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By and 1783
By the time the war ended ( 1783 ) Newport's population had fallen from over 9, 000 ( according to the census of 1774 ) to less than 4, 000.
By 1783, the British had lost the war and turned Florida over to the Spanish.
By 1783, it had grown to almost.
By 1783, with the end of the British blockade, the new nation was regaining its prosperity.
By 1783, the Chews concluded that the political situation was safe enough for their family to return to Philadelphia.
By 1783, when received a patent of precedence, he had earnt enough to pay off all his debts and accumulate £ 8 – 9, 000.
By July 1783, Potemkin had engineered the peaceful annexation of the Crimea and Kuban, capitalizing on the fact that Britain and France were fighting elsewhere.
By the end of the war he had become a resident of New Jersey, serving as a member of the New Jersey Legislative Council ( now the New Jersey Senate ) from 1781 to 1783 and delegate from that state to the Continental Congress in 1784 and 1785.
By 6 February 1783, the siege was over.
By 1783 he had amassed of rich, unoccupied land in the west, but it was tied up in litigation.
By October 1783, a lime kiln, hospital, barracks, officers ' quarters, storehouses, and a bakehouse were completed on the site of the old fort.
By 1783 it became clear to Greg that his business needed an increasing quantity of good quality yarn.
By June 1783 each regiment was again recruiting throughout the country, although the county names were to remain.
By the end of 1783, the great 18th century wars which saw the British and French battle from Europe to North America and from the Mediterranean to India, resulted in the British being in complete control of the city's regional and most of South India area.
By 1783 he led the City interest on the company's court, and in 1786 he was reckoned its most able member.
" By 1783, an anti-slavery movement to abolish the slave trade throughout the Empire had begun among the British public.
By February 1783, with peace appearing to near, most of the state's ships had been sold and its sailors dismissed.
By 1783 she was married to Thomas West ( d. 1823 ), a yeoman farmer from Leicestershire.
By early June 1783 the siege was under way.

By and her
By her eighteenth birthday her bent for writing was so evident that Papa and Mamma gave her a Life Of Dickens as a spur to her aspiration.
By the time Lilian had been graduated from public school, her parents were doing quite well.
By this time she had learned that it was futile to argue with her young husband, yet the uncomfortable fact remained: the American Congregationalists were sending them as missionaries to the Far East and paying their salaries.
By odd coincidence, on the evening of her return Shelley chose to read Parisina, which was the latest of the titled poet's successes.
By making inroads in the name of law enforcement into the protection which Congress has afforded to the marriage relationship, the Court today continues in the path charted by the recent decision in Wyatt v. United States, 362 U.S. 525, where the Court held that, under the circumstances of that case, a wife could be compelled to testify against her husband over her objection.
By this time Diane was a beguiling lass of 19 and still seeking her place in the world.
By rough estimate her Committee, headed by Henry Francis Du Pont, contains three times as many Republicans as Democrats.
By the time her hindquarters were in a standin' position, her knees were on the ground in a prayin' attitude.
By turns, her beautifully sung Norma is fierce, tender, venomous and pitiful.
By relaxing the throat muscles and expanding the oral cavity well into the frontal sinuses, she could direct the vowel sounds into the most felicitous position for proper reproduction through her throat microphone.
By age three, however, her mother changed her name to Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, after her own mother.
By the terms of the Thirty Years ' Peace ( 445 BC ) Athens covenanted to restore to Aegina her autonomy, but the clause remained a dead letter.
By bringing part of mass of her body closer to the axis she decreases her body's moment of inertia.
By figuratively rolling her eyes at the hype, Peters gives us a rich, warm and comedically human Desiree, which reaches full impact when she pierces the facade with a nakedly honest, tears-on-cheek ' Send in the Clowns.
Professor Henry Higgins sings, " Look at her, a prisoner of the gutters / Condemned by every syllable she utters / By right she should be taken out and hung / For the cold-blooded murder of the English tongue.
By offering to isolate her in Senex's house, he is able to give Philia and Hero some time alone together, and the two fall in love.

By and legions
By the end of his reign, Diocletian had secured the entire length of the Danube, provided it with forts, bridgeheads, highways, and walled towns, and sent fifteen or more legions to patrol the region ; an inscription at Sexaginta Prista on the Lower Danube extolled restored tranquilitas at the region.
By the afternoon of 20 December Vitellius was dead, his armies having been defeated by the Flavian legions.
By 64 BC, Julius Caesar's legions had established their occupation, and the Romans had thus unified all three regions of Libya ( Tripolitania, Cyrenaica and northern Fezzan ) in one single new province called Africa proconsularis ( later Cyrenaica was separated administratively ).
By the 1st century BC the threat of the legions under a demagogue was recognized.
By Thy legions, the ages of time!
By 280 BC, the Senate had assumed total control of state taxation, expenditure, declarations of war, treaties, raising of legions, establishing colonies and religious affairs.
By now, the legions escorting the baggage, having received a report of the action, had come on at double pace and the enemy could see them coming over the hill above the camp.
By the end of Augustus ' reign, the imperial army numbered some 250, 000 men, equally split between legionaries and auxiliaries 25 legions and c. 250 auxiliary regiments ).
Part of the inscription reads " By the loving hands of their families, pupils of their singing schools, and legions of singers and friends.
Part of the inscription reads " By the loving hands of their families, pupils of their singing schools, and legions of singers and friends.
By the fourth Harry Potter book, the legions of Harry Potter fans had grown so large that considerable security measures were taken to ensure that no book was purchased before the official release date.
By April 70, Jerusalem was under siege by four legions, and even after the city walls were overcome, the defenders held out in the Temple.
By 67, the province was secure enough to allow Legio XIV Gemina to be withdrawn, but inactivity, and the lack of opportunities for booty, led to mutinies among the legions that remained.
By 311 BC the people acquired the right to elect sixteen tribunes of the soldiers, that is, four out of the six tribunes assigned to each of the four legions that formed the Roman Army.
By Roman times many tiles were being made under the auspices of various Roman legions, and were imprinted with a stamp of the legion's insignia.

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