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Then, in the Autumn of 1497, Perkin Warbeck tried to usurp the throne from Henry VII.
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Then and Autumn
First, in the summer of 1864, Confederate General Jubal Early cleared the valley of its Union occupiers and then proceeded to raid Maryland, Pennsylvania and D. C. Then during the Autumn, Union General Philip Sheridan was sent to drive Early from the valley and once-and-for-all destroy its use to the Confederates by putting it to the torch using scorched-earth tactics.
Then, as it was the home of their management and the nearest big city, the band relocated to Birmingham after graduation in the Autumn of 2003.
Then and 1497
Then followed a long period of contention which included the Cornish Rebellion of 1497, the 1549 Prayer Book Rebellion, the Persecution of Recusants, the Poor Laws, and the English Civil War and Commonwealth ( 1642 – 1660 ).
Then and tried
Then on third down, Staubach once again tried to complete a pass to Howard in the end zone, but the ball was tipped by Wagner into the arms of safety Glen Edwards for an interception as time expired, sealing Pittsburgh's victory.
Then, fullback Gerald Willhite tried to run through the middle, but linebacker Harry Carson tackled him for no gain.
Then, he tried snow skis but finally made his own design out of lumber with bindings made of strips of leather and the ski rope made from a long window sash.
: Then, we tried to remove the tusks, ... but they were embedded in so firmly, we couldn't budge them.
Then on August 5, 1797, John Brown of Providence, Rhode Island, was tried in federal court as the first American to be tried under the 1794 law.
Then, the same strategy was tried by co-opting Acción Nacionalista Vasca a historical, yet basically inactive Basque party.
" Then he tried to find a mathematical model of a cosmic mechanism as to describe the Earth's climatic and geological history.
Then, he tried to make history once again by becoming the first boxer to win world titles in four different categories in a rematch with Garcia, already the World Middleweight Champion, but the fight ended in a ten round draw, Armstrong's attempt to win a fourth division's world title being frustrated.
Then when the Japanese tried to make the Philippines their own colony at the outbreak of the Second World War in the Pacific, Novo Ecijanos would also make history by participating in guerilla activities.
Then in 2010 he tried to give all of the world's letters to Santa directly using jet rockets to fly to his sleigh, cannon balls and more.
Then the runner from third tried to go home again so the shortstop threw to the pitcher now covering home, who then threw to the third basemen who got the runner out.
Then, he bought the few Japanese geography books named Miyakoji (" City roads ") or Edo hōgaku (" Tokyo maps ") for children, and he tried reading aloud them, then he wrote the Sekai Kunizukushi of six volumes as the same style of the Japanese geography books.
Then, during the final in 2004 between Ronnie O ' Sullivan and Graeme Dott, Mark Roberts ran down the stairs and tried to claim asylum under the table.
Then, they tried to prove to the clergy that the correction of the books in accordance with the Greek standards profaned the pure faith because the Greek Church had deviated from the " ancient piety " and had been printing its divine service books in Catholic print houses and that they had been exposed to Roman Catholic influences.
Then he flew west of the city and tried to attack one of a pair of troop ships being escorted by the Indonesian Navy.
Then all of the taxi's windows were shattered in a volley of rocks, and the terrified Americans tried to huddle down and cover their faces.
Then, Elisabeth Charlotte tried to arrange her daughter's marriage to her first cousin, the recently widowed Louis, Duke of Orléans, but Louis refused.
Then on August 5, 1797, John Brown was tried in federal court as the first American to be tried under the 1794 law.
Then and throne
Then, in 1286, King Alexander died himself, leaving as heir to the throne of Scotland the three-year-old Margaret, the Maid of Norway, who was born in 1283 to Alexander's daughter Margaret and King Eric II of Norway.
:" 14 Then the Lord said to Moses, “ Write this as a memorial in a book and recite it in the ears of Joshua, that I will utterly blot out the memory of Amalek from under heaven .” 15 And Moses built an altar and called the name of it, The Lord is my banner, 16 saying, “ A hand upon the throne of the Lord Jacob!
Then the bragarfull was poured out and when the giver of the feast had drunk this, he was to make a vow, to be also sworn by those present with him, and only then to sit himself on throne of the deceased.
Then, in mid 1870, a diplomatic crisis concerning the Spanish throne led eventually to the Franco-Prussian War.
Then, when the Spanish elections of 1872 resulted in government violence against Carlist candidates and a swing away from Carlism, the Carlist pretender, Carlos VII, decided that only force of arms could win him the throne.
Then he ascended the throne and once again moved the capital to Mataram in the present-day province of Yogyakarta, and a new dynasty was founded.
Then, Henry I married his daughter Matilda to Geoffrey V, however, the Anglo-Normans had to accept Matilda's inheritance to the throne of England.
... Then Turk Tengri above, Turkish holy Earth and Water said as follows: " In order to Turkish people would not go to ruin and in order to should be a nation again ", They rose my father Ilterish Kagan and my mother Ilbilga Katun, to the top and sat them upwards on the throne.
Then Charles XII defeated Augustus the Strong in 1706-07, temporarily deposing him from the Polish throne.
Then onwards the state of Kolhapur became the legitimate throne of Marathas as recognized by the British.
Then — just as in 1580 — the king of Castile had invoked blood descent to inherit the Portuguese throne ; and the Master of Aviz ( John I ), illegitimate son of King Peter I, asserted his right to the throne at the Battle of Aljubarrota, which ended in a victory for John's troops, and in the Cortes of Coimbra in 1385.
Then followed a civil war, in which Satyrus defeated his younger brother Eumelus at the Battle of the River Thatis in 310 BC, but then was killed, giving Eumelus the throne.