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* 1831 – Samuel Francis Smith wrote My Country, ' Tis of Thee for the Boston, MA July 4th festivities.
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Reference to them is made according to the organization of Immanuel Bekker's Royal Prussian Academy edition ( Aristotelis Opera edidit Academia Regia Borussica, Berlin, 1831 – 1870 ), which in turn is based on ancient classifications of these works.
In 1859, Nobel's father left his factory in the care of the second son, Ludvig Nobel ( 1831 – 1888 ), who greatly improved the business.
* 1831 – Soldiers marching on the Broughton Suspension Bridge in Manchester, England cause it to collapse.
* 1831 – Nat Turner's slave rebellion commences just after midnight in Southampton County, Virginia, leading to the deaths of more than 50 whites and several hundred African Americans who are killed in retaliation for the uprising.
* 1831 – French intervention forces William I of the Netherlands to abandon his attempt to suppress the Belgian Revolution.
In the late eighteenth and during the nineteenth century, Lithuanian participants in the 1794, 1830 – 1831, and 1863 rebellions against the Russian czarist rule were exiled to Abakan.
* Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first leader of free modern Greece ( 1776 – 1831 ), had a large building erected ; intended as a barracks, it was subsequently used as a museum, a library and a school.
Work was also progressing on the northern half of the West Wing ( The Egyptian Sculpture Gallery ) 1826 – 1831, with Montagu House demolished in 1842 to make room for the final part of the West Wing, completed in 1846, and the South Wing with its great colonnade, initiated in 1843 and completed in 1847, when the Front Hall and Great Staircase were opened to the public.
The first Portalian president was General Joaquín Prieto, who served two terms ( 1831 – 1836, 1836 – 1841 ).
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A contractor reportedly named Samuel Hoosier preferred to hire workers from Indiana during the construction of the Louisville and Portland Canal ( 1826 – 1831 ) in Louisville.
In 1831 Georgia militia arrested Samuel Worcester for residing on Indian lands without a state permit, imprisoning him in Milledgeville.
Northbridge claims to history include: Native American Nipmuc lands, Colonel John Spring, who led the Uxbridge militia training company in the American Revolution, Samuel Spring, Revolutionary War Chaplain, the Residence of Ezra T. Benson 1830-1832, the birthplace of President Millard Fillmore's mother, Phoebe, and home to the Whitin Machine Works from 1831 to 1964
* Samuel M. Stephenson ( 1831 – 1907 ), member of United States House of Representatives from Michigan
Samuel Lover, writing in 1831, describes the leprechaun as ,... quite a beau in his dress, notwithstanding, for he wears a red square-cut coat, richly laced with gold, and inexpressible of the same, cocked hat, shoes and buckles.
Samuel Francis Smith wrote the lyrics to " My Country, ' Tis of Thee " in 1831, while a student at the Andover Theological Seminary in Andover, Massachusetts.
Madison Avenue was not part of the original New York City street grid established in the Commissioners ' Plan of 1811, and was carved between Park Avenue ( formerly Fourth ) and Fifth Avenue in 1836, due to the effort of lawyer and real estate developer Samuel B. Ruggles, a graduate of Yale University who had previously purchased and developed New York's Gramercy Park in 1831, who was in part responsible for the development of Union Square, and who also named Lexington Avenue.
Albert Samuel Anker ( April 1, 1831 – July 16, 1910 ) was a Swiss painter and illustrator who has been called the " national painter " of Switzerland because of his enduringly popular depictions of 19th-century Swiss village life.
In 1822 the first class of boys and girls was confirmed at the Hamburg Temple, and in 1831 Rabbi Samuel Egers, a prominent traditional rabbi of his time, began to confirm boys and girls at the synagogue of Brunswick.
The region had few inhabitants at this time, with the 1831 edition of Samuel Lewis's " Topographical Dictionary of England " claiming Crookham had 623 inhabitants and not even mentioning the ( at the time ) much smaller Fleet.
Sir Samuel Bentham ( 11 January 1757 in England – 31 May 1831 in London, England ) was a noted English mechanical engineer and naval architect credited with numerous innovations, particularly related to naval architecture, including weapons.
In 1831, Grimké was courted by Edward Bettle, the son of Samuel and Jane Bettle, both of whom were active members of Philadelphia Quaker society.
The island's last major slave revolt, the Christmas Rebellion or Baptist War ( 1831 – 1832 ) took place in the area around Montego Bay ; the leader of the revolt, Samuel Sharpe, was hanged there in 1832.
Samuel Henry Harkwood ( Sam ) Livingston ( 4 February 1831 – 4 October 1897 ) came to Canada following an unsuccessful venture in the Californian gold rush of 1849, and eventually found his way to Jumping Pound, North-West Territories, in 1873 where he opened a trading post.