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In 1859, Blair built a house for his daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth Blair Lee and Captain Samuel Phillips Lee, at 1653 Pennsylvania Avenue, next door to Blair House at 1651 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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Clipper ships largely ceased being built in American shipyards in 1859 when, unlike the earlier boom years, only 4 clipper ships were built.
They were built for the China tea trade and began with the Falcon in 1859, and finished with the last ships built in 1870.
Inspired by Babbage's difference engine plans, Per Georg Scheutz built several difference engines from 1855 onwards, one of which was sold to the British government in 1859.
Crossing the Kaskaskia became much easier when the bridge now known as the General Dean Suspension Bridge was built in 1859, at a cost of $ 40, 000.
Between 1859 and 1869, under the direction of Ferdinand de Lesseps, the Compagnie universelle du canal maritime de Suez, a French company, built the Suez Canal, opening a new chapter in global transportation and trade.
Between 1859 and 1875, 23 new engines were built in the workshops attached to the shed, including several of the distinctive Bristol and Exeter Railway 4-2-4T locomotives.
Until the 19th century it was an area with few isolated buildings: examples being the Georgian Danson House and the Red House on Bexley Heath built for William Morris in 1859.
In October, 1859, the first courthouse was built and the first public school opened its doors with 32 pupils.
Robert Williamson Steele, Governor of the Provisional Government of the Territory of Jefferson from 1859 to 1861, built his home in the county at Mount Vernon and later at Apex.
File: Miller-Martin Town House Clayton Alabama. JPG | The Miller-Martin Town House was built in 1859 by John H. Miller.
His largest single commission was a programme of architectural sculptures for the Manchester Assize Courts, built in Manchester from 1859 through 1864.
The first school was built in 1859 at the corner of Grant Avenue at what is today Redwood Boulevard.
Along it, in 1859, Fort Mojave was built to protect new pioneer immigrants to California and other travelers from the Mohave.
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The house of studies of the province of France publishes L ' Année Dominicaine ( founded 1859 ), La Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et Theologiques ( 1907 ), and La Revue de la Jeunesse ( 1909 ).
While the house was under construction, the young Mudds lived with Frankie's bachelor brother, Jeremiah Dyer, finally moving into their new home in 1859.
Lyell discussed arrangements with publisher John Murray III, of the publishing house John Murray, who responded immediately to Darwin's letter of 31 March 1859 with an agreement to publish the book without even seeing the manuscript, and an offer to Darwin of of the profits.
But in 1859 they lost to the house of Savoy both the Milanese and the Bergamasca, and in 1866 Venetia proper also, so that the Trentino was then their chief possession on the southern slope of the Alps.
In Victorian times St Mary Magdalene house of charity in Highgate was a refuge for former prostitutes-" fallen women "-where Christina Rossetti was a volunteer from 1859 to 1870.
On May 21, 1859, a meeting was held for anyone who was interested in the formation of a new township was held in the school house.
In 1855, the first public school for all children was opened in Miss Harrison ’ s house with the first school, Gibson House, built in 1859.
John Brown stayed in an upstairs room at Mary Ritner's boarding house between June and October, 1859 while preparing for his raid on Harpers Ferry.
The first farmers put in crops at Charleston in 1859, and the first house was built by William Manning late that year.
Worth seeing are the 18th-century Orangerie ( from orange ), initially used as a summerhouse, the Schloßkirche ( Palace Church ) built in 1855 – 1859 in English Neo-Gothic style, the Neoclassic Hebe temple ( with a replica of a statue of the goddess Hebe ), and the Louise Temple, built in 1891 in the shape of a Greek temple to house the tomb of Queen Louise of Prussia, born Princess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
One such owner was William McConnel of Lancashire who, in 1859, had purchased a house near Dolgellau, north of Tywyn.
* The Picton, a boys boarding house at Wellington College, Crowthorne, UK which is an English co-educational public school founded by Queen Victoria and Prime Minister The Earl of Derby in 1859 as the national monument to Britain's greatest military figure, the Duke of Wellington.
The Kemps acquired ownership of the house and surrounding land in 1859 by trading land they owned at nearby Kororipo Point.
His operations extended to Manchester, where he broke into a house on the night of 11 August 1859, carrying off substantial booty.
The novelist visited Gainsborough in 1859, staying in the house of a shipbuilder on Bridge Street ( which survives today as the United Services Club ).
On 3 February 1859 in Bari, Francis married princess Duchess Maria Sophia in Bavaria, of the royal Bavarian house of Wittelsbach ( a younger sister of Empress Elisabeth " Sissi " of Austria ).
Johnson was Solicitor General from 1854 to 1856, postmaster general from 1857 to 1859, speaker for the house from 1859 to 1862 and Attorney General from 1862 to 1865.
In 1859 Shamil wrote to one of his sons: " By the will of the Almighty, the Absolute Governor, I have fallen into the hands of unbelievers ... the Great Emperor ... has settled me here ... in a tall spacious house with carpets and all the necessities ".
He also became involved in the civil concerns of the islands, and was the King ’ s Minister of Foreign Affairs from November 1843 to March 1845, Minister of Interior from March 1845 to February 1846, Minister of Finance from April 1846 to September 1853, and in the house of representatives from 1858 to 1859.
In 1859 the birth of a daughter at Sophienberg was recorded in the newspaper so it appears that the house continued to be called by this name after the Lawrys purchased it.