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In 1853, of farmland in the town of Ovid were purchased for the site of the Ovid Agricultural College, which opened in December 1860.
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1853 and farmland
Within a year, John Surratt purchased of farmland near what is now Clinton, and by 1853 he constructed a tavern and an inn there.
In 1827, Columbus businessman William Neil purchased of farmland just north of downtown Columbus from Joseph Vance, and by 1853 owned all of the land from west of High Street to the Olentangy River, south to First Avenue, and north to Lane Avenue.
1853 and town
High above the city, near the small town of South Fork, the South Fork Dam was originally built between 1838 and 1853 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as part of a canal system to be used as a reservoir for a canal basin in Johnstown.
* François Arago ( 1786 – 1853 ), the physicist, astronomer and liberal politician, who secured the abolition of slavery in the French colonies in 1853, was born in the nearby village of Estagel ( Estagell ) and is memorialized in the eponymous Place Arago that bears his statue in the centre of the town.
Its population being steadily expanded from Oregon Trail immigrants, in 1853 the town settled on the name Olympia, at the suggestion of local resident Colonel Isaac N. Ebey, due to its view of the Olympic Mountains to the northwest.
In 1833 the town was renamed Berlin because of the recent German immigration from the Breuckmann family, and in 1853 Berlin became the County Seat of the newly created County of Waterloo, elevating it to the status of Village.
The town of Milford was established in 1816 by George Reed, Marysville in 1819 by Samuel Culbertson, Richwood in 1832 by Philip Plumber, Kingsville in 1834, Somerville in 1835, Watkins and Arbelia in 1838, Newton in 1838 by David Paul, York Center in 1841, Frankfort in 1846, Unionville in 1847, Pharisburg in 1847, New California in 1853, Dover in 1854, Union Center in 1863, Broadway in 1865, Pottersburg in 1869, Peoria in 1870, Magnetic Springs in 1879, and Claibourne in 1881.
The town was chartered by Jackson County in 1850 and incorporated by the State of Missouri as the " City of Kansas " in 1853.
In 1853, a yellow fever epidemic struck the town, killing many residents, almost wiping out the town.
The year 1853 saw a yellow fever epidemic strike the city, with some interments in an ill-defined two acre cemetery to the north of town in the river bend.
The gold from the initially discovered placers gave out after a few years, but the discovery of gold in an underground river channel in 1853 revitalized the camp and it soon became a town.
Subsequent investigation indicates instead that the town was in fact named for Selma Michelsen ( 1853 – 1910 ), wife of a railroad employee who had submitted her name for inclusion on a list of candidate names prepared by his supervisor.
When the surveyors, working for the railroad ’ s chief engineer, Oliver H. Lee, reached the proposed location of the town in 1853 the speculators found that the tracks would pass slightly east of the planned central point and would go through lands in Morgan ’ s part of the land.
Though Claremont ( the town ) was founded in 1853, people first settled in Claremont Township in 1818, The year Illinois was admitted to the union.
In 1853 the town gained a post office named Colfax, and in December 1857 the name of the town itself became Colfax, by petition of the residents.
1853 and were
Trade links with the rest of the Australian states were established with the Murray River being successfully navigated in 1853 by Francis Cadell, an Adelaide resident.
After a few presidents of the Provisional Junta, there were again consuls of the republic, 14 March 1841 – 13 March 1844 ( ruling jointly, but occasionally styled " first consul ", " second consul "): Carlos Antonio López Ynsfrán ( b. 1792 – d. 1862 ) + Mariano Roque Alonzo Romero ( d. 1853 ) ( the lasts of the aforementioned juntistas, Commandant-General of the Army )
Meanwhile, Newson ’ s malting business expanded and five more children were born, Alice ( 1842 ), Millicent ( 1847 ), who was to become a leader in the constitutional campaign for women's suffrage, Sam ( 1850 ), Josephine ( 1853 ) and George ( 1854 ).
In Bendigo in 1853, an Anti-Gold Licence Association was formed and the miners were apparently on the brink of an armed clash with authorities.
In 1853, gold was discovered in the interior, precipitating border disputes with Brazil and Suriname ( these were later settled in 1891, 1899 and 1915, though a small region of the border with Suriname is still disputed ).
" A separate reference also identifies the geographic mile as being identical to these international nautical miles ( and slightly shorter than British nautical miles, which were identified as being equivalent to 1853. 184 meters ).
The composer Richard Wagner ( 1813 – 83 ) ( Der Ring des Nibelungen, 1853 – 70 ) and playwright Henrik Ibsen ( 1828 – 1906 ) were prominent in their critiques of contemporary civilization and for warnings that accelerating " progress " would lead to the creation of individuals detached from social values and isolated from their fellow men.
