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1850Participation and Association Offences (police radio code; New Zealand)
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Judge Driscoll had retired from the bench and from all business activities in 1850, and had now been comfortably idle three years.
Melville resided in New York City until 1850, when they purchased a farmhouse at Pittsfield, their farm adjoining that formerly owned by Mr.
(Bohn's Classical Library), 1850; by Wharton, 1883 (see Greek version), S.
Samuel Ferguson returned to England about 1850, and, more than ever possessed by the demon of discovery, he spent the intervening time, until 1853, in accompanying Captain McClure on the expedition that went around the American Continent from Behring's Straits to Cape Farewell.
In Wordsworth's prefatory advertisement to the first edition of The Prelude, published in 1850, it is stated that that work was intended to be introductory to The Recluse: and that The Recluse, if completed, would have consisted of three parts.
But, since the legislative act of 1850, when she heard, with perfect surprise and consternation, Christian and humane people actually recommending the remanding escaped fugitives into slavery, as a duty binding on good citizens,--when she heard, on all hands, from kind, compassionate and estimable people, in the free states of the North, deliberations and discussions as to what Christian duty could be on this head,--she could only think, These men and Christians cannot know what slavery is; if they did, such a question could never be open for discussion.
At length in 1850, at the age of eighty, he too closed his eyes, and went "From sunshine to the sunless land."
"Best brands Circassians, crop of 1850, L200; 1852, L250; 1854,
June 11th, 1850.--Six months to look back on--six long, lonely months since Laura and I last saw each other!
One pleasant morning after a cold night, February 24th, 1850, having gone to Flint's Pond to spend the day, I noticed with surprise, that when I struck the ice with the head of my axe, it resounded like a gong for many rods around, or as if I had struck on a tight drum-head.
14,000,000 in 1825; say 23,000,000 in 1850; 40,000,000 in 1875.
Just a month from this day, on September 20, 1850, I shall be sitting in this chair, in this study, at ten o'clock at night, longing to die, weary of incessant insight and foresight, without delusions and without hope.