Nicholson in 1889, and had a considerable influence on later writers, especially in the arrangement of the smaller groups.
His second wife, whom he married in November 1793, was Miss Hannah Nicholson, of New York, the daughter of Com.
James Nicholson (1737-1804), an American naval officer, commander-in-chief of the navy from 1 777 until August 1781, when with his ship the "Virginia," he was taken by the British "Iris" and "General Monk."
Nicholson (2nd ed., 1898) and W.
Nicholson and Sir A.
Nicholson (1770-1817), and Caesar A.
Nicholson (Apostolical Succession in the Church of Sweden, 1880) seems to have proved so much from contemporary evidence.
A reply to Mr Nicholson was made in Swedish by a Roman priest, Bern-.
Hard, to whom Mr Nicholson replied in 1887.
Unfortunately Mr Nicholson gives no detailed account of the form used in consecration, and on this and other points fuller information is needed.
We may say, however, that Mr Nicholson has presented a strong case for the preservation of episcopal succession in the Swedish Church.
The following have been translated into English: - Hebrew Grammar, by John Nicholson (from 2nd German edition) (London 1836); Introductory Hebrew Grammar (from 3rd German edition) (London, 1870); History of Israel, 5 vols.
Baker's Handbook of Amaryllideae (1888); see also Nicholson, Dictionary of Gardening (1886); and J.
Lieutenant-Governor Francis Nicholson sailed for England on the 24th of June, a committee of safety was organized by the popular party, and Leisler was appointed commander-in-chief.
Under authority of a letter from the home government addressed to Nicholson, "or in his absence, to such as for the time being takes care for preserving the peace and administering the laws in His Majesty's province of New York," he assumed the title of lieutenant-governor in December 1689, appointed a council and took charge of the government of the entire province.
Francis Nicholson as.
In the following month Nicholson deserted his post and sailed.
Francis Nicholson, Lieutenant-Governor .
The butt-end of the island, of poor, rough, wind-beaten hills, is redeemed by the fine harbour of Port Nicholson, which vies with the Waitemata.
Meanwhile, a week after Hobson's arrival, Wakefield's colonists had sailed into Port Nicholson, and proposed to take possession of immense tracts which the New Zealand Company claimed to have bought from the natives, and for which colonists had in good faith paid the company.
In New York his deputy, Francis Nicholson, was soon afterwards deposed by Jacob Leisler; and the inter-colonial union was dissolved.
The whole subject is treated systematically in Nicholson and Lydekker's A Manual of Palaeontology (2 vols., Edinburgh and London, 1889), and A.
Nicholson in the Manchester Memoirs, ii.
In the subsequent portion of the paper above referred to, Nicholson explains how the instrument may be employed as a.
The densities corresponding to the several degrees of Baume's hydrometer are given by Nicholson (Journal of Philosophy, i.
Nicholson, Dictionary of Gardening (5 vols.); W.
Bennet's doubler appears to have given a suggestion to William Nicholson (Phil.
Nicholson thus described the operation of his machine: "When the plates A and B are opposite each other, the two fixed plates A and C may be considered as one mass, and the revolving plate B, together with the ball D, will constitute another mass.
Nicholson described also another apparatus, the "spinning condenser," which worked on the same principle.
Bennet and Nicholson were followed by T.
Nicholson, A Literary History of the Arabs, 1907, pp. 358-361).
C. Eggleston, The First of the Hoosiers (Philadelphia, 1903), and Meredith Nicholson, The Hoosiers (1900).
Nicholson, Professor Gonner, Mr Bowley, Mr E.
It lies on the southwestern shore of North Island, on the inner shore of Port Nicholson, an inlet of Cook's Strait, the site affording a splendid harbour, walled in by abrupt hills.
Nicholson, Monograph of British Graptolites, pt.
Nicholson, Palaeozoic Tabulate Corals (Edinburgh, 1879); M.M.
There is a general agreement that if a man like Gillespie or Nicholson had been in command of the station, the strong force at his disposal would have enabled him to strike such a deadly blow at the fleeing mutineers as might have stamped out the Mutiny.
Lawrence saw that the surest way to prevent the Mutiny from spreading from the sepoy army of Bengal to the recently conquered fighting races of the Punjab was to hurl the Sikh at the Hindu; instead of taking measures for the defence of the Punjab, he acted on the old principle that the best defence is attack, and promptly organized a force for the reduction of Delhi, with the ardent co-operation of born leaders like John Nicholson, Neville Chamberlain and Herbert Edwardes.
Though the nominal commanders of the army which captured Delhi were in turn Barnard, Reed and Wilson, the policy thus stated by Canning and Lawrence was really carried out by their subordinates - Baird Smith, Nicholson and Chamberlain.
Baird Smith indeed urged an immediate assault upon Delhi, on the ground that audacity is the best policy in Indian warfare; but it was not until the arrival of Nicholson on the 7th of August with the last Punjab reinforcements that the force was strong enough, in the opinion of its commander, to take offensive action.
The assault was successful, in so far as a firm lodgment was made in the city, though the loss of Nicholson was a heavy price to pay for this success.
The west parish church in Nicholson Street (1839) is in the Italian Renaissance style and has a campanile.