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In 1825 the city was inhabited by 1266 Poles and 1341 Germans The German language newspaper, Allensteiner Zeitung, was first published in 1841.
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In 1825, the city of New York commissioned Morse for $ 1, 000 to paint a portrait of Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette, in Washington.
The Marine officer swords are of the Mameluke pattern which was adopted in 1825 in recognition of the Marines ' key role in the capture of the Tripolitan city of Derna during the First Barbary War.
It was incorporated as a village in 1825 and as a city in 1847 ; by contrast, the Village of Manlius, along the Cherry Valley and Seneca Turnpikes, was incorporated in 1813.
; Building of city council: built in the years 1825 – 1827, designed in classical style by Antonio Corazzi
The city of Akron was laid out in 1825 and was first settled by Irish laborers and others working on the Ohio and Erie Canal.
Fulton, the largest city in the Kingdom of Callaway, was founded and became the county seat in 1825 but was not incorporated until March 14, 1859.
Founded in 1825 with the intent of building large collections in the fields of culture and natural history, it became the grounds for most of the academic activity in the city, a tradition which has prevailed since the museum became part of the University of Bergen.
Ibrahim landed in the Peloponnese in February 1825 and had immediate success: by the end of 1825, most of the Peloponnese was under Egyptian control, and the city of Missolonghi — put under siege by the Turks since April 1825 — fell in April 1826.
On April 20, 1825, the town was elevated to the status of city, and was given its current name in honor of the first president of Mexico, Guadalupe Victoria.
In June 1825 Busby made an interesting report on the state of the water-supply of Sydney, and suggested that a supply could be drawn from " the large lagoon in the vicinity of the paper mill " to a reservoir in Hyde Park from which it would be distributed throughout the city by pipes.
" Icknield Street or Icknield Port Road are not old names and cannot be traced in the city prior to 1825 and may have been introduced as a result of Hutton's theory.
* The 33 Orientales were a group of Uruguay's national Independence Heroes that liberate the country in 1825 from the Brazilian Empire, the name is due for the leaders all 33 Degree Masons ( The Thirty-Three Orientals ), one of Uruguay's national states and its capital city is named " Treinta y Tres " after them.
* 1825 – city as an example of perfect weaver center was visited by tzar of Russia and king of Poland Alexander I of Russia
The city of Ypsilanti, Michigan in the United States-founded in 1825, during the Greek struggle for independence-is named after him.
The first recorded settler in Goulburn established ' Strathallan ' in 1825 ( on the site of the present Police Academy ) and a town was originally surveyed in 1828, although moved to the present site of the city in 1833 when the surveyor Robert Hoddle laid it out.
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After heavy rains and an onslaught of mice, snow fell on October 15, 1825, and remained on the ground through a winter so cold that the ice on the Red was five feet thick.
In 1825, the Boston house carpenters' strike for a ten-hour day was denounced by the organized employers, who declared: `` It is considered that all combinations by any classes of citizens intended to effect the value of labor tend to convert all its branches into monopolies ''.
In 1815, Patrick was appointed curate of the chapel in Thornton, near Bradford ; a second daughter, Elizabeth ( 1815 – 1825 ), was born shortly after.
Antonio Salieri ( 18 August 17507 May 1825 ) was a classical composer, conductor and teacher born in Legnago, south of Verona, in the Republic of Venice, but who spent his adult life and career as a faithful subject of the Habsburg monarchy.
At his memorial service on 22 June 1825 his own Requiem in C minor — composed in 1804 – was performed for the first time.
During the period 1825 – 1863 a sheep market was held at a site in Castle Street, to stop the sale of sheep on the streets of the town.
The principal ironworks was built by the British Iron Company in 1825 ; it passed to the New British Iron Company in 1843 and to the Ebbw Vale Company in 1852 but closed in 1889.
The element was isolated independently by two chemists, Carl Jacob Löwig and Antoine Jerome Balard, in 1825 – 1826.
Bromine was discovered independently by two chemists, Carl Jacob Löwig and Antoine Balard, in 1825 and 1826, respectively.
The paper was a failure, in part because the mining " bubble " burst in late 1825, which ruined Powles and Disraeli.
Even earlier than the Herald, the weekly American Traveler was founded in 1825 as a bulletin for stagecoach listings.
* The old gendarmerie on Place Manuel was originally constructed to house the subprefecture in 1825 in a neoclassical style, and its façade occupies one entire side of the square.
West of Broadway as far as Canal Street was the city's fashionable residential area until circa 1825 ; landfill has more than tripled the area and the Hudson shore now lies far to the west, beyond TriBeCa and Battery Park City.
The Erie Canal ( opened 1825 ) was chartered and owned by the state of New York and financed by bonds bought by private investors.
In Swansea's maritime quarter are the Dylan Thomas Theatre, home of the Swansea Little Theatre of which Thomas was once a member, and the former Guildhall built in 1825 and now occupied by the Dylan Thomas Centre, a literature centre, where exhibitions and lectures are held and setting for the annual Dylan Thomas Festival.
Jacques-Louis David (; ) ( 30 August 1748 – 29 December 1825 ) was an influential French painter in the Neoclassical style, considered to be the preeminent painter of the era.
In June 1825, he resolved to embark on an improved version of his " Anger of Achilles " ( also known as the " Sacrifice of Iphigenie "; the earlier version was completed in 1819 and is now in the collection of the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.
First, the country found itself on the front lines of Gran Colombia's efforts to liberate Peru from Spanish rule between 1822 and 1825 ; afterward, in 1828 and 1829, Ecuador was in the middle of an armed struggle between Peru and Gran Colombia over the location of their common border.