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Aurora and Cephalus (Guerin, Pushkin Museum)

Aurora and Cephalus is an 1811 painting by Pierre-Narcisse Guerin, now in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. Measuring 251 × 178 cm, it illustrates lines 661-866 of Book 7 of Ovids Metamorphoses and is a version the artists 1810 work of the same subje ...

                                               

East Meadow Union Free School District

East Meadow Union Free School District is a school district headquartered in the Leon J. Campo Salisbury Center in Westbury, New York. The district was first established as the Common School District #3 in 1812, with a change in organization two ...

                                               

The Lashing of Amos Dresser

The Lashing of Amos Dresser refers to the 20 public lashes received by abolitionist Amos Dresser after being convicted by a Tennessee vigilance committee of distributing anti-slavery material.

                                               

Sundial (disambiguation)

Sundial or sun dial may refer to: Digital sundial, with digital display Analemmatic sundial, showing more than just the time of day Sundial, a timekeeping device Kirkdale sundial, Saxon sundial Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, bridge in Redding, Cal ...

                                               

Moulay Slimane Mosque

The Moulay Slimane Mosque is a mosque in the medina of Rabat, Morocco. It was built in 1812 by the Alaouite sultan Moulay Slimane, after whom it is named. It is the second-largest mosque of the medina north of the Andalusian wall, located at the ...

                                               

Ralph Richardson (disambiguation)

Ralph Richardson was an English actor. Ralph Richardson may also refer to: Ralph Richardson politician born 1848 1848–1895, Member of the New Zealand Parliament 1871–1873 Ralph Richardson politician born 1812 1812–1897, Member of the New Zealand ...

                                               

Nikolay Rudanovsky

Nikolay Vasilyevich Rudanovsky was a Russian marine officer and explorer, notable for leading several expeditions in 1853-54 to survey and to map the southern part of Sakhalin. In particular, he became the first cartographer who surveyed inland a ...

                                               

Fort Defiance

Fort Defiance may refer to: Canada Fort Defiance British Columbia, winter quarters for American Captain Robert Gray United States Fort Morris, Georgia, known as Fort Defiance during the War of 1812 Fort Defiance, Virginia, an unincorporated commu ...

                                               

Fort Jackson

Fort Jackson may refer to several places or things: Fort Jackson Colorado, a frontier trading post located near present-day Ione, Colorado Battle of Forts Jackson and St. Philip Fort Jackson South Carolina, a modern U.S. Army post Fort Jackson Vi ...

                                               

Samuel Cohen

Samuel Cohen may refer to: Samuel T. Cohen 1921–2010, American physicist Samuel Cohen New South Wales politician 1812–1861, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Shmuel Cohen, composer of the Israeli national anthem Sammy Cahn 1913–1 ...

                                               

Daniel Fisher

Daniel Fisher, Danny Fisher, or Dan Fisher may refer to: Dan Fisher soccer coach for Long Island Rough Riders Daniel Fisher paleontologist from List of University of Michigan faculty and staff Daniel Fisher of The Cooper Temple Clause Daniel Fish ...

                                               

Andrew Russell

Andrew Russell may refer to: Andrew Russell footballer born 1993, Scottish footballer Andrew Russell canoeist born 1983, Canadian canoeist Andrew Russell New Zealand politician 1812–1900, British Army officer Andrew Russell Australian politician ...

                                               

Robert Hudson

Robert or Bob Hudson may refer to: Robert A. Hudson 1887–1974, American business executive and golf enthusiast Robert Spear Hudson 1812–1884, popularised dry soap powder Robert Hudson broadcaster 1920–2010, British broadcaster on cricket, rugby a ...

                                               

Griesbach

William Antrobus Griesbach 1878-1945, Canadian politician and soldier Franz Griesbach 1892-1984, German World War II general Johann Jakob Griesbach 1745-1812, German biblical textual critic Carl Ludolf Griesbach 1847-1903, British geologist of Au ...

                                               

William Snow

William Snow may refer to: William B. Snow 1903–1968, American Acoustical engineer William Freeman Snow, Stanford University professor affiliated with formation of the American Social Health Association William P. Snow 1907–1986, U.S. Ambassador ...

                                               

Lacolle

Lacolle Mills Blockhouse, a blockhouse located in Saint-Paul-de-lIle-aux-Noix, Quebec Lacolle River, a tributary of the Richelieu River in Monteregie, Quebec, Canada LaColle Falls Hydroelectric Dam, a partially completed dam on the North Saskatch ...

