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In November 1830, he and William Lloyd Garrison founded what he later called a " preliminary Anti-Slavery Society ", though he differed from Garrison as a nonresistant.
The Royal Geographical Society was founded in England in 1830, although the United Kingdom did not get its first full Chair of geography until 1917.
* 1830 – The General Assembly's Institution, now the Scottish Church College, one of the pioneering institutions that ushered the Bengal Renaissance, is founded by Alexander Duff and Raja Ram Mohan Roy, in Calcutta, India.
Smith published what he said was a translation of these plates in March 1830 as the Book of Mormon, named after Mormon, the ancient prophet-historian who compiled the book, and on April 6, 1830, Smith founded the Church of Christ.
* 1830 – John Batterson Stetson, American hat manufacturer, invented the cowboy hat and founded the John B. Stetson Company ( d. 1906 )
The Charité ( a hospital founded in 1710 ) in Berlin established a separate Paediatric Pavilion in 1830, followed by similar institutions at Saint Petersburg in 1834, and at Vienna and Breslau ( now Wrocław ), both in 1837.
* Adam Weishaupt ( 1748 – 1830 ) German who founded the Order of the Illuminati.
The rowing club, Christ's College Boat Club, is the oldest college sports club still active, having been founded in 1830.
Athens Fire department founded in 1830 and became full-time in the 1930's has two stations, a staff of about 30.
Daleville, originally known as " Dale's Court House ", was founded circa 1830 by veterans of the Creek Indian War who had settled in Dale County following that conflict.
First settled in 1829 on a site tentatively named Washington, the town was officially founded in 1830 as the county seat of McDonough County and given the name Macomb after General Alexander Macomb, a general in the War of 1812.
The town was founded in 1830.
It was founded in 1830 and named after James Dill, a general in the war of 1812 who beforehand had achieved limited success as a hotel clerk.
Its nickname, Petit Paris (" Little Paris "), dates from the era when St. Martinville was known as a cultural mecca with good hotels and a French Theater, the Duchamp Opera House ( founded in 1830 ), that featured the best operas and witty comedies.
The settlement was founded in 1830 by Benjamin Redding and a post office named " Redding's Mills " opened on June 17, 1850.
It was founded and named by Sherman Hopkins in 1830.
Clitherall was founded in 1864 by members of the Church of Jesus Christ ( Cutlerite ), a small Latter Day Saint faction started in 1853 by Alpheus Cutler, a former associate of Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the original Latter Day Saint church in 1830.
* Peter Whitmer, Sr., a prominent early Mormon, one of the first six members of the church founded by Joseph Smith, Jr. in 1830.
Like Capital University, Trinity Lutheran Seminary was founded in 1830, and is a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ( ELCA ).
* Samuel Doak ( 1749 – 1830 ) Presbyterian minister, pioneer, founded earliest schools and churches in East Tennessee.
San Ygnacio, originally a Mexican pueblo, was founded in 1830 by settlers from nearby Guerrero, Tamaulipas on the outskirts of the recently established Uribeno Ranch.
It houses more than 700 animals and tropical birds from around the world and was founded in 1830 and opened to the public on 1 September 1831, with animals from the London Society, making it the third oldest zoo in the world.
Oliver Springs was founded in 1830 as Winter's Gap.
The region next became part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands ( 1815 – 1830 ), and William I of the Netherlands founded a new university in 1816 in Leuven as a state university ().

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#** Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II ( 1830 – 1893 ), married Caroline Le Roy Appleton Edgar
In Stendhal's novel Le Rouge et le Noir ( 1830 ), there is a classic narcissist in the character of Mathilde.
Towards the end of 1830, Gautier began to frequent meetings of Le Petit Cénacle Little Upper Room, a group of artists who met in the studio of Jehan Du Seigneur.
He published Quattro Novelle in 1829 ; Storia d ’ Italia sotto i Barbari in 1830 ; Vita di Dante, 1839 ; Meditazioni Storiche, 1842 — 1845 ; Le Speranze d ’ Italia, 1844 ; Pensieri sulla Storia d ’ Italia, 1858 ; Della Monarchia rappresentativa in Italia ( Florence, 1857 ).
