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In 1702, Thomas Savery wrote in The Miner's Friend: " So that an engine which will raise as much water as two horses, working together at one time in such a work, can do, and for which there must be constantly kept ten or twelve horses for doing the same.
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1702 and Thomas
The term Bayesian refers to Thomas Bayes ( 1702 – 1761 ), who proved a special case of what is now called Bayes ' theorem in a paper titled " An Essay towards solving a Problem in the Doctrine of Chances ".
Another reference is provided by Thomas Gale, Dean of York ( c. 1635 – 1702 ), but this comes nearly four hundred years after the events it describes:
Bayes ' theorem was named after the Reverend Thomas Bayes ( 1702 – 61 ), who studied how to compute a distribution for the probability parameter of a binomial distribution ( in modern terminology ).
The term Bayesian refers to Thomas Bayes ( 1702 – 1761 ), who proved a special case of what is now called Bayes ' theorem.
The King's own sergeant-surgeon Thomas Vicary was appointed first superintendent of the hospital The King Henry VIII Gate, constructed in 1702, still forms the principal entrance to the hospital.
Trained in law at an early age by Andrew Hamilton, Benjamin Chew inherited his mentor's clients, the descendants of William Penn, including Thomas Penn ( 1702 – 1775 ) and his brother Richard Penn, Sr. ( 1706 – 1771 ), and their sons Governor John Penn ( 1729 – 1795 ), Richard Penn, Jr. ( 1734 – 1811 ), and John Penn ( 1760 – 1834 ).
Those holding this view include: 1600s: Sussex Baptists d. 1612: Edward Wightman 1627: Samuel Gardner 1628: Samuel Przypkowski 1636: George Wither 1637: Joachim Stegmann 1624: Richard Overton 1654: John Biddle ( Unitarian ) 1655: Matthew Caffyn 1658: Samuel Richardson 1608 – 1674: John Milton 1588 – 1670: Thomas Hobbes 1605 – 1682: Thomas Browne 1622 – 1705: Henry Layton 1702: William Coward 1632 – 1704: John Locke 1643 – 1727: Isaac Newton 1676 – 1748: Pietro Giannone 1751: William Kenrick 1755: Edmund Law 1759: Samuel Bourn 1723 – 1791: Richard Price 1718 – 1797: Peter Peckard 1733 – 1804: Joseph Priestley Francis Blackburne ( 1765 ) ( 1765 ).
Permanent white settlement of the northern Alleghenies was facilitated by the explorations and stories of such noted Marylanders as the Indian fighter and trader Thomas Cresap ( 1702 – 90 ) and the backwoodsman and hunter Meshach Browning ( 1781 – 1859 ).
Soon in August 1699 he had been appointed as the Governor of Fort St. George, in the year 1702 when the fort itself was besieged by Daud Khan of the Carnatic the Mughal Empire's local Subedar ( lieutenant ), Thomas Pitt was instructed to vie for peace.
Thomas Arthur, comte de Lally, baron de Tollendal ( January 1702 – 6 May 1766 ) was a French General of Irish Jacobite Gallowglass ancestry.
Charlotte Calvert ( born 1702, died December 1744 ), married Thomas Brerewood, by whom she had a son, Francis Brerewood.
Thomas Smith ( 1615 – 1702 ) was an English clergyman, who served as Dean of Carlisle, 1672 – 1684, and Bishop of Carlisle, 1684 – 1702.
1702 and Savery
Savery became a military engineer, rising to the rank of Captain by 1702, and spent his free time performing experiments in mechanics.
The patent has no illustrations or even description, but in 1702 Savery described the machine in his book The Miner's Friend ; or, An Engine to Raise Water by Fire, in which he claimed that it could pump water out of mines.
1702 and wrote
Although Benedetto Marcello wrote an opera called La Fede riconosciuta and produced it in Vicenza in 1702, he had little sympathy with this form of composition, as evidenced in his writings ( see below ).
Even though Barry was " the ugliest Woman " in the world off stage, wrote the anonymous A Comparison Between the Two Stages ( 1702 ), she was " the finest Woman in the World upon the Stage.
" In the Old Kilkenny Review, year unknown, Peter Smithwick, K. M., Solicitor, wrote that the tradition of Kilkenny is that Sullivan ’ s Brewery was founded in 1702 ... Daniel Sullivan, allegedly a Protestant, bought the property in trust for Pierse Bryan of Jenkinstown, who was Catholic but prohibited by the Penal Laws from buying land ... Twenty years later a Protestant informer got a decree declaring himself the owner of the property ... The property was on the West side of High Street, " standing backward in James ’ Street.
In 1702, a disorganized group of General Baptists in Carolina wrote a request for help to the General Baptist Association in England.
