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In 1759, after an unhappy marriage to her music teacher James Abington, a royal trumpeter, she is mentioned in the bills as " Mrs Abington ".
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1759 and after
In 1758, he took part in the major amphibious assault that captured the Fortress of Louisbourg from the French, after which he participated in the siege of Quebec City and then the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759.
In 1783, after the war, he married Jane Cook ( also born in Christian County, in 1759 to William Cook and his wife Sarah Simpson ).
Johnson's advance stopped at Fort William Henry, and the French withdrew to Ticonderoga point, where they began the construction of Fort Carillon ( later renamed Fort Ticonderoga after British capture in 1759 ).
In 1759, decades after the deaths of both Newton and Hooke, Alexis Clairaut, mathematical astronomer eminent in his own right in the field of gravitational studies, made his assessment after reviewing what Hooke had published on gravitation.
This in turn makes it understandable how in 1759, decades after the deaths of both Newton and Hooke, Alexis Clairaut, mathematical astronomer eminent in his own right in the field of gravitational studies, made his assessment after reviewing what Hooke had published on gravitation.
Britain eventually gained control of Quebec City and Montreal after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham and Battle of Fort Niagara in 1759, and the Battle of the Thousand Islands and Battle of Sainte-Foy in 1760.
These dialects originated from migrations from the St. Lawrence valley into the area, from 1697 onwards well into the early 19th century, with contributions of refugees from Acadia in the 18th century, both before and after the British conquest of 1759.
The so-called " new " dialects arose from colonization after 1759 which went on well into the late 19th century.
In 1759, after the capture of Fort Duquesne in Allegheny County, a road was built between the fort ( which was renamed to Fort Pitt ) to the newly built Fort Bedford in Raystown.
They were toll roads in the 18th century, before and after the dismantling of the permanent Tyburn gallows " tree " at their junction in 1759.
Montague Township was supposedly named after the George Montagu, 4th Duke of Manchester, as suggested by King George II, who approved the royal patent on March 26, 1759.
" Britain gained control of Fort Niagara in 1759, during the French & Indian War, after a nineteen-day siege.
Bethania was the first planned Moravian settlement in Wachovia, and members of a Society, under the care of the Bethania congregation were permitted to reside in the village, as well, after July 1759.
Because colonial settlers believed that earthwork mounds were a prehistoric fortification, they called the settlement Redstone Old Fort ; later in the 1760s – 70s, it eventually became known as Redstone Fort or by the mid-1760s, Fort Burd named eponymously after the officer who commanded the British fort constructed in 1759.
The house was built from 1759 to 1771 for Edwin Lascelles, whose family had bought the estate after making its fortune in the West Indies through Customs positions, slave trading and lending money to planters.
The situation got worse in 1759 when Fort Carillon and Fort Niagara were taken, and the key citadel of Quebec fell after a prolonged siege and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham of September 13, 1759.
Meanwhile the British army, left behind in Quebec after the fleet sailed at the end of October 1759, suffered from hunger, scurvy and the travails of living in a city that they had largely destroyed in the siege.
His ancestors were United Empire Loyalists John Diamond ( 1759 – 1845 ) and Christiana Loyst ( 1765 – 1842 ), from Dutchess County, New York who fled to Fredericksburgh, Ontario after the Revolution.
In 1759, after having lived in Geneva less than two years, Voltaire had purchased the estate of Ferney in France, near the Swiss border.
1759 and marriage
The marriage was not a happy one, but produced one son: the future Emperor Paul ; and one daughter: Anna Petrovna ( 20 December 1757 – 19 March 1759 ).
Upon his 1759 marriage to Martha, George Washington became the legal manager of the Custis estate, under court oversight.
His marriage with a wealthy widow enabled him to devote himself fully to literature, and also funded his campaign for a seat in the Académie française, which was achieved in 1759.
In 1743, his paternal grandmother, Françoise-Marie de Bourbon the formidable Dowager Duchess of Orléans, and Louise Élisabeth, Dowager Princess of Conti arranged his marriage to his seventeen-year old cousin, Louise Henriette de Bourbon ( 1726 – 1759 ), a member of the House of Boubon-Conti, another cadet branch of the House of Bourbon.
The marriage contract was signed in Milan on 3 January 1759 by the French ambassador to the court of Turin.
Lee's mother, Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee, was the great-granddaughter of Martha ( Dandridge ) Custis, who was a widow living at her White House Plantation in New Kent County ( which Rooney Lee later inherited ) when she was courted by Colonel George Washington before their marriage in 1759.
1759 and her
Empress Joséphine had the Belgian artist Pierre-Joseph Redouté ( 1759 – 1840 ) record her roses ( and lilies ), and prints of these works sell quite well, even today.
* Letters from Juliet Lady Catesby to her friend, Lady Henrietta Campley – 1760 ( a translation from the original French by Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni, 1759 )
Hastings ’ first wife, Mary, had died in 1759 and he planned to marry the Baroness once she had obtained a divorce from her husband.
His Ode for St Cecilia's Day was performed at Ranelagh Gardens in 1759 ; and in 1760 he returned to London in good health and with a young family ; the eldest child, a girl of eight, surprised the public by her attainments as a harpsichord player.
While the gradual conquest of New France by the British, culminating in Wolfe's victory at the Plains of Abraham in 1759, deprived France of her North American empire, the ' French of Canada ' - Acadians, Québécois, Métis, and others-remained.
She was Regent of the Netherlands from 1751 until her death in 1759, exercising extensive powers on behalf of her son William V. Because of her English upbringing and family connections, she was known as an Anglophile-despite being unable to convince the Dutch Republic to enter the Seven Years ' War on the side of the British.
She continued to act as regent until her death from dropsy in 1759, at The Hague, Netherlands, when she was replaced by her mother-in-law, Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel, and by Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
The translation, published ten years after her death in 1759, is still considered the standard French translation.
Born in Belfast to Charles Hamilton ( d. 1759 ), a Scottish merchant, and his wife Katherine Mackay ( d. 1767 ), she lived most of her life in Scotland, moving there in 1762 to live with a Mrs Marshall, her paternal aunt, near Stirling and spending much of her later life in Edinburgh.
In 1759, the Távora affair emerged after an assassination attempt on her husband failed and the powerful Távora family were, in the eyes of Pombal, completely responsible for the attack.
* Princess Marie Louise Élisabeth ( 1727 – 1759 ), twin with her younger sister, Henriette ; married Philip, Duke of Parma ( 1720 – 1765 ), who was also an infante of Spain.
One of the daughters, Mary Nicholson, never married, and left her portion to her nephew, John Lyon, who by 1759 became the ninth Earl of Strathmore.
The 24 mile flight brought Lunardi fame and began the ballooning fad that inspired fashions of the day — Lunardi skirts were decorated with balloon styles, and in Scotland, the Lunardi Bonnet was named after him ( balloon-shaped and standing some 600 mm tall ), and is even mentioned by Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns ( 1759 – 96 ), in his poem ' To a Louse ', written about a young woman called Jenny, who had a louse scampering in her Lunardi bonnet, " But Miss's fine Lunardi, fye ".