Unable to enter active political life, he turned to literature and philosophy, publishing in 1828 a collection of Chants helléniens translated from the German of Wilhelm Müller, and in 1830 an Exposé de la doctrine Saint-Simonienne, and collaborating in the Saint-Simonian journal Le Producteur.
None of Cuvier's works attained a higher reputation than his Le Règne Animal, the first edition of which appeared in four octavo volumes in 1817, and the second in five volumes in 1829 – 1830.
* Charles Le Gendre ( 1830 – 1899 ), a French-born American general and diplomat
Greenwood LeFlore or Greenwood Le Fleur ( June 3, 1800 – August 31, 1865 ) was elected Principal Chief of the Choctaw in 1830 before removal.
His songs ( such as Le Vieux Drapeau ), helped to bring about the revolution of 1830, and he played a part, with his friends Lafitte and Lafayette, in placing Louis Philippe I upon the throne, but refused all the appointments proffered by the king and his ministers ; he simply desired to live as a philosopher, content with the income from the sale of his songs, and preserving his personal independence.
He gradually became known as a journalist for various periodicals ; but it was not until he formed his connection with Le National, a daily founded in 1830, that he became a power in France.
At first, Le National was a collaborative effort by Adolphe Thiers, François Mignet, Auguste Sautelet, and Carrel ; but after the July Revolution of 1830, Thiers and Mignet assumed office, and the entire management of the publication was left in Carrel's hands.
Le Rouge et le Noir ( ; French for The Red and the Black ), 1830, by Stendhal, is a historical psychological novel in two volumes, chronicling a provincial young man ’ s attempts to rise socially beyond his modest upbringing with a combination of talent and hard work, deception and hypocrisy — yet who ultimately allows his passions to betray him.
The first chapter of each volume repeats the title Le Rouge et le Noir and the Chronique de 1830 sub-title.
Le Rouge et le Noir occurs in the latter years of the Bourbon Restoration ( 1814 – 30 ) and the days of the 1830 July Revolution that established the Kingdom of the French ( 1830 – 48 ).
Presuming a knowledgeable reader, the novelist Stendhal only alludes to the historical background of Le Rouge et le Noir — yet did sub-title it Chronique de 1830 (“ Chronicle of 1830 ”).
Le Rouge et le Noir, Chronique du XIX < sup > e </ sup > siècle ( 1830 ) was first translated to English c. 1900 ; the best-known translation, The Red and the Black ( 1926 ), by Charles Kenneth Scott-Moncrief, has been, like his other translations, characterised as one of his “ fine, spirited renderings, not entirely accurate on minor points of meaning.
This was then eventually popularized in various European countries – in France it was popular from about 1810 – 1850, via such books as Le Langage des Fleurs (" The Language of Flowers ", 1819, Charlotte de Latour ), while in Britain it was popular during the Victorian age ( roughly 1820 – 1880 ), in the US about 1830 – 1850, and spread worldwide.
* Le Guide du cultivateur, ou Nouvel almanac de la température pour chaque jour de l ' année, Montreal, 1830 – 1833
Also of note by Balzac: Le Centenaire Centenarian, inspired by Melmoth the Wanderer ( 1822 ), L ' Élixir de Longue Vie Elixir Of Long Life ( 1830 ), Louis Lambert ( 1832 ), about a man seeking higher dimensions, the aptly named La Recherche de l ' Absolu Search For The Absolute ( 1834 ), whose hero is an alchemist, and Melmoth Réconcilié Reconciled ( 1835 ).
In 1830, he retired from public life and spent the remainder of his days on his estate at Le Monna.
From 1826 to 1830 he opposed the policies of Charles X of France in Le Globe.
After 1830, he contributed to different newspapers, Le Constitutionnel, Le National and the Courrier français until 1833, when he gave up politics in order to devote himself to the history of ancient philosophy, undertaking a translation of Aristotle, which occupied him the greater part of his life.

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