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1890 and engraving
Akhisar in a 1890 engraving
A wood engraving of Sir Henry Parkes moving the first resolution at the federation conference in Melbourne, 1 March 1890
An engraving of Stanley's expedition ascending the Aruwimi, from his book In Darkest Africa, 1890
1865 published engraving, color-printed by Edward Evans in 1890

1890 and horses
In the era spanning 1880 to 1890, he acquired more adjacent real estate holdings to yield a ranch over in extent ; during this decade he grazed cattle, horses, and mules, and became an exporter of donkeys to Cuba.
James White ( 1828 – 1890 ), owner of Kirkham Stud, was one of the most successful owner / breeders in Australian racing with his horses winning two Melbourne Cups, six VRC Derbies and five AJC Derbies.
In September 1890, Grat was arrested for stealing horses — a capital offense — but either the charges were dropped or he was released.
In 1890, Buffalo Bill took his Wild West show to Rome and northern Italy ( during his tour of Europe ) to display cowboy skills, such as the capture of young cattle and the taming of wild horses.
By 1890 two men and two horses could cut, rake and bind 20 acres of wheat per day.
Keogh Battlefield Marker 1879The badly injured animal was found on the fatal battlefield, and nursed back to health as a regimental mascot, where he remained until his death in 1890 ; Comanche was one of only two U. S. military horses buried with full military honors.
Carbine in his day was considered one of the greatest horses in the world, whose feats included winning the 1890 Melbourne Cup with the impost of in the record time of 3: 28¼.

1890 and jumping
In 1890, unhappy with baseball's reserve clause, Tener joined other players in jumping to the Players ' League.

1890 and famous
Peano's famous space-filling curve appeared in 1890 as a counterexample.
The most famous German advocate of " Realpolitik " was Otto von Bismarck, the First Chancellor ( 1862 – 1890 ) to Wilhelm I of the Kingdom of Prussia.
The town is also famous for its very old houses, one of which dates back to 1890.
James Hall Nasmyth ( sometimes spelled Naesmyth, Nasmith, or Nesmyth ) ( 19 August 1808 – 7 May 1890 ) was a Scottish engineer and inventor famous for his development of the steam hammer.
Master Gunnery Sergeant Leland " Lou " Sanford Diamond, USMC ( May 30, 1890 – September 20, 1951 ) is famous within the U. S. Marine Corps as the classic example of the " Old Breed " — tough, hard-fighting career marines who served in the corps in the years between World War I and World War II.
Gerardus Heymans ( 17 April 1857, Ferwert – 18 February 1930, Groningen ) was a famous philosopher, psychologist, a follower of Fechner's idea of psychic monism, and from 1890 to 1927 a Professor at Groningen University.
* Stanley Holloway ( 1890 – 1982 )-more famous as an English film actor.
* Stan Laurel ( 1890 – 1965 )-more famous as a Hollywood star
The most famous of the explorers was John Charles Frémont ( 1813 – 1890 ), a commissioned officer in the Army's Corps of Topographical Engineers with a talent for exploration and a genius at self-promotion that gave him the sobriquet of " Pathmarker of the West " and led him to the presidential candidate of the new Republican Party in 1856.
This bird is named for the famous Seminole leader Osceola, and was first described in 1890.
* Ali Dino ( 1890 – 1938 ), famous Albanian cartoonist and member of the Hellenic Parliament.
His most famous work, The Golden Bough ( 1890 ), documents and details similar magical and religious beliefs across the globe.
Much further downstream joining North Queensferry and South Queensferry is the famous Forth Bridge ( a railway bridge ) opened in 1890, and the Forth Road Bridge which opened in 1964.
In 1890, Carte hired the hotel's first famous manager, César Ritz, who later became the founder of the Ritz Hotel.
The grand River Restaurant, facing the Thames, has long been famous for its inventive chefs, beginning in 1890 with celebrity chef Auguste Escoffier.
There are many famous Grand Pas d ' action as well, one being from the first act of the 1890 Petipa / Tchaikovsky ballet The Sleeping Beauty.
* Bancroft, Hubert Howe, History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540-1888 ( 1890 ) 828 pages ; famous classic ; online edition
Dating from this period are his also famous novels Casa de Pensão ( 1884 ) and O Cortiço ( 1890 ), and many other works written in partnership with his brother, or with Émile Rouède.
The famous swedish sailor and shipowner Sven Salén ( 1890 – 1969 ) first used the genoa on his 6 m R-yacht " May-Be " by the end of 1926.
* 1840-Albert Black ( 1840 – 1890 ) becomes customs officer and adopted grandson of merchant Simeon Lord famous in early Sydney.
One of the earliest and famous project was the Praya Reclamation Scheme, which added of land in 1890 during the second phase of construction.
L ' Amour et Psyché, enfants ( translated: Cupid and Psyche as Children, 1890, Salon of 1890, No. 330 ) is one of William-Adolphe Bouguereau's most famous paintings.
The Act for the Prevention and Suppression of Combinations formed in restraint of Trade was passed one year before the United States enacted the most famous legal statute on competition law, the Sherman Act of 1890.

1890 and Brook
In 1890, the machinery, etc., was removed to a site north of the Fall Brook railroad at the head of Parkhurst street, and the present mill was erected.
Despite this, the Eastern Counties Navigation and Transport Co Ltd bought the river from Lee Brook to Bury St Edmunds in 1890, made Tuddenham Mill Stream navigable, repaired locks and staunches on the main river, and re-opened it in September 1894.
Jonas Brook and Brothers became United Threads in 1890 and Sir Hildred Carlile of Ponsonby Hall, Hertfordshire was a Director of the business.
Sir William Withey Gull, 1st Baronet of Brook Street ( 31 December 1816 – 29 January 1890 ) was a prominent 19th century English physician.
The fatal attack came at his home in 74, Brook Street, London on 27 January 1890.
The Print Shop, constructed in about 1890, is the last remaining historic building at Brook Farm, though it is not associated with the Transcendentalist Utopian community.
Crystal Brook ( or creek ) supplied water to the town until 1890 when the Beetaloo Reservoir was completed, which at the time was the largest concrete dam in the southern hemisphere.
The Port Reading Railroad was chartered in 1890 and opened in 1892, running east from a junction from the New York main line near Bound Brook to the new port of Port Reading on the Arthur Kill near Perth Amboy.

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