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  1. Industrial Revolution (30001 bytes)
    1: ...y [[coal]]) and powered [[machine|machinery]] (mainly in [[textile]] [[manufacturing]]). The developme...
    34: ...f Arts, Manufactures and Commerce]] or, more commonly, [[Society of Arts]] published an illustrated vo...
    65: ...g needed, and thus goods in these materials made only a small proportion of the output.
    83: ... the scientific reasons for the improvement were only discovered later. His family followed in his foo...
    101: At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, inland transport was by navigable rivers and roads, w...
  2. Steel (28384 bytes)
    8: ...take place in a fairly oxygen-free environment. Unlike copper and tin, liquid iron dissolves carbon q...
    11: ... fairly soft metallic material that can dissolve only a small concentration of carbon (no more than 0....
    21: ...osphorus]] make steel more brittle, so these commonly found elements must be removed from the ore duri...
    28: ... the year [[1000]], the [[Thule]] people of [[Greenland]] began making [[harpoon]]s and other edged to...
    46: ...lized cast iron, and quench-hardened steel, with only a few, probably ornamental, bronze weapons.
  3. Catherine I of Russia (2658 bytes)
    10: ...]] [[Elizabeth of Russia|Yelizaveta Petrovna]] ([[1709]]-[[1762]]
  4. Elizabeth of Russia (14144 bytes)
    1: ...etrovna, Empress and Autocrat of all the Russias (1709-62)]]
    3: ...6;́вна) ([[December 29]] [[1709]] - [[January 5]], [[1762]]), also known as '''El...
    7: ...oye]], near [[Moscow]], on the 18th of December [[1709]]. As her parents were not married at that time, ...
    11: ... to [[Holstein]] of her beloved sister Anne, her only remaining near relation, the princess found hers...
    23: ...e Preobrazhensky [[Leib Guard|Guards]] regiment, enlisted their sympathies by a stirring speech, and l...
  5. Anne of Great Britain (22303 bytes)
    15: ...r was the future Mary II. Anne and Mary were the only children of the Duke and Duchess of York to surv...
    26: ...s Anne, [[heir apparent]] to the Throne, was the only individual remaining in the line of succession e...
    35: ...1st Baron Godolphin]]. The Whigs—who were, unlike the Tories, vigorous supporters of the War of ...
    38: ...right to own property in England into jeopardy), unless Scotland either repealed the Act of Security o...
    42: ...asham. The Queen terminated their friendship in [[1709]].
  6. Blast furnace (4721 bytes)
    1: ...at the [[chemical reaction]] does not take place only at the surface. Typically this is used for the ...
    6: In [[1709]], [[Abraham Darby]] developed a blast furnace th...
    9: ...are poured in the top, which would normally burn only on the surface. Pre-heated air was blown into th...
  7. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    110: * [[1510]]: [[Pocket watch]]: [[Peter Henlein]]
    130: * [[1709]]: [[Piano]]: [[Bartolomeo Cristofori]]
    311: ...ormer]]: [[William Stanley (physicist)|William Stanley]]
    321: ... [[1888]]: [[Pneumatic tube tire]]: [[John Boyd Dunlop]]
    394: * [[1914]]: [[Tank]], military: [[Ernest Dunlop Swinton]]
  8. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    544: *[[Meindert Hobbema]] ([[1638]]-[[1709]])
    976: *[[Andrea Pozzo]] ([[1642]]-[[1709]])
    1151: *[[Eduard von Steinle]] ([[1810]]-[[1886]])
    1152: *[[Théophile Steinlen]] ([[1859]]-[[1923]])
  9. William Shakespeare (28915 bytes)
    6: ...ly impressive in light of the fact that he lived only 52 years.
    14: ... and, perhaps appropriately for a playwright commonly considered to be [[England]]'s greatest, it is a...
    35: ...er, Belott sued his father-in-law for delivering only part of the dowry. Shakespeare was called to tes...
    41: ...of some, he took a neutral position, making sure only that his own income from the land was protected....
    63: ...n an expensively produced folio in [[1623]] (the only precedent being [[Ben Jonson]]'s ''Workes'' of [...
  10. William Dampier (7308 bytes)
    34: Dampier returned to England in [[1707]] and in [[1709]] his ''A Continuation of a Voyage to New Holland...
    37: ...ccessful: Selkirk was rescued on [[2 February]] [[1709]], and the expedition amassed nearly &pounds;200,...
    53: ...yage to New Holland'', (Part 1 [[1703]], Part 2 [[1709]])
  11. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    437: *[[Liisi Oterma]] ([[Finland]], [[1915]] – [[2001]])
    465: *[[John Stanley Plaskett]] ([[Canada]], [[1865]] – [[1941...
    523: *[[Frederick Hanley Seares]] ([[United States|USA]], [[1873]] &ndas...
    598: *[[Yrj?is䬤]] ([[Finland]], [[1891]] – [[1971]])
    681: *[[John Bird (astronomer)|John Bird]] ([[1709]] ? [[1776]])
  12. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    214: *[[Anicius Manlius Severinus Bo봨ius]], (AD 480-524 or 525){{fn|...
    313: *[[Stanley Cavell]], (born 1926){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    593: *[[Gadadhara Bhattacharya]], (1604-1709){{fn|R}}
    859: *[[William Stanley Jevons]], (1835-1882){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}
    874: *[[Samuel Johnson|Dr. Samuel Johnson]], (1709-1784){{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
  13. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    6: ...90s. At first, the monarchies of Europe embraced enlightenment ideals, but with the French revolution,...
    11: ===[[1700–1709]]===
    30: * [[1708]]-[[1709]]: [[Famine]] kills one-third of [[East Prussia]]...
    31: * [[Great Frost of 1709]]: Coldest winter in 500 years.
    32: * [[1709]]: [[Hotaki dynasty]] founded in Afghanistan.
  14. 18th century inventions (2219 bytes)
    6: * [[1709]]: [[Piano]]: [[Bartolomeo Cristofori]]

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