The Restoration Period, from the Restoration of Charles II in 1660 to the death of Dryden in 1700
. Charles II, 1660-1685.
As I wanted a trial scene in the Old Bailey, I chose the period of 1700
for my purpose; but being shamefully ignorant of my subject, and my husband confessing to little more knowledge than I possessed, a London bookseller was commissioned to send us everything he could procure bearing on Old Bailey trials.
"John Dryden, Esq., the famous poet, lies a-dying," said the newspapers on the 30th April, 1700
. One May morning he closed his eyes for ever, just as
-- Close by the Cove, a pointed hill, called Kater's Peak, rises to the height of 1700
With approval from 1700
Broadway's landlord, the Ruben Companies, the Newmark team will carve the 20th floor, which is roughly 13,500 s/f in size, into pre-built office units that cater to smaller users, an active portion of the leasing market.
By 'traditional Europe' Martin actually means England, France, and Italy between 1300 and 1700
, and by culling a vast array of printed primary and secondary sources, he hopes to demonstrate that drinking was a cultural construction, learned behavior, not some natural predisposition of humans under the influence.
today FOOTBALL: Premier League, Chelsea v Watford - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League 1130, Southampton v West Brom - BT Sport 1 1700
; Betfred Cup, Hibernian v Celtic - BT Sport 1 1115; Welsh Premier League, Connah's Quay Nomads v Llandudno - S4C 1700
Levine represented Ruben Companies in two lease transactions totaling 26,086 s/f at 1700
Additionally, it is a survey of Cherokee history from 1700
to Removal, richer for its focus on women's experience.
long-term sublease at 1700
East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, CT.