The Edinburgh Review,' suggested and first conducted, in 1802, by the witty clergyman and reformer Sydney Smith, passed at once to the hands of Francis (later Lord) Jeffrey, a Scots lawyer who continued to edit it for nearly thirty years.
In 1802 he married Mary Hutchinson, who had been one of his childish schoolmates, a woman of a spirit as fine as that of his sister, whom she now joined without a thought of jealousy in a life of self-effacing devotion to the poet.
Their wars with the Sioux, however, had thinned their ranks, and the small- pox in 1802
had swept off two thirds of their number.
, the chevalier sealed his letters with a very old seal, ill-engraved to be sure, by which the Casterans, the d'Esgrignons, the Troisvilles were enabled to see that he bore: Party of France, two cottises gemelled gules, and gules, five mascles or, placed end to end; on a chief sable, a cross argent.
It seemed hardly to break the peaceful flow of life at Dove Cottage, when, in 1802
, Wordsworth married his old playmate and schoolfellow, Mary Hutchinson.
He had been made a sub-lieutenant in 1802
, but it was not until 1829 that he became a major, in spite of the grayness of his moustaches.
Oration at Plymouth, December 22, 1802
, in Commemoration of the Landing of the Pilgrims.
The Birth of the Royal Marines, 1664-1802
" by maritime history expert Britt Zerbe is a 294 page compendium providing an exceptionally well researched and presented military history from its founding in 1664, through its participation in the 'Seven Years War', and concludes in 1802
when it was made a permanent and officially sanction part of the British military establishment.
for six hours, a New York smuggling lugger named Resolution was chased from Newcastle and eventually caught at Huntcliff, Saltburn, by The Eagle, the customs man's cutter.
The fake horns, normally kept at the country's National Museum in Copenhagen, are considered national treasures because of the spectacular theft of the originals in 1802
when an indebted goldsmith melted them down into fake coins and jewellery.
Dobson correctly pointed out, the phrase comes from Jefferson's 1802
letter to the Danbury Baptists where he assured the congregation that the American people, through the recently adopted First Amendment, had built a 'wall of separation between Church and State.
37) What gave the Kymin temple a special significance was that it was visited by Nelson himself during a triumphal progress from Oxford through South Wales and the West Midlands between July and September of 1802