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  CalendarHome.com - Tarring and feathering - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Tarring and feathering is a physical punishment, at least as old as the Crusades, used to enforce formal justice in feudal Europe and informal justice in Europe and its colonies in the early modern period, as well as the early American frontier, mostly as a type of mob vengeance (compare Lynch law).
Both pine tar, used in early industry, and feathers from edible fowl sources (such as chickens) were plentiful.
In a milder form, avoiding wounds by fixing the tar on (under)clothing, it is still occasionally used, as a humiliating or jocular punishment, as for disobedient fraternity pledges (compare hazing).
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /cgi-bin/encyclopedia.pl?p=Tar_and_feather   (1096 words)

  Tarring and feathering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tarring and feathering is a physical punishment, at least as old as the Crusades, used to enforce formal justice in feudal Europe and informal justice in Europe and its colonies in the early modern period, as well as the early American frontier, mostly as a type of mob vengeance (compare Lynch law).
In a milder form, avoiding wounds by fixing the tar on (under)clothing, it is still occasionally used, as a humiliating or jocular punishment, as for disobedient fraternity pledges (compare hazing).
Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS church, was tarred and feathered by a mob while living in Kirtland, Ohio.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tarring_and_feathering   (954 words)

 American History: Tarring and Feathering: HistoryWiz: Did You Know??
Tar could easily be found in the shipyards and everyone had feathers in their pillows.
With the materials at hand, tarring and feathering was a common threat and punishment.
Though the tarring was not usually fatal, it was extremely unpleasant.
www.historywiz.com /didyouknow/tarringandfeathering.htm   (492 words)

 West Tarring - In The Past - The Old Palace
West Tarring was given to Christchurch, Canterbury, by King Athelstan, who died A.D. 941, and it is probable that from an early period the Archbishops had an establishment here, of which they could avail them-selves when journeying through the county.
There is a tradition of a "menagerie" as one of the buildings at Tarring, and that it was "filled with monkeys." On Becket's embassy to France in 1159, each of his sumpter horses is said to have carried on its back, in addition to its packs, a long-tailed ape, in a procession which.
Now the manor bearing this name would presumably be the same as "Tarring Rectoria," which was the title borne in 1539 by the manor for which courts were held in the old Palace down to so recent a date as 1844.
tarring.inthepast.org.uk /old_palace.htm   (8515 words)

 West Tarring | British History Online
In 1978 West Tarring village largely retained its pre-20th-century character, partly on account of the bypass road constructed to the east of it between 1931 and 1934.
 The new streets between West Tarring village and the railway suffered during the second outbreak of typhoid in Worthing in 1893, with 55 recorded cases and 9 deaths.
8) and in 1602 a shearman of West Tarring leased a fulling-mill in Wiston.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=18267   (8069 words)

 SkiWax.ca Tarring Wood Skis
Tarring the bases of wooden skis is a necessity to help ensure the skis have a long life and are enjoyable to use.
The tar used for base preparation for wooden skis is 100% pine tree tar.
Before you begin tarring the bases you should check that the base is dry so that the tarring process will not trap water in the wood.
www.skiwax.ca /tp/tarring.html   (652 words)

 Chapter VIII. “Tarring Down”-Daily Life-“Going Aft”-California. Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. 1909-14. ...
In this operation they always begin at the mast-head and work down, tarring the shrouds, back-stays, standing parts of the lifts, the ties, runners, etc., and go out to the yard-arms, and come in, tarring, as they come, the lifts and foot-ropes.
He only thinks of leaving no holydays, (places not tarred,) for in case he should, he would have to go over the whole again; or of dropping no tar upon the deck, for then there would be a soft word in his ear from the mate.
In this manner I tarred down all the headstays, but found the rigging about the jib-booms, martingale, and spritsail yard, upon which I was afterwards put, the hardest.
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 ipedia.com: Tarring and feathering Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Tarring and Feathering was a typical punishment used to enforce justice on the early American frontier.
Both tar used in construction and feathers from food sources (e.g.
Hot tar was either poured or painted on to a criminal while he (rarely she) was immobilized.
www.ipedia.com /tarring_and_feathering.html   (418 words)

 Am Rev Essays--Irvin
Tar and feathers was a very old form of punishment, but it does not appear to have ever been widely applied in England or in Europe.
Throughout New England, tar and feathers soon became the "popular Punishment for modern delinquents." By March, 1770, at least thirteen individuals had been feathered in the American colonies: eight in Massachusetts, two in New York, one in Virginia, one in Pennsylvania, and one in Connecticut.
This is not to suggest, however, that the practice of tarring and feathering ceased entirely.
revolution.h-net.msu.edu /essays/irvin.feathers.html   (1230 words)

