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  The Avalon Project : The Barbary Treaties 1786-1816 - Treaty of Peace and Friendship, Signed at Tripoli November 4, ...
Treaty of Peace and Friendship, signed at Tripoli November 4, 1796 (3 Ramada I, A. 1211), and at Algiers January 3, 1797 (4 Rajab, A. Original in Arabic.
There is a firm and perpetual Peace and friendship between the United States of America and the Bey and subjects of Tripoli of Barbary, made by the free consent of both parties, and guaranteed by the most potent Dey & regency of Algiers.
And he by virtue of his signature to this treaty engages for himself and successors to declare the justice of the case according to the true interpretation of the treaty, and to use all the means in his power to enforce the observance of the same.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/diplomacy/barbary/bar1796t.htm   (1071 words)

  
  Tripoli
Is situated in northwestern Libya, 90 km east of the border to Tunisia.
Tripoli is now sole capital of Libya, a position the city shared with Benghazi from independence in 1951 until the 1970's.
Tripoli is a principal seaport, and the commercial centre of Libya.
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Tripoli (population 1 million, Arabic: Tarabulus) is the capital of Libya.
The city is located in the northwest of the country, on the Mediterranean Sea.
The city was founded in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians, who named it Oea.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/t/tr/tripoli.html   (41 words)

  
 Tripoli - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tripoli (population 1.5 million, Arabic: طرابلس; Ṭarābulus) is the capital of Libya.
Tripoli is the largest city, the principal sea port, and the largest commercial and manufacturing centre in Libya.
From the Phoenicians Tripoli passed into the hands of the rulers of Cyrenaica (Barca), from whom it was wrested by the Carthaginians.
www.voyager.in /Tripoli   (971 words)

  
 Tripoli
Tripoli is Libya's largest city and port, and is the country's capital.
In the days when Tripoli was filled with merchants and camel caravans plying the Saharan trade routes, the old city was the site of several large inns, known as serais or funduqs.
This is Tripoli's oldest mosque, and the present building is a mixture of dates; its last major additions were built in about 1610.
www.geocities.com /amin_travel/libtri.html   (1378 words)

  
 "TRIPOLI" -- An Empowered E-Mail Environment (Overview)
Tripoli envisions an e-mail environment where users are empowered to make their own decisions regarding the types of e-mail and the levels of authentication on e-mail senders that they wish to enforce.
Tripoli envisions that such delegations (when desired) could be individually selected by users as they see fit depending upon their own proclivities and world views.
Tripoli would be implemented in a phased approach that would allow the use of unmodified user e-mail software during the transition period.
www.pfir.org /tripoli-overview   (3519 words)

  
 Terrorism In Early America
Tripoli was defended by 25,000 soldiers and 115 cannon ashore, and 24 warships guarded the harbor.
Without troops to storm the port, all that Preble and his men could do was to disrupt the Pasha's economy by not allowing the pirates to practice their trade and to keep the pasha on the defensive (Channing, 1968).
Eaton and Hamet fled from the shores of Tripoli with the marines and Christian mercenaries to escape certain death at the hands of their angry followers, for whom peace would end all prospects of loot.
www.earlyamerica.com /review/2002_winter_spring/terrorism.htm   (3640 words)

  
 Tripoli (Life in the Holy Land)
From a residence of several years in Tripoli, I can testify to the ever-changing beauty of its scenery, the lusciousness of its fruits, as well as the courtesy and hospitality of the better portion of its people.
Passing beyond the castle, and descending rapidly into the gorge of the river, you walk for a few minutes among trees and flowers and murmuring waters to the convent of the Mullawîyeh dervishes, who perform their sacred dances every Friday afternoon, at certain seasons of the year.
The steel-tracked tramway from Tripoli passes down the broad level road between the gardens to the Mîna gate, and thence to the seashore.
www.lifeintheholyland.com /tripoli.htm   (809 words)

  
 Tripoli   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tripoli became an Arab Muslim stronghold; but in its history, the city was destined to face more conquerors-i.e.
Tripoli, again, witnessed an unpleasant event which Occurred between (1801 and 1804) for which, I Presume is worthy of record because it has become a part of its struggle for freedom and independence.
One of these Warships, the "Philadelphia" foundered on the rocks in Tripoli Port The Libyan seized her while she was tendered immovable and turned her guns on the other American warships.
www.libyaninvestment.com /travel/tripoli.php   (1018 words)

