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  1. Life of Thomas Young, M.D. by George Peacock,
  2. The resources of Peru: Its invaluable guano deposits, nitrate of soda and borate, also its agricultural and metallic productions, manufactures, railroads, &c by George Peacock, 1874
  3. Genealogical records, Bible records and sketches of the Hathaway and Dill families of Gardiner, Maine by George B Peacock, 1946
  4. A Treatise on Algebra Volumes I and II by George Peacock, 1940
  5. A Treatise on Algebra by George; B509 Peacock, 1940-01-01
  6. Arithmetic by George Peacock, 1826
  7. Life of Thomas Young, M.D., F.R.S., &c., and One of the Eight Foreign Associates of the National Institute of France. by Thomas (1773-1829)] PEACOCK, George (1791-1858). [YOUNG, 1855
  8. Observations on the plans for the new library, &c by George Peacock, 1831
  9. Notes on the Isthmus of Panama and Darien: Also on the River San Juan, Lakes of Nicaragua, Etc by George Peacock, 1988-06
  10. A Treatise on Algebra. by George (1791-1858). PEACOCK, 1845
  11. A Treatise on Algebra, Volume II: On Symbolical Algebra, and Its Applications to by George Peacock, 2004-01-01
  12. The family line decended [sic] from George Washington and Mary Dalberry Peacock of Randolph county, North Carolina by Minnie Carender, 1991
  13. The shepherd's dog: The story of Peacock country / Paul Jesse Baird by Paul Jesse Baird, 1974
  14. Silversmiths of North Carolina 1696-1850 by George Barton & Peacock, Mary Reynolds Cutten, 1984-01-01

81. Crown Representatives
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82. References
Problemgeschichte der Mathematik. Vieweg, Braunschweig. peacock, george. 1834. Reporton the recent progress and present state of certain branches of analysis.
Next: Up: A Brief History of Previous: Conclusions
Babbage, Charles. 1990.
Passages from the Life of a Philosopher
Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J.
First published in 1864.
Boole, George. 1847.
Mathematical Analysis of Logic, being an Essay Towards a Calculus of Deductive Reasoning
Macmillan, Barclay and Macmillan, London.
Boole, George. 1854.
An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, on Which are Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic and Probabilities
Walton and Maberley, London.
Bowen, Jonathan. 1995.
A brief history of algebra and computing: an eclectic and oxonian view.
Tech. rep., Oxford University Computing Laboratory.
In IMA-Bulletin, pp. 6-9, Jan./Feb. 1995.
Boyer, Carl B. and Merzbach, Uta C. 1992.
History of Mathematics
First published in 1968.
Davis, Martin. 1983.
The prehistory and early history of automated deduction.
Automation of Reasoning, Classical Papers on Computational Logic, 1957-1966 . Springer Verlag.
De Morgan, Augustus. 1849a.
On the structure of the syllogism, and on the application of the theory of probabilities to questions of argument and authority.
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society , vol. 8, pp. 379-408.

83. Vets
Mitchell, Garfield R. Mitchell, george, Moore, Ashton, Monnington,Sedley J. Oleson, Karl, peacock, george, Reid, Fred, Reilly, Edward.
Remembering Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice WORLD WAR I (1914-1918)
Alderson, George Ames, Joseph Attwood, Ernest Balfour, Robert Ball, Harold Barker, W. Frank Barr, Stanley Booth, Arthur Bowman, George G. Betts, William G. Brown, Erwin F. Brown, Leonard Buchanan, Lawrence Burkell, G. Raymond Burns, Roy Butler, William. A.N. Campbell, Roy Caswell, Ernest Cheetham, John E. Champion, Bruce Chisholm, Marcus Clark, Francis W . Clark, Walter G. Colson, Archie Craven, Harry Crook, Herbert Crossland, William Davis, K. Webster (a second list has David, P. Webster) Day, Walter Donnelly, Walter Dougan, Harry Downs, George Elliott, George. R. Emmons, Hugh O. Farrell, T. Elgin Fenwick, Arthur Finlay, William M Francis, Wheelock C. Francis, William Fraser, Noel Fogan, John Foster, Robert G. Fowley, George Gardiner, Carman Gardiner, Hugh W. Graham, Samuel J. Grandison, John Grassie, Harold Green, Fred Greentree, Bernard F Gibson, Rolfe J. Goodwillie, George Hayward, Frank B. Haygreen, William Heaps, K.W. Hearn, William H. Hockin, Andrew B. Holsey, William Hoodmott, George F.

