Andrew Mitchell and Anglo-Prussian Diplomatic Relations During the Seven Years War

Author: Patrick F. Doran

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 420

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Originally published in 1986, this book charts the significance of one of the most important eighteenth-century diplomats serving at the Prussian court. It discusses his role in establishing a harmonious relationship with Frederick The Great and the formulation and implementation of Britain’s continental policy during and after the Seven Years War.

Theatre Royal, Bath

A Calendar of Performances at the Orchard Street Theatre, 1750-1805

Author: Arnold Hare

Publisher: Bath [Eng.] : Kingsmead Press


Category: Bath (England)

Page: 249

View: 958

The Life and Times of Patrick Torry

... with an Appendix on the Scottish Liturgy

Author: John Mason Neale



Category: Lord's Supper (Liturgy)

Page: 448

View: 499

Creating an American Identity

New England, 1789-1825

Author: Stephanie Kermes

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan


Category: History

Page: 291

View: 317

Creating an American Identity examines the relationship between regionalism and nationalism in New England between 1789 and 1825. During that period New Englanders and their neighbors in New York and Pennsylvania used trans-Atlantic symbols at the same time as a model and an antithesis in the creation of their own national identity. In inventing their collective identity, Northerners not only excluded Europeans, but also Southerners from their vision of America. Widely used visual representations of New England landscapes, virtues, and people created a strong loyalty to the region. Surprisingly, New Englanders utilized their regionalism to forge an American nationalism.

John O'Keeffe

A Bibliography

Author: Frederick M. Link

Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska



Page: 144

View: 885

Ireland and Germany

A Study in Literary Relations

Author: Patrick O'Neill

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 358

View: 207

Ireland and Germany is a study in the reciprocal literary relations of Ireland and Germany from the Middle Ages to the present day. After an initial survey of their literary and cultural relations before 1700, the literary impact of each culture upon the other during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries is separately surveyed and analysed in terms of national image, literary fortune, literary influence, and creative reception. A concluding reference section lists some 600 German translations of nineteenth and twentieth-century Irish writing.

A Refuge for All Ages

Immigration in Louisiana History

Author: Carl A. Brasseaux

Publisher: University of Louisiana at Lafayette


Category: Ethnology

Page: 716

View: 707

Does not include immigration records (persons arriving in Louisiana).

English Literature

Author: Harvard University. Library



Category: American literature


View: 381

Naturalizations, Washington Co. Wisconsin

Author: Bev Hetzel



Category: Naturalization records

Page: 208

View: 291

Names are arranged alphabetically and give country of origin and date of naturalization.