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‣ História da vida do falecido Sr. Jonathan Wild, o Grande

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754; Nunes, João Manuel de Sousa, 1940-
Fonte: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa Publicador: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa
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‣ As mulheres da família real portuguesa e a música: estudo preliminar de 1640 a 1754

Oliveira, Manuela Morilleau de
Fonte: Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Publicador: Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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Dissertação apresentada para cumprimento dos requisitos necessários à obtenção do grau de Mestre em Ciências Musicais, variante de Musicologia Histórica; Desde os anos 70 do século XX, em Portugal, investigações sobre as mulheres tiveram uma notória repercussão, nomeadamente ao nível da historiografia, com a valorização das vivências quotidianas, privadas e públicas, da esfera familiar, que permitem a percepção das formas de exercício de poder formal e informal praticado pelas mulheres a nível familiar, sócio-político, e, no caso que particularmente interessa nesta investigação, a nível cultural. Estas investigações inserem-se nos denominados Women’s Studies cujo objectivo é o estudo das “vozes femininas silenciadas”, trazendo à “luz” novas realidades para uma percepção mais completa da(s) realidade(s) da História da Humanidade. As duas vertentes dos Women’s Studies, a História das Mulheres e os Estudos de Género têm vindo a aparecer também na área da Musicologia, embora de modo tímido em Portugal. A presente dissertação, enquadrando-se na Musicologia Histórica e nos Women’s Studies, procura através de uma abordagem interdisciplinar, enfatizar o(s) processo(s) através do(s) qual/quais houve...

‣ Enterobactérias associadas a adultos de Musca domestica (Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera: Muscidae) e Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius, 1754) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) no Jardim Zoológico, Rio de Janeiro

Oliveira,V.C.; D’Almeida,J.M.; Abalem de Sá,I.V.; Mandarino,J.R.; Solari,C.A.
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Escola de Veterinária Publicador: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Escola de Veterinária
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Enterobactérias foram identificadas em adultos de Musca domestica (Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera: Muscidae) e Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius, 1754) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Ambas as espécies foram capturadas no Jardim Zoológico da cidade do Rio de Janeiro e tiveram a superfície externa do corpo lavada e o sistema digestivo dissecado, para análise bacteriológica. Identificaram-se Escherichia coli, Citrobacter sp., Proteus mirabilis, Morganella sp., Klebsiella sp., Pseudomonas sp., Enterobacter sp. e Salmonella Agona. P. mirabilis foi o isolado bacteriano mais freqüente. Em duas amostragens (8%) de C. megacephala, isolou-se Salmonella Agona. As amostras de E. coli não foram enteropatogênicas. M. domestica e C. megacephala são potenciais veiculadoras de bactérias causadoras de enterites em humanos e animais.

‣ A defence of the rector and fellows of Exeter College, from the accusations brought against them by the Reverend Dr. Huddesford, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford; in his speech to the convocation, October 8, 1754, on account of the conduct of the said college, at the time of the late election for the county

Webber, Francis, 1708-1771.
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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‣ Truth against craft: or, Sophistry and falshood detected. In answer to a pamphlet intitled, The case fairly stated: and likewise to The defence of the considerations; Sophistry and falshood detected ...; Sophistry and falsehood detected ...; The defence of the considerations.

Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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‣ Remarks on The declaration of the Whig Club, on the 23d of January 1796 : in postscript to the second edition of a satire, entitled, The political dramatist of the House of Commons in 1795

Mathias, Thomas James, 1754?-1835.
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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‣ Franz Anton Hoffmeister (1754 1812) concierto para viola y orquesta en Re Mayor. Análisis y propuesta interpretativa

Valencia Valderrama, Oscar Leonardo
Fonte: Pontifícia Universidade Javeriana Publicador: Pontifícia Universidade Javeriana
Tipo: bachelorThesis; Trabajo de Grado Pregrado Formato: Pdf
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Franz Anton Hoffmeister nació en Rothenburg am Neckar en 1754 y falleció en 1812 en Viena, a donde se había trasladado a los catorce años de edad para estudiar leyes. Posteriormente a su graduación decidió dedicarse de lleno a la música, llegando a convertirse por su extenso catálogo de obras 66 sinfonías para la orquesta de la corte, una docena de conciertos y otras tantas óperas, entre otras en uno de los compositores más conocidos y respetados de esa ciudad.

