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Emperor Austria• Its inaugural expedition into continental waters was led by a Russian crew headed by , in 1819 to 1821; The receives its first patent in 1829; a breakthrough in technology, and paved way to form modern-day and. Many of Wordsworth's friends read the book in manuscript during his lifetime. Such consideration shall be given without regard to the number of veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom living in the areas in which mental health services and other health care services would be delivered under the application. , 1821 — is discovered by the crew of the Eliza Frances. The Sultan took refuge on , then under British control. Date unknown [ ]• Layton, 1876 pp69• then skillfully led the forces of compromise, engineering separate votes on the controversial measures. External links [ ]• starting January 18:• Exclusion of beds from bed count. They eventually resort, by common consent, to to allow some to survive. LC-DIG-pga-03227 The territory of Missouri first applied for statehood in 1817, and by early 1819 Congress was considering enabling legislation that would authorize Missouri to frame a state constitution. , — The original opens for a trial run with a ceremony at Port Dalhousie. July 5 — , U. The Palmer Peninsula is later named after him. — The cause of action that will lead to the U. Although slavery had been a issue in the for decades, never before had sectional antagonism been so overt and threatening as it was in the Missouri crisis. — A kills approximately 10,000 people in , Japan. The first officers, known by the nicknames "bobbies" or "peelers", go on patrol on. , 1825 — The Duke of gains possession of and changes his title to. March 3 — , temperance campaigner and philanthropist died• : - until October 28 , - starting November 15• later "Bulwer-Lytton" , Ismael: An Oriental Tale, with Other Poems• 1820: John Clare 13 July 1793 - 20 May 1864 publishes Poems Descriptive of Rural life 1820• Get exclusive access to content from our 1768 First Edition with your subscription. The Oxford illustrated history of Christianity. 1828 Siamese-Lao War: invades and sacks. —The Secretary shall, as appropriate, consult with the Director of the Office of Rural Health of the Department of Veterans Affairs in awarding and administering grants to States under subparagraph A. For us, 1820 is more than a name. Slavery was widespread throughout the southern United States. , American Confederate general d. The uprising successfully established a foothold in the , in September 1821, and had some success in , and. : until July 10 , starting July 10• Daniel Blowe 1820. , 1821 — : wins 's independence from Spain see. — , French noble stabbed b. —A State may establish a medicare rural hospital flexibility program described in subsection c if the State submits to the Secretary at such time and in such form as the Secretary may require an application containing— assurances that the State— has developed, or is in the process of developing, a State rural health care plan that— provides for the creation of 1 or more rural health networks as defined in subsection d in the State; promotes regionalization of rural health services in the State; and improves access to hospital and other health services for rural residents of the State; and has developed the rural health care plan described in subparagraph A in consultation with the hospital association of the State, rural hospitals located in the State, and the State Office of Rural Health or, in the case of a State in the process of developing such plan, that assures the Secretary that the State will consult with its State hospital association, rural hospitals located in the State, and the State Office of Rural Health in developing such plan ; assurances that the State has designated consistent with the rural health care plan described in paragraph 1 A , or is in the process of so designating, rural nonprofit or public hospitals or facilities located in the State as critical access hospitals; and such other information and assurances as the Secretary may require. Padshah• Consideration of regional approaches, networks, or technology. Emperor• The Greeks experienced early successes on the battlefield, including the capture of Athens in June 1822, but infighting ensued. King Denmark• Chancellor Austria• , — King is succeeded by his son. , The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 1993. Sultan• , 1824 — succeeds his brother as King of France. , — First ascent of , the highest summit of the. — , 5th Prime Minister of Sweden d. However, on , 1823 Iturbide abdicated. The establishes a in the. Ibrahim landed in the in February 1825 and secured most of the peninsula by the end of 1825. , Le Bal,• July 1820 — A revolution occurs in the. "Missouri", in Constitutional Documents of the United States of America 1776-1860", ed. — , French Navy officer, admiral b. Permitting Maintenance of Swing Beds. , — is crowned as of see. Main article:• Certification by the Secretary. , The