La Hire wrote on graphical methods, 1673 ; on conic sections, 1685 ; a treatise on epicycloids, 1694 ; one on roulettes, 1702 ; and, lastly, another on conchoids, 1708.
In 1702, she wrote The Beau ’ s Duel and The Stolen Heiress, both of which were produced that same year, and then Love's Contrivance for the next season.
Among the Dominicans, Alexander Natalis wrote " Institutio concionantium tripartita " ( Paris, 1702 ).
He took a prominent part in the dispute in 1671 between the two Houses concerning the right of the Lords to amend money bills, and wrote a learned pamphlet on the question entitled The Privileges of the House of Lords and Commons ( 1702 ), in which the right of the Lords was asserted.
Bach, however, was not the first to compose such a set: Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer wrote a 20-key cycle in his 1702 work Ariadne musica.
* Dominic ( 1596 – 1654 ) was abbot of Muri and wrote Origo et genealogia gloriosissimorum comitum de Habsburg ( 1651 ), second ( enlarged ) edition Muri, 1702 ( cf.
1702 and So
So far did they win his esteem and confidence that he gave a site within the Imperial City enclosure for a church and residence which were finally completed in 1702.
1702 and which
In February 1705, Queen Anne, who had made Marlborough a Duke in 1702, granted him the Park of Woodstock and promised a sum of £ 240, 000 to build a suitable house as a gift from a grateful crown in recognition of his victory – a victory which British historian Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy considered one of the pivotal battles in history, writing – " Had it not been for Blenheim, all Europe might at this day suffer under the effect of French conquests resembling those of Alexander in extent and those of the Romans in durability.
The most important of these, Magnalia Christi Americana ( 1702 ), comprises seven distinct books, many of which depict biographical and historical narratives to which later American writers, such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Elizabeth Drew Stoddard, and Harriet Beecher Stowe, would look in describing the cultural significance of New England for later generations after the American Revolution.
In the same year he set up his periodical A Review of the Affairs of France which supported the Harley Ministry, chronicling the events of the War of the Spanish Succession ( 1702 – 1714 ).
The dukedom was created in 1702 by Queen Anne ; John Churchill, whose wife was a favourite of the queen, had earlier been made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the Scottish peerage ( 1682 ), which became extinct with his death, and Earl of Marlborough ( 1689 ) by King William III.
Between 1702 and 1705 Telemann composed at least eight operas, four of which went to the Leipzig operahouse and four to the Weissenfels court.
The creation of Great Britain happened during the War of the Spanish Succession, in which just before his death in 1702 William III had reactivated the Grand Alliance against France.
When large parts of Uppsala burned down in 1702, Gustavianum, which contained the university library and its many valuable manuscripts, escaped the fire ; local lore has it that the aging Rudbeck stood on the roof directing the work of fighting the fire.
The most widely recognized building of the university library is Carolina Rediviva, the " revived Carolina ", thus named in reference to Academia Carolina ( see illustration ), which held the university library from the earliest times until 1691, when it was moved to the upper floor of Gustavianum, where it miraculously survived the great city fire of 1702.
This was used for 400 years until the great fire of 1702 which destroyed large parts of central Uppsala.
Benbow remained on station, and in August 1702 engaged Jean du Casse in an extended action off the coast of South America in which he suffered a mortal wound.
At the age of seventeen, she was married off to a Swedish dragoon, Johan Cruse or Johann Rabbe, with whom she remained for eight days in 1702, at which point the Swedish troops were withdrawn from Marienburg.
In 1702, Lisbon sent its first governor successfully, António Coelho Guerreiro, to Lifau, which became capital of all Portuguese dependencies on Lesser Sunda Islands.
Anne supported the Occasional Conformity Bill of 1702, which was promoted by the Tories and opposed by the Whigs.
According to the 1702 data, the population of the town was composed of 215 Orthodox and 13 Catholic houses, while according to the 1753 data, the population of the town numbered 3, 843 people, of which 3, 110 were ethnic Serbs.
Ten centuries after Bede, the French astronomers Philippe de la Hire ( in the year 1702 ) and Jacques Cassini ( in the year 1740 ), purely to simplify certain calculations, put the Julian Dating System ( proposed in the year 1583 by Joseph Scaliger ) and with it an astronomical era into use, which contains a leap year zero, which precedes the year 1 ( AD ) but does not exactly coincide with the year 1 BC.
Its most notable building is the Casa de la Vall — constructed in the early sixteenth century — which has been the state's parliamentary house since 1702.
Franklin owned a 1702 emblem book, which included an eagle with olive branch and arrows near its talons, which may have been a source for Thomson.
In 1702, the town got the title of city from the king Philip V, for which the townspeople thanked the king.
England, which was at the head of the opposite nations proposed Charles VI as the heir of the Spanish throne and in 1702 a European war started ( the War of the Spanish Succession ).