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From 1641 to 1853, the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan enforced a policy which it called kaikin.
From 1853 they published a series of four volumes containing the Arabic text, extensive notes and a translation into French.
From 1850 to 1853, Millet worked on Harvesters Resting ( Ruth and Boaz ), a painting he would consider his most important, and on which he worked the longest.
From 1851 to 1853, Truth worked with Marius Robinson, the editor of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Bugle, and traveled around that state speaking.
From the 1800s to the 1853 abolition of penal transportation ( known simply as " transportation "), Van Diemen's Land was the primary penal colony in Australia.
History of England From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Versailles., Boston, 1853, Vol. III.
From 1851 to 1853, she performed as a dancer and actress in the eastern United States, one of her offerings being a play called Lola Montez in Bavaria.
From 1851 to 1853, under the direction of Gilbert Scott, George Place, a Nottingham architect, worked on the church as lead architect, a major period of restoration occurred.
From 1852 to 1858 Owen held the diplomatic position of charge d ' affairs ( 1853 – 1858 ) in Naples, Italy, where he began studying spiritualism.
From 1853 to 1861 Toombs served in the United States Senate, only reluctantly joining the Democratic Party when lack of interest among other states doomed the Constitutional Union Party.
From 1853 till his death in 1877 he held the post of director of the municipal gallery at Mainz.
From there he was called to Bonn in 1847, and to Göttingen in 1853.
From 1853 until 1855 he was Mayor of New York City.
From 1840 to 1842 he edited Bentley's Miscellany, from 1842 to 1853, Ainsworth's Magazine and subsequently The New Monthly Magazine.
From 1853 to 1861 Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria, arranged for the building to be used by the " National Art Training School ", later the Royal College of Art.
From 1848 to 1853 he served as sub-editor on the free-trade journal The Economist, during which time he published his first book, Social Statics ( 1851 ), which predicted that humanity would eventually become completely adapted to the requirements of living in society with the consequential withering away of the state.
From 1851 to 1853, he built the railway from Alexandria to Cairo, which was extended to Suez in 1858.
From 1853 to 1887 he was professor of physics at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London.
From c. 1853 to 1963 the Corning-Rochester line of the Erie Railroad passed through Avoca and Wallace.
From 1833, until 1853, it was the destination for the hardest of convicted British and Irish criminals, those who were secondary offenders having re-offended after their arrival in Australia.
From 1853 to 1862, he lived in Saint Petersburg, and became the chief editor of Sovremennik (" Contemporary "), in which he published his main literary reviews and his essays on philosophy.
He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1854. From 1853 to 1857, he served as U. S. Surveyor-General of Arkansas for several years.
From 1853 to 1854 he sat on Royal Commission on the City of London.
From 1849 to 1853 was Brunel erecting an iron bridge of his own.

From and 1860
From 1850 onwards he became well known as a critic and essay-writer, and in 1860 he began working on his magnum opus, his History of Music, which was published at intervals from 1862 in five volumes, the last two ( 1878, 1882 ) being edited and completed by Otto Kade and Wilhelm Langhans.
From around 1840 to 1860, laissez-faire advocates of the Manchester School and writers in The Economist were confident that their early victories would lead to a period of expanding economic and personal liberty and world peace but would face reversals as government intervention and activity continued to expand from the 1850s.
* Sections 114 – 131 — From the presidency of Joseph Smith III ( 1860 – 1914 )
From 1857 to 1860, he spoke at lyceums, chiefly on Roman statuary and sightseeing in Rome.
From Philip Henry Gosse, British Sea-Anemones and Corals, 1860.
From 1800 to 1806, this room served as the Senate Chamber and from 1806 until 1860, the room was used as the Supreme Court Chamber.
From 1860 until around 1910 is considered a ' golden age ' of newspaper publication, with technical advances in printing and communication combined with a professionalisation of journalism and the prominence of new owners.
From this Spanish line comes the royal line of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies ( 1734 – 1806 and 1815 – 1860, and Sicily only in 1806 – 1816 ), the Bourbon of the Two Sicilies family, and the Bourbon rulers of the Duchy of Parma.
From the mid 1840s until 1860, Jackson Hole and the Teton Range were generally devoid of all but the small populations of Native American tribes that had already been there.
From 1770 until 1860, the rate of natural growth of North American slaves was much greater than for the population of any nation in Europe, and was nearly twice as rapid as that of England.
From 1860 until his death twenty years later he edited The London Journal.
From 1860 to 1862, he served on the frigate Radetzky under the command of Admiral Tegetthoff.
From 1860 to 1896, the state of Texas claimed an area known as Greer County, Texas, which included present-day Greer County along with neighboring areas.
From 1860 onwards there was large-scale migration from Silesia, Pomerania, East Prussia and Posen to the Ruhr.
From 1836 transient workers were brought to the area to work on the I & M Canal ; however, it was not until 1860, when the United States Government deeded property to a local settler, Hurls Polk, that the name " Polk " was given to the area.
From the New York Tribune, of November 9, 1860, " If the cotton States shall become satisfied that they can do better out of the Union than in it, we insist on letting them go in peace.
From 1859 to 1860, he was chancellor of the University of Wisconsin – Madison and agent of the board of regents of the normal school fund ; in 1866 he was president of St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland ; and from 1867 to 1870 he was the first United States Commissioner of Education, and in this position he laid the foundation for the subsequent work of the Bureau of Education.
From 1860 different states in the United States started to implement regulations for sales of Cannabis sativa.
From 1925 Bayern shared the Grünwalder Stadion with 1860 Munich.
From 1840 he was inspector-general of public libraries, and in 1860 became inspector-general in the department of higher education.
From 1860 to 1870 the Open Championship was organised by and played at Prestwick Golf Club.
From 1860 to 1864, as J. Pierpont Morgan & Company, he acted as agent in New York for his father's firm.
From 1858 to 1860 Olcott was the agricultural correspondent for the New York Tribune and the Mark Lane Express, but occasionally submitted articles on other subjects.
From 1860 to 1863 he was in Persia as secretary to the British Legation, publishing on his return The Journal of a Diplomate.

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