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In 1739 he became house steward to MP John Lawton and accompanied him to London.
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The idea of a feudal state or period, in the sense of either a regime or a period dominated by lords who possess financial or social power and prestige, became widely held in middle of the 18th century, thanks to works such as Montesquieu's De L ' Esprit des Lois ( 1748 ; published in English as The Spirit of the Laws ), and Henri de Boulainvilliers ’ s Histoire des anciens Parlements de France ( 1737 ; published in English as An Historical Account of the Antient Parliaments of France or States-General of the Kingdom, 1739 ).
" The Italians were expelled from France in 1697 for satirizing King Louis XIV's second wife, Madame de Maintenon, but returned in 1716 ( after his death ), when Tommaso Antonio Vicentini (" Thomassin ", 1682 – 1739 ) became famous in the part.
After Richardson started the work on 10 November 1739, his wife and her friends became so interested in the story that he finished it on 10 January 1740.
With the abolition of Albemarle County in 1739, all of its constituent precincts became separate counties.
The area covered by the present-day township was set off to Morris County upon that county's creation in 1739, and became part of the newly formed Sussex County in 1753.
In 1736 a Reverend Schmidt preached occasionally to the Lutherans, and in 1739 Reverend John Justus Jacob Birkenstock became pastor of the Jordan Lutheran congregation.
He was named a cornet in the Russian cavalry regiment " Brunswick-Cuirassiers " when Anthony Ulrich became Russian generalissimo in 1739.
1730s-40s ) was a British master mariner, famous as the protagonist of the " Jenkins's ear " incident, which became a contributory cause of the War of Jenkins ' Ear between Britain and Spain in 1739.
In 1739, what is now Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop withdrew from Boston due to governmental control disputes and became the Town of Chelsea.
The caracal first became known to Western science from a German naturalist, Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber ( 1739 – 1810 ), who illustrated and described a specimen from Table Mountain in Cape Town in 1776.
Duclos became a member of the Academy of Inscriptions in 1739 and of the Académie française in 1747, being appointed perpetual secretary.
In August 1703, de Lamerie became the apprentice to a London goldsmith of Huguenot origin, Pierre Platel ( 1659 – 1739 ).
Richard Toplady became a commissioned officer in the Royal Marines in 1739 ; by the time of his death, he had reached the rank of major.
As population shifted to Ponce, Adjuntas became more linked to that town, and then to Utuado, being a ward of this municipality in 1739.
The Comte de Buffon became the curator in 1739 and he expanded the gardens greatly, adding a maze, the Labyrinth, which remains today.
He received the Copley Medal in 1739 and also became a public figure as a result of his campaigns against the Gin trade and his involvement in the Georgia Trust.
In 1739 he became one of the founding governors for the Foundling Hospital, a charity dedicated to saving children from the plight of abandonment.
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Sir Peter Warren began accumulating land in 1731 and built a frame house capacious enough to hold a sitting of the Assembly when smallpox rendered the city dangerous in 1739.
This house, which would be Richardson's residence from 1739 to 1754, was later named " The Grange " in 1836.
First building his house and then a store, he discovered very high quality magnetite iron ore nearby and decided to mine for it, acquiring by 1737 and over by 1739 when mining was initiated.
Acting on his own initiative, in 1739 Johnson bought a house and small farm on the north side of the river, where he built a store and a sawmill.
Bridgeman got into financial strife, and in 1739 under a Chancery Decree, the house and park were acquired by his principal creditor Richard Long.
Cassels made large alterations to the Carton house in County Kildare between 1739 and 1745 for the Earl of Kildare.
* Hamstead Marshall, work was started on a new house, 1739 but abandoned after the client died the year work started
In 1739, the lease was sold back to the 19th Earl of Kildare, who employed Richard Castle to build the existing house.
The famed preacher George Whitefield arrives in 1739, and despite significant differences in their religious beliefs, Franklin assists Whitefield by printing his sermons and journals and lodging him in his house.
When John Penn, making up for his slow start, sent an air-pump to the learned society in 1739, the directors, to house it commissioned a glazed cabinet, the earliest extant example of American-made Palladian architectural furniture.
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* William Henry Burton ( 1739 – 1818 ), UK MP for the Irish constituency of County Carlow, 1801 – 1802
Robert Byng served as Member of Parliament ( MP ) for Plymouth from 1728 to 1739 and as Governor of Barbados from May 1739.