84. George Eastman House William Mortensen Series
NOTES Catalogued 2/88, KR. SUBJECTS study, nude peacock people, model. Jumpto text. Reposition image. Copyright © 2002 george Eastman House, Rochester, NY.
William Mortensen
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Mortensen, William
American (1897-1965) DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Nude With Peacock ca. 1928
negative, gelatin on glass
4.25x3.25 in.
Gift of 3M Company: ex-collection Louis Walton Sipley
NOTES: Catalogued 2/88, KR. SUBJECTS:
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85. Florida Sportsman Magazine - Home Page - Florida Fishing Online Information
I've seen the look before. If I can keep him going for a few more casts, Iknow the peacock bass are going to own him. george rerigs with a No.

Service Forum FS Store in this magazine in Fishing in March 30, 2003 Fishing Florida Sportsman Features Weekend 4cast ...
Smaller tarpon are always funespecially on light tackle. FS Forum member "Keewestgrl" caught this one with Capt. Bill Welder, in Key West Harbor. Photo Gallery
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March 28April 3, 2003 Migratory Species Permit Reminder
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86. Washington County 1810 Census
Patrick, John, 786, 08. Patrick, Joseph, 782, 12. Patterson, John D. 794, 20. Paule,Edward, 795, 14. peacock, george, 792, 14. peacock, Richd. 789, 12. Pearce, Sarah,787, 15.
1810 Federal Census of Washington County, North Carolina
Index to Heads of Families
Surnames Starting with Letters L - Z
Click on a name in this index to go to that person in the census records. NAME PAGE LINE Langley, Thomas Leary, Enoch Leary, Ezekiel Leary, Frederic ... Go to Top of Page
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A - K L - Z Return to Washington Co 1810 Census Introduction
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87. Peacock: References
Rowley, Charles and peacock, Alan, 1975 And its Price in the Market, being the substanceof two lectures on the political economy of art, george Allen, Orpington
Alan Peacock: 'A Future for the Past: The Political Economy of Heritage'
Printed in Proceedings of the British Academy , Volume , pp. 189-243 Return to Contents
Ambrose, Tim (Editor), Money, Money, Money and Museums , Scottish Museums Council, Edinburgh. Becker, Gary, The Economic Approach to Human Behaviour , University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London. Blaug, Mark (Editor), The Economics of the Arts , Martin Robertson, London. Department of Finance, Canberra, What Price Heritage? The Museums Review and the Measurement of Performance . (Mimeographed). Eckstein, Jeremy (Editor), Cultural Trends 15. The Built Heritage , Policy Studies Institute, London. Eckstein, Jeremy (Editor), Cultural Trends 18. Financing the Arts , Policy Studies Institute. Elliot, Gerald, 1994. 'The Accessionist Cult' (mimeographed). English Heritage, Buildings at Risk: A Sample Survey English Heritage, Corporate Plan 1993-97 , English Heritage, London. English Heritage, The Investment Performance of Listed Buildings , English Heritage, London, November. English Heritage

