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In March 1859, fearing extradition to Saxony, where he was still considered a fugitive, Wagner moved to Lucerne where he composed the last Act, completing it in August 1859.
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March and 1859
Alfred Edward Housman (; 26 March 1859 – 30 April 1936 ), usually known as A. E. Housman, was an English classical scholar and poet, best known to the general public for his cycle of poems A Shropshire Lad.
One of his most famous images is The Last of England which was sold in March 1859 for 325 Guineas ( 2010: £).
Peter Altenberg ( 9 March 1859, Vienna – 8 January 1919, Vienna ) was a writer and poet from Vienna, Austria.
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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.
* March 20 – George Nathaniel Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy of India ( b. 1859 )
Lescarbault described in detail how, on 26 March 1859, he noticed a small black dot on the face of the Sun, which he was studying with his modest refractor.
Piedmontese mobilization in March 1859 was something of an admission of defeat, as it appeared that the strategy of provoking the Austrians into aggression had failed.
Georges Pierre Seurat (; 2 December 1859 – 29 March 1891 ) was a French Post-Impressionist painter and draftsman.
The county was formed on March 3, 1852 and named after the Weber River, which in turn was named for John Henry Weber ( 1779 – 1859 ), a fur trapper and trader in the area in the mid-1820s.
He published in 1860, Results of the Magnetical, Nautical and Meteorological Observations from March 1858 to February 1859, and did a large amount of travelling in Victoria in connection with his magnetic survey of the colony.
Route 35 northbound approaching the intersection with New Jersey Route 34 | Route 34 and New Jersey Route 70 | Route 70 in Wall Township, New Jersey | Wall Township, which was the Brielle Circle until 2001, when it was replaced with an at-grade intersection with jughandle s. The present-day alignment of Route 35 follows parts of many 19th-century turnpikes, including the Keyport and Middletown Turnpike, which was chartered on March 5, 1852, the Middletown Turnpike, chartered in 1866 to run from Middletown Township to Red Bank, the Middletown and Keyport Turnpike, which was chartered on March 15, 1859 to run from Middletown Township to Keyport, the Red Bank and Eatontown Turnpike, chartered on February 9, 1865 along present-day Broad Street, County Route 11, and Route 35, and the Shrewsbury Turnpike, which was chartered in 1857 to run from Red Bank to Eatontown.
March and fearing
Stalin died in March 1953, and apparently fearing that the Soviet ruler's demise might encourage rivals within the Albanian party's ranks, neither Hoxha nor Shehu risked traveling to Moscow to attend his funeral.
On 25 March 1941, fearing that Yugoslavia would be invaded otherwise, Prince Paul signed the Tripartite Pact with significant reservations.
In 1854, fearing the results of an Ottoman defeat by Russia, Britain, France, the Kingdom of Sardinia, and the Ottoman Empire joined forces in the conflict known as the Crimean War to the Ottomans and Western Europeans, but known in Russia as the Eastern War, Russian: Восточная война, Vostochnaya Vojna ( March 1854 – February 1856 ).
In March 1982, Motown and CBS Records negotiated for Gaye to be released from Motown, but didn't release the contents of their contract fearing a negative effect on Gaye's settlement to pay his creditors.
In March 1649, after the third siege, Pontefract inhabitants, fearing a fourth, petitioned Parliament for the castle to be demolished.
Several authors speculate about Catesby's movements as Elizabeth's health grew worse ; he was probably among those " principal papists " imprisoned by a government fearing open rebellion, and in March 1603 he may have sent Christopher Wright to Spain to see if Philip III would continue to support English Catholics after Elizabeth's death.
Following the success of the Russian Revolution of 1917, Vladimir Lenin, fearing possible foreign invasion, moved the capital from Saint Petersburg back to Moscow on March 5, 1918.
The Royal Charter of March 3 of 1755, created the Capitania of Sao Jose do Rio Negro, with headquarters in Mariuá ( now Barcelos ), but the governor Lobo D ' Almada, fearing Spanish invasions, the seat went back to the bar in place of 1791, being located at the confluence of the rivers Black and Amazon it was a strategic point.
On 28 March 1814, Porter determined to gain the open sea, fearing the arrival of British reinforcements.
The RGL suffered a split on March 20, 1948 when a number of younger delegates and supporters, fearing that the League was poorly run and would lose the referendum, left to form the Party for Economic Union with the United States with Chesley Crosbie as its leader.
Finally on 4 March, fearing his line of communication to Debre Marqos was threatened, Colonel Natale, not knowing that the attacking force counted only 450 men, pulled out of Bure and headed for Dembacha on the road to Debre Marqos.
In March 2003, it changed to supporting membership, fearing that voting no would cause the country to lose support for economic reforms and security policy.
In March 2010, Air New Zealand suspended the option for Air Nelson to take up purchase rights of the higher speed 70-seat Q400, fearing an interservice rivalry with the slower ATR 72-500s of Mount Cook Airline.
March and extradition
In March 2009, Sudan expelled several major foreign aid agencies including Oxfam and Save the Children from Darfur in response to the extradition request of Omar al-Bashir to answer ICC charges.
Bartender Peter Hamkin, 23, was arrested, in Merseyside, in March 2003 on an extradition warrant heard at Bow Street Magistrates ' Court in London to establish whether he should be taken to Italy to face a murder charge.
On 17 March 2006, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the newly elected President of Liberia, submitted an official request to Nigeria for Taylor's extradition.
On March 18, 2005, the French Conseil d ' Etat ( the French Supreme Court in administrative law ), ruling ultimately for Battisti's extradition, affirmed clearly that the Italian legislation did not conflict with the French principles of law.
In a sitting of Parliament on 16 March 2010, Opposition member Dr. Peter Phillips made reference to an alleged contractual arrangement between the Government and a United States law firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips to lobby the US Government on a treaty dispute between the two countries that had arisen as a result of the Jamaican Government refusing to sign an extradition request for Christopher ' Dudus ' Coke, who is wanted in the US on charges relating to narcotics, arms and ammunition trafficking.
Also refused by the same judge was the Malufs ' bid for having lifted their March 2010 inclusion in the Red notice of Interpol, which makes them subject to arrest and extradition in 181 countries.
Criminal proceedings to this end have begun in Spain: in a move that could lead to an extradition request, Judge Baltasar Garzón in March 2009 referred a case against Yoo to the chief prosecutor.
* March 2: The CBI sends a team to fight the extradition case coming up for which papers need to be filed by March 7.
Upon the arrest of the Gulf Cartel boss Osiel Cárdenas Guillen in March 2003 and his extradition in 2007, the Zetas took a more active leadership role within the Gulf Cartel and their influence grew greater within the organization.