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New Ipswich Academy, later renamed Appleton Academy after benefactor Samuel Appleton, was chartered in 1789, the second oldest in New Hampshire after Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter.
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There are offices keept at Burlington, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, New London and Stommington in Connecticott, at Rhode Island, Bristol, Ipswich, Salem, Marblehead, & Newberry.
Ashby is bordered by New Ipswich, New Hampshire and Mason, New Hampshire to the north, Townsend to the east, Lunenburg to the southeast, Fitchburg to the south, and Ashburnham to the west.
Ashburnham is bordered by Rindge, New Hampshire and New Ipswich, New Hampshire to the north, Ashby to the east, Westminster and a small portion of Fitchburg to the southeast, Gardner to the southwest, and Winchendon to the west.
Mason is bordered by New Ipswich and Greenville to the west, Wilton to the north, Milford to the northeast, Brookline to the east, and Ashby, Massachusetts and Townsend, Massachusetts to the south.
New Ipswich, situated on the Massachusetts border, includes the villages of Bank, Davis, Gibson Four Corners, Highbridge, New Ipswich Center, Smithville, and Wilder, though these village designations no longer hold the importance they did in the past.
New Ipswich was granted in 1735 to 60 inhabitants of Ipswich, Massachusetts, from whence the name is derived, by Colonial Governor Jonathan Belcher and the General Court ( Assembly ) of Massachusetts.
In 1762, Governor Benning Wentworth incorporated the town as " Ipswich ", and then in 1766 as " New Ipswich ".
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By automobile from New York, for example, you can take a one or two-day tour to Annapolis, Maryland to see the colonial homes and the U.S. Naval Academy ( where you can shoot the dress parade on Wednesdays ) ; ;
The Academy for Science and Design in New Hampshire honored Albertus by naming one of its four houses Magnus House.
Also in 1987, Bronski Beat and Somerville did a reunion concert for " International AIDS Day ", supported by New Order, at the Brixton Academy, London.
Lancaster won the 1960 Academy Award for Best Actor, a Golden Globe Award, and the New York Film Critics Award for his performance in Elmer Gantry.
On 26 May, the Blue Angels announced they would not be flying their traditional fly-over of the Naval Academy Graduation Ceremony and that they were canceling their 28 – 29 May 2011 performances at the Millville Wings and Wheels Airshow in Millville, New Jersey.
Henry worked as a playwright, administrator, and faculty member during the early years of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, established in New York City in 1884.
The faculties of the Academy for Jewish Religion in New York and of the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in Newton Centre, Massachusetts also includes a large number of Conservative rabbis.
It was awarded a prize for the best painting by a female artist at the Academy, and further exhibited in Philadelphia and New York.
In 1890 she exhibited at the Paris Exposition, obtained in 1893 the gold medal of the Philadelphia Art Club, and also the Dodge prize at the New York National Academy of Design.
Another highly regarded portrait from that period is New England Woman ( 1895 ), a nearly all-white oil painting which was purchased by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
He appeared in the primetime TV movies The Satan Murders ( 1974 ) and Thursday's Game before landing the role of Al Pacino's transsexual wife in Dog Day Afternoon ( 1975 ), a performance which earned him nominations for Best New Male Star of the Year at the Golden Globes and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
A New York writer sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma in late 1940 / early 1941 noted an "... Oklahoma version of shag done to the Western Swing music of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys at the Cain's Dancing Academy in Tulsa.
The school was fashioned as " a Free Academy for the purpose of extending the benefits of education gratuitously to persons who have been pupils in the common schools of the city and county of New York.
" The Free Academy later became the City College of New York, the oldest institution among the CUNY colleges.
After graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, Krulak attended the United States Naval Academy, graduating in 1964 with a bachelor's degree.
APA, along with the New York Academy of Medicine, also provided the psychiatric nomenclature subsection of the US medical guide, the Standard Classified Nomenclature of Disease, referred to as the " Standard ".
