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1709 and Steele
In April 1709, his childhood friend, Richard Steele, started The Tatler.
at: 1709 text: Assisted Richard Steele in Tatler
The Tatler, Steele ’ s first journal, first came out on 12 April 1709, and ran three times a week: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
* 1709: Tatler founded by Richard Steele
Later in 1709, Richard Steele bolstered the release of his new paper The Tatler by naming the fictitious Isaac Bickerstaff Esq.
Tatler has been the name of several British journals and magazines, each of which has viewed itself as the successor of the original literary and society journal founded by Richard Steele in 1709.
The original Tatler was founded in 1709 by Richard Steele, who used the nom de plume " Isaac Bickerstaff, Esquire ", the first such consistently adopted journalistic persona, which adapted to the first person, as it were, the 17th-century genre of " characters ", as first established in English by Sir Thomas Overbury and soon to be expanded by Lord Shaftesbury's Characteristics ( 1711 ).
Richard Steele mentions a performance in a 1709 edition of Tatler.

1709 and began
After a late start to the campaigning season owing to the unusually harsh winter preceding it, the allied campaign of 1709 began in mid June.
Taylor began his education for the dissenting ministry in 1709 under Thomas Dixon at Whitehaven, where he drew up for himself a Hebrew grammar ( 1712 ).
Under the reign of Tokugawa Tsunayoshi ( 1680 – 1709 ), however, the Rōjū lost nearly all their power, as the Shogun began to work more closely with the Tairō, Chamberlains, and others, including Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, who held the power of a Tairō, but not the title.
He studied anatomy in London under William Cowper ( 1666 – 1709 ), and began lecturing anatomy in 1710.
In 1702 the latter was transferred to the chair of medicine at Leiden University, and it was there that Bernhard Siegfried began his studies in 1709, at the age of 12, having for his teachers such men as Boerhaave and Nikolaus Bidloo.
The Old Furnace began life as a typical blast furnace, but went over to coke in 1709.
In 1709, the year he began his secret diary, he was appointed to the Council of Virginia, which meant that he spent much of his time in London.
Officially known as the " Templo Expiatorio a Cristo Rey ," the construction of the old basilica began in 1531 and was not finished until 1709.
Her career as an author effectively began with the publication of her New Atalantis in 1709, a work that spotted present British politics on the fabulous Mediterranean Island.

1709 and out
The office of Lord High Admiral passed a number of times in and out of commission until 1709, after which the office was almost permanently in commission ( the last Lord High Admiral being the future King William IV in the early 19th century ).
Frederik IV and August II were forced out of the alliance in 1700 and 1706 respectively, but re-joined it in 1709.
Other expeditions were sent out in 1708, 1709 and 1711 with considerable bloodshed but little success.
Another reason was through an act of industrial espionage in 1709 by a weaver known as James Blake who gained access to the workshops of a damask linen factory in Edinburgh by pretending to act like a simpleton in order to find out and memorise the formula.
In 1709, the English captains Woodes Rogers, Etienne Courtney, and William Dampier along with a crew of 110, looted Guayaquil and demanded ransom ; however, they suddenly departed without collecting the ransom after an epidemic of yellow fever broke out.
# Among Catholic writers, Pierre Faydit, who was expelled from the Oratory at Paris in 1671 for disobedience and died in 1709, practiced a form of Tritheism in his Eclaireissements sur la doctrine et Phistoire ecclésiastiqes des deux premiers siecles ( Paris, 1696 ), in which he tried to make out that the earliest Fathers were Tritheists.
April 30, 1709: an iron door stolen out of Mr Henry Smith's brewhouse.
By 1709 SPCK was spreading further afield: a printing press and trained printer were sent out to Tranquebar in East India to assist in the production of the first translation of the Bible into Tamil done by the German Lutheran missionaries Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg and Heinrich Pluetschau from the Danish-Halle Mission.
Most of the current building dates to the early 18th century, when extensive reconstruction was carried out by architect Alexander Edward for James Maule, 4th Earl of Panmure, between approximately 1696 and 1709.
Evidence suggest that Louis XIV ordered the plantings of Melon de Bourgogne in the Muscadet region following the devastating frost of 1709 that wiped out many vineyards. The wine-growing tradition in the region where Muscadet is produced dates from an edict of the Roman emperor Probus who had the first vineyards planted by soldiers.

