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1760 and noted
As noted previously, George III ( 1760 – 1820 ) is known to have attended only two Cabinet meetings.
In 1760, his widow built The Lady Pepperrell House, a noted Georgian building formerly owned by Historic New England.
Bishop Pococke in 1760 also noted the existence of thatched houses.
The European and scientific discovery of the koala in Australia was made at Mount Kembla and took place between June – August 1803 and involved type specimens collected and brought in to Sydney in August 1803 where they were immediately figured by botanical draughtsman Ferdinand Bauer ( 1760 – 1826 ) and described by noted botanist Robert Brown ( 1773 – 1858 ).

1760 and Shakespearean
Combining some of these, he contributed 31 pictures to a 1744 edition of Shakespeare's plays by Sir Thomas Hanmer, and later portrayed many leading contemporary actors in Shakespearean roles, including David Garrick as Richard III ( 1760 ).

1760 and editor
From 1748 to 1760 he lived in Leipzig and Berlin and worked as reviewer and editor for, amongst others, the Vossische Zeitung.

1760 and Edward
He is the first of only five monarchs to reign in the Kingdom of England or its successor states for 50 years or more, the others being Edward III ( 1327 – 1377 ), George III ( 1760 – 1820 ), Victoria ( 1837 – 1901 ) and Elizabeth II ( 1952 – present ).
On April 22, 1760, Contoocook Plantation was incorporated as a town by Governor Benning Wentworth, who named it for Edward Boscawen, the British admiral who distinguished himself at the 1758 Siege of Louisbourg.
Originally a parish of Kingston, it was chartered in 1760 as Hawke, after Admiral Sir Edward Hawke.
* Edward Devereux, 11th Viscount Hereford ( d. 1760 )
* Edward Drummond, 6th Duke of Perth ( d. 1760 ), 1st Duke's 3rd son
* Sir Edward Bellew, 6th Baronet ( c. 1760 – 1827 )
* Sir Edward Knatchbull, 8th Baronet ( c. 1760 – 1819 )
In the end of January 1760 the Royal George came to Spithead, and a month later Lockhart was appointed to command the 64-gun, forming part of the fleet under Hawke or Edward Boscawen.
* Dr. Maximillian Roivas ( 1760 AD )-A rich doctor in colonial Rhode Island, ancestor of both Edward and Alex.
When Edward's brother ascended the throne on 25 October 1760 as George III, he named Edward a privy counsellor.
* 25 March 1739 – 1 April 1760: His Royal Highness Prince Edward
Edward Alcock ( artist ) | Edward Alcock, William Shenstone ( 1760 ), oil on canvas
Related patents were taken out in England by Gowin Knight in 1760 and Edward Beran on 11 December 1769, but Venetian blinds were known to the French long before then, the French name for Venetian blinds being persiennes.
* Donald MacDonald ( army officer ) ( c. 1724 – 1760 ), Scottish military officer who saw service for France, Charles Edward Stuart, and Great Britain
A folly tower, built in 1760 by Edward Phelips V now occupies the hill-top.
Master-founders at Aldbourne included Robert Cor ( active 1694 – 1724 ), William Cor ( active 1696 – 1722 ), Oliver Cor ( active 1725 – 27 ), John Cor ( active 1728 – 50 ), John Stares ( active 1744 – 46 ), Edward Read ( active 1751 – 57 ), Edne Witts ( active 1759 – 74 ), Robert I Wells ( active 1760 – 81 ), Robert II Wells ( active 1781 – 93 ), James Wells ( active 1792 – 1826 ).
* Edward Francis Burney ( 1760 – 1848 ), English artist and illustrator
In 1760, Colonel Edward Sandford was appointed colonel, and replaced in 1763 by Colonel John Scott.

1760 and included
Brisson produced a six-volume work Ornithologie in 1760 and Buffon's included nine volumes ( volumes 16-24 ) on birds Histoire naturelle des oiseaux ( 1770 – 1785 ) in his work on science Histoire naturelle générale et particulière ( 1749 – 1804 ).
Until 1760 the monarch met all official expenses from hereditary revenues, which included the profits of the Crown Estate ( the royal property portfolio ).
In 1760, Winckelmann's Description des pierres gravées du feu Baron de Stosch appeared, followed in 1762 by his Anmerkungen über die Baukunst der Alten (" Observations on the Architecture of the Ancients "), which included an account of the temples at Paestum.
These territories soon came to be known as the ' Nizam's Dominions ', which ( in the year 1760 ) included areas from south of Maharashtra to the southern end of Tamil Nadu, encompassing vast territories in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
The original house was rebuilt in 1723 by Sir Gregory Page, and let to tenants who included Lavinia Fenton, Dowager Duchess of Bolton, who died at the house in 1760.
Their children included James Bayard ( 1760 – 1788 ) ( 1760 – 1788 ), Andrew Bayard ( 1762 – 1833 ), Samuel Bayard ( 1766 – 1840 ), Jane Bayard ( 1772 – 1851 ) who married Andrew Kirkpatrick, Nicholas Bayard ( 1774 – 1821 ), Margaret Bayard ( 1778 – 1844 ), and Anna Bayard ( 1779 – 1869 ).
George Horne's publications included a satirical pamphlet entitled The Theology and Philosophy of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis ( 1751 ), a defense of the Hutchinsonians ( 1753 ), and critiques on William Law ( 1758 ) and Benjamin Kennicott ( 1760 ).
The remaining manuscripts included papers on atmospheric refraction from 1755, on the motion of Mars as affected by the perturbations of Jupiter and the Earth ( 1756 ), and on terrestrial magnetism ( 1760 and 1762 ).
Between 1760 and 1780, was the beginning of the renovation / remodelling of the roads Rua de São Roque, Rua de Calhariz and Rua do Século, that included the widening of the routes and construction of new buildings.
Improvements carried out by the Bowes-Lyon family included landscaping in the 18th century, a chapel ( Gibside Chapel, built between 1760 and 1812 ), a banqueting hall, a column of Liberty, an avenue of oaks and several hundred acres of forest.
Substantial alterations in the 1760 / 70's included the replacement and repitching of the great hall roof, the new gothic south window of the great hall complete with the ogee parapet above it and the provision of a ceiling within the hall.