88. Georgia Biographies P-R
Payne, WJ Payne, WO Payne, WW Peabody, Charles A. Peabody, george Foster see alsoHodgson, Harold peacock, (Dr.) DL peacock, george W. peacock, Jimmy Pearce
Georgia Biographies Vertical File Index P-R
Georgiana Collection A-C D-F G-I J-L ... V-Z
    - P –
    Paddock, Mrs. Dave [see: Paddock, Laura H.]
    Paddock, Laura Hutchins (Aunt Lollipop)
    Paddock, Margaret Talmadge
    Page, Ann
    Page, Mrs. Edna Stack
    Page, Lucy Quillian
    Paine, Rufus Reaves
    Palmaur, John
    Palmer, Charles F. Palmer, Jack Palmer, Michael Papageorge, Dr. Evangeline Pape, Nina Parham, Joseph Parham, Reid Parham, T.M. (“Jim”) Parham, Weyman (“Wayne”) Paris, Mrs. David Park, Hugh Park, James B. Park, John W. Park, Orville A. Park, Robert Emory Parker, Al Parker, Alfred Browning Parker, Mrs. A.S. Parker, Cary Parker, Rev. D.H. Parker, Franklin N. Parker, Nellie Faye Parks, Aileen W. Parks, Bert Parks, Ed Winfield Parks, James S. Parks, Joseph H. Parks, Marvin McTyeire Parks, Richard A. Parr, Miss Rebecca Parrish, Celeste Parrish, Mrs. Maxfield Parrot, Charles Parsons, Frieda Parthemos, George S. Paschal, George Washington Pash, William A. Passailaique, Mary Patel, Gordhan L. Paterson, James T. Patrick, Annie Rockett Patrick, R.W. Patterson, Dr. A.S. Patterson, Andrew Henry

89. Peacocks In The 1880 Census Index, Southern States, All Races, Count 1554
peacock, george Self 1823 M W ENGL AL. peacock, LW Self 1823 M W TN TX. peacock,george Self 1835 M MU MS MS. peacock, Martha Wife 1835 F W GA AL. in the 1880 Census Index_Southern State
Peacocks in the 1880 Census Index, Southern States Name Rel BirthYr Sex Race Birth CensusLocation PEACOCK, Mary Self F W GA GA PEACOCK, Edward P. Son M W MS MS PEACOCK, Wright Father M W NC GA PEACOK, John Self M B VA TX PEACOCK, Jourdin Self M W GA AL PEACOCK, Sophia Other F B TN TX PEACOCK, E. Self M W NC TX PECOCK, Malinda Mother F B VA AR PEACOCK, Richmond Self M W GA GA PEACOCK, Perry Self M W NC GA PEACOCK, Elizabeth E. Wife F W SC GA PEACOK, Patsy Wife F B VA TX PEACOCK, John Self M W GA AL PEACOCK, Martha Wife F W NC TX PEACOCK, Alfred Self M MU GA MS PEACOCK, Esther A. Mother F W SC AL PEACOCK, Joe A. Self M W SC MS PEACOCK, Thos. P Self M W GA GA PEACOCK, Henry Self M W GA AL PEACOCK, Benajah Self M W NC GA PEACOCK, Calvin Self M W NC FL PEACOCK, Stephen Self M W NC GA PEACOCK, Eliza Self F B GA GA PEACOCK, John Other M W NJ TX PEACOCK, Richard Self M B GA GA PEACOCK, Thos. J. Self M W TN TX PEACOCK, Jane Other F W OH TX PEACOCK, Peter Uncle M W NC GA PEACOCK, Cassy Self F W SC GA PEACOCK, Hanna MotherL F W GA AR PEACOCK, Matilda Self F W VA TX PEACOCK, Thos. Self M W TX TX PEACOCK, Willis Self M W SC FL PEACOCK, Dilly Wife F B GA GA PEACOCK, J. B. Other M W GA AL PEACOCK, T. A. Self M W TN TX PEACOCK, Ceney Mother F B TN TX PEACOCK, Pearson

90. Bibliography Of T.L. Peacock
1851, Gastronomy and Civilization. Fraser's Magazine (December), xliv. 591609.This was the joint work of peacock and his daughter, Mrs. george Meredith..
Dates are those of first publication. New editions and collections are ignored.
NOTE Of the items marked no copy has been discovered. Links are given to those works of Peacock that are available on the WorldWide Web.
Is History or Biography the more improving study? The Juvenile Library (February), i, 54 ff . [Reprinted by W. E. A. Axon, The Library (January 1901), New Series, II. 697 i.] The Monks of St. Mark. (Dated September.) Palmyra, and other Poems. London. The Genius of the Thames: a Lyrical Poem. London. The Philosophy of Melancholy. London. Sir Proteus: a Satirical Ballad. London.
A letter in The Morning Chronicle, April 8, signed "P."
Sir Hornbook; or, Childe Launcelot's Expedition
. A Grammatico- Allegorical Ballad. London. Headlong Hall London.
Prologue to "The Faro Table ; or, The Guardians," by John Tobin. London. 1817.
Melincourt. London. 3 vols.
Melincourt. 2 vols. Philadelphia.

