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lost and 1828
As a result of his support of railways, Seth Leavenworth lost the 1828 state congressional election.
The town lost some territory upon the later foundation of the Town of Brandon in 1828.
The town was much larger than the present town, having lost territory on the formation of newer towns of the county, including: Parishville ( 1814 ), Lawrence ( 1828 ) and Colton ( 1976 ), which towns were themselves partitioned as boundary adjustments were made.
When Troup lost his reelection bid in 1828 Lamar established a newspaper in Columbus, Georgia, the Columbus Enquirer.
Though he lost an election to the United States House in 1828, he was elected in 1842 and served a term and a half from 1843 – 1845, as a Democrat.
*, a sloop-of-war launched in 1828, and lost when she ran aground on a sand bar off Mozambique
The sands were treacherous to sailing ships and a number of vessels were certainly lost around Pembrey, including " La Jeune Emma " bound from the West Indies to France and blown badly off course in 1828.
Between 1828 and 1836, Grimaldi relied on charity benefits to replace his lost income.
These pages, which had not been copied, were lost by Smith's scribe Martin Harris during the summer of 1828 and are presumed to have been destroyed.
Nevertheless, a number of vessels were certainly lost around Pembrey, including " La Jeune Emma " bound from the West Indies to France and blown badly off course in 1828.
Notable is, that during the 1828 plague in Bucharest, 21 out of the 26 doctors, lost their lives while administering treatment for the disease.
At the time of its discovery in 1828 and until the late 1890s the river had a treacherous mouth of shifting sand bars, and many ships and lives were lost on it.

lost and bid
The Ann Arbor Land Company, a group of speculators, set aside of undeveloped land and offered it to the state of Michigan as the site of the state capital, but lost the bid to Lansing.
If so, the mere fact that an incidental result ( even if it was a desired consequence ) was that a shareholder lost his majority, or a takeover bid was defeated, this would not itself make the share issue improper.
This is a legacy of its bid to be the state capital, which it lost to Olympia.
In the May 2006 city election, incumbent mayor Larry Rogers, who also serves on JMU's Board of Visitors, lost his bid for reelection to a JMU graduate.
Rosselló's unsuccessful attempt to unseat Senate President McClintock, split the New Progressive Party, a split that continued as Rosselló initiated a fourth bid for the governorship against Resident Commissioner Fortuño in an internal primary that was held March 9, 2008, and which he lost.
Fisher received an at-large bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament, in which they defeated Union College, Springfield College and Rowan University to reach the national semifinals in which they lost to Mount Union College, the defending national champions, by a score of 26-14.
* Al Gore makes his biggest speech since he lost his bid for the presidency, and strongly supports President Bush and the bipartisan atmosphere prevailing since the attack.
Dean lost her bid for reelection in 2002 to fellow democrat Tom Bates.
Indianapolis, Indiana lost in its bid to host the game at the Hoosier Dome, as did Detroit's Pontiac Silverdome and Seattle's Kingdome, who had also applied.
But some residents believe the poor weather during Super Bowl week negatively impacted the city's chances of hosting another Super Bowl, including the bid it lost for the 2009 Super Bowl.
Eleanor Roosevelt, in her My Day column for October 12, 1944, eulogized Willkie as a " man of courage ... outspoken opinions on race relations were among his great contributions to the thinking of the world ... Americans tend to forget the names of the men who lost their bid for the presidency.
Palmer, once seen as a likely presidential candidate, lost his bid to win the Democratic nomination for president later in the year.
Stephen F. Austin, after a lost bid for Texas's presidency in 1836, was appointed Secretary of State but died two months later.
Daley suffered his only political defeat in 1946, when he lost a bid to become Cook County sheriff.
Lotbinière, who may have won the job of building the fort only because he was related to Governor Vaudreuil, had lost a bid to become Canada's chief engineer to Nicolas Sarrebource de Pontleroy, one of the two surveying engineers, in 1756, all of which may explain the highly negative report.
In 1988 he lost his reelection bid for the French National Assembly in the Bouches-du-Rhône's 8th constituency.
Stevenson lost his second bid for the Presidency by a landslide, winning only 42 % of the popular vote and 73 electoral votes from just seven states.
The law enforcement agents who were named in the suit lost their bid for immunity from prosecution on 15 October 1997.
By contrast, in 2005, the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation of Lantern Hill, North Stonington, Connecticut, lost their bid for federal recognition through BIA, following a challenge by the State of Connecticut.
During his re-election bid in 2006, he lost the Democratic Party primary election but won re-election in the general election as a third party candidate under the party label " Connecticut for Lieberman ".
Esko Aho lost the bid for President of Finland to Tarja Halonen in 2000.
He lost out at the last minute to Ronald Perelman's slightly higher bid.
Athens had lost its bid to organize the 1996 Summer Olympics to Atlanta nearly seven years before, on 18 September 1990, during the 96th IOC Session in Tokyo.
Destiny lost the Book of Destiny in the opening storyline of the new Brave and the Bold series, and when Lobo and Supergirl arrive in his garden he speaks about how it was intended to reach the four men who existed outside its pages, in the process waylaid by the Luck Lords in a bid to reshape reality.