Battle of Marathon• President Mexico• , The Sceptic First known copy of ' , transcribed by George Keats this year• — , the estranged wife of King , returns to England after six years abroad in Italy, where she had been carrying on an affair; since ascending the throne in January, the King has sought to receive his government's approval for a divorce. , 1821 — general is executed by an Argentinian military tribunal in the city of. Eligible critical access hospital defined. October 28 — died , clergyman and hymnist• Southern Europe [ ]• President United States• — , Canadian lawyer, politician d. State designation of facilities. President• —The Secretary shall require, as appropriate, a State to demonstrate consultation with the hospital association of such State, rural hospitals located in such State, providers of mental health services, or other appropriate stakeholders for the provision of services under a grant awarded under this paragraph. — An in raises the coastal area. , 1824 — In the worst flood to date in , water rises 421 cm above normal and 200 lose their lives. King• The Dutch colonial army was able to fill its ranks with troops from , and later on from the. —With respect to grants awarded under paragraph 1 or 2 from funds appropriated for fiscal year 2005 and subsequent fiscal years— Consultation with the state hospital association and rural hospitals on the most appropriate ways to use grants. Contents• —In this section, the term rural health network means, with respect to a State, an organization consisting of— at least 1 facility that the State has designated or plans to designate as a critical access hospital; and at least 1 hospital that furnishes acute care services. , 1820 — in the name of the Republic of. It started as a led by Prince after the Dutch decided to build a road across a piece of his property that contained his parents' tomb. In , such as , , and gained independence from the and. , — The is incorporated, becoming the first in United States offering commercial transportation of both people and freight. : until December 18 , starting December 18• , , and the were among those that largely developed and grew prominent over the decade, as advanced significantly. President Mexico• — A proclamation, signed "By order of the Committee of Organisation for forming a Provisional Government", begins the "" in Scotland. Eastern Europe [ ]• 1824—1826 - Siam : died in 1824 and was peacefully succeeded by his son Rama III. Brazil [ ]• —, — : , of , crushes the last mutiny of in. Data relating to manufacturing were collected by assistants in each district, sent to the marshals, and then transmitted to the secretary of state along with the population returns. law prohibiting the slave trade. In 1826, therefore, Siam concluded its first commercial treaty with a western power, the. , Poetical Pieces• Our sights are set on multi-family, office, and mixed-use investments where we can merge our instinct for identifying great opportunities with wise underwriting and detailed execution. As a result, Siam's trade increased rapidly, many more foreigners settled in Bangkok, and western cultural influences began to spread. With the help of a , the Greeks drove the Turks out of the Peloponnese and proceeded to the captured part of Central Greece by 1828. April 26 — , poet and short story writer, sister to Phoebe Cary died• , 1821 — declares independence from Spain see. November - — The forces of achieved a rapid victory against those of of , in what is now northern. : until December 7 , starting December 7• Sultan• Economics and commerce [ ]• Pacific Islands [ ]• Emir• , 1821 — declares independence from Spain see. 1820: The establishes a in the. — , Spanish feminist writer, activist d. —A State shall consult with the hospital association of such State and rural hospitals located in such State on the most appropriate ways to use the funds under such grant. On August 24, 1821, representatives of the Spanish crown and Iturbide signed the , which recognized the under the terms of the. , English mathematician d. Marcian Colonna, verse drama• : and Governors [ ]• Early July, — puts the finishing touches on the , Opus 131. 1823 — "invents". The Federalist leadership of the anti-Missouri group caused some northern Democrats to reconsider their support of the Tallmadge amendment and to favour a compromise that would thwart efforts to revive the Federalist party. Enumeration The enumeration began on the first Monday of August. The Greek revolt was precipitated on March 25 April 6 in Gregorian Calendar , 1821, when Bishop Germanos of Patras raised the flag of revolution over the Monastery of Agia Lavra in the Peloponnese. Treasury captures a ship of the same name, which is transporting 281 Africans who had been captured as slaves, in violation of the 1819 U. — , actress, prominent theater manager, grandmother of the d. — , a designed by , opens across the , between England and Scotland. Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program Described. , — inventor receives a for the invention of the first with a replaceable ink cartridge. Resistance in the form of separatism and nationalism particularly in the led to the independence of many countries around the world, such as , , and. February 8 — , Civil War general died• , 1820 — declares independence from Spain see also. , — Explorer becomes the first European to reach. 1824 — The trading post is established on the lower by the. Emperor• Oedipus Tyrannus; or, Swellfoot the Tyrant, published anonymously; a burlesque on the trial of• First translation of the into a modern language, Danish, Bjovulfs Drape, made by. Senator from Georgia from 1813 to 1816, 1st Governor of Alabama born• Western Europe [ ] United Kingdom [ ] In the 1820s, the British government was formally headed by , but in practice, was led by his 1812—1827 , 1827 , 1827—1828 , and 1828—1830. On 25 March, Germanos gave the revolution its great symbol when he raised a banner with the cross on it at the monastery of Ayia Lavra. Undated [ ]• November 8 — , poet and educationalist born See also [ ]• 1821 — The against the is proclaimed officially in South Greece. , — : Russian Field-Marshal launches the Transbalkan offensive, which brings the Russian army within 68 km of. Senator from Alabama in 1880 died 1900• " — from the Preface, p vi• In the new constitution, the republic took the name of , and was defined as a representative , with as the. Between 1821 and 1824, and national assemblies were held, and the constitutions and were established. —Any State that submits an application in accordance with subsection b may establish a medicare rural hospital flexibility program described in subsection c. : until October 15 , starting October 15• , 1821 — is chartered as The Columbian College of the District of Columbia by President Monroe. - is created 1st of in the in the• — , Creole architect, smuggler b. Main article:• , — The tries unsuccessfully to unify the republics. Drewry, Charles Stewart 1832. King France• — , Swiss-born academic b. April 8 — , businessman and patron of the arts died• June — : makes a true photograph. President United States• —A State awarded a grant under this paragraph may, as appropriate, use the funds to reimburse providers of services described in subparagraph A to individuals described in that subparagraph. March 22 — , U. , — Unitarian becomes the first President of. , 1825 — The world's first modern railway, the , opens in. 1820: completes , one in a series of his famous Odes. Davis, Cynthia J. digital ID g3701e ct000604 This article was most recently revised and updated by , Manager, Geography and History. Politics and wars [ ] The and the were two of the decade's more important conflicts. October—December, — : Russia, Austria and approve intervention in Spain. December 21 — , railroad president and philanthropist died• King France• James Monroe Democratic-Republican 231 John Quincy Adams Independent-Republican 1 Not voted 3 Source: United States Office of the Federal Register. : political party unknown• Woodhouse, A Story of Modern Greece, 'The Dark Age of Greece 1453—1800 ', p. , — recognizes , 21 years after it expelled the French following the successful , and demands the payment of 150 million gold francs, 30 million of which Haiti must finance through France itself, as down payment. Events [ ]• October 28 — , Episcopal clergyman and hymnist died 1891• — sets out on his formative boyhood trip to France. , "Who Reads an American Book", a notorious review of 's Annals of the United States, published by the well-known critic in the ; Smith wrote: "In the four quarters of the globe, who reads an American book? 1825: The is dug to extend settlement access and commercial traffic to the. Supreme Court case known simply as arises, when a U. 1824 March 2: The landmark Supreme Court decision ended a monopoly of steamboats in the waters around New York City. from the original on 24 December 2010. China• — , Belgian violinist, composer d. Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D. —A State may designate 1 or more facilities as a critical access hospital in accordance with subparagraphs B , C and D. — invents the first which he names Lucifer. President• Uruguay [ ]• , 1824 — is established in. —, — : A squadron of the Brazilian Imperial Navy defeats vessels in a major naval engagement. On the vice presidential side of the ticket, Tompkins faced greater opposition among electors but still collected 218 of the 232 electoral votes. In 1822, Britain repealed the for over 100 crimes, and punishments such as and fell out of use. —The Secretary may award grants to hospitals that have submitted applications in accordance with subparagraph C to assist eligible small rural hospitals in meeting the costs of implementing data systems required to meet requirements established under the medicare program pursuant to amendments made by the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 and to assist such hospitals in participating in delivery system reforms under the provisions of and amendments made by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, such