91. Adventure Magazine: July/August 2000 @
It would also make peacock (reimagined as george Hayduke, “nighttimetrouble-maker, barroom brawler, free-time lover”) a folk hero.
SITE INDEX Main Story Previews Grizzly Years
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Earthwatch Project: Grizzlies
Your next vacation could be collecting bear droppings in Big Sky country (as featured in the July/August ADVENTURE).
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Monkey Wrench Gang T-Shirts
Wild Bearcam: Video Gallery
Destination Map: Yellowstone National Park
The Great White Bear (video)
The Grizzlies (video) Trail Map: Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks Trail Map: Yellowstone National Park TrailSmart CD-ROM: National Parks of the Rockies Yellowstone: Realm of the Coyote (video) Doug Peacock Veteran of the Grizzly Wars Age Home Livingston, Montana Favorite Place The Grizzly Hilton Past Life Green Beret Medic does. In the sixties the “cranky buzzard” made his way from Michigan to Vietnam, where as an Army medic he fought to stitch together, wound by wound, some semblance of sanity. After the war Peacock haunted the home front for a while, found himself utterly incompatible, and exiled himself to the wilderness. Finding it less wild than he remembered, he set out to make it more so. With brother-in-arms Edward Abbey, Peacock giddily pioneered the practice of “monkey wrenching,” sabotaging wilderness-eating endeavors like logging and land development. The Monkey Wrench Gang would become a kind of comic bible for immoderate environmentalists. It would also make Peacock (reimagined as George Hayduke, “night-time trouble-maker, barroom brawler, free-time lover”) a folk hero.

92. Mark Hopkins Hotel 1930 - San Francisco, California Signed By George D. Smith As
1962 The Mark Hopkins Hotel is sold by original owner george D Smith to embarkson an unprecedented project the renovation of the famous peacock Court, the
The Gift of History
Beautifully engraved certificate from the Mark Hopkins Hotel Co. issued in 1930. This historic document has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an eagle. This item is hand signed by the Company’s President ( George D. Smith ) and Secretary and is over 73 years old.
Certificate Vignette
Named after Mark Hopkins, the founder of the Central Pacific Railroad, The Mark Hopkins Hotel opened 1926. The 25-story Mark Hopkins Hotel, across the street from the Hotel Fairmont, was completed in 1925. This is one of the most famous hotels in San Francisco, and the Top of the Mark, the glass-walled bar on the 19th floor, is the most celebrated of the city’s drinking establishments. The Mark Hopkins rests atop Nob Hill, and the view of the city from the Top of the Mark has been drawing locals and visitors for 75 years.
In 1939, owner George D. Smith converted the 19th floor penthouse into a glass-walled cocktail lounge with a 360 degree view of the city below. It was an immediate success. George D. Smith was also involved with the Golden Gate International Exposition at Treasure island.
1878 - The original Mark Hopkins mansion is completed on Nob Hill (after the death of Mark Hopkins). The 40-room house resembled a fabulous, Gothic-style palace, bristling with spires, gables, and a profusion of "gingerbread" ornamentation. Mark Hopkins was a founder of the Central Pacific railroad.

