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* On Saint Nicholas Day ( 6 December ), the Niklasmarkt ( Nicholas Market ) commemorates the Niklasspende, a medieval foundation for the poor.
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On 26 June, Alexei died in the Petropavlovskaya fortress in Saint Petersburg, two days after the senate had condemned him to death for conspiring rebellion against his father, and for hoping for the cooperation of the common people and the armed intervention of his brother-in-law, the emperor.
On 15 December 1840, brought back to France from Saint Helena, Napoleon's remains passed under it on their way to the Emperor's final resting place at the Invalides.
On May 5, 1940 Pope Pius XII named her a joint Patron Saint of Italy along with Saint Francis of Assisi.
On September 24, 1834 a committee was appointed by the general assembly of the church to organize a new volume containing the most significant Latter Day Saint revelations.
* A. Terian, Patriotism And Piety In Armenian Christianity: The Early Panegyrics On Saint Gregory, St Vladimir ’ s Seminary Press, 2005
On May 20, 1802, Napoleon signed a law to maintain slavery where it had not yet disappeared, namely Martinique, Tobago, and Saint Lucia.
On 13 November 833, Ebbo of Rheims presided over a synod in the Church of Saint Mary in Soissons which deposed Louis and forced him to publicly confess many crimes, none of which he had, in fact, committed.
On 26 June 2009, Methodists celebrated the 120th year since Methodism arrived in Czarist Russia by erecting a new Methodist centre in Saint Petersburg.
On April 25, 1507, as a member of the Gymnasium Vosagense at Saint Diey ( German: Sankt Didel ) in the duchy of Lorraine ( today Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, France ), he produced a globular world map and a large 12-panel world wall map ( Universalis Cosmographia, both bearing the first use of the name " America ").
On November 29, 1798, during Fanning's administration, Great Britain granted approval to change the colony's name from St. John's Island to Prince Edward Island to distinguish it from similar names in the Atlantic, such as the cities of Saint John, New Brunswick and St. John's in Newfoundland.
On 8 November 1760, Clement XIII issued a Papal bull Quantum ornamenti, which approved the request of King Charles III of Spain to invoke the Immaculate Conception as the Patroness of the Spanish Kingdom, along with its eastern and western territories, while also maintaining Saint James the Greater be given a distinguished honor as co-patron.
* Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, On Consideration, ( addressed to Pope Eugene III ), George Lewis, trans., Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1908.
On the Baltic Sea Peter founded a new capital called Saint Petersburg, later known as Russia's Window to Europe.
On leaving the University of Oxford, in 1676, Edmond Halley visited Saint Helena and set up an observatory with a aerial telescope with the intention of studying stars from the Southern Hemisphere.
On 21 May 2002 they were granted access to full British citizenship by the British Overseas Territories Act 2002 and there is a special Saint Helena passport issued to Saint Helenians.
On September 24, 1991, Father Pivarunas was consecrated a bishop at Mount Saint Michael by Bishop Moises Carmona.
On and Nicholas
" On his arrival in Rome, however, charges of simony, or the buying of ecclesiastical office, and lack of learning were brought against him, and his elevation to York was refused by Pope Nicholas II, who also deposed him from Worcester.
On the night of Christmas Eve, so important is the appearance of the first star in remembrance of the Star of Bethlehem, that it has been given an affectionate name of " the little star " or Gwiazdka ( the female counterpart of St. Nicholas ).
In a Lonely Place ( 1950 ) was Nicholas Ray's breakthrough ; his other noirs include his debut, They Live by Night ( 1948 ), and On Dangerous Ground ( 1952 ), noted for their unusually sympathetic treatment of characters alienated from the social mainstream.
On 4 September 1943, Stalin invited Metropolitan Sergius, Metropolitan Alexius and Metropolitan Nicholas to the Kremlin and proposed to reestablish the Moscow Patriarchate, which had been suspended since 1925, and elect the Patriarch.
Empress Maria with her son, future Nicholas IIThe family of Alexander III being blessed by Jesus Christ in a portrait by Makarov. On the morning of 13 March 1881, Alexander II, aged sixty-two, was killed by a bomb on the way back to the Winter Palace from a military parade.
On the death of Anastasius, Nicholas was elected pope on 3 December 1154, taking the name Adrian IV.
On July 17, 1918, Bolshevik authorities acting on Yakov Sverdlov orders in Moscow and led locally by Filip Goloschekin and Yakov Yurovsky, shot Nicholas II, his immediate family, and four servants in the cellar of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
On July 18, 1918, the day after the killing at Yekaterinburg of the last Tsar, Nicholas II and family, members of the extended Russian royal family, the Romanovs, including a nun, and servants met a brutal death by being thrown down a mineshaft near Alapayevsk by Bolsheviks.
On November 12, 1734, Nicholas Mahudel, physician, antiquarian and numismatist, read a paper at a public sitting of the Académie Royale des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres in which he defined three " usages " of stone, bronze and iron in a chronological sequence.
Roughly a century before Copernicus, Christian scholar Nicholas of Cusa also proposed that the Earth rotates on its axis in his book, On Learned Ignorance ( 1440 ).
On 2 February 1553 Cranmer was ordered to appoint Knox as vicar of Allhallows Church in London placing him under the authority of the Bishop of London, Nicholas Ridley.
On October 1, 1213, while Nicholas de Romanis was working to bring about the end of the Interdict, the citizens of Oxford sent him a letter asking him to resolve their problems with the scholars who had taught there.
On 19 February 1329 Nicholas V presided at a bizarre ceremony in the Duomo of Pisa, at which a straw puppet representing Pope John XXII and dressed in pontifical robes was formally condemned, degraded, and handed over to the secular arm ( to be " executed ").
On 13 July 1817, Nicholas married Charlotte of Prussia ( 1798 – 1860 ), who thereafter went by the name Alexandra Feodorovna.
On their return to Rome, they discovered that this was not at all what Nicholas had intended, and in 863 at a synod in Rome the pope deposed Photios, and reappointed Ignatius as the rightful patriarch.
On February 13, 1990 after being advised by United States Secretary of the Treasury Nicholas F. Brady, the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC ), the New York Stock Exchange, and the Federal Reserve, Drexel Burnham Lambert officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
On 11 July 1947 the Ermland chapter, residing in the Allied Bizone, then elected Provost Arthur Kather ( 1883 – 1957 ), officiating before his exile at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Elbing ( today's Elbląg ), capitular vicar, as provided by canon law in case of sede vacante.
On 24 April Nicholas was elected pope, consecrated, and enthroned in St. Peter's Basilica in the presence of the emperor.
On 28 November 1936, the BBC opened its TV service at Alexandra Palace and in 1955 with the opening of Lew Grade's London weekend franchise Associated Television ( ATV ), the Wood Green Empire in Lymington Avenue was home to variety programmes on Independent Television ( ITV ), one of which was the ' Arthur Haynes Show ', starring the host himself and his straight man Nicholas Parsons.
On the north side of the Welland, to the west of Wards Farm, and on the B1166, it no longer borders South Kesteven, but the parish of Deeping St. Nicholas ( in South Holland ).
On July 31, 1909, tsar Nicholas II and French president Armand Fallières met officially in Cherbourg to reinforce the Franco-Russian Alliance.