Initially he trained for a career in music and became so proficient on the tuba that he won a musical scholarship to the New York Military Academy.
New agents are issued their firearm with which they qualify, upon successful completion of their training at the FBI Academy.
The next year, he won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as New York City Detective Jimmy " Popeye " Doyle in The French Connection, marking his graduation to leading man status.
Hawks finished his junior year of high school at Citrus Union High School in Glendora., and was then sent to Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire from 1913 to 1914.
Performances by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra were recorded in 1931 and 1932 using telephone lines between the Academy of Music in Philadelphia and the labs in New Jersey.
* Alain Le Pichon, China Trade and Empire: Jardine, Matheson & Co. And the Origins of British Rule in Hong Kong, 1827-1843 ( Oxford ; New York: Published for The British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2006 ).
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Only '' a New York hick would expect to find the literary life in Greenwich Village, at any point, later than Walt Whitman's day.
He later told abolitionist Edmund Quincy of the `` marked attention and civility '' with which the New Orleans gentlemen and the upriver planters greeted him.
The ballet work is on the nose, especially in the opening number by `` The New Ashmolean Marching Society and Students' Conservatory Band '', along with a fiery and sultry Brazilian fantasia later.
Lincoln served as New Salem's postmaster and later as county surveyor, all the while reading voraciously.
A decade and a half later, the Polish anthropology student, Bronisław Malinowski ( 1884 – 1942 ), was beginning what he expected to be a brief period of fieldwork in the old model, collecting lists of cultural items, when the outbreak of the First World War stranded him in New Guinea.
In his final years in New Jersey, he was a prominent member and later president of the Theosophical Society.
* 1965 – The Beatles play to nearly 60, 000 fans at Shea Stadium in New York, New York, an event later regarded as the birth of stadium rock.
* 1992 – In New York, Mafia boss John Gotti is convicted of murder and racketeering and is later sentenced to life in prison.
With the fortune he made from business among others he built Carnegie Hall, later he turned to philanthropy and interests in education, founding the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University and the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.
* Alexander, FM Man's Supreme Inheritance, Methuen ( London, 1910 ), revised and enlarged ( New York, 1918 ), later editions 1941, 1946, 1957, Mouritz ( UK, 1996 ), reprinted 2002.
* Alexander, FM The Universal Constant In Living, Dutton ( New York, 1941 ), Chaterson ( London, 1942 ), later editions 1943, 1946, Centerline Press ( USA, 1941, 1986 ), Mouritz ( UK, 2000 ) ISBN 0-913111-18-X, ISBN 978-0-913111-18-5, ISBN 0-9525574-4-4
Astrology saw a popular revival from the nineteenth century as part of a general revival of spiritualism and later New Age philosophy, and through the influence of mass media such as newspaper horoscopes and astrology software.
After World War II, the sport experienced a small amount of growth in the Pacific region, particularly in Nauru, Papua New Guinea and later New Zealand.
* Telecom New Zealand — Operated an AMPS / TDMA network in New Zealand from 1987 until 2007 throughout the whole country and the network was renowned for its superb coverage, In 2000 Telecom announced that they would discontinue the AMPS network within 5 years ( 2005 ) to give customers an opportunity to transition to the CDMA2000 and later 1XRTT technologies that replaced it.
Years later on Inside the Actor's Studio, Goldie Hawn claimed that Capp had sexually propositioned her during her auditions for the 1964 New York World's Fair.
New conservation techniques were inspired by the disaster, but even 40 years later hundreds of works still await restoration.
Democratic, Democratic Labour, and Radical were all mentioned as possible names for the new party, as well as New Labour ( which future Labour leader Tony Blair would use to promote the Labour Party more than a decade later ) but eventually Social Democratic was settled on because the ' Gang of Four ' consciously wanted to mould the philosophy and ideology of the new party on the Social Democracy practised on mainland Europe.
The term bean originally referred to the seed of the broad or fava bean, but was later expanded to include members of the New World genus Phaseolus, such as the common bean and the runner bean, and the related genus Vigna.