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  1780 Encyclopedia
Year 1780 (MDCCLXXX) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar (or a leap year starting on Wednesday of the 11-day slower Julian calendar).
The original Craven Cottage was built in 1780, by William Craven, the sixth Baron Craven and was located on the centre circle of the pitch.
List of Acts of Parliament of the United Kingdom Parliament, 1780-1800
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 Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama
The census of 1840, of Clarke County, Ala., lists as in the household of Richard Rivers (b.
He stated that he enlisted late in 1776; served at various times under Capt. Hally Risbean, Col. Thomas Sumter, General Moultrie, South Carolina Troops, as a private, amounting in 211 to one year and ten months.
Military service was a private in the States of South Carolina and Georgia near Charleston, Parysburg and along the Savannah River, under various officers including Captains Cunningham, William Lytle, David Cowan, Major Armstrong, and Colonels Mathew Locke, Archibald Lytle and Colonel Harris.
www.archives.state.al.us /al_sldrs/r_list.html   (4215 words)

  
  Virginia, state, United States. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Along with Massachusetts, Virginia was a leader in the movement that culminated in the American Revolution although, despite the burning oratory of Patrick Henry and the enlightened political writings of Thomas Jefferson and other brilliant native spokesmen, Virginia was never as politically discontent or radical as Massachusetts.
The Virginia leaders proposed (May, 1774) a congress of all the colonies, delegates were chosen at the First Virginia Convention (Aug.), and in September Virginia’s Peyton Randolph was elected president of the First Continental Congress.
Elsewhere in the state, especially in the west, antislavery sentiment was strong in the early 19th cent., and following the slave insurrection (1831) led by Nat Turner the house of delegates voted down a bill to abolish slavery by the narrow margin of seven votes.
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 List of state leaders in 1800 Online Research :: Information about List of state leaders in 1800   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
List of state leaders in 1799 - 1800 - List of state leaders in 1801 - State leaders by year
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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 PA State Archives - RG-27 - Series Description - Pennsylvania's Revolutionary Government   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Listings of appointments are mentioned for Philadelphia City and County, Bucks County, Lancaster County, York County, Cumberland County, Bedford County, Northumberland County, Westmoreland County, Washington County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Montgomery County, Dauphin County, Luzerne County, Huntingdon County, Allegheny County, Mifflin County, and Delaware.
Letters state the date of the petition, the petitioner and sender's name (if it was sent as a reference), place of origin of the letter, the petitioner's experience, and vouchers for the petitioner's character.
Listed is information pertaining to dates of commission, name of person receiving the commission, number of carriage guns, swivels and tons on ship; number of men on ship, what commander the commissioned man was under and on what vessel he was assigned.
www.phmc.state.pa.us /bah/dam/rg/sd/r27sd.htm   (4680 words)

