1,300 well arm'd Troops; chiefly of the English Soldiers, who were struck with such a panick, that they behav'd with more cowardice than it is possible to conceive; The Officers behav'd Gallantly in order to encourage their Men, for which they suffer'd greatly; there being near 60 kill'd and wounded; a large proportion out of the number we had! Dear Sir: In the first moment after my return I take the liberty of sending you a copy of the Constitution which the foederal Convention has submitted to the People of these States.I accompany it with no observations; your own Judgment will at once discover the good, and the exceptionable parts of it.and your experience of the difficulties, which have ever arisen when attempts have been made to reconcile such variety of Interests and local prejudices as pervade the several States will render explanation unnecessary.
A named leader involved in one of the crises during the rise of the superpowers.
(Option) A named leader in the movement for European unity between 1945-1992.
Historians have noted that George Washington's writing abilities improved during the course of his life.
Washington's formal education was relatively limited, but his talents in the language arts increased with practice, and in tandem with his ascent into the upper strata of British, then American society. that was given of our late unhappy Engagem't; but all tend'd, greatly to the disadvantage of the poor deceas'd Genl., who is censur'd on all hands.
The following People in History figures have appeared in recent papers: 2017 A: A woman living in a named ancient civilisation outside of Ireland. A settler who received land during a named plantation in Ireland during the 16th or 17th century. The Age of Exploration: A named leader on a voyage of exploration. A native Irish landowner who lost land in a named plantation.
B: A worker in a factory or a mine during the Industrial Revolution in Britain c. A British or American soldier who took part in D-Day, June 1944 A named political leader in the Republic of Ireland during the period 1960-1985. B: A named leader on a voyage during the Age of Exploration. B: A settler who received land during a named plantation during the 16th or 17th century. The Age of Revolutions: A named leader involved in a revolution (America or France or Ireland).The Nazi Organisation of Women A History of Nazi Germany Women in Nazi Germany Return to top Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Paris Fashion Coco Fashion – Chanel A Nazi agent?The Unpublished Interview Return to top Magdalene Laundry Do Penance or Perish Women and Philanthropy Limerick: its history Irish Women’s History A “peculiarly Fitting” Institute Criminal Justice in Ireland The industrial movement in Ireland The Rise and Decline of Catholic Religious Orders “Strangers in the House” Schools as Dangerous Places LANDSARD’S PARLIMENTARY DEBATES Sunshine in the workhouse Return to top Battle of Stalingrad Enemy at the Gates Victory at Stalingrad Winter Storm Countdown to Freedom Hitler’s Stalingrad Decisions Return to top Treblinka Treblinka Death Camp Revolt Uprising in Treblinka Treblinka Camp Revolt Jewish Prisoner Uprisings Return to top Buring of Bombay Street 1969 Bombay Street Destroyed Butcher of Bombay Street Voices Return to top Hanna Reitsch The Sky My Kingdom Last Days with Hitler Who’s Who in Nazi Germany Women Warriors Life Magazine Aircraft of the Luftwaffe Himmler’s Secret War The Ninety-Nines Hanna Reitsch Tribute website Hanna Reitsch Return to top Battle of Thermopylae Thermopylae Leonidas and Thermopylae Herodotus Return to top Watergate – Frost / Nixon Watergate’s Legacy Watergate and the Press Frost / Nixon The Conviction of Richard Nixon The Watergate Story Return to top Beethoven Beethoven Life of Beethoven Life and Death of Beethoven Music genius Thayler’s Beethoven Beethoven Return to top General Lucas The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Military Archives Lucas’s letters from the Somme Return to top Plane Crashes at Shannon Airport History of Airport Return to top Ardnacrusha Shannon Scheme Strike Shannon Scheme Workers Return to top The Death of Buddy Holly Falling Stars Accident Report The Day the Music Died Return to top Capture of the Aud Eyewitness to History Kerry’s Fighting Story Pele Pele at the World Cup Pele Autobiography Sports Heroes Return to top Spitfire and BF 109 BF 109 BF 109 Messerschmitt Return to top George Washington George Washington and Slavery American Presidents Washington the Slave Owner George Return to top Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo’s Machines The Everything da Vinci Book Leonardo’s Inventions Return to top The Hannah and The Maria Loss of the Hannah 1849 The Hannah The famine ship Hannah The Irish in America Maria Famine Ships Return to top Ralahine Co-Operative Ralahine Commune Re-telling Ralahine Owenite communities Report from Ralahine the Lane and Labourers History of Irish Working Class Labour in Irish History Return to top Rubin Carter Hurricane Hurricane Carter Rubin Hurricane Carter Return to top Bloody Sunday 1972 Website with a series of very good links (including to primary sources) – the website is based in the University of Ulster CAIN Return to top Bunratty Castle Journal Penny Journal Great Castles Lenihan’s History of Limerick Eyewitness to Irish History History of Medieval Ireland A Popular History of Ireland Return to top Jack the Ripper Essay I found about Jack the Ripper.A person living in Northern or Southern Ireland during the war years, 1939-45.A named political leader in the Republic of Ireland, 1960-85.2016 A: A farmer living in ancient (pre-Christian) Ireland. A person living in Ireland, North or South, during World War II, 1939-1945. A named leader in a revolution (America, France or Ireland) during the period 1771 - 1815. The Renaissance: A named Renaissance artist from Italy. A supporter/person fighting in a revolution during the period 1771-1815.A named leader involved in one of the crises during the rise of the superpowers (Berlin Blockade; Korean War; Cuban Missile Crisis) or A named leader in the struggle for African or Asian independence after 1945 or A named leader in the movement for European unity between 19. A named leader in the struggle for Irish independence, 1900 - 1912. From Farm to Factory: A farm labourer during the Agricultural Revolution.The Publication of Grimm’s Fairy Tales Nationalistic Aspects of the Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales The Vibrant Body of the Grimms’Folk and Fairy Tales Return to top Harp Music and Irish Nationalism: Turlough O’Carolan’s Musical Legacy The Story of the Irish Harp: Its History and Influence An Irishman’s Diary: Striking the right note on Turlough O’Carolan Return to top The Gangs of Birmingham The Real Peaky Blinders Police Reveal Photos of The Real Peaky Blinders Birmingham’s Real Peaky Blinders The Real Peaky Blinders Documentary Return to top Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Paris Fashion Coco Fashion – Chanel A Nazi agent?Important insights about the collection that pertain to language arts may be found in the accompanying essay, Yr. The essay explains the necessity of responding to each piece of correspondence received, and illustrates what a formidable challenge this task was to important people of the day, such as George Washington. your Letter together with a copy of your essay on the disease produced by the bite of a mad-dog. The topics and events to which they refer provide insights about major events in the era in which they were written.Social Change in 20th Century Ireland An old person talks about changes that have taken place in Ireland in the countryside or in the cities since 1900.International Relations in the 20th Century A soldier who took part in World War II.