                                               

Mount Johnston, Hong Kong

Mount Johnston, also known as Yuk Kwai Shan, is a hill located on the island of Ap Lei Chau in Hong Kong. The hill is 196m in height and is a popular site for hiking.

                                               

Valparaiso (disambiguation)

Valparaiso High School Valparaiso, Florida Valparaiso University Valparaiso, Indiana Valparaiso University School of Law Valparaiso Crusaders Valparaiso, Nebraska

                                               

Izzet Pasha

Izzet Pasha may refer to: Safranbolulu Izzet Mehmet Pasha 1743–1812, Ottoman grand vizier 1794–98 and governor of Egypt 1791–94 Topal Izzet Mehmed Pasha 1792–1855, Ottoman grand vizier 1828–29, 1841–42 Izzet Mehmed Pasha 1723–1784, Ottoman grand ...

                                               

Jania

Jania may refer to: Jania Vidhan Sabha constituency, an assembly constituency of Assam Legislative Assembly in India Al-Janiya, Palestinian village on the occupied West Bank Jania alga, J.V.Lamouroux, 1812, a coralline algae genus Jania Schult. & ...

                                               

Patrick Meehan (disambiguation)

Patrick Meehan was the victim of a controversial miscarriage of justice in Scotland. Patrick Meehan may also refer to: Paddy Meehan footballer, Republic of Ireland international footballer Charles Patrick Meehan 1812–1890, Catholic priest and his ...

                                               

George Curtis

George Curtis may refer to: George Curtis Union spy during the American Civil War George M. Curtis 1844–1921, U.S. Representative from Iowa George Curtis Australian politician 1845–1922, Australian politician George Curtis footballer, born 1939, ...

                                               

Duke of Victoria (disambiguation)

The official translation Duke of Victoria, or literal translation Duke of the Victory, is a title created by the governments of several countries: Duque da Vitoria, a Portuguese title of nobility, created in 1812 for the British general Arthur We ...

                                               

Cannabichromevarin

Cannabichromevarin or CBCV is one of over a 100 variants of cannabinoid chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors. CBCV is a phytocannabinoid found naturally in cannabis, and is a propyl cannabinoid and an effective anticonvulsant and ...

                                               

Parson (disambiguation)

Parson Nicholson 1863–1917, American baseball player Parson James born 1994, American singer and songwriter Parson Perryman 1888–1966, American baseball player

                                               

Borodino (disambiguation)

Borodino Islands, former name of Daitō Islands in Japan Borodino, Russia, several inhabited localities in Russia Borodino, New York, a hamlet in the United States Borodino Island, Russian name of Smith Island, South Shetland Islands Borodino, Kra ...

                                               

Maurice OConnell

Maurice OConnell may refer to: Maurice OConnell Fine Gael politician born 1936, Irish Fine Gael senator Maurice D. OConnell 1839–1922, Iowa attorney Maurice Charles OConnell Australian politician 1812–1879 Maurice OConnell MP c. 1801–1853, Irish ...

                                               

David Charles

David Charles may refer to: David Charles filmmaker born 1980, American-Brazilian filmmaker David Atiba Charles born 1977, footballer David Charles public servant, Australian senior public servant and consultant David Charles hymn-writer 1762–183 ...

                                               

Joshua Wawanosh

Chief Joshua Wawanosh was a First Nations leader of Ojibwe descent, who lived near the southern shore of Lake Huron. He was born near Lake Superior. One source says he had to leave the Lake Superior area after he killed someone. Wawanosh was a le ...

                                               

Cosmic entity

The deification of such concepts, i.e. any cosmological deity An aspect of God in Judaism in the theology of Shneur Zalman of Liadi d. 1812 In mythology, any of the major components of the created cosmos

                                               

Through the Perilous Fight

Through the Perilous Fight and similar phrases could refer to: "The Perilous Night", a 2017 song by Drive-By Truckers Through the Perilous Fight: From the Burning of Washington to the Star-Spangled Banner -- The Six Weeks That Saved the Nation, a ...

                                               

Josh Williams

Josh Williams American football born 1976, former American football player Josh Williams racing driver born 1993, American professional stock car racing driver Josh Williams soccer born 1988, American soccer player Josh Williams Australian footba ...

                                               

Lake Erie (disambiguation)

Lake Erie is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. Lake Erie may also refer to: USS Lake Erie CG-70 launched 1991, a Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser in the United States Navy Lake Erie Beach, New York, a hamlet in Evans, New York ...