lost and for
Yet though the Southern States lost the worst errors in their case, they did not lose the truth they fought for.
Precisely at the moment when it has lost its vision the mind of the community turns out from itself in a search for the ontological standard whereby it can measure itself.
In any case, Miss Millay's sweet-throated bitterness, her variations on the theme that the world was not only well lost for love but even well lost for lost love, her constant and wonderfully tragic posture, so unlike that of Fitzgerald since it required no scenery or props, drew from the me that I was when I fell upon her verses an overwhelming yea.
To you, for instance, the word innocence, in this connotation, probably retained its Biblical, or should I say technical sense, and therefore I suppose I must make myself quite clear by saying that I lost -- or rather handed over -- what you would have considered to be my innocence two weeks before I was legally entitled, and in fact by oath required, to hand it over along with what other goods and bads I had.
As a stanch party man and a rabid Democrat, he had little tolerance for Whigs like Pike, and Pike lost any immediate personal advantage his victory over Woodruff might have gained him.
Victor had been stirred by my account of him in Makers And Finders, for Stephens was one of the lost writers whom Melville had seen in his childhood and whom I was bent on resurrecting.
He spoke for a `` proletariat '' that included `` all the lost and sick and hunted of the earth ''.
When they lost it, the French artillery moved in, and that was the end for Garibaldi that time, on 30 April 1849.
He lost, but settled for a cake in the shape of a fedora.
As usual, Mrs. Lincoln had lost her head, but nobody blamed her for doing so now.
The doctor's wits had not left him, however, for all his sixty-eight years, and the wails were almost immediately lost in the sound of water rushing out from the showerhead.
As soon as the time came for re-sharpening, the precise form of the gear tooth was lost and a new cutter had to be made.
There was Wright's, for one, lost amongst trees, its wide verandas strewn with rockers.
Also, it should be noted that the polytonal freedom of his melodies and harmonic modulations, the brilliant orchestrations, the adroitness for evading the heaviness of figured bass, the skill in florid counterpoint were not lost in his mature output, even in the spectacular historical dramas of the stage and cinema, where a large, dramatic canvas of sound was required.
Stravinsky, nearing the age of eighty, is like a lost and frantic bird, flitting from one abandoned nest to another, searching for a home.
On that date the Musicians Emergency Fund, organized to furnish employment for musicians unable to obtain engagements during the depression and to provide relief for older musicians who lost their fortunes in the stock market crash, observed its 30th anniversary.
It lost sight of the individual almost entirely and confined itself to rules limiting the exercise of state power for reasons essentially unconnected with justice or morality save as these values might affect international relations.
Yet nationalism has lost few of its charms for the historian, writer or man in the street.
Moreover, I'd have lost him if it hadn't been for the electronic shadowing device.

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