‣ British colonial policy, 1754-1765

Beer, George Louis, 1872-1920
Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
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(Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references and index.; (System Details) Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.; (Statement of Responsibility) by George Louis Beer, sometime lecturer in history at Columbia University.

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, July 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
Tipo: Other; ul_digital_archive; none
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, August 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, September 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, October 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, November 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ The Magazine of Magazines, December 1754

Welsh, Andrew
Fonte: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland Publicador: Andrew Welsh, Limerick, Ireland
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Front and back covers and pages from The Magazine of Magazines bound collection. In 1751, Limerick printer Andrew Welsh began printing an edition of the London based The Magazine of Magazines. Welsh, having learnt his trade from his father in Cork, began printing the Magazine, based in a building called ‘The Exchange’ on Nicholas Street, Englishtown, near the cathedral in Limerick. The Limerick publication started life as a direct, almost page for page, reprint of the London edition, printed by William Owen. The publication was a major undertaking for Welsh in Limerick. Welsh claims to have bought an entirely new set of type dedicated to printing the magazine, and the Limerick edition (like many other Irish re-prints of English works) is of better quality than its London counterpart. The Limerick edition was not simply aimed at the immediate urban public; there are three named retailers in Cork as well as one in Dublin. The Magazine, which was published for the best part of two decades, from 1751 to 1769, is a miscellany comprising of extracts from numerous eighteenth century periodicals and journals and covers subjects as diverse as Science, Philosophy, Medicine, Meteorology, Religion, Mythology and Literature to name but a few. It was the first periodical publication to feature Thomas Gray’s famous Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard...

‣ Libro Capitular de los años 1752-1754; 700792; 700792

Fonte: Biblioteca Departamental Jorge Garces Borrero Publicador: Biblioteca Departamental Jorge Garces Borrero
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Libro Capitular de los años 1752-1754. Archivo Histórico de Cali. C. 1990; El Archivo del Patrimonio Fotográfico y Fílmico del Valle del Cauca es responsabilidad de la Biblioteca Departamental del Valle Jorge Garcés Borrero, por convenio de cooperación suscrito con la Secretaria del Cultura Departamental, con el fin de aunar esfuerzos para su conservación, preservación y divulgación del Archivo entre la comunidad Vallecaucana, especialmente entre los estudiantes e investigadores que visitan la Biblioteca, propiciando el su uso y consulta permanente. La universidad Icesi es un colaborador en el proceso de difusión, facilitando la tecnología que permite la consulta de las imágenes.; Valle del Cauca, Gobernación; Archivo del Patrimonio Fotográfico y Fílmico del Valle del Cauca - Biblioteca Departamental Jorge Garces Borrero; Libro Capitular de los años 1752-1754. Archivo Histórico de Cali. C. 1990; Personajes: No se aprecian personas; Tipo de fotografía: DIAPOSITIVA; Lugar de la toma: ARCHIVO HISTORICO DE CALI

‣ Testimonio de despacho del virrey [Francis-co de Güemez y Horcasitas, I conde de Revilla Gi-gedo] dado en México, 20 de febrero de 1754, que ordena enviar al obispo de Michoacán [P

Fonte: Colecciones Mexicanas Publicador: Colecciones Mexicanas
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Testimonio de despacho del virrey [Francis-co de Güemez y Horcasitas, I conde de Revilla Gi-gedo] dado en México, 20 de febrero de 1754, que ordena enviar al obispo de Michoacán [Pedro Ansel-mo Sánchez de Tagle] una carta de ruego y encargo para que coloque clérigo interino en el pueblo de San Francisco Tarequato, porque su cura fray Vi-cente Camargo y Torrecilla falleció: México, lo. de marzo de 1754. Firma autógrafa: Juan Martínez de Soria.

