Reminiscences of My Life in the Highlands, 1884 : Containing Notices of the Changes in the Country During the Present Century Vol 2 download epub
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A Month in the Country is the fifth novel by J. L. Carr, first published in 1980 and nominated for the Booker Prize. The book won the Guardian Fiction Prize in 1980. The plot concerns Tom Birkin, a World War I veteran employed to uncover a mural in a village church that was thought to exist under coats of whitewash. At the same time another veteran is employed to look for a grave beyond the churchyard walls.
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The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. During the 17th cent. influences from Lithuania and Poland brought about a humanistic interest in classical antiquity that was to culminate in the Westernization of Russia under Peter the Great
The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. influences from Lithuania and Poland brought about a humanistic interest in classical antiquity that was to culminate in the Westernization of Russia under Peter the Great. A host of Western architects was imported for the enterprise and continued to work under successive reigns. The outstanding architect of the period was Conte Bartolomeo Francesco Rastrelli.
During the 17th century the status of merchants improved. People saw that trade was an increasingly important part of the country’s wealth so merchants became more respected. However political power and influence was held by rich landowners. At the top of society were the nobility. Below them were the gentry. Gentlemen were not quite rich but they were certainly well off.
In the 20th century science changed our life – dramatically. During the Second World War when penicillin was first being used, the US Navy were looking for ways of improving the accuracy of their artillery shells, but this involved incredibly complex calculations. In physics, astronomy, biology and technology they made great discoveries and improvements. In the second part read about the penicillin, the ENIAC project and the DNA molecule. The navy turned to Eckert, an engineer, and Mauchly, a physicist to produce a machine to do the job. Although they and their team did not finish the machine until after the war, in February 1946, it did not matter.
The two pictures compare the current layout of a town namely Denham with the same living place in the year of. .There are no changes with respect to post office and bridge.
The two pictures compare the current layout of a town namely Denham with the same living place in the year of 1986. It is clear that the today’s town involves a range of varieties to the main street across the town from north to south, predominantly on two sides of the street. The most noticeable change from the old to the existing place is that there is no longer either garden or large building, which have been made into a retirement centre. In addition, there are a few streets added throughout the town instead of only one major street in the past.
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Work in the 19th Century. In the early 19th century most of the working class lived on plain food bread, butter, potatoes and bacon. Butcher's meat was a luxury.
Work in the 19th Century. During the 1800s the factory system gradually replaced the system of people working in their own homes or in small workshops. In England, the textile industry was the first to be transformed. It employed many children. In the Black Country in the West Midlands of England, some women made chains in forges by their homes. In the 19th century married working class women often worked - they had to because many families were so poor they needed her earnings as well as her husbands.