1790s


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the decade from 1790 to 1799

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His study of Blake, Dangerous Enthusiasm (1994), located the poet and printmaker in the context of 1790s religious radicalism, greatly expanding what we had known about the topic.
Taking the subject of querelles across the 1790s and into the new century came from the wish to test out continuities.
By the 1790s though, strange languages were fascinating, rocks meant waterfalls and mountains were sublime - people came in droves, in carriages, on horseback and even on foot to explore them.
In a visually stunning programme, he explains how the industries that grew up there have been a magnet for artists over past 250 years, and begins with a look at landscape painter and watercolourist JMW Turner, who visited the Vale of Neath in the 1790s, and focused on the waterfalls of the area.
Way back in the 1790s, -NOSTALGIA United United Harvey died day in See Way back in the 1790s, the management engaged in a series of novelty acts to broaden the theatre's appeal.
Ironically, the skeleton was found very near the Bazaar, which formed the center of the city since the modern era began when Tehran became the empire's capital in the 1790s, about the same time as Washington became the capital of the United States.
The plainer styles are really popular.' Twelve-inch candlesticks from the 1790s might cost 3,500 [pounds sterling]-5,000 [pounds sterling]; earlier examples might cost 7,000 [pounds sterling]-8,000 [pounds sterling].
Johnston, Unusual Suspects: Pitt's Reign of Alarm and the Lost Generation of the 1790s, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp.xxi + 376, 30.00 [pounds sterling].
The academic rediscovery of the literature of the 1790s has been going strong for more than two decades, and it is perhaps a little surprising that it has taken until 2012 for the publication of a full-length study of Elizabeth Hamilton, one of the more vigorously outspoken women writers of that era.
18825), Edward Glaeser studies nine historical episodes from the frontier lands of the 1790s to today, drawing key lessons from the past that help to explain recent real estate price movements.
Bamford, an independent military historian, weighs the strengths and weaknesses of the British Army's regimental system during the period and analyzes important changes made to the system when the Duke of York became commander in chief in the 1790s. The book's many tables and charts present statistical analysis comparing differences between regiments, based on primary documents.
Manly Meals and Mom's Home Cooking: Cookbooks and Gender in Modern America is a pick for any American history or culinary collection and analyzes the tone and content of American cookbooks published between the 1790s and the 1960s.
What was the name of the political group which imposed a dictatorship of terror in France in the 1790s in the immediate aftermath of the Revolution?
The Peels of the 1790s became one of Britain's leading industrial families, and were pioneers of inventions in the textile industry from their family seat Drayton Manor.