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By 1852, it had fallen below £ 1, 000 and would never recover.
By 1852, the French Army included three regiments of Zouaves.
By 1852, it had premiered in all the major cities of Italy, although sometimes under different titles due to the vagaries of censorship ( e. g. as Viscardello, Lionello, and Clara de Perth ).
By the same author is the List of people associated with the comunero Juan Bravo sculpture, made in 1921 and located in the heart of the city in the Square of the Sirens, the name given to two statues that top the stairs and representing these mythological beings, made by Francisco Bellver in 1852.
By 1852, regular rail transportation from Columbia to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Harrisburg made the town the commercial center for the area halfway between the county seats of Lancaster and York.
By 1852, the skits that had been part of blackface performance for decades expanded to one-act farces, often used as the show's third act.
By 1852 the county had between forty and forty-five ranches.
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By 1852, it was already a motley collection of a dozen rude shanties scattered along the road, each one containing a cantina which catered to the vaqueros of the San Andreas and Los Corralitos Ranchos.
By 1852, Yuba City had one hotel, a grocery store, a post office, approximately 20 dwelling homes with a population of about 150.
By 1852, there were 8 hotels, 4 banks, 17 general stores, 2 firehouses, 2 bookstores, 1 newspaper, 3 churches, and over 40 drinking / gambling establishments.
By an act of the Indiana General Assembly in 1852, any county could change its seat if two-thirds of its residents signed a petition and put forward a fifty-dollar deposit for an architect to design a new courthouse.
By annexing land from towns around it, including part of Poland in 1852, Minot in 1873, and all of Danville ( first called Pejepscot ) in 1867, Auburn grew geographically into one of Maine's largest municipalities.
By 1852, the dam was completed and a saw mill was in operation.
By 1852, he opened his own business, starting with a store.
By 1882, the Company had relocated to their present building, which was erected in 1852 as a Market House.
By the time Ely died in 1852, Elyria had 5 churches, 3 grocery stores, 3 flour mills, a newspaper, and a population of more than 1, 500.
By 1852, the town of Oberlin was an active terminus on the underground railroad, and thousands had already passed through it on their way to freedom.
In 1852, sixty-three-year-old Elijah Davidson and his family set out for Oregon Territory By 1854, more than a dozen Disciples families from Monmouth, many of them related to each other or to Davidson, had joined him.
By 1852, Sherman had a population of 300.
By 1852, he had become a leading figure in Saint Petersburg's musical life, performing as a soloist and collaborating with some of the outstanding instrumentalists and vocalists who came to the Russian capital.
By 1852 the financial problems of the society were deteriorating.
By the end of 1852 hundreds of thousands of copies of the book had been sold in the United States.
By 1 June 1852 all the remaining German states joined the Union.

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By 1913, Ferdinand Lot could begin an article subtitled `` La Conquete De La Grande-Bretagne par Les Saxons '' with the words, `` Il est difficile aujourd'hui d'entretenir des illusions sur la valeur du recit traditionnel de la conquete de la Grande-Bretagne.
By the 6th century BC, the Celtic La Tène culture was well established.
By this time Naples seems to have become tired of his music ; the Romans, however, appreciated it better, and it was at the Teatro Capranica in Rome that he produced some of his finest operas ( Telemaco, 1718 ; Marco Attilio Regolò, 1719 ; La Griselda, 1721 ), as well as some noble specimens of church music, including a mass for chorus and orchestra, composed in honor of Saint Cecilia for Cardinal Acquaviva in 1721.
By 2500 BC, small settlements were developing in Guatemala ’ s Pacific lowlands in such places as Tilapa, La Blanca, Ocós, El Mesak, and Ujuxte, where the oldest pieces of ceramic pottery from Guatemala has been found.
By 1990 an additional five free zones were in operation in Omoa, Coloma, Tela, La Ceiba, and Amapala.
By the mid-18th century there was an increasing number of proposals to create a public gallery, with the art critic La Font de Saint-Yenne publishing, in 1747, a call for a display of the royal collection '.
By the end of August, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen ( La Déclaration des Droits de l ' Homme et du Citoyen ) was adopted, which officially created the beginning of a constitutional monarchy in France.
By the peace of Montpellier in 1622, concluding a Huguenot revolt in Languedoc, the fortified Protestant towns were reduced to two, La Rochelle and Montauban.
By Christmas, the BEF guarded a continual line from the La Bassée Canal to south of St. Eloi in the Somme valley.
By the time ' La Stupenda ' appeared there in 1974, one year after the opening of the theatre, the company was a leading repertory company with a large chorus and a roster of experienced Australian principals supplemented by guest singers and conductors.
By the middle decades of the 20th century, composers like Henry Cowell, Earle Brown, David Tudor, La Monte Young, Jackson Mac Low, Morton Feldman, Sylvano Bussotti, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and George Crumb, re-introduced improvisation to classical music, with compositions that allowed or even required musicians to improvise.
By invisibly observing the crew of the Romulan vessel, Ro and La Forge soon discover that the accident, as well as the damage to the Romulan ship, is the result of a Romulan weapons test, and that the Romulans are now performing a subtle act of sabotage that will destroy the Enterprise-D the moment that ship accelerates to warp drive.
* By Marie-Louise Madeleine Victorine Le Bel de La Bussière, dite comtesse d ' Argenton or madame d ' Argenton or mademoiselle de Séry ( 1684 – 1748 ), a lady of noble family, who was Lady-in-Waiting to the Dowager Duchess of Orléans, daughter of Daniel Le Bel de La Bussière and wife Anne de Masparant:
By 1949, Brel became president of La Franche Cordée, and produced a number of benefit plays for the organization, including Saint Exupéry's Le Petit Prince.
By then, several English recordings of his songs were on the charts, including Damita Jo's " If You Go Away ", based on " Ne me quitte pas ", Judy Collins ' " The Dove ", based on " La colombe ", and Glenn Yarbrough's " The Women ", based on " Les biches ".
By order of the Governor, the courthouse was relocated to the schoolhouse at Cave Springs ( near present day La Russell, Missouri ) in 1865.
By contrast, only one pay-per-view mega-fight took place in 2006: De La Hoya-Mayorga ( 925, 000 buys ).
By the middle of the decade Renoir was associated with the Popular Front, and several of his films, such as The Crime of Monsieur Lange ( Le Crime de Monsieur Lange, 1935 ), Life Belongs to Us ( 1936 ) and La Marseillaise ( 1938 ), reflect the movement's politics.
By 1835 the settlement had grown to the extent that it was decided that La Porte should become incorporated as a town.
By 1869, Advance-Rumely was the largest employer in La Porte.
By the time of the 2010 census, the area of the former township had been divided between the cities of Grand Rapids, La Prairie, and Coleraine.
By some accounts it was founded by Franciscan friars as early as the early 18th Century and called Nuestra Senora De La Luz ( Our Lady of the Light ).

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