1760 and play
In 1760, he produced his first play, Polly Honeycomb, which met with great success.
The play was successful at Covent Garden and played regularly until 1760.
The following season found Foote in Dublin where Wilkinson was drawing crowds with his imitations and on 28 January 1760, Foote opened a new play, The Minor.
They became an elite corps, which was to play a role in the Burmese battles against the Siamese ( attacks and capture of Ayutthaya from 1760 to 1765 ) and the Manchus ( battles against the Chinese armies of the Qian Long emperor from 1766 to 1769 ).
Mosè in Egitto (; ) is a three-act opera written by Gioachino Rossini to an Italian libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola, which was based on a play by Francesco Ringhieri, L ' Osiride, of 1760.

1760 and ;
* La Religieuse, Roman ( 1760 ; revised in 1770 and in the early 1780s ; the novel was first published as a volume posthumously in 1796 ).
A French translation of the second volume by P. T. d ' Antelmy, with additions by Charles Bossut ( 1730 – 1814 ), was published in Paris in 1775 ; and an English translation of the whole work by John Colson ( 1680 – 1760 ), the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge, " inspected " by John Hellins, was published in 1801 at the expense of Baron Maseres.
* Reitlinger, Gerald ; The Economics of Taste, Vol I: The Rise and Fall of Picture Prices 1760 – 1960, Barrie and Rockliffe, London, 1961
George III reigned 1760 – 1820 ; he was born in Britain, never visited Hanover, and spoke English as his first language.
In 1760 the elder Balzac set off for Paris with only a louis coin in his pocket, determined to improve his social standing ; by 1776 he had become Secretary to the King's Council and a Freemason.
* Williams, Basil, and C. H. Stuart ; The Whig Supremacy, 1714 – 1760, 1962 online edition
The ancient electoral palace is another of the buildings that suffered severely in 1760 ; it now contains archives.
In 1759, Putnam led a regiment in the attack on Fort Carillon ; and in 1760 he was with the British army that marched on Montreal.
He was captured and briefly imprisoned before being paroled back to France ; he was formally exchanged in December 1760.
So, many caffetterie acquired cultural importance ( like Caffè Greco at 84 Via Condotti, Rome ; established in 1760 ) and became famous meeting points of artists, intellectuals, politicians, etc.
The landscape gardener William Emes had begun work at Kedleston in 1756, and he continued in Curzon's employ until 1760 ; however, it was Adam who was the guiding influence.
Still House ( CE-393 ; circa 1760 ): The house is located on Lot 1 of the original Charles Town plat.
The Bureau du Roi, from 1760 ; completed by Jean-Henri Riesener
Oeben's distinguished marquetry appears at its most ambitious on the famous, minutely-documented roll-top Bureau du Roi, made for Louis XV, which was begun in 1760 and remained unfinished at his death ; it was finished and delivered in 1769, signed by Jean Henri Riesener, but it was Oeben who devised its intricate mechanisms.
1760 stamped by Oeben veneered in parquetry and reflecting the " new style " especially in its gilt-bronze mounts ; it is fitted with an elaborate locking mechanism typical of Oeben.
; 1700 – 1760: Israel ben Eliezer, known as the Ba ' al Shem Tov, founds Hasidic Judaism, a way to approach God through meditation and fervent joy.
Charles and Maria Amalia resided in Naples for nineteen years ; she died in 1760.
* RCT 35 – Dardanus ( 1739 ; revised 1744 and 1760 ), score
* The Enchanter ; or, Love and Magic ( 1760 )
* 1760: Pomeranian Campaign ( as Swedish soldier ; captured by Prussia ; changed sides )
* Khan Sahib Shri Babi was the complex title of the ruler of the South Asia princely state of Bantva-Manavadar ( state founded 1760 ; September 1947 acceded to Pakistan, but 15 February 1948 forced to rescind accession to Pakistan, to accede to India after Khan Sahib's arrest ).
* Flagship History ; Europe 1760 – 1871.

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