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By the mid-19th century, Bayonne had declined somewhat with the centralisation of power to Paris and to the new département capital, non-Basque Pau, after the 1789 French Revolution, and with Wellington's bombardment.
By 1789, they owned one-third of the plantation property and one-quarter of the slaves of Saint-Domingue.
By 1789, the population had reached 60, 000 inhabitants, and Versailles was now the seventh or eighth-largest city of France, and one of the largest cities of Europe.
By the end of 1789 he had also begun to study under the topographical draughtsman Thomas Malton, whom Turner would later call " My real master ".
By 1789 difficulties in obtaining genuinely Irish recruits had led to German and other foreigners making up the bulk of the rank and file.
By 1789 they were the most important element of the local administration of the kingdom.
By 1789, however, his business had failed.
By 1789 St David's Cathedral was suffering from structural problems, the west front was leaning forward by one foot, Nash was called in to survey the structure and develop a plan to save the building, his solution completed in 1791 was to demolish the upper part of the facade and rebuild it with two large but inelegant flying buttresses.
By 1789, the Cromford Estate was back in the ownership of the Arkwrights, who actively influenced its structure and construction.
By the 1770s, the original log church became inadequate to the needs of the community, as is made clear in this 1789 public plea.
By 1789 Sag Harbor had " had more tons of square-rigged vessels engaged in commerce than even New York City.
By 1789, settlement had spread north to the area where the Cats Creek enters the Muskingum River.
By 1789, the population of Stege had climbed to 791 with 7, 000 people on the island.
By 1789, they owned one-third of the plantation property and one-quarter of the slaves of Saint-Domingue.
By 1789, Manuel Lisa was trading on the Mississippi River in New Madrid, Missouri ; the next recorded mention of Manuel Lisa was again in New Madrid, after he had returned from trading along the Wabash River.
By 1789, the new Constitution of the United States authorized Congress to create a navy, but during George Washington's first term ( 1787 – 1793 ) little was done to rearm the navy.
By early 1789, the government of the State of Franklin had collapsed entirely and the territory was firmly back under the control of North Carolina.
By 1789, there were 43, including five held by princes of the blood ( Orléans, Condé, Bourbon, Enghien, and Conti ), ( Penthièvre ) ( who was the son of a legitimized prince, the Count of Toulouse, also a pair de France ), and 37 other lay peers, ranking from the Duchy of Uzès, created in 1572, to the Duchy of Aubigny, created in 1787.
By June, when continued impasses lead to further deterioration in relations, the Estates-General was reconstituted first as the National Assembly ( June 17, 1789 ) seeking a solution for the realm independent of the king's management of the meetings of the Estates General which occasionally continued to meet.
By 1789, he was a captain in the Esterhazy Regiment of Hussars.
* Biographical Dictionary of the United States Secretaries of the Treasury, 1789 – 1995 By Bernard S. Katz, C. Daniel Vencill, Greenwood Press
By 1789 Dunkirk had fourteen vessels in the trade sailing to Brazil, Walvis Bay, and other areas of the South Atlantic to hunt sperm and right whales.
By 1789, France was hurtling toward revolt as the result of bankruptcy brought on by the country's support of the American Revolution and high food prices due to drought, all of which was exacerbated by propagandists whose central object of scorn and ridicule was Queen Marie Antoinette.
* The First Tet Offensive of 1789 By Spencer C. Tucker

By and US
By 1911, his description of the disease was being used by European physicians to diagnose patients in the US.
By 2003 in the US, an estimated 3. 21 million patients received antipsychotics, worth an estimated $ 2. 82 billion.
By 2008, sales in the US reached $ 14. 6 billion, the biggest selling drugs in the US by therapeutic class.
By the early 1960s, US research on the Nike Zeus missile system had developed to the point where small improvements would allow it to be used as the basis of a " real " ABM system.
By US legal standards this Italian culvert is an arch bridge
By the early 1920s, unit operations became an important aspect of chemical engineering at MIT and other US universities, as well as at Imperial College London.
By the early 2000s, the CD largely replaced the audio cassette player as standard equipment in new automobiles, with 2010 being the final model year for any car in the US to have a factory-equipped cassette player.
By the 1990s, the US had adopted the M4 carbine, a derivative of the M16 family which fired the same 5. 56mm cartridge but was lighter and shorter ( in overall length and barrel length ), resulting in marginally reduced range and power.
By contrast, the album had limited success in the US, only reaching number 83 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart.
By September 22 there were no disco songs in the US Top 10 chart
By 2001, that figure had grown to US $ 409. 6 million.
By 1987, freestyle was played on US pop radio stations.
By the mid-eighties, bands began proliferating and became increasingly popular, including The Sisters of Mercy, The Mission ( known as The Mission UK in the US ), Alien Sex Fiend, The March Violets, Ausgang, Kommunity FK, Xmal Deutschland, Dead Can Dance, This Mortal Coil, The Bolshoi, and Fields of the Nephilim.
By 1995, a billion cubic meters of the gas had been collected and the reserve was US $ 1. 4 billion in debt, prompting the Congress of the United States in 1996 to phase out the reserve.
By 2000, the cooperatives had crumbled and Haitians had collectively lost more than US $ 200 million in savings.
By 1989 and the election of President Callejas, however, a heavy toll had been taken by regionwide economic recession, civil war in neighboring countries, the drying up of most external credit, and capital flight equaling more than US $ 1. 5 billion.
By November 1997, rapid currency depreciation had seen public debt reach US $ 60 bn, imposing severe strains on the government's budget.
By the early 1980s, the Bakkers had built Heritage USA in Fort Mill, South Carolina, ( south of Charlotte ), then the third most successful theme park in the US, and a satellite system to distribute their network 24 hours a day across the country.
By comparison, in 2008 Koenigsegg with its staff of 45 produced 18 cars at an average price of US $ 1 million each ; Saab employed 3, 400 workers and made more than 93, 000 cars.
By 1944 US and British air forces were sending huge air fleets over occupied Europe, increasing the pressure on the Luftwaffe day and night fighter forces.
By 1950 systems based on this early research started to reach operational service, including the US Army's Nike Ajax, the Navy's " 3T's " ( Talos, Terrier, Tartar ), and soon followed by the Soviet S-25 Berkut and S-75 Dvina and French and British systems.
By this time, Brando was already involved in films that carried messages about human rights: Sayonara, which addressed interracial romance, and The Ugly American, depicting the conduct of US officials abroad and its deleterious effect on the citizens of foreign countries.
By January 1983, Men at Work had the top album and single in both the US and the UK-a feat never achieved previously by an Australian act.
By 1947, there would be approximately 22, 000 motor courts in operation in the US alone ; a typical 50-room motel in that era cost $ 3000 per room in initial construction costs, compared to $ 12, 000 per room for metropolitan city hotel construction.

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