 Warren Waste and the tarring and feathering of Joseph Smith
Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, was tarred and feathered on March 24, 1832.
Tarring and feathering of Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormons.
These circumstances exposed the life of the child, the measles struck in and caused its death, and the whole of this persecution was got up through the influence of those apostates; and it made it necessary to keep up a constant watch lest some violence should be repeated.
www.fourth-millennium.net /family-travels/warren-waste-articles.html   (1290 words)

 Quality Evaluation 2) Trouble with tarring - IS Co., Ltd. Senshoku Keizai Shimbun textileinfo.com
Tarring, or the deposition of aggregated coloring matter on the substrate due to disruption in the dispersion of disperse dyestuff, is a trouble in dyeing that was very difficult to deal with.
This is probably a case where calcium or iron, though present only in a small amount in the water, becomes enveloped by the sizing agent or surfactant used, thereby losing hydrophilicity and turning into highly inorganic dirt.
For a trouble that may, or may not at all, occur, the employment of this additional agent in every garment-dyeing bath seems rather taxing, but it is something of a requisite, I would say, as a sort of insurance.
textileinfo.com /en/quality/02.html   (389 words)

 Tarring and Feathering
The practice of applying hot tar and a coating of feathers to one's opponents was largely an American practice.
The use of solvents to loosen the tar was also unpleasant in the extreme, especially when a substance like turpentine came in contact with burned skin.
Tarring and feathering was a barbaric practice and, sadly, an effective one.
www.u-s-history.com /pages/h569.html   (431 words)

 Tarring Neville Sussex - (The Chest from the Spanish Armarda) - an English Village (UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Tarring Neville lies on the main A26 Newhaven and Seaford to Lewes road, and consists only of a church, 2 farms and a few of cottages.
The area was settled in the Iron Age with tumuli and settlements behind the village on top of the South Downs at Itford Hill.
Tarring Neville has no local services, but is well served by nearby Newhaven about 1 mile south west and the county town of Lewes about 5 miles north.
www.villagenet.co.uk /sevensisters/villages/tarringneville.php   (273 words)

 UCLA Math Consulting: Email Attachments
Although you can technically zip more than one file, generally you tar a group of files into one file, and then zip *that* file into a zipped version.
You will notice that the size of the "tarred" file is smaller than the original file.
I have chosen to lump the two "reverse" processes, unzipping and untarring, into one discussion, because if you both tar *and* zip a file, you will need to perform both of these operations to restore the original files.
www.math.ucla.edu /computing/user_support/os/unix/tarzip.html   (559 words)

 Times Express - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Most of the inconveniences have been minor, but the tarring smell was strong enough on two days last week that the fumes caused several students to become ill with headaches and upset stomachs.
Though there are only two days of tarring work left, changing the work schedule to weekends will cost the district an additional $3,600.
Last year, the district spent $2,200 to have a vanilla smell combined with the tar to ease the odor, but that, too, was met with complaints.
www.gatewaynewspapers.com /timesexpress/news/41919   (531 words)

 SkiWax.ca Tarring Wood Skis
The wood typically found on the base of a wooden ski is birch or hickory with the edges made of lignastone (a tough wood to keep the ski edge).
If any portion of the base appears to absorb the tar completely while being heated then the tar layer may have been too thin.
Applying a small amount of additional tar to this area and heat it into the wood.
www.skiwax.ca /tp/tarring.php   (898 words)

Haupt, generally taken to be in origin connected with Lat.
tar poured over it, a bag of feathers being after-wards shaken over him.
Savoy, was tarred and feathered and taken in a wheelbarrow to the Strand, where he was tied to the Maypole which stood by what is now See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /SUS_TAV/TARRING_AND_FEATHERING.html   (548 words)

 TPBC - Tarring Priory Bowls Club - Forthcoming Events
The main differences being that Field Place, Homefield Park, Marine Gardens and West Tarring wanted to play the leagues in the same format as is in use now and to include the participation of ladies.
Lancing, Tarring Priory, Worthing and Worthing Pavilion wanted to continue the league being 'Men only' and to revamp the way the league was structured by making it more competitive with Promotion and Relegation.
Tarring Priory have had their application for a second team in the Littlehampton Gazette Bowls League accepted for 2007.
www.tarringpriorybowls.org.uk /events.php   (1057 words)

 Roll of Honour - Sussex - Tarring Neville and South Heighton
Tarring Neville memorial resides in St. Mary's church, a small downland church near Newhaven (O/S Map Ref: TQ 444 038).
This is the only Meredith Evans listed with the CWGC and the connection with Tarring is unknown.
Born in South Heighton and enlisted in Newhaven Formerly with the Royal Field Artillery.
www.roll-of-honour.com /Sussex/TarringNeville.html   (314 words)