  
 Outline of American History - Chapter 4
Other states enlarged the list of liberties to guarantee freedom of speech, of assembly and of petition, and frequently included such provisions as the right to bear arms, to a writ of habeas corpus, to inviolability of domicile and to equal protection under the law.
The states gave preference to American goods in their tariff policies, but these tariffs were inconsistent, leading to the demand for a stronger central government to implement a uniform policy.
The proposals were to be ratified by one of two methods: either by the legislatures of three-fourths of the states, or by convention in three-fourths of the states, with the Congress proposing the method to be used.
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 World Almanac for Kids
The state is roughly rectangular in shape, and its extreme dimensions are about 305 km (about 190 mi) from E to W and about 180 km (about 110 mi) from N to S. Elevations range from sea level, along the Atlantic Ocean, to 1064 m (3491 ft), atop Mt. Greylock, in the NW.
The state is usually struck by several tornadoes each year; a particularly damaging tornado battered the Worcester area in 1953.
What set Massachusetts off from the other northeastern states was the emergence of a remarkably talented group of men and women who became national figures in a wide spectrum of activities, from art to literature to social reform.
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 1779   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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June 1 - American Revolutionary War: Benedict Arnold is court-martialed for malfeasance in his treatment of government property.
July 16 - American Revolutionary War: United States forces led by General Anthony Wayne capture Stony Point, New York from British troops.
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 Religion and the State Governments (Religion and the Founding of the American Republic, Library of Congress Exhibition)
In the revised creed, adopted by the Presbyterian Church in the United States in 1788, "nursing fathers" was elevated from an explanatory footnote--(note f), as it appears here, to the body of the text in the section on the duties of the civil magistrate.
For three years, from 1778 to 1780, the political energies of the state were absorbed in drafting a charter of government that the voters would accept.
Isaac Backus (1724-1806) was the leader of the New England Baptists.
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 French Volunteers in the American Revolution
In March 1780, Fleury was given the rank of major in the French Saintonge Regiment.
Further, the agreement stated that Coudray would have "the direction of whatever relates to the artillery and Corps of Engineers." Such authority had not been coordinated with the American Congress or senior military commanders.
The leader of the earlier group was the able and highly respected du Portail.
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 1782   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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January 15 - Superintendent of Finance Robert Morris goes before the United States Congress to recommend establishment of a national mint and decimal coinage
November 30 - American Revolutionary War: In Paris, representatives from the United States and the Kingdom of Great Britain sign preliminary peace articles (later formalized in the Treaty of Paris).
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 Eastern Patriarchates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In 544, Jacob Baradaeus (a Monophysite leader) consecrated Sergius of Tella as Patriarch in opposition to the Imperial-backed Orthodox candidate.
With the establishment of an independent Armenian state in Cilicia in 1058, the Armenian patriarchate was transferred to Sivas, eventually settling in the city of Sis.
During the ascendancy of the Mongols, many notable leaders, including Hulegu (the first Ilkhan), belonged to this church, and though reliable statistics are not available, it is likely that this church, whose remnants today number at most a few million, boasted the largest population of any Christian denomination.
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 New Jersey during the Revolution
New Jersey is called the crossroads of the American Revolution, because it held a key geographical position at the center of the new nation, and the armies were in or crossing it throughout the war.
The British and their Hessian troops who entered the state to crush the rebellion were brutal in their habits, stealing, looting and raping, both patriots and loyalist.
The fighting force of the United States fleet, and State ships was small, but the effect of the commerce raiding on British merchantmen was an important factor in winning the war.
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 THE NATURAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF VERMONT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
MAJOR-GENERAL OF THE MILITIA IN THE STATE OF VERMONT.
Lake Champlain separates Vermont from the state of New York; its length (reckoning from White Hall [2], in the State of New York, to Fort St. Johns, in Lower Canada) is about one hundred and sixty miles, and its mean width near five miles.
Dewey to interpose his good offices, and state the grievances of the people, assuring him that they should be redressed so far as was consistent, and that if the people chose to send agents to negociate an accommodation, they should be received and protected, excepting Mr.
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 List of state leaders in 1783   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Prime Minister - Ove Jørgensen Høegh-Guldberg, Minister of State of Denmark (1772-1784)
Elias Boudinot, President of the United States in Congress Assembled (1782-1783)
Thomas Mifflin, President of the United States in Congress Assembled (1783-1784)
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 Bambooweb: 1778
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"The term Thoroughbred was first used in the United States in an advertisement in a Kentucky gazette to describe a New Jersey stallion called Pilgarlick.
February 6 - American Revolutionary War: In Paris the Treaty of Alliance and the Treaty of Amity and Commerce are signed by the United States and France signaling official recognition of the new republic.
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 State 4-H Dog Show Premium List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
All blue ribbon winners are eligible to enter the State 4-H Dog Show in the classes where they earned their blue ribbon at the county qualifying show.
State 4-H Dog Show t-shirts and sweatshirts will be for sale in the entry of the 4-H Building on both Saturday and Sunday.
Eligible 4-H'ers are to submit their State 4-H Dog Show Member Entry Form and a photocopy of DogIDA-Revised 2004 [4-H Dog Project Identification Form and Vaccination Certificate] with payment to their County Extension Office by the date set by their Regional Extension Office.
www.fourh.umn.edu /mndog/StateShow/2004StateShowPremiumList.html   (3331 words)

