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1820s

The decade saw the rise of the First Industrial Revolution. Photography, rail transport, and the textile industry were among those that largely developed and grew prominent over the decade, as technology advanced significantly. European colonialism began gaining ground in Africa and Asia, and trade between the Qing Dynasty began to open up more towards foreign traders, particularly those from Europe. As European imperialism gained momentum, opposition from affected/exploited societies resulted, with wars such as the Java

" >War and the Greek War of Independence. Resistance in the form of separatism and nationalism (particularly in the Spanish American wars of independence) led to the independence of many countries around the world, such as Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia.

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Royal Assent to the Metropolitan Police Act was Given and the Metropolitan Police Service was Established in London as the First Modern and Professional Police Force in the World

Royal Assent to the Metropolitan Police Act was Given and the Metropolitan Police Service was Established in London as the First Modern and Professional Police Force in the World

At the same time that the lieutenant general of police was trying to maintain public order in Paris, the reactive and inefficient urban policing system of England, in which nearly unpaid public constables had to rely on private, stipendiary thief-takers to maintain an appearance of law and order, was falling apart. The hallmark of this system was its hybrid character: it blended discredited high constables with corrupt bounty hunters ...
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The Preface of Websters 1828 Dictionary States 'the Christian Religion Must be the Basis of Any Government intended to Secure the Rights... of a Free People.'

The Preface of Websters 1828 Dictionary States ‘the Christian Religion Must be the Basis of Any Government intended to Secure the Rights… of a Free People.’

Noah Webster publishes the American Dictionary. He wrote in the preface of his 1828 Dictionary: “In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government ought to be instructed.... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure ...
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According to Joseph Smith, the Angel Moroni Appears to Him and Gives him a Record of Gold Plates

According to Joseph Smith, the Angel Moroni Appears to Him and Gives him a Record of Gold Plates

According to the testimony of Joseph Smith, on the night of September 21, 1823, Joseph Smith prayed to know God's further will toward him. Steadily a light grew "as though the house was filled with consuming and unquenchable fire." Moroni, a messenger sent from God, stood before him. In mortal life Moroni had been the last of ancient American prophets having authority from God and whose teachings ...
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Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely, “The Duty of Christian Freemen to Elect Christian Rulers,”

Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely, “The Duty of Christian Freemen to Elect Christian Rulers,”

Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely gave a sermon entitled, “The Duty of Christian Freemen to Elect Christian Rulers,” on July 4, 1827. Rev. Ely called for the formation of a “Christian party in politics” and that because we are “a Christian nation” we ought to elect only Christian leaders into public office. Born on June 13, 1786 in Lebanon, Connecticut in the home of a Presbyterian minister ...
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Sir Walter Scott Publishes 'The Life of Napoleon' & in Volume II He States that the French Revolution was planned by the Illuminati

Sir Walter Scott Publishes ‘The Life of Napoleon’ & in Volume II He States that the French Revolution was planned by the Illuminati

Sir Walter Scott publishes his nine volume set, 'The Life of Napoleon' and in Volume II he states that the French Revolution was planned by the Illuminati (Adam Weishaupt) and was financed by the money changers of Europe (The Rothschilds). Sir Walter Scott sums up the situation with these words — “These financiers used the (French) Government as bankrupt prodigals are treated by usurious money-lenders who, feeding the ...
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William Morgan Disappears Shortly after Announcing He Will Print a Book Exposing the Secrets of Freemasonry

William Morgan Disappears Shortly after Announcing He Will Print a Book Exposing the Secrets of Freemasonry

From MurderByGaslight.com In the summer of 1826, William Morgan of Batavia, New York, announced his intention to publish a book exposing the secrets of Freemasonry. On September 11 of that year he was abducted and never seen again. Morgan was considered a traitor by the Masons and a “Christian martyr” by their opponents. 54 Masons were indicted for his abduction and 10 were found guilty. Morgan’s ...
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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams Die on the 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence, Fulfilling Dr. Benjamin Rush's Prophesy

Thomas Jefferson and John Adams Die on the 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence, Fulfilling Dr. Benjamin Rush’s Prophesy

The Dream of Dr. Benjamin Rush & God’s Hand in Reconciling John Adams and Thomas Jefferson One of the more bitter aspects of the retirement of John Adams from the presidency in 1800 was the fact that several of those with whom he had early co-labored during the Revolution had become his fervent adversaries. This was especially true in the case of Thomas Jefferson who, although ...
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John Quincy Adams Became President in a Bitterly Contested U.S. Election and Must be Resolved by the House of Representatives

John Quincy Adams Became President in a Bitterly Contested U.S. Election and Must be Resolved by the House of Representatives

This was the first election decided by the House of Representatives after the passage of the Twelfth Amendment, which had been ratified in the wake of the election of 1800. By the election of 1824, the Federalist Party had broken up and the US was operating under a one party system dominated by Democratic-Republicans. The four prominent candidates in the election were Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, ...
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French Physicist Sadi Carnot Publishes 'Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire' which were the Foundation for the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics - A Law that Refutes Evolution

French Physicist Sadi Carnot Publishes ‘Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire’ which were the Foundation for the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics – A Law that Refutes Evolution

The second law of thermodynamics is one of the most fundamental laws of nature, having profound implications. In essence, it says this: Every system, left to its own devices, always tends to move from order to disorder, its energy tending to be transformed into lower levels of availability (for work), ultimately becoming totally random and unavailable for work. ...or... The entropy of a closed system cannot ...
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The Secret Treaty of Verona between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia to Suppress the Freedom of the U.S.A. - with the Help of the Pope?

The Secret Treaty of Verona between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia to Suppress the Freedom of the U.S.A. – with the Help of the Pope?

In the secret 1822 Treaty of Verona (between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia) the Jesuits agreed to smash the US Constitution and suppress the freedom of the US. Their methods included destroying free speech, destroying and suppressing the press, universal censorship, sustaining the cooperation of the Pope and clergy to use religion to help keep nations in passive obedience and financing wars against countries with representative ...
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James Madison: "...a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives."

James Madison: “…a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.”

Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives. —James Madison, Letter to W.T. Barry, 1822 Source: https://www.loc.gov/resource/mjm.20_0155_0159/?sp=1&st=text ...
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Emma Willard Officially Opens The Troy Female Seminary, the First School that Offers Higher Education for Women

Emma Willard Officially Opens The Troy Female Seminary, the First School that Offers Higher Education for Women

The school was located in Troy, New York and acheived tremedous success. The school taught math, philosophy, geography, history, and science. Emma Hart Willard was born on February 23, 1787 to Samuel and Lydia Hinsdale Hart on a farm in Berlin, Connecticut. She was the sixteenth of seventeen children; her father having been previously married, she was his sixteenth and her mother’s ninth child. Emma’s father was ...
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