 THIS IS FINDON VILLAGE - Beating More Bounds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Way back in time there was a tradition known as "beating the bounds" and this was enacted each year and involved the local dignitaries of each area walking the whole circumference of their respective village to prove its existence and the location of its boundaries.
At five o'clock on Wednesday, 19th August 1896 the beating the bounds ritual was revived in nearby Tarring.
The meeting point for this semi-ecclesiastical and semi-parochial ceremony was on the eastern boundary line of Tarring Parish, near to the railway footbridge at an area known as Sheep Combe.
www.findonvillage.com /0854_beating_more_bounds.htm   (1408 words)

 GreenvilleOnline.com - State's road-tarring project in jeopardy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
They are called tar and gravel roads, a mixture of sprayed asphalt and rolled stone.
State highway engineers had already notified contractors that future tar and gravel paving was on hold because of the complaints.
He'd rather see asphalt but said the tar and gravel is okay as long as people drive far enough away from the person in front.
greenvilleonline.com /news/2005/02/13/2005021358562.htm   (980 words)

 1832 Tarring of Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Joseph is dragged from his bed, tarred and feathered by a mob led by former Mormon and Campbellite preacher Symonds Ryder.
My friends spent the night in scraping and removing the tar, and washing and cleansing my body; so that by morning I was ready to be clothed again.
The feathers which were used with the tar on this occasion, the mob took out of Elder Rigdens house.
www.saintswithouthalos.com /n/1832_tar.phtml   (2332 words)

 Parish of Denton with South Heighton and Tarring Neville
The remains of what is thought to have been a Priest's House in the west end of the churchyard, dating from about 1280, has recently been partly restored.
St Mary's Church at Tarring Neville is situated just off the A26 as you leave Newhaven or South Heighton, travelling towards Lewes and looks across the beautiful setting of the Ouse Valley.
The word "Tarring" is thought to refer to the people who settled in the area in Saxon times, while the word "Neville" refers to the family who later became landowners.
www.dentonparish.org.uk   (282 words)

 Tarring Appliances - Domestic Appliance Sales in Worthing - The Best Of Worthing - Worthing Business Directory brought ...
Tarring Appliances your local Worthing domestic appliance store offering quality domestic appliances at competitive prices with a personal service.
Tarring Appliances are a family run company that have been trading locally in Worthing since 1979.
We are very proud of the strong reputation we have built up over the years for supplying domestic appliances with a personal service at a competitive price.
www.thebestof.co.uk /worthing/3448/1/1/the_best_of.aspx   (453 words)

 Roll of Honour - Sussex - West Tarring
The West Tarring memorial is in the form of a large illuminated wooden board on the north wall of St. Andrews Parish Church listed with surnames and usually one christian name.
Nearly all the 85 names are included on the main War memorial in Chapel Road.
Son of Major General R.E. Vaughan (CB) and Mrs Amy Mountjoy Vaughan of "The Hollies"West Tarring.
www.roll-of-honour.com /Sussex/WestTarring.html   (254 words)

 West Tarring WMC FC
In a battle to be pole position Ali has been rumoured to spend at least 12 hours a day practising.
It has been recently reported that Conor Moss has been moonlighting as and Ice Cream Salesman, all we can say is thats Fab conor but can you Zoom along to the match on Saturday.
This will be West Tarrings new kit for the season 2006/07, The new kit is being modeled by the new West Tarring Strikers.
www.freewebs.com /westtarringwmcfc   (143 words)

We also offer a hot tar product to fill in cracks that you might have in your driveway.
We heat up a block of tar in our tar machine, and then put the tar in the crack.
The tar then cools filling in the crack and helps prevent water from getting under your drive or from cracking it.
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 The UNIX Forums - tarring and gzipping dump files
It was suggested that I tar and gzip the dump files before doing so.
tar will group all the files in question into one ".tar" file.
I was under the impression that I could gzip file1 file2 file3 file4 and it would produce a single gzipped file.
www.unix.com /showthread.php?t=14603   (277 words)

 Tarring, West Sussex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tarring used to be a village in Sussex, England.
Officially called West Tarring, to differentiate it from Tarring Neville near Lewes, it is usually called just "Tarring" (pronounced "Ta-ring", not "Tar-ring").
Home to the George and Dragon pub and Tarring Church, Tarring still enjoys a village atmosphere despite it being now a suburb of Worthing.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tarring,_England   (121 words)

 Amazon.com: Tarring   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Appendicia et pertinentiae: Or, Parochial fragments relating to the Parish of West Tarring, and the chapelries of Heene and Durrington, in the County of...
Holy matrimony: A sermon, preached in the Church of West Tarring, Sussex, January xv, MDCCCXXXVI ; with notes and appendix by John Wood Warter (Unknown Binding - 1837)
Chapters on the law relating to the colonies: To which are appended topical indexes of cases decided in the Privy Council on Appeal from the colonies,...
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