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By 1882 German makers also produced hexagonal grained powders of a similar size for artillery.
By 1882, Malta reached the height of its prosperity.
By April 1882, he was in Paris where he was ready to make changes.
By 1882, Dr. Armitage was able to report that " There is now probably no institution in the civilized world where braille is not used except in some of those in North America.
By early 1881 the State Department started responding to criticism of the seal, resulting first in an 1882 centennial commemorative coin, and then with Secretary of State Frederick Frelinghuysen asking for funds to create a new design and dies of both the obverse and reverse on January 11, 1884, after getting estimates of the cost.
By 1882, he had settled near Alpine and taken up ranching, branching out later to merchant and civic leader.
By the time the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 was passed, the population was up to 2, 000 residents.
By this time other entrepreneurs had laid out additions to Millwood as well, but growth was slow until the coming of the Monon Railroad in 1882 which stimulated a commercial and industrial boom.
By 1882, the colony was completely disbanded as the Mississippi flooded destroying most farms.
By May 1882, there were three buildings on the spot destined to become Billings.
By 1882 there were 280 students and businesses included a motel, a mill, a hardware store, a lumberyard, and a few other shops.
By the 1870 ’ s Mary was telling her students “ Some day I will have a church of my own .” In 1879 she and her students established the Church of Christ, Scientist,to commemorate the word and works of our Master, which should reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing .” In 1892 at Eddy ’ s direction, the church reorganized as The First Church of Christ, Scientist, “ designed to be built on the Rock, Christ ....” Some years later in 1881, she founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, where she taught approximately 800 students in Boston, Massachusetts between the years 1882 and 1889.
By 1882, Metuchen School # 15 had an enrollment of 256 pupils, and by 1885 the New Jersey Gazette listed thirty-seven businesses.
By 1882 a rail line had been built through the town.
By the winter of 1882 – 83 he was experiencing depression, insomnia, and hallucinations, together with giddiness, cramp and a temporary loss of speech.
By the time Canon Carver retired from the position of Master in 1882, Dulwich College was said to have expanded more rapidly in the previous 25 years than any other establishment and to be holding its own at universities, to have won a large number of places of honour in the Indian and Home Civil Service and at the Royal Military College of Woolwich and to be well represented among the public schools medals of the Royal Geographic Society and the prizes of the Art Schools of the Royal Academy.
By that time Creole was already an identifiable regional cuisine recognized outside Louisiana: for example, an 1882 Florida hotel menu now in the New York Public Library's collection offered " Chicken Saute, á la Creole.
By 1881 at Franks suggestion, Sum bought out his brother's share of the Scranton store in two installments, in January 1881 and 1882.
By the end of 1882 the provisional committee comprised members from several of Manchester's large industries, but notably few of the city's wealthier inhabitants.
By September 1882, the Sudanese position had grown perilous.
By 1882, Hyde Windlass was eyeing the new and growing business of iron shipbuilding ; two years later, it incorporated as Bath Iron Works.
By the time he left in 1882, there were five times as many roads and twice as many trails.
" By 1882 their place had been taken by several massive offshoots.
By 1882, the Knights of Labor in New York City had 60, 000 members.

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By 1871 L. C. Orvis, manager of the `` Western Union Telegraph Company '', expressed willingness to send emergency telegrams on Sundays from his Village drugstore.
By 1883 the `` Battenkill Telegraph Company '' was in existence and Alvin Pettibone was its president.
By comparison, the former colony of the United Province of Canada ( divided into the District of Canada East, and the District of Canada West ) and the western provinces were dozens of times larger and in some cases were expanded to take in territory formerly held in British Crown grants to companies such as the Hudson's Bay Company ; in particular the November 19, 1869 sale of Rupert's Land to the Government of Canada under the Rupert's Land Act 1868 was facilitated in part by Maritime taxpayers.
By 1611, shareholders in the East India Company were earning an almost 150 % return on their investment.
By 1939 Nissan's operations had moved to Manchuria, then under Japanese occupation, where its founder and President, Yoshisuke Ayukawa, established the Manchurian Motor Company to manufacture military trucks.
By 1692, Elihu Yale's repeated flouting of East India Company regulations and growing embarrassment at his illegal profiteering resulted in his being relieved of the post of governor.
By 1934 the company was renamed Rickenbacker Electro Stringed Instrument Company.
Company B, Stevie B, Paris By Air, Linear, Will to Power and Exposé's later hits defined Miami freestyle.
By 1912, three companies dominated the banana trade in Honduras: Samuel Zemurray's Cuyamel Fruit Company, Vaccaro Brothers and Company and the United Fruit Company ; all of which tended to be vertically integrated, owning their own lands and railroad companies and ship lines such as United's " Great White Fleet ".
By the 1850s, the East India Company controlled most of the Indian sub-continent, which included present-day Pakistan and Bangladesh.
By the 16th century, the Dutch East India Company established a replenishing station at Table Bay for restocking water and purchasing meat from the Khoikhoi.
By 1938, an estimated 20 individuals remained in the wild, some 6-8 of which were located in the old-growth forest called the Singer Tract in Louisiana, where logging rights were held by the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company.
By 1669, the Dutch East India Company was the richest private company in history, with a huge fleet of merchant ships and warships, tens of thousands of employees, a private army consisting of thousands of soldiers, and a reputation on the part of its stockholders for high dividend payments.
) By 1818 the East India Company was master of all of India.
By 1853, the Merrimack River Lumber Company was operating.
By the mid-1980s, Milken's network of high-yield bond buyers ( notably Fred Carr's Executive Life Insurance Company and Tom Spiegel's Columbia Savings & Loan ) had reached a size which enabled him to raise large amounts of money very quickly.
By 1841 the settlers, particularly those in the New Zealand Company settlement of Wellington, were calling for local militia to be formed.
By 1867, Buitoni Company in upper Tiber Valley became one of the most successful and well-known pasta manufacturers in the world.
By 1901, ten-inch ( 25 cm ) records were marketed by Johnson and Berliner's Victor Talking Machine Company, and Berliner had sold his interests.
By 1870, The Joseph Dixon Crucible Company was the world ’ s largest dealer and consumer of graphite and later became the contemporary Dixon Ticonderoga pencil and art supplies company.
By most accounts, Coca-Cola was India's leading soft drink until 1977 when it left India after a new government ordered The Coca-Cola Company to turn over its secret formula for Coke and dilute its stake in its Indian unit as required by the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act ( FERA ).
By 1926 the market for commercial radio had expanded, and RCA purchased the WEAF and WCAP radio stations and networks from AT & T, merged them with its WJZ ( the predecessor of WABC ) New York to WRC ( presently WTEM ) Washington chain, and formed the National Broadcasting Company ( NBC ).
By then, the entire coastal area was under the British East India Company, as a result of the Treaty of Amiens.

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