of the 1960s will be published by Little, Brown in 1998.
Class secretary Kyle Hackett Smith reminds you to submit news to the BAM and to her for inclusion in the class newsletter.
Phil Zarlengo '65 A.M. was named executive director of the Northeast and Islands Regional Education Laboratory at Brown (LAB), one of ten research and development laboratories funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
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 pp46-62 King William's College Register, 1905
Raven, ~Charles William Walter, born Jan. i 2th, 1833.
Brown, Braddan Vicarage, I.O.M. Fisher, Thomas, born March, 1836.
Menteath, Charles Granville Stuart, born Oct. 29th, 1834.
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Kerr (Canterbury), B. O'Dowda (Taranaki), F. Young (Wellington), and D. Watson (Taranaki) were selected, but were not available, and their places were taken by Wells, Hardcastle, Brooker, and Murray respectively.
Dive (Taranaki) and G. Tyler (Auckland) were selected, but were not available, and their places were taken by Booth and Hughes respectively.
Cain (Taranaki) was selected, but was not available.
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Barbic, Paul - Site is dedicated to a young man who died in a tragic accident at the age of 31.
Barker, Neil - A guestbook with photos and memories for Neil Barker of Hawera, Taranaki, NZ.
Brown, Charles Leroy - Dedicated to the memory of Charles Brown.
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