  
 Tripoli travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tripoli (Arabic: طرابلس Ṭarābulus) is the capital, largest city, principal harbour and biggest commercial and manufacturing centre of the North African country of Libya.
Tripoli is located in the north-west of Libya and is situated on the Mediterranean Sea.
Tripoli was founded in the 7th century BCE by the Phoenicians, who named their settlement Oea—due to the city's long history, there are multiple sites of archaeological significance in the city and in its surroundings, not least from the period under the Roman Empire.
wikitravel.org /en/Tripoli   (705 words)

  
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Tripoli, 85 kilometers north of Beirut, is Lebanon's second largest city, and known as the capital of the North.
Tripoli is a city where modern and medieval blend, with a number of historical sights including 12 mosques from Mamluke and Ottoman periods and a Crusader Church along with an equal number of madrassas or theological schools.
One of the oldest in Tripoli, the, dates to the first half of the 14th century and was probably built on the remains.
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 Tripoli Rocketry Association
Tripoli members come from all walks of life and all ages.
Tripoli is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and operation of amateur high power rocketry.
LDRS, Tripoli's largest annual launch, is held once a year with the location being selected by the hosting Prefecture.
www.tripoli.org   (263 words)

  
 tripoli-abs
TRIPOLI 3.5 solves the transport equation for neutral particles in general three-dimensional geometrical configurations.
TRIPOLI 3.5 has a modular structure and input data are user friendly: keywords in French or in English are used to define calculation options, volumes and compositions are specified by names chosen by the user.
TRIPOLI 3.5 treats an arbitrary three-dimensional configuration of volumes bounded by first and second-degree surfaces.
www.nea.fr /html/dbprog/tripoli-abs.html   (591 words)

  
 Tripoli   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Built on the trade and invasion route near the Abu Ali River, Tripoli's strategic position was enhanced by offshore islands, natural ports and access to the interior.
The Byzantine city of Tripolis, which by then extended to the south, was destroyed, along with other Mediterranean coastal cities, by an earthquake and tidal wave in 551.
Tripoli's only functioning hammam is Hammam el-Abed, probably built at the end of the 17th century.
www.middleeast.com /tripoli.htm   (1909 words)

  
 A Journey in Modern Tripoli
When you travel from Beirut to Tripoli, you will first pass by its southern districts and quickly arrive to the Tell (Jamal AbdulNasser) square, that is the central square in the city.
At the Cornish, you may please your eyes with the view of Tripoli, the mountains behind, and the extending coast.
This is mainly a residential and commercial area and is a center for vegetables and fruits wholesales.
tripoli-city.org /guide8.html   (598 words)

  
 Annual Progress Reports
The Tripoli CSD stakeholders are committed to school improvement.
Tripoli CSD has set the annual improvement goal for math to increase the percent of students’ proficient (>78.1%) on the 8
Tripoli CSD has set the annual improvement goal for science to increase the percent of students’ proficient (>75%) on the 8
www.tripoli.k12.ia.us /apr.html   (1440 words)

  
 Tripoli, city, Libya — Infoplease.com
Captured in 1510 by the Spanish, Tripoli was granted (1528) to the Knights of St. John, who held it until 1551, when it was taken by the Ottoman Turks.
In 1911, Tripoli passed to Italy, and later it was made the capital of the Italian colony of Libya.
To the shores of Tripoli: long before the term "state-sponsored terrorism" was coined, the Barbary pirates took hostages and exacted......
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 Tripoli - Lebanon (beryte.com)
Tripoli (Trablous), 85 Km North of Beirut, has a special character all its own due to its historical wealth, relaxed lifestyle and thriving business climate, this is the city where modern and medieval blend easily into a lively and hospitable metropolis.
Tripoli is classified 2nd in the world with its fascinating Mamlouk architecture.
Modern Tripoli, which has a population of about 500’000, is divided into two parts: El-Mina (the port area and site of the ancient city) and the town of Tripoli proper.
www.beryte.com /regional/tripoli   (968 words)

