glen andred | parks and gardens (en),the front door of the lodge faces south onto a rolled gravel drive, on the south side of which is the lodge garden, comprising mixed beds around a pond and a children's play area. the drive continues east for 20m, through a set of wooden gates, between two pairs of redwoods with views on the north side into a gully where a series of small pools and streams descend west-east to a rock garden..glen andred garden, withyham - 1001709 | historic england,the front door of the lodge faces south onto a rolled gravel drive, on the south side of which is the lodge garden, comprising mixed beds around a pond and a children's play area. the drive continues east for 20m, through a set of wooden gates, between two pairs of redwoods with views on the north side into a gully where a series of small pools and streams descend west-east to a rock garden..sand - māori dictionary,1. (verb) to be heaped up. he nui anō ngā whare i whiua e te wai ki waenganui o ngā rori i ngā tāone ki reira taipū ai, ko ētahi ka toru ka whā rau iāri e kāhakina haeretia ana ka potapota noa (twmnt 6/10/1874:256). / many houses were thrown into the middle of the roads by the water where they were piled up, some were carried three or four hundred yards and were smashed into pieces..ostler, emma brignell – dictionary of new zealand,ostler, emma brignell. this biography, written by bronwyn jones, was first published in the dictionary of new zealand biography in 1993. emma brignell roberts was born in westham, essex, england, probably in 1848 or 1849, the daughter of mary griffith and her husband, thomas roberts, a clergyman. in 1852 her parents emigrated to melbourne.
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gravel, elphÈge (baptized alphée), teacher, roman catholic priest, and bishop; b. 12 oct. 1838 in saint-antoine-sur-richelieu, lower canada, fifth of the 12 children of nicolas gravel, a farmer, and his second wife, julie boiteau; d. 28 jan. 1904 in nicolet, que.. it was by an unorthodox and roundabout route that elphège gravel came to an ecclesiastical career.
slk. a.1835 hogg tales (1874) 522: i hope they'll get him, an' rack his neck for him! sc. 1838 chambers's jnl. (20 oct.) 312: i tauld you i should gie you plenty o' hangin' for false aiths afore night; there are five o' them in for rackit necks. e.lth. 1885 s. mucklebacket rural rhymes 114: the destined doom that he maun dree, when, racking at a gallows tree, he birles cauny roun'.
three are noteworthy. at cassington, west of the modern village, recent road works and gravel-digging revealed a large cemetery containing upwards of 100 graves of late-roman date. near the inhumationcemetery at least one cremation-pot of earlier date has been found, as well as a few occupation-pits and many sherds scattered in the surface soil.
the silver rush for the comstock lode begun near virginia city in nevada. 1874. the black hills gold rush of south dakota begun. 1896 the klondike gold rush along the klondike and the yukon river begun. go here for a map of the klondike gold rush on the alaska purchase page. map of the trails to the klondike gold fields 1897-98
hence the name of a popular country-dance tune; (31) thrapple-pleuch, see thrapple; (32) to haud one's ( the) pleuch, to drive a plough, to be a working farmer. gen.sc.; (33) to pick something up at the ploo, to learn something from observation of life or nature rather than by formal instruction.
victorian london - directories - dickens's dictionary of london, by charles dickens, jr., 1879 - 'f' [ back to main menu for this book] fairs.—the following are the principal fairs in the home counties. braintree,may 8, oct. 2.
paving. paving. all the earliest paving in america seems to have been done with cobblestones. the first mention of paving is found in a court record in new amsterdam in 1655, a reference to repairs of the paving in pearl street. brouwer street was paved with cobbles in 1658 and thereafter called stone street, even to the present time.
history. the gravel pit chapel was established in 1715–16 in hackney, then a village north-east of london, for a presbyterian congregation seceding from that of john barker, after the death of matthew henry. it took its name from the gravel pit near the bowling green in mare street.. in 1809 the congregation moved to new premises in paradise place in 1809, and began to identify itself as
cross top: maltese and st. andrew's center: patriarchal, greek, and tau bottom: latin, calvary, and celtic cross (krôs, krŏs) n. 1. a. an upright post with a transverse piece near the top, on which condemned persons were executed in ancient times. b. often cross the cross upon which jesus was crucified. c. a crucifix. d. any of various modifications
wolsies gate. a water gate in the roparie, in parish of all hallows the less, of later time called wolfes lane, but now out of use (s. 42). 'wolsieslane 'lay between the tenement of sir john de pulteneye and the tenement of bartholomew denmars and was a public way to the thames. in 17 ed. iii. complaint was made that it had been stopped up (lib
dictionnaire universel des fossiles propres, et des fossiles accidentels contenant une description des terres, des sables, des sels, des soufres, des bitumes; des pierres simples and composées, communes and précieuses, transparentes and opaques, amorphes and figurées, des mineraux , des métaux, des pétrifications du regne animal, and du regne végétal etc. avec des recherches sur la
two centuries ago doctors were dealing with medical conditions such as burns, asthma, epilepsy, and angina that are still familiar today. however, they were also contending with deaths caused by such things as auge (malaria), dropsy (edema), or spontaneous combustion (especially of 'brandy-drinking men and women'). death certificates from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries often
palestine. denotes, in the old testament, the country of the philistines, which was that part of the land of promise extending along the mediterranean sea on the varying western border of simeon, judah, and dan, exodus 15:14 isaiah 14:29,31 joel 3:4.palestine, taken in later usage in a more general sense, signifies the whole country of canaan, as well beyond as on this side of the jordan
on 14 july 1868 at melbourne, emma roberts married william henry ostler, runholder at benmore sheep station, north otago, new zealand, where the couple settled. their daughter helen mary was born in 1869, edith louisa (daisy) in 1874, and their son, henry hubert, in 1876. in 1874 william ostler bought ben ohau station in south canterbury.
