following the abolition

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  • Little effort has been made to clean up the local environment following the abolition of the settlement.
  • Indeed, if emancipation would follow the abolition, he should like the latter measure the better. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade, Vol. II, by Thomas Clarkson
  • Following the abolition of the short race from the cross country championships, he began to focus on longer distances on grass.
  • She did not seek re-election in 1969, following the abolition of her riding.
  • Brown's Town became significant as a market centre in the mid-nineteenth century following the abolition of slavery.
  • Following the abolition of County Dublin, three successor counties were created that cover the same area.
  • Following the abolition of this office in 2012, a full-time student was appointed Editor.
  • These communities were formed by freed slaves following the abolition of slavery.
  • Following the abolition of the Italian monarchy, the order became the Military Order of Italy.
  • Following the abolition of the German Democratic Republic, the organization was dissolved.
  • Following the abolition of domestic property rates in the late 1970s, local councils have found it extremely difficult to raise money.
  • Following the abolition of turnpikes a few private roads and toll bridges remained.
  • After roughly a century of second-class citizenship following the abolition of slavery, blacks began seeking full equality.
  • The seat was created as a single-member seat ahead of the 1871 state election following the abolition of the Devon seat.
  • They both predicted the ruin and misery which would inevitably follow the abolition of the trade. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave-Trade, by Thomas Clarkson