1709 and Tatler
The word “ club ,” in the sense of an association to promote good-fellowship and social intercourse, became common in England at the time of Tatler and The Spectator ( 1709 – 1712 ).
The original Tatler was published for only two years, from 12 April 1709 to 2 January 1711.
A humorous account of these proceedings is given in The Tatler, No. 99, 26 November 1709, in which Rich, depicted under the name of Divito, is said to " have wounded all adversaries with so much skill that men feared even to be in the right against him ".

1709 and which
* Aphorismi de cognoscendis et curandis morbis ( Leiden, 1709 ), on which his pupil and assistant, Gerard van Swieten ( 1700 – 1772 ) published a commentary in 5 vols.
The same is true of a massive history of the Union which Defoe published in 1709 and which some historians still treat as a valuable contemporary source for their own works.
He replaced mandatory military service among the middle class with an annual tax, established primary schools, and resettled East Prussia ( which had been devastated by the plague in 1709 ).
John Ernest Grabe found an otherwise unreported saying of Jesus, attributed to the Apostle Barnabas, amongst the Greek manuscripts in the Baroccian collection in the Bodleian Library ; which he speculated might be a quotation from this lost gospel ; and John Toland claimed to have identified a corresponding phrase when he examined the surviving Italian manuscript of the Gospel of Barnabas in Amsterdam before 1709.
Introduced fauna by humans include rats and goats, which castaway Alexander Selkirk survived on during his four year stay from 1705 to 1709 ; his travails provided the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe.
Defoe's A Review, published on 3 December 1709 and demanding " a Law in the present Parliament ... for the Encouragement of Learning, Arts, and Industry, by securing the Property of Books to the Authors or Editors of them ", was followed by How's Some Thoughts on the Present State of Printing and Bookselling, which hoped that Parliament " might think fit to secure Property in Books by a Law ".
This new-found confidence would aid them morally during the 1709 campaign in which they destroyed Charles ' main Swedish army.
The map is based on an earlier French map by Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d ' Anville | d ' Anville, which in its turn makes use of the data collected by Jesuit missions in China | Jesuit cartographers in 1709.
In 1709 he presented a petition to King John V of Portugal, seeking royal favour for his invention of an airship, in which he expressed the greatest confidence.
The public test of the machine, which was set for June 24, 1709, did not take place.
In 1709, the House ordered that no decree of the lower Scottish courts could be executed while an appeal was pending ; that rule was reversed only by the Administration of Justice ( Scotland ) Act 1808, which provided that the lower Court could determine if the appeal justified the stay of the decree.
He then wrote the Art of Love, a poem ; and in 1709 imitated Horace in an Art of Cookery, which he published with some letters to Lister.
Among his own productions are a treatise, De la morale des pères, a history of ancient treaties contained in the Supplément au grand corps diplomatique, and the curious Traité du jeu ( 1709 ), in which he defends the morality of games of chance.
In its heyday, between 1709 and 1859 Swineford had an active brass and copper industry around the Swineford Lock which were served by the river which also provided water power for the cloth industry, as did the River Boyd, a tributary which flows into the Avon near Bitton.
Hoogstraten remained in the hands of the Lalaing-Culemborg family until 1709 after which the town was transferred to the Salm-Salm family.
The Battle of Malplaquet, fought on 11 September 1709, was one of the main battles of the War of the Spanish Succession, which opposed the Bourbons of France and Spain against an alliance whose major members were the Habsburg Monarchy, Great Britain, the United Provinces and the Kingdom of Prussia.
Also as a scholar, Arbuthnot took up an interest in antiquities and published Tables of Grecian, Roman, and Jewish measures, weights and coins ; reduced to the English standard in 1705, 1707, 1709, and, expanded with a preface ( which indicated that his second son, Charles, was born in 1705 ), in 1727 and 1747.
An account of his orphanage, entitled Segensvolle Fußstapfen, ( 1709 ), which subsequently passed through several editions, has also been partially translated, under the title The Footsteps of Divine Providence: or, The bountiful Hand of Heaven defraying the Expenses of Faith.
* Priestcraft in Perfection ( 1709 ), in which he asserts that the clause " the Church ...

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