as value-based purchasing programs, accountable care organizations under section 1899, the National pilot program on payment bundling under section 1866D, and other delivery system reform programs determined appropriate by the Secretary. The rebellion finally ended in 1830, after Prince Diponegoro was tricked into entering Dutch custody near , believing he was there for negotiations for a possible cease-fire. A wide variety of historical statistics from this and other decades is available in Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970. with their relatively unconfining and re-adopted elements that had been characteristic of most of the 18th century and were to be characteristic of the remainder of the 19th century , such as full skirts and clearly visible of the natural waist. —The Secretary may award grants to States that have submitted applications in accordance with subparagraph B for increasing the delivery of mental health services or other health care services deemed necessary to meet the needs of veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom living in rural areas as defined for purposes of section 1886 d and including areas that are rural census tracks, as defined by the Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration , including for the provision of crisis intervention services and the detection of posttraumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and other signature injuries of veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, and for referral of such veterans to medical facilities operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs, and for the delivery of such services to other residents of such rural areas. Global [ ]• — , Continental Army officer from Connecticut b. The newly formed Mexican congress eventually declared Iturbide emperor of Mexico on May 19, 1822. Encyclopaedia of British Railway Companies. May 23 — , 9th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California died 1891• — : is established as the first African medical school in the Middle East. Sultan• — Delegates in Territory approve a proposed state constitution, proclaiming that they "do mutually agree to form and establish a free and independent republic sic , by the name of "The State of Missouri". —A State awarded a grant under this paragraph may not expend more than 15 percent of the amount of the grant for administrative expenses. July—September [ ]• , 1820 — lands on the see. James Monroe was President of the United States on Census Day, August 7, 1820. — The succeeds the throne of the in China. , — sinks in the with the loss of around 1600 people on board. , 1821 — The declares independence from Spain only to be invaded by in 1822 see. , — , once part of the peninsula that formed westernmost Denmark, becomes an island after a flood drowns its 1 km wide. — The town of , is incorporated. — opens in , , under the title Bray Male School. Special consideration of certain applications. — ascends the throne, on the death at of his father after 59 years on the throne , ending the period known as the. The silhouette of men's fashion changed in similar ways: by the mid-1820s featured broad shoulders with puffed sleeves, a narrow waist, and full skirts. , — : President declares war on Peru. King Spain• December 3 — : is re-elected, virtually unopposed. King• — is founded under the patronage of and the. President• King• , completed; publication commenced• , 1821 — The is founded in the United States state of. Not later than 1 year after the date on which the last grant is awarded to a State under such subparagraph, the Secretary shall submit a report to Congress on such evaluation. , — begins operating the first service in London. —In awarding grants to States under subparagraph A , the Secretary shall give special consideration to applications submitted by States in which veterans make up a high percentage as determined by the Secretary of the total population of the State. — , English businessman d. At the time, there were 22 states, half of them free states and half of them slave states. were worn for smart day wear, while continued in use at court and in the country. —The Secretary shall provide for an independent evaluation of the grants awarded under subparagraph A. S President since 1817, was , virtually unopposed. A printable version of this page can be downloaded [PDF 55KB]. February 4 — , U. , 2nd Prime Minister of Sweden d. 1820: is founded as the Indiana State Seminary and renamed the Indiana College in 1846, to later be renamed. Much of that anti-Missouri , as it was called, arose from a genuine that slavery was morally wrong. Peru [ ]• As of the start of 1820, the Gregorian calendar was 12 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. MEDICARE RURAL HOSPITAL FLEXIBILITY PROGRAM Sec. 1824 — The is developed, creating the first volumetric display. Guerrero was deposed in a rebellion under Vice-President in December 1829. built along the Ongoing [ ]•。 。 。

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