  
 FT March 2004: Publick Religion: Adams v. Jefferson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The state should not give special aid, support, privilege, or protection to religious doctrines or groups—through special tax appropriations and exemptions, special donations of goods and realty, or special laws of incorporation and criminal protection.
Its policy was state appointment of chaplains for the legislature, military, and prisons; state sanctions against blasphemy, sacrilege, and iconoclasm; state administration of tithe collections, test oaths, and clerical appointments; state sponsorship of religious societies, schools, and charities.
Article II stated that: “it is the right as well as the duty of all men in society, publickly, and at stated seasons to worship the Supreme Being, the great Creator and preserver of the Universe.” Article III provided the reasoning: “the public worship of God and instructions in piety, religion, and morality.
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 1781   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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January 30 - Articles of Confederation ratified by 13th state, Maryland.
October 1 - James Lawrence, Captain of the United States Navy known for his success fulactivities during the War of 1812.
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 Women-Lewis
With broadaxe and jackknife, he made his cabin, furniture, and many of the farming implements and kitchen utensils; and with spinning wheel, loom, and dyepots, she made all the clothing of the family, the household linen, blankets, quilts, coverlets, curtains, rugs, and other such furnishings.
One hundred and twenty-four artisans in 23 professions were located in Rowan County by 1759; and a sample of those who appeared on a 1759 tax list confirms that 62 craftsmen practiced 17 trades.
Most indentures for young girls specified only a length of time and stated that the master should “comply with the law.” When the apprenticeship was completed the girl usually received money and/or property of a pre-agreed amount and a suit of clothes.
www.ah.dcr.state.nc.us /sections/hp/colonial/nchr/Subjects/lewis.htm   (6193 words)

  
 Historic Trails   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Its aim was not only to draw tourists to the State’s most valuable tourist asset (history), but to increase citizen awareness of our cultural and historic heritage and encourage communities to develop their own historic resources.
Washington entered the state crossing the northern border of South Carolina near Little River where the first State Welcome Center is located, he followed the King’s Highway to near the ocean at Myrtle Beach from which point he traveled along the grand strand south to Surfside beach.
Much evidence of Sherman’s march remains: Rivers Bridge State Park; the ruins of old Saluda Factory; the cannonball scars on the State House; the ruins of General Wade Hampton’s home, Millwood; and the Kelly house, which was used as Union headquarters outside of Hartsville.
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 Office of Medicaid Management DOH Medicaid Update November 2003 Vol. 18, No.11
Under federal Medicaid standards and New York State Law, it is required that all children be tested for lead at 1 and 2 years of age using venous or capillary blood lead testing.
NY State's standards for blood lead testing are found at: www.health.state.ny.us.
The guidelines were distributed by the New York State Department of Health to all primary care physicians and selected specialty physicians in September 2003.
www.health.state.ny.us /health_care/medicaid/program/update/2003/nov2003.htm   (5858 words)

  
 The Enlightenment, Freemasonry, and The Illuminati
Leo XII lamented the fact that Christian princes and heads of state had not fully obeyed the Vatican in suppressing Masonry, "as the safety of both Church and State required", in the words of one Jesuit writer.
Within certain segments of the state and church, it was thought that the Order had burrowed still further underground, and was at work throughout the continent under many different guises.
Local and state laws against theatre were repealed, along with censorship laws as well — all to the consternation of ministers throughout the country.
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 State leaders by year - Gurupedia
This is a list of heads of state,
government leaders, and other rulers in any given year.
1780s: 1780 - 1781 - 1782 - 1783 - 1784 - 1785 - 1786 - 1787 - 1788 - 1789
www.gurupedia.com /h/he/heads_of_state_timeline.htm   (676 words)

  
 www.AndrewSullivan.com - Daily Dish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Davis's bill is ingenious: he would add, until the next Census, two members to the House, one from the District and one from the state entitled to the 436th member according to the apportionment formula established by statute.
Happily, the 436th state under the 2000 Census is Utah, which means that supporters of Davis's bill can be almost 100 percent certain that it would result in the election of one new Democrat and one new Republican.
First, by moving what has traditionally been a state prerogative - local marriage laws -- to the federal government, it is in direct violation of the principles of federalism.
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