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Concord, New Hampshire

Exeter from 1775 to 1808. The Governor's office, some other executive offices, and both legislative chambers are in the State House (New Hampshire State House). The Legislative Office Building is behind the State House in this photograph; the state Supreme Court and other agencies are in an office park on the other (east) side of the Merrimack River. Pillsbury's dislike of slavery led him into active writing and lecturing for the abolitionist movement and other progressive


. Thereafter he focused on history, mainly on church history in the later Middle Ages, and on institutional, legal, and ecclesiastical history, as well as magic and witchcraft. He also did significant work on the history of the Italian city-states. His active writing career on historical subjects spanned more than fifty years, during which he published ten books and numerous articles. His literary reputation rests largely on the books he produced. '''Théodore Reinach''' (July 3, 1860 – October 28, 1928) was a French (France) archaeologist, mathematician, lawyer, papyrologist (Papyrology), philologist (Philology), epigrapher (epigraphy), historian, numismatist (Numismatics), musicologist (Musicology), professor, and politician. He studied at Göttingen (university of Göttingen), where he took the degree of a doctor of medicine, and established his reputation by the dissertation, ''De irritabilitate'' (1751). After traveling in the Netherlands and France, he practised as a physician in Brugg, and wrote ''Über die Einsamkeit'' (''"Of solitude"'', 1756, 1784–85) and ''Vom Nationalstolz'' (''"Of national pride"'', 1758). These books made a great impression in Germany, and were translated into almost every European language. They are now only of historical interest. Early life and education Van Helmont was the youngest of five children of Maria (van) Stassaert and Christiaen van Helmont, a public prosecutor and Brussels council member, who had married in the Sint-Goedele (St. Michael and Gudula Cathedral) church in 1567. He was educated at Leuven (Catholic University of Leuven), and after ranging restlessly from one science to another and finding satisfaction in none, turned to medicine. He interrupted his studies, and for a few years he traveled through Switzerland, Italy, France, and England. - French (French language) After the French (France) province of Maine (Maine (province)). Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France

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