93. TXGenWeb Houston County, Texas - Seventh Texas Mounted Volunteer Cavalry Regimen
Calvin age 24 Murchison, John R. age 19 Murchison, John W. age 23 Nail, AB age 19Oliver, FM age 23 Owens, JA age 18 Payne, PB age 30 peacock, george W. age 21
TEXAS Seventh Texas Mounted
Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
Company H
Texas GenWeb Project U.S. GenWeb Project Return to Houston County Homepage Seventh Texas Mounted Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
Company H from Houston County, Texas
Roster as of September 17, 1861
The following information was submitted by Tim Hashaw This is only one cavalry company and does not include infantry companies, battery companies, etc which also came from Houston County. The roster reflects only those names which started with the outfit in 1861 and does not include later recruits from Houston County as the war progressed. A company was expected to maintain full-size in the aftermath of casualties and there were a LOT of casualties and many new recruits in this regiment. If your veteran from this company is not llisted, it may be because they became a part of the unit later in the war. Four regiments accompanied Col Sibley in the New Mexico campaign:
2nd Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles
4th Regiment Texas Mounted Vol
5th Regiment Texas Mounted Vol
7th Texas Mounted Vol In addition to the Houston Co company with the 7th Texas Mounted Volunteer Cavalry Regiment, Houston County also supplied a company for the 4th Regiment, and a company for the 2nd Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles.

94. Bands
Duo – Sylvie Courvoisier – David Fiuczynski – Erika Stucky – Ethnic HeritageEnsemble – Four In Time – Gary peacock – george Gruntz – Greetje
Arthur Blythe BassDrumBone Bob Steward Courvoisier/Feldman-Duo Arthur Blythe BassDrumBone Bob Steward Courvoisier/Feldman-Duo ... The Winners

95. WB: Phoenix, Peacock, Alchemical Bird
Charles Cameron george plays move 1 the Western peacock and theEastern Phoenix in position 6 Here are salient notes for my
The Phoenix and the Peacock
A TenStones Game
George Hersh and Charles Cameron
I met George Hersh through a mutual acquaintance who passed copies of my TenStones Games brochures to him, thinking he'd enjoy the Games. He wrote me: Interested in a game? How about Eastern vs Western Alchemy? A possible first move being to conjoin the Phoenix and the Peacock in Tiphareth. Alchemy has always fascinated me, though I confess I know little about the western and less about the eastern forms of the thing... So I agreed to George's proposal, and asked him to explain his first move in a paragraph or two... Tiphareth, incidentally, is the sixth of the sephirot in the Kabbalistic Tree of Life , and thus equivalent to the sixth position on our TenStones board. Clearly, this was to be a game which made use of the Kabbalistic associations of the board in its meditations... Charles Cameron George plays move 1 the Western Peacock and the Eastern Phoenix in position 6 Here are salient notes for my first move in our Alchemical game: This game will grow double-layered a veneer of Western laminated with a veneer of Eastern to form stained-glass panel, a Jerusalem Windows Tree of Life, the Mysterium Conjunctionis played out in light on the bridge from earth to Ain Soph/Tao.

96. Peacock's Poultry Farm - Wholesale And Retail Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Eggs, And
peacock's Poultry Farm was founded in 1928 by george peacock, andhas continued as a family owned and operated business. Run by

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Peacock's Poultry Farm was founded in 1928 by George Peacock, and has continued as a family owned and operated business. Run by George, then his son Edsel, and today his grandson Gerald. In the early days, turkeys, chickens, and pigs roamed free on the 10 acre farm in Troy, Michigan. At that time, most of the products sold at the farm were actually raised, slaughtered and packaged on the site. Due to the growing demand for the high quality products for which Peacock's had become known, other sources were needed to fill the flood of orders. In 1970, Edsel Peacock was looking for a reliable source of farm-raised poultry and beef that met Peacock's high standards.Someone put him in touch with the Amish in Indiana. This was the beginning of a long relationship between Peacock's and the Amish farmers, which continues today. The most important factor being that the chickens, turkeys, ducks, and beef are raised and sold without any chemicals or preservatives.
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97. Planner Interactive :: GWired :: The George Washington University
peacock Cafe. Price Range $$ (average entrée $1020) Neighborhood Georgetown3251 Prospect Street, NW 625-2740. User Submitted Reviews

98. Paulinus, Saint To Pelusium. Alphabetic Index To Entries. The Columbia Encyclope
Peabody, george Foster. Peabody. Peace. peace congresses. Peace Corps. peaceof God. peace pipe. peach. Peacham, Henry. Peach Tree Creek. peacock, Reginald.
Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Columbia Encyclopedia PREVIOUS NEXT ... BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Paulinus, Saint to Pelusium

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100. IMática - A Matemática Interativa Na Internet

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