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While emphasizing that technical details were not fully worked out, Pelham said his resolution would seek to set aside the privilege resolution which the House voted through 87-31.
During the summer of 1918 at the Gleizes ' rented house in Pelham New York, writes Daniel Robbins, Albert Gleizes came to his wife and said, " A terrible thing has happened to me: I believe I am finding God.
It has been said that Pell " named his acreage Pelham in honor of his tutor Pelham Burton " < sup ></ sup >.
" Pelham Warner, who was nominally captain but missed the entire series due to illness, said that in " innings after innings they and Rhodes gave us a wonderful start ", adding that he had run out of words to praise their contributions.
Former English captain Sir Pelham Warner said " I say without hesitation that I have never seen a greater innings ... not even the immortal Victor Trumper could have played more finely ".

Pelham and Sunday
An F2 tornado damaged business buildings of Indian Springs as well as Pelham, Helena, and Inverness on Palm Sunday March 27, 1994.

Pelham and there
He famously told England manager Pelham Warner, " There are two teams out there.
Because of the reservoir, there is no land link between New Salem and Pelham, Belchertown or Ware.
( Because of the reservoir, there is no direct connection between Pelham and New Salem.
The following year Carteret was forced out of the ministry and Pelham was regarded as the leading figure, but rank and influence made his brother very powerful in the Cabinet, and, in spite of a genuine attachment, there were occasional disputes between them, which led to difficulties.
Since 1948, New York City has paid the district to educate children who live in a small strip of land between Pelham and Pelham Bay Park that is part of the Bronx due to a boundary error, as doing so is less expensive than sending school buses there.
* Edward Vernon Utterson-lawyer, one of the Six Clerks in Chancery, litarary antiquary, collector and editor, moved from Newport to Beldornie Tower, Pelham Field, Ryde, and set up the Beldornie Press there ; he and his wife have memorial tablets in St. Thomas's Church, Ryde.
Originally, there was a 25 ¢ toll located in Pelham between exits 7 and 8.
Outside fare control, there is a token booth, one staircase and elevator going down to the southwest corner of Pelham Parkway's south service road and White Plains Road, and one up-escalator from the southeast corner of the same intersection.
Although during the War of 1812 there were no battles in Pelham, after the war, a major fortification was proposed in the north of the township in the Short Hills area.
The 2009 The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, a remake of the 1974 movie, was also filmed there.

Pelham and was
It was at this time that the elegant Pelham Crescent and Wellington Square were built: other building followed.
The minor victory was marred by the death of Major Pelham, which caused Stuart profound grief, as he thought of him as close as a younger brother.
" Flora was pregnant at the time and Stuart told her that if it were a boy, he wanted him to be named John Pelham Stuart.
( Virginia Pelham Stuart was born October 9.
Walpole was instead succeeded as Prime Minister by Lord Wilmington, though the real power in the new government was divided between Lord Carteret and the Pelham brothers ( Henry and Thomas, Duke of Newcastle ).
To force the matter, the Pelham brothers had to resign on the question whether he should be admitted or not, and it was only after all other arrangements had proved impracticable, that they were reinstated with Pitt appointed as Vice Treasurer of Ireland in February 1746.
Pitt ostentatiously made this clear to everyone, although he was in fact following what Henry Pelham had done when he had held the post between 1730 and 1743.
In 1754, Henry Pelham died suddenly, and was succeeded as Prime Minister by his brother, the Duke of Newcastle.
T. Pelham Dale SSC, who was prosecuted and imprisoned for ritualist practices in 1876 and 1880, and thus regarded as a martyr by Anglo-Catholics, was the parish priest from 1881-1892 ; his grave can be seen under the trees on the eastern side of the churchyard.
The leader of the Whigs was Robert Walpole, who maintained control of the government in the period 1721 – 1742 ; his protégé was Henry Pelham ( 1743 – 54 ).
At the time it also included present day Bronx County, which constituted the original Town of Westchester ( the center of which was around the area today known as Westchester Square, in the Bronx ) and portions of Yonkers, Eastchester, and Pelham.
After the battles of Pelham and White Plains in 1776, the main American headquarters was at Continental Village, north of Peekskill.
In 1800, the first commercial toll road, the Westchester Turnpike, which ran through Pelham and New Rochelle, was chartered.
In 1874, the western portion of the present Bronx County, consisting of the then towns of Kingsbridge, West Farms, and Morrisania, was transferred to New York County, and in 1895 the remainder of the present Bronx County, consisting of the Town of Westchester and portions of the towns of Eastchester and Pelham, was transferred to New York County.
Although the latter was engraved by Revere and he included the inscription, " Engraved, Printed, & Sold by Paul Revere Boston ", it was modeled on a drawing by Henry Pelham, and Revere's engraving of the drawing was colored by a third man and printed by a fourth.
The Ellesmere Ice Shelf was documented by the British Arctic Expedition of 1875 – 76, in which Lieutenant Pelham Aldrich's party went from Cape Sheridan () west to Cape Alert (), including the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf.
The second largest public park in the city of New York ( after Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx ), it was created as the site of the 1939 / 1940 New York World's Fair and also hosted the 1964 / 1965 New York World's Fair.
Thomas Pelham Dale SSC, Anglo-Catholic clergyman was prosecuted for Ritualist practices in the 1870s.

Pelham and being
As Jardine was never asked to apologise, and Pelham Warner, the tour manager, managed to avoid the blame, Larwood felt he was being made the scapegoat for what had occurred in 1932-33.
The correspondence also contains Copley's careful instructions to Pelham concerning the features of a new house then being built on his Beacon Hill " farm ," giving elevations and specifications of the addition of " peazas " which the artist saw for the first time in New York.
It is the oldest professional football team in the county of Lincolnshire ( indeed one of the oldest in the country being formed in 1878 as Grimsby Pelham with a home ground on land off Ainslie Street, Grimsby ).
The club was originally called Grimsby Pelham, this being the family name of the Earl of Yarborough, a significant landowner in the area.
A series of public access trails, the primary system being the Steve Bauer trails which are named after a Pelham Olympian, are built into the residential planning of Fonthill.
It is a white majority neighborhood with around 70 % of the population of Pelham Bay being White ( non-Hispanic white ), while around 15 % are of Hispanic ancestry and a small Asian and black population.
To the west it was bordered by Dearborn and Taylor Townships, with the primary boundary being Pelham Road.
In an appreciation included as a foreword to Woods ' reminiscences, Pelham Warner described Woods as being " at that time one of the great fast bowlers of the world.
The silica is very hard, which led to use being made of puddingstone as an auxiliary building material supplementing flintstone buildings such as St Mary's Church, Stocking Pelham ; as a decorative feature or waymark in Hertfordshire villages, such as at Watton-at-Stone ; or, during Roman times, for grinding corn.

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