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  • 141Borgo (rione of Rome) — Borgo (sometimes called also I Borghi), is the 14th historic district (rione) of Rome. It lies on the west bank of the Tiber, and has a trapezoidal shape. Its Coat of Arms shows a lion (after the name Leonine City , which was also given to the… …

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  • 142Giacomo Quarenghi — ( ru. Джакомо Кваренги; 20 September or 21, 1744 ndash; 1 March 1817) was the foremost and most prolific practitioner of Palladian architecture in Imperial Russia, particularly in Saint Petersburg. Career in Italy Born in Rota d Imagna near… …

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  • 143San Nicolás Agreement — The San Nicolás Agreement (Spanish: Acuerdo de San Nicolás) was a pact signed on May 31 1852 and subscribed by all but one of the 14 provinces of the United Provinces of the River Plate (the exception was Buenos Aires). The treaty consisted of 19 …

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  • 144John Spilsbury (Baptist minister) — John Spilsbury was an English Baptist minister who led the Particular Baptists during the Seventeenth Century.Early recordsVigorous discussion on the issues of the proper subjects and the proper mode of baptism had occupied Christians in England… …

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  • 145Aapravasi Ghat — Infobox World Heritage Site WHS = Aapravasi Ghat State Party = MRI Type = Cultural Criteria = vi ID = 1227 Region = Africa Year = 2006 Session = 30th Link = http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1227The Immigration Depot in Mauritius (Hindi: Aapravasi… …

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  • 146Russian Enlightenment — The Russian Age of Enlightenment was a period in the eighteenth century in which the government began to actively encourage the proliferation of arts and sciences. This time gave birth to the first Russian university, library, theatre, public… …

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  • 147Philip Benizi de Damiani — Infobox Saint name=Saint Philip Benizi birth date=birth date|1233|8|15|mf=y death date=death date and age|1285|8|22|1233|8|15|mf=y feast day=August 23 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=175px caption= birth place=Oltrarno, city state of …

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  • 148Bunbury Agreement — The Bunbury Agreement of December 23 1642 was drawn up by some prominent gentlemen of the county of Cheshire to keep Cheshire neutral during the English Civil War. It proved to be a forlorn hope, because the national strategic importance of… …

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  • 149Anton Dereser — (also known as Thaddaeus a Sancto Adamo, OCD) (3 February 1757, Fahr, Franconia –15 or 16 June 1827, Breslau) was a Discalced Carmelite professor of hermeneutics and Middle Eastern languages. Dereser was a Catholic representative of the… …

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  • 150Perpetual Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament — The Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament was an enclosed Roman Catholic religious congregation and a reform of the Dominican Order devoted to the perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament [ [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02598a.htm CATHOLIC …

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  • 151Imperial Firman Relative to Hereditary Succession — The Imperial Firman Relative to Hereditary Succession was a firman (i.e. decree) issued by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdülaziz on 17 May 1866 at the request of Isma il Pasha, the wāli (i.e. governor) of Egypt, which was then an Ottoman… …

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  • 152Brussels — • Capital of the Kingdom of Belgium Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Brussels     Brussels     † …

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  • 153Perpetual Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament — • Founded in Paris in 1601 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Perpetual Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament     Perpetual Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament …

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  • 154Anton Dereser —     Anton Dereser     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Anton Dereser     (Known also as THADDAEUS A S. ADAMO).     Born at Fahr in Franconia, 3 February, 1757; died at Breslau, 15 or 16 June, 1807. He was a Discalced Carmelite, professed at Cologne 18… …

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  • 155Diocese of Brixen —     Diocese of Brixen     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Diocese of Brixen     A Prince Bishopric of Austria, suffragan of Salzburg, embracing the greater part of Northern Tyrol (with the exception of the part east of the Zillerbach, which belongs to… …

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  • 156English Recusants —     English Recusants     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► English Recusants     The first statute in which the term Popish Recusants is used is 35 Eliz. c. 2, An Act for restraining Popish Recusants to some certain place of abode , which was passed in… …

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  • 157Order of Servites —     Order of Servites     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Order of Servites     (SERVANTS OF MARY).     The Order of Servites is the fifth mendicant order, the objects of which are the sanctification of its members, preaching the Gospel, and the… …

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  • 158St. Bruno (1030-1101) —     St. Bruno     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Bruno     Confessor, ecclesiastical writer, and founder of the Carthusian Order. He was born at Cologne about the year 1030; died 6 October, 1101. He is usually represented with a death s head in… …

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  • 159in league — adjective in cahoots (with) Sarah Purfoy was in league with the convictswas herself the wife or mistress of one of them. She had come on board armed with a plot for his release, and this plot was about to be put in execution …

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  • 160Raphael — (Raffaele Sanzio, 1483 1520)    The youngest of the three major figures of the artistic High Renaissance, known primarily as a painter but also employed as an architect. Born at Urbino and ini tially trained by his father, he subsequently studied …

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