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Noun1.1820s - the decade from 1820 to 18291820s - the decade from 1820 to 1829  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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The Grade I-listed castle is steeped in history and has been enhanced over the years by the Clavering and Browne families, with substantial development in the 1690s, 1820s and 1890s.
uk THIS selection of old photos are from the Facebook page St Asaph Memories Past and Present, including a hidden treasure from the 1820s, a school which is now a luxury hotel, and a Welsh Grand Prix racing driver before he became famous.
as both human and alien" in such popular melodramas from the 1820s (most of them starring T.
The New Brighton fort, originally built in the 1820s to defend the Mersey from Napoleonic invasion, will reopen its doors to music fans from across the region.
Hopkins examines African colonial undertakings of the Guinea Commission, the Guinea Commission commencing its investigation in a colonial expansion of 1788, Denmark abolishing the Atlantic slave trade in 1792, building plantations on the West Indian model, Thonning's African sojourn, reports and reverberations of Thonning's African writing, events after the cessation of the Danish slave trade in 1803, plantation experiments during the Napoleonic war years,retrenchment, fresh colonial momentum in the 1820s, conflicting ideas on the colonies in the later 1820s, a young Dane's writings on the future, the Guinea Commission in a changed climate, and Denmark's withdrawal from Africa.
In the 1820s, the wealthy old gentleman Samuel Pickwick, Esquire, and three of his friends travel throughout the English countryside.
The graveyard, which dates back to the 1820s, is the final resting place of up to 2000 Scots.
The campaign first began in the 1820s, gained national recognition just before the Civil War, was revived in the 1950s (but given little attention), and saw a renewal of interest in the 1970s.
Gissing Hall in Norfolk dates back to the early 1820s but by the time William and Ann Brennan bought it in 1986 it had fallen into disrepair.
Cardiff (to my knowledge) has only about an estimated 25 to 30 surviving Georgian buildings in the city centre, most of which were built in the 1820s and about half of which are situated in Caroline Street.
He is not a trained historian of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Europe and is rather inclined to accept traditional views of the 1820s as part of his chatty presentation.
Colonel James Tod, the British political agent in Rajasthan , came here in the 1820s and said that if he could choose one fiefdom in Rajathan state he'd pick Bhainsrorgarh.