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  • Carlisle History - Carlisle Encyclopaedia - M
    MCALPIN, Daniel Solicitor died 03 05 1875 [Monumental Inscription 85 33] MCALPIN, James Hosier, dealer CP 01 09 1821 p2d Bankruptcy of John Hart and James McAlpin
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  • Carlisle Peace Commission - Wikipedia
    The Carlisle Peace Commission was a group of British negotiators who were sent to North America in 1778, during the American War of Independence The commission carried an offer of self-rule to the rebellious colonies, including Parliamentary representation within the British Empire The Second Continental Congress, aware that British troops were about to be withdrawn from Philadelphia, insisted
  • Paley, William | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    William Paley (1743—1805) English theologian; born at Peterborough (37 miles northeast of Northampton) July, 1743; died at Lincoln May 25, 1805
  • Senate | United States government | Britannica. com
    Senate: Senate, one of the two houses of the legislature (Congress) of the United States, established in 1789 under the Constitution Each state elects two senators for six-year terms The terms of about one-third of the Senate membership expire every two years, earning the chamber the nickname “the house
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    Alessandro Volta: Alessandro Volta, Italian physicist whose invention of the electric battery provided the first source of continuous current
  • West Coast Main Line - Wikipedia
    These lines, together with the Trent Valley Railway (between Rugby and Stafford, avoiding Birmingham), and the Manchester and Birmingham Railway, (Crewe-Manchester), amalgamated operations in 1846 to form the London and North Western Railway (LNWR) Three other sections, the North Union Railway (Wigan-Preston), the Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway and the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
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