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of Nature''' is a 2 day long free event held in June in Bristol, England, United Kingdom, featuring hundreds of events, including lectures, tours and film screenings on subjects of science, natural history and the environment (Environment (biophysical)). thumb right A Derby Porcelain figure of ''Dr Syntax'' that is now in Derby Museum and Art Gallery Derby Museum (File:Dr Syntax.jpg) The circumstances of his birth in Bristol in 1741, and parentage are somewhat doubtful, and it is unclear whether his father was a rich Bristol merchant or a certain William Alexander, a London alderman, who died in 1762. He was educated at Eton (Eton College), where he was contemporary with Charles James Fox, the 2nd Baron Lyttelton and William Beckford (William Thomas Beckford). Alexander bequeathed him some £2000—a little fortune that soon disappeared in a course of splendid extravagance, which gained him the nickname of Count Combe; and after a chequered career as private soldier, cook and waiter, he finally settled in London (about 1771), as a law student and bookseller's hack. Life The son of the Rev. William Horner, a Wesleyan minister, was born in Bristol. He was educated at Kingswood School, near Bristol, and at the age of sixteen became an assistant master there. In four years he rose to be head master (1806), and in 1809 left to establish a school at Grosvenor Place, Bath (Bath, Somerset), which he kept until he died there 22 September 1837. He left a widow and several children, one of whom, William Horner, carried on the school. In this 3-volume epistolary novel, title character Evelina is the unacknowledged but legitimate daughter of a dissipated English aristocrat, thus raised in rural seclusion until her 17th year. Through a series of humorous events that take place in London and the resort town of Hotwells, near Bristol, Evelina learns to navigate the complex layers of 18th-century society and earn the love of a distinguished nobleman. This sentimental novel, which has notions of sensibility and early romanticism, satirizes the society in which it is set and is a significant precursor to the work of Jane Austen and Maria Edgeworth, whose novels explore many of the same issues. * A native of the City of Bristol, England * The Bristolian (train) , a named passenger train (List of named passenger trains) of the Great Western Railway In January 2008, the band began a mini-tour of Scotland, playing five cities (Stirling, Dunfermline, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh) in as many nights. In May 2008 a ten-date tour covered Cambridge, Whitehaven, Sheffield, Newcastle upon Tyne, Birmingham, London, Bristol, Manchester and Darwen, including one of the last few concerts at the Astoria (London Astoria). They also played a show with Brit-pop rivals Dodgy on 17 May 2009, at a secret London venue, to benefit the homelessness charity Crisis (Crisis (charity)), as part of the charity's 'Hidden Gigs' campaign against hidden homelessness. Crisis.org.uk established 1823 location Bristol, England map_type Bristol The '''Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery''' is a large museum and art gallery in Bristol, England. It is run by the city council (Bristol City Council) with no entrance fee. It holds designated museum (Designation Scheme) status, granted by the national government to protect outstanding museums. It is situated in Clifton (Clifton, Bristol), about Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol
Dublin Monkstown , County Dublin, Ireland (Republic of Ireland)) is an Irish musician best known as a member of the Hothouse Flowers. Ó Maonlaí formed the band in 1985 with his schoolmate Fiachna Ó Braonáin. '''Joseph Barclay Pentland''' (1797 – 12 July 1873) was an Irish (Republic of Ireland) geographer, natural scientist (natural science), and traveller (travel). Born in Ireland, Pentland was educated at Armagh. He also studied in Paris, and worked with Georges Cuvier. *Green Postbox campaign 2008 onwards - One campaign undertaken by ÓSF involved changing the colour of Royal Mail postboxes in Northern Ireland from red to green (green is the standard colour of postboxes in the Republic of Ireland). The bomb was found on the side of a road near the village of Forkhill (w:Forkhill) in County Armagh (w:County Armagh), Northern Ireland (w:Northern Ireland), close to the border with the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). It was defused by an expert bomb disposal team from the Irish Army (w:Irish Army). The explosives were home-made and weighed 600 lb (270 kg). It is believed that the bomb was planted there by dissident republicans. On Saturday, 67% of Irish (w:Republic of Ireland) voters favored the European Union's (w:European Union) (EU) Lisbon Treaty (w:Treaty of Lisbon) which now requires approval from the presidents of the Czech Republic (w:Czech Republic) and Poland (w:Poland) for ratification (w:ratification). A car, thought to have been used for the get-away, has been found burnt out just over the border in the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). Mr Kee and the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin (w:Micheál Martin) have asked for any witnesses to contact the Gardai (w:Gardai) or the PSNI immediately.
. The RSC is dedicated to encouraging education and the advancement of knowledge in the natural (Natural science) and social sciences and the humanities. It holds an annual conference together with other scholarly groups as part of the Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (the "Learneds"). Organization and purpose The Royal Society of London and the Institut de France were the models for the Society. The Society today
''') is a leading French (France) institution for research and higher education, a ''Grand Établissement (Grands Établissements)''. Its mission is research and research training in the social sciences, including the relationship these latter maintain with the natural (Natural science) and life sciences. The EHESS is located in central Paris (6th arrondissement (6th arrondissement of Paris)), although some of its research centers and teams are based in Marseille, Lyon