                                               

Mathilde of Bavaria

Mathilde of Bavaria may refer to: Duchess Mathilde Ludovika in Bavaria 1843-1925 daughter of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and wife of Prince Louis, Count of Trani Mechthild of Bavaria 1532-1565, daughter of William IV, Duke of Bavaria and wi ...

                                               

Katzbach

Katzbach may refer to: Katzbach Mountains, a mountain range in the Western Sudetes in Poland Katzbach Schwarzach, a river of Bavaria, Germany, tributary of the Schwarzach being itself a tributary of the Naab Battle of the Katzbach, on 26 August 1 ...

                                               

Governor Robinson

Governor Robinson may refer to: Joseph Taylor Robinson 1872–1937, 23rd Governor of Arkansas Moses Robinson 1741–1813, 2nd Governor of the Vermont Republic George Robinson, 1st Marquess of Ripon 1827–1909, Viceroy and Governor-General of India fro ...

                                               

Oromocto (1813 ship)

Oromocto was launched at Oromocto, New Brunswick in 1813. She then traded between England and the Caribbean. She started trading between England and India but in 1820 she became leaky on her way back to England from India, put into Marahan, and w ...

                                               

Tavares Bastos

Tavares Bastos is the surname of a political family during the Empire of Brazil. It can refer to: Tavares Bastos favela, a favela slum in Rio de Janeiro, named after the politician Rua Tavares Bastos, the main road to the Tavares Bastos favela Au ...

                                               

Leander (1813 ship)

Leander was launched at Whitehaven in 1813. Initially she traded as a West Indiaman and then more widely. She was wrecked in July 1822 at the Cape of Good Hope.

                                               

Brilliant (1813 ship)

Brilliant was launched at Whitby in 1813. She spent the bulk of her career sailing between London and the Cape of Good Hope. Finally, she became waterlogged while sailing between New Brunswick and Dublin and on 7 February 1823 her crew and passen ...

                                               

Barbula (disambiguation)

Barbula is a genus of mosses in the family Pottiaceae Barbula rendered in Spanish as barbula is Latin for "little beard", and may also refer to: Barbula, a locality in Naguanagua Municipality, Venezuela, which gives its name to an old name for th ...

                                               

C. K. Hansen

C. K. Hansen was a Danish wholesale company and non-vessel operating common carrier established in 1856 at Esplanaden 15 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The subsidiary Dampskibsselskabet Dannebrog was established in 1893. The companys former headquarters ...

                                               

John Garnier (cricketer)

John Garnier was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of The Reverend Thomas Garnier, he was born in April 1813 at Bishopstoke, Hampshire. He was educated at Winchester College, before going up to Exeter College, Oxford. While ...

                                               

Lady Ridley (ship)

Several vessels have been named Lady Ridley: Lady Ridley 1833 ship was a schooner of 76 tons bm old), launched at Sunderland. She became a Whitby coaster and was lost in June 1839. Lady Ridley 1798 ship was a snow of 175 tons bm built by Thomas W ...

                                               

Dublin Female Penitentiary

Dublin Female Penitentiary, was a reform institution for fallen women in Dublin. It established in 1810 and opened in 1813, it was run by the Church of Ireland and located between Berkeley Road, Eccles St. and North Circular Road. The Asylum coul ...

                                               

James Garland

James Garland may refer to: James Garland Australian politician 1813–1904, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly James garland qweeeerr James Garland Virginia politician 1791–1885, politician and lawyer from Virginia Kells meath, sel ...

                                               

Madras Regiment Band

The Madras Regiment Band is an Indian Army regimental band. It is an active duty band that serves as part of the Madras Regimental Centre in Wellington. It also serves as the de facto unit band of the Defence Services Staff College in the city. T ...

                                               

John Burrows (disambiguation)

John Burrows was an American baseball player. John Burrows may also refer to: John Selby cricketer 1849–1894, born John Burrows, English cricket player John Burrows politician 1864–1925, journalist and member of the Queensland Legislative Assembl ...

                                               

Glasgow Lock Hospital

The Glasgow lock hospital was established in 1805 at Rottenrow Lane. It moved to 41 Rottenrow in 1845. The origin of the term lock may be in the French word loques, meaning rags and bandages, or from loke a house for lepers. Originally, the patie ...

                                               

Irish Evangelical Society

Irish Evangelical Society, was an organisation founded in 1814 to promote the Protestant faith in Ireland. It was initially founded in London. Its aim was to support preachers and priests of the Reformed faith outside the established Church of Ir ...