1874 - etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the english language by stormonth, james, phelp, p. h. n . [ french , latin ] a kind of rod carried as an emblem of authority ; the mace of a dean ;â€”the shaft of a column ; or a small ornamental shaft ; â€” the spindle of a watch-balance.
1874 - etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the english language by stormonth, james, phelp, p. h. n . [ dutch ] a certain portion of a sail between the top or bottom , and a row or band pierced with eyelet holes, to which short pieces of ropes are attached , by which it can be taken in and made fast to the yard or boom , in order to contract the sail in a gale or storm .
gravel; hann jós á þá jörfa ok moldu, stj. 529. 2 sam. xvi. 13, 'lapides terramque spargens' of the vulgate :-- gravel, gravelly soil; þar var þá víða blásit ok jörvi, er þá vóru hlíðir fagrar, fas
author's preface the devil's dictionary was begun in a weekly paper in 1881, and was continued in a desultory way at long intervals until 1906. in that year a large part of it was published in covers with the title the cynic's word book, a name which the author had not the power to reject or happiness to approve.
1874, for his work for the japanese government, he was awarded the order of the rising sun, gold and silver star; the first non-japanese ever to receive the award. ten years before le gendre left his adopted homeland of the usa the japanese daimyō matsudaira yoshinaga, one of the four wise lords of the bakumatsu during
construction date/s: 1865‐66, 1874, 1905, 1951‐52. his dictionnaire. another notable figure associated with the church is miss gladys bell, an important the church is accessed by a central gravel path that forms an apron around the building.
a. the world on which mankind lives, considered as a sphere, orb, or planet. cf. globe n. 3a, terra n. 2. usually with the (or our).in later use frequently with capital initial, esp. when compared or listed with other planets of the solar system (cf. planet n. 3a). astronomically the earth is the third planet from the sun, orbiting it between venus and mars at an average distance of 92.96
uk & ireland. recent additions include: 1911 england & wales census collection; naval medal and award rolls, 1793-1972; military campaign medal and award rolls, 1793-1949
river near rusden’s station. probably one of the baldwin brothers, otto (1809-1874) or harvest (1813-1865), who had mungibundie and diniwarrie stations on the liverpool plains. otto died at west maitland on 20 september 1874 aged 65 (mm 26 september 1874, p. 1). harvest died on 3 december 1865 aged 53 at moree, aged 53 (smh 11 december
it often is said that c. l. dodgson (aka lewis carroll) invented the word “snark”. however, at least the onomatopoeic word “snarking” has been mentioned already in the year 1866. carroll started to write the hunting of the snark in the year 1874. here is the text which you saw in the scan shown above:
the word is anglo-saxon in origin, and the oxford english dictionary quotes the earliest usage of the term as dating from 832. essentially a ‘tye’ was a green or a small area of open common land, usually sited away from the main village or settlement, perhaps at
in the late 1880’s association football and later rugby were introduced and gradually replaced ‘gravel’ which was phased out around 1912. this material is largely taken from a short history of clongowes wood college , which was privately published in 2011 by mr brendan cullen, a local historian and formerly teacher of history in clongowes (1971-2007).
governor phillip's main concern was feeding his flock, and surry hills seemed to hold out little hope in this regard: on the north, the area was bounded by a sandstone traverse ridge rising in the east to a higher ridge where the military barracks would eventually be built. in the south was an enormous sandhill (between where devonshire and cleveland streets are now), referred to as strawberry
at soho, near smethwick, is the famous establishment of messrs watt & co., for the manufacture of steam-engines; while glass is manufactured at smethwick, west bromwich, and kingswinford; bricks and tiles in both north and south staffordshire; salt near stafford; boots and shoes at stafford and stone; silk at leek; and there are cotton mills in various parts of the county.