John Randall (1755–1802) was an English shipbuilder.
The son of John Randall, shipbuilder of Rotherhithe, he had a liberal education, and on the death of his father, around 1776, continued the shipbuilding business under his own management. He also worked on mathematics toffs football shirts, and naval construction.
In addition to many ships which he built for the mercantile marine and for the East India Company, Randall built over 50 naval vessels. They included 74-gun ships and large frigates, among them being HMS Audacious, HMS Ramillies, and HMS Culloden, noted in the French Revolutionary Wars. He took a prominent part in founding the Society of Naval Architects.
On the Peace of Amiens, Randall lowered his rates of pay from the wartime level, and his men went out on strike. The Admiralty permitted him to take on workmen from the Deptford dockyard, and offered a military force to protect them, which was turned down. The Deptford men were prevented from working in his yard; and some violence occurred. At this point Randall died, at his house in Great Cumberland Street t shirt football maker, Hyde Park, on 23 August 1802. He left a widow and family.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Lee, Sidney, ed. (1896). „Randall, John (1755-1802)“. Dictionary of National Biography. 47. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
The Hon. Edward Mayne (August 1756 – 7 May 1829) was Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Ireland (1805–1816) and afterwards Judge of The Court of the King’s Bench (1816–1818).
Edward Mayne was baptised 30 August 1756. He was the eldest son of Charles Mayne (1727–1777) of , County Cavan and his wife (and cousin) Dorothea Mayne, daughter of Edward Mayne of , Co. Fermanagh. His father, son of Robert Mayne (1679–1753) of Mount Sedborough, County Monaghan (granted to his ancestor, John Sedborough (d.1629), in 1614), built Freame Mount in 1772. The house looked over the Dartrey estate, owned by Edward’s father’s cousin and benefactor, Thomas Dawson, 1st Viscount Cremorne (1725–1813). It was named for Lord Cremorne’s new wife, Philadelphia Hannah Freame, granddaughter of William Penn of the Province of Pennsylvania.
Mayne entered Trinity College Dublin in 1772. He was elected a scholar in 1775 and graduated B.A. (1777). His father died in the same year that he graduated, and as the eldest son he inherited Freame Mount. Rather than abandon his plans of a career in law, Mayne passed the responsibility of running the estate to his younger brother, William, providing him with legal advice when needed. William Mayne went on to serve as a Justice of the Peace and High Sheriff of Co. Monaghan toffs football shirts. In 1779, Edward Mayne went to London coffee thermos stainless steel, entering Middle Temple, and was called to the Irish Bar in 1781. After a lengthy and successful career as a barrister in Dublin, in 1805 he was appointed a Judge of Court of Common Pleas (Ireland). In 1816, he was appointed Judge of the Court of King’s Bench (Ireland) at Four Courts but he resigned two years later due to ill health.
He was, according to John Edward Walsh, „a serious, solemn man and a rigid moralist“, and was strongly opposed to duelling. One description of him referred to him as being of the „sapient, soft and melancholy strain“, but records show he had a reputation for severity. A list of the sentences he passed in 1815 (kept at the Old Court House, Downpatrick Museum) include a number of death sentences—one for stealing a horse. An anecdote survives of someone inquiring of his Christian name, which was met with the reply, „I cannot tell what it is, but I know what it is not, it is not Hugh“.
In 1780, he married Sarah Fiddes (1765–1853), daughter of John Fiddes, Attorney of Dublin, by his wife Catherine Walsh of Lislea, Co. Monaghan. They were the parents of thirteen children, twelve of whom reached adulthood. The best known of their children was Sir Richard Mayne, the first joint Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. Edward and Sarah Mayne were the grandparents of Richard Charles Mayne and John Dawson Mayne.
The March 8 Alliance is a coalition of various political parties in Lebanon. It was the ruling coalition in Lebanon with the government headed by Prime Minister Najib Mikati from June 2011 until 23 March 2013.
The name dates back to 8 March 2005 when different parties called for a mass demonstration in downtown Beirut in response to the Cedar Revolution. The demonstration thanked Syria for helping stop the Lebanese Civil War and the aid in stabilising Lebanon and supporting the Lebanese resistance to the Israeli occupation.
The Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) was the basis of the March 14 Alliance movement. FPM launched the Liberation War against the Syrian Army on 14 March 1989 and participated in all demonstrations against the Syrian occupation until the Cedar Revolution’s mass demonstration on 14 March 2005. The Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) split from the March 14 Alliance on 6 February 2006, when its leader Michel Aoun signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hezbollah. FPM considered its project against the Syrian government completed when the Syrian army left Lebanon at the end of April 2005.
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The Progressive Socialist Party left the March 14 alliance in January 2011 after being one of its cornerstones and ostensibly aligned itself with the alliance’s Change and Reform Bloc after Walid Jumblatt visited Damascus usa football jersey. This move gave the alliance and its partners a majority in the parliament toffs football shirts, enabling them to name Najib Mikati as prime minister to form the Lebanese government of June 2011.
The government led by March 8 Alliance survived 22 months until Mikati’s resignation on 23 March 2013.
It held 68 of 128 seats in the parliament after the 2009 elections and consisted of:
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Dessalines var en tidligere slave i den franske koloni Saint-Domingue, det nuværende Haiti. Efter at det fra slutningen af det 18. århundrede til stadighed var kommet til opstande blandt de farvede mod kolonialmagten Frankrig erklærede Dessalines i 1804 landet for uafhængigt og udnævnte sig selv til kejser den 8. oktober 1804. Trods det opnåede det nye land ingen stabilitet.
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