‣ Cédula Real (Aranjuez, 30 abril 1754) inser-tando la de 17 de abril de 1753, sobre el servicio de 10 años en Misiones, cumplidos los cuales los religiosos quedan en libertad de re

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Cédula Real (Aranjuez, 30 abril 1754) inser-tando la de 17 de abril de 1753, sobre el servicio de 10 años en Misiones, cumplidos los cuales los religiosos quedan en libertad de restituirse a los Reinos de España o de permanecer en Nueva Espa-ña bajo las órdenes de sus Superiores. Respuesta Fiscal (México, 27 octubre 1796) permitiendo el re-greso a España de un lego Hermano Fr. Victoriano Saenz. Superior Orden (México, 24 diciembre 1796). Sobre que el P. Fr. Francisco Navarro debe considerarse afiliado a la Provincia de Zacatecas mientras no tenga efecto la Patente de desfiliación. Respuesta Fiscal (México, 29 marzo 1797) sobre como deben instruirse las solicitudes de los misio-neros para volver a España. Orden Superior (Oriza-ba, 9 diciembre 1797) sobre instancias para desfi-liaciones. (1754-1797).

‣ Carta de Toribio de Urrutia a Jacinto de Barrios [gobernador de Texas] sobre la población del Río de la Trinidad: Presidio de San Francisco Javier, 12 diciembre 1754. Sigue otra

Urrutia,Toribio de.
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Manuscrito que contiene Carta de Toribio de Urrutia a Jacinto de Barrios [gobernador de Texas] sobre la población del Río de la Trinidad: Presidio de San Francisco Javier, 12 diciembre 1754. Sigue otra sobre la falta de soldados para el presidio: Presidio de Nuestra Señora de Loreto y Bahía del Espíritu Santo, 14 di-ciembre 1754; y otra sobre conducción de reos franceses: Presidio de San Antonio, 1 enero 1755.

‣ El retaule major de Sant Sever i la darrera estada de Pere Costa a Barcelona (1754-1757)

Dorico i Alujas, Carles
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
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L'escultor Pere Costa, nascut a Vic l'any 1693 i format a Barcelona al costat dels artistes àulics de l'arxiduc Carles d'Àustria, és una de les figures més destacades de l'art català del segle XVIII. Fins l'any 1735 tingué el seu taller a Barcelona, i entre aquest any i 1754 treballà a diferents poblacions de Catalunya. El mes de gener de 1754 ingressà a l'Academia de San Fernando, de Madrid, de la qual fou el primer membre català, i en el període comprès entre l'esmentat any i el 1757 s'establí novament a Barcelona, on realitzà el retaule major de l'església de Sant Sever, obra representativa dels retaules d'estructura arquitectònica i un dels pocs d'aquesta modalitat que han arribat fins als nostres dies a Catalunya. Altres obres realitzades per Pere Costa entre els anys 1754 i 1757 són la traça del retaule major de l'església del convent de Sant Agustí, la del retaule major de l'església de Santa Marta i el retaule de la capella de Sant Agustí, de la catedral. Probablement, també traçà un projecte per al retaule major de l'església de Sant Felip Neri.; The sculptor Pere Costa, borned in Vic in 1693 and educated in Barcelona next to the aulic artists of archduke Charles of Austria, is one of the most prominent figures of catalan art in the 18th century. Till 1735 he had his workshop in Barcelona and between 1735 and 1754 he worked in different villages of Catalonia. In the month of January 1754 he entered the Academia de San Fernando...

‣ L'Orgue de Bagà (1754), d'Antoni Boscà

Bonastre, Francesc,
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
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Born in an important Catalan farnily of organ-makers, Antoni Boscà made namely the organs of Barcelona Cathedral, Seu d'urgell, Montserrat, Igualada and Bagà. Prof. Bonastre studies the latter of them starting from the original contract. Bagà organ, constructed in 1754, is an interesting model because of its balance, altrough on the other hand it shows an evident ambiguity between the Castillan (shared registers, mostly) and the Catalan school. Endowed with one only 45 note keyboard (Do-do", with short scale), it has 15 sets in the Major Organ (Oberwerk), two of whose sets are trumpets in battle order, 7 in the chair (Rückpositiv) and 1 in the pedal, besides a case of echos not specified on the manuscript. The regular proportions of this instrument justify not the use of shared registers, more characteristic to a little organ (Hispanic organs of this period have not a big number of sets). Destroyed during the civil war of 1936-1939, the organ has come to us through the original contract, included in this study, with the organ-maker.; Né dans une importante famille catalane d'organiers, Antoni Boscà construisit, entre autres, les orgues de la cathédrale de Barcelona, Seu d'urgell, Montserrat, Igualada et Bagà. Le professeur Bonastre nous offre l'étude de celui-ci en partant du contrat original. L'orgue de Bagà...