In 1853, he was given the title Prince of Denmark and he and his family were given an official summer residence, Bernstorff Palace.
These reforms included guarantees to ensure the Ottoman subjects perfect security for their lives, honour, and property ; the introduction of the first Ottoman paper banknotes ( 1840 ) and opening of the first post offices ( 1840 ); the reorganization of the finance system according to the French model ( 1840 ); the reorganization of the Civil and Criminal Code according to the French model ( 1840 ); the establishment of the Meclis-i Maarif-i Umumiye ( 1841 ) which was the prototype of the First Ottoman Parliament ( 1876 ); the reorganization of the army and a regular method of recruiting, levying the army, and fixing the duration of military service ( 1843 – 44 ); the adoption of an Ottoman national anthem and Ottoman national flag ( 1844 ); the first nationwide Ottoman census in 1844 ( only male citizens were counted ); the first national identity cards ( officially named the Mecidiye identity papers, or informally kafa kağıdı ( head paper ) documents, 1844 ); the institution of a Council of Public Instruction ( 1845 ) and the Ministry of Education ( Mekatib-i Umumiye Nezareti, 1847, which later became the Maarif Nezareti, 1857 ); the abolition of slavery and slave trade ( 1847 ); the establishment of the first modern universities ( darülfünun, 1848 ), academies ( 1848 ) and teacher schools ( darülmuallimin, 1848 ); establishment of the Ministry of Healthcare ( Tıbbiye Nezareti, 1850 ); the Commerce and Trade Code ( 1850 ); establishment of the Academy of Sciences ( Encümen-i Daniş, 1851 ); establishment of the Şirket-i Hayriye which operated the first steam-powered commuter ferries ( 1851 ); the first European style courts ( Meclis-i Ahkam-ı Adliye, 1853 ) and supreme judiciary council ( Meclis-i Ali-yi Tanzimat, 1853 ); establishment of the modern Municipality of Istanbul ( Şehremaneti, 1854 ) and the City Planning Council ( İntizam-ı Şehir Komisyonu, 1855 ); the abolition of the capitation ( Jizya ) tax on non-Muslims, with a regular method of establishing and collecting taxes ( 1856 ); non-Muslims were allowed to become soldiers ( 1856 ); various provisions for the better administration of the public service and advancement of commerce ; the establishment of the first telegraph networks ( 1847 – 1855 ) and railroads ( 1856 ); the replacement of guilds with factories ; the establishment of the Ottoman Central Bank ( originally established as the Bank-ı Osmanî in 1856, and later reorganized as the Bank-ı Osmanî-i Şahane in 1863 ) and the Ottoman Stock Exchange ( Dersaadet Tahvilat Borsası, established in 1866 ); the Land Code ( Arazi Kanunnamesi, 1857 ); permission for private sector publishers and printing firms with the Serbesti-i Kürşad Nizamnamesi ( 1857 ); establishment of the School of Economical and Political Sciences ( Mekteb-i Mülkiye, 1859 ); the Press and Journalism Regulation Code ( Matbuat Nizamnamesi, 1864 ); among others.
Both leaders were near the end of their careers ; Potgieter died in March and Pretorius in July 1853.
In 1853, Grant stated that the Native Americans were " harmless " and that they would be " peaceful " had they not been " put upon by the whites ".
In 1843, the wardroom warrant officers were given commissioned status, while in 1853 the lower-grade warrant officers were absorbed into the new rate of chief petty officer, both classes thereby ceasing to be warrant officers.
Two failed riots in Mantua ( 1852 ) and Milan ( 1853 ) were a crippling blow for the Mazzinian organization, whose prestige never recovered.
It was divided into provinces that were reorganised in 1846 and in 1853, when they acquired their own legislatures, and then abolished in 1876.
By 3 August 1853, the only white people remaining in the Territory were John Chads himself, the Collector of Customs, a Methodist missionary and the island's doctor.
Her friendship with Louise Abbéma ( 1853 – 1927 ), a French impressionist painter, some nine years her junior, was so close and passionate that the two women were rumored to be lovers.
There were over 173 city-states and kingdoms in the African regions affected by the slave trade between 1502 and 1853, when Brazil became the last Atlantic import nation to outlaw the slave trade.
There also exist three sets of isolated musical sketches for Das Rheingold which were composed between 15 September 1852 and November 1853.
The world expositions of 1851 London, 1853 New York, 1862 London, Philadelphia ( 1876 ), 1889 Paris, 1893 Chicago, 1900 Paris, 1901 Buffalo, 1904 St. Louis and 1915 San Francisco were landmarks in this respect.