  
 Tripoli, Lebanon  -  Travel Photos by Galen R. Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Tripoli (city, Lebanon) (Arabic Þarâbulus; ancient Tripolis), city in northwestern Lebanon, on the Mediterranean Sea.
It is a rail and highway center and is the terminal of an oil pipeline.
Founded after 700BC, Tripoli was the capital of a Phoenician federation.
www.galenfrysinger.com /tripoli.htm   (146 words)

  
 Tripoli travel guide
Tripoli (Trablos), some 85 km north of Beirut and the second largest city in Lebanon, shares in the long history of the Levantine coast.
Tripoli is famous for its ancient markets, furniture, sweets and artisanat.
Islamic religious schools known as "madrassas" bear witness to the brilliance of Tripoli in the Middle Ages.
www.world66.com /asia/middleeast/lebanon/tripoli   (211 words)

  
 Triumph of the Will
At Tripoli the U.S. Marines fought the Barbary pirates, 1805
The actions of the United States Marines was celebrated in the opening of the "Marine Corp Hymn": "to the shores of Tripoli".
The Battle of Tripoli Harbor was a naval blockade which took place during the First Barbary War between the U.S. Navy and the forces of Tripoli.
www.vernonjohns.org /snuffy1186/tripoli.html   (457 words)

  
 Tripoli, Iowa (IA) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hospitals, schools, crime, news, sex ...
Back to Tripoli, IA housing info, Bremer County, Iowa, IA smaller cities, IA small cities, All Cities.
According to our research there was one registered sex offender living in Tripoli, Iowa in early 2007.
The ratio of number of residents in Tripoli to the number of sex offenders is 1267 to 1.
www.city-data.com /city/Tripoli-Iowa.html   (1298 words)

  
 USS Tripoli (LPH 10)
While assigned to a MCM force sweeping toward the shore of Faylaka Island during the Gulf War on January 17, USS TRIPOLI and the other ships of the MCM force were targeted by Iraqi Silkworm anti-ship missile fire control radars.
USS TRIPOLI was able to continue her mission for several days before being relieved by USS LA SALLE (AGF 3) and USS NEW ORLEANS (LPH 11).
USS TRIPOLI then proceeded to Bahrain for repair where the photos below were taken.
navysite.de /lph/lph10.htm   (345 words)

  
 Tripoli
Tripoli became a part of Lebanon in 1920.
downtown Tripoli, is the transportation center and terminus for most taxi routes.
South of Tripoli, the village of Qalmoun is known for its brass industry.
www.lebanon2000.com /tripoli.htm   (847 words)

  
 www.myspace.com/tripolimusic
Tripoli werd voor het eerst opgemerkt in de finale van het Oost-Vlaams Rockconcours van 2003.
Een betere start kon Tripoli zich niet indenken en de groep ging door op dit elan...
Tripoli is de artiest van de week by Rock Willy 2007!
www.myspace.com /tripolimusic   (748 words)

  
 Tripoli, Libya  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Tripoli is the site of Alfateh University; colleges of arts and crafts, electronics, technology, and telecommunications; the National Archives, with a large collection of documents relating to the history of Tripolitania; and the Government Library.
When Libya was granted independence in 1951, Tripoli and Benghazi became co capitals of the country; Tripoli was made the sole capital in the early 1970s.
Since 1963 revenues from foreign petroleum sales have greatly contributed to the development of the city.
www.galenfrysinger.com /tripoli_libya.htm   (239 words)

  
 Tripoli-Lebanon.com The Web Site of Tripoli-Lebanon
Tripoli -Lebanon : From the earliest times Tripoli in North Lebanon was an unusual city due to its configuration for it was not one city but " three cities in one", hence its name Tripoli or the "Tri-city".
Tripoli thus inevitably played and still playing a predominant role in political and economic developments in the region and the Middle East for over two millennia.
E-Friends is a service where friends help friends do everything from finding a job to sharing their favorite restaurant.
www.tripoli-lebanon.com /main.html   (293 words)

  
 Current local time in Tripoli - Libya
Sunday, November 18, 2007 at 12:32 AM Find rising and setting times for other dates
When can I call/have a meeting with someone in Tripoli?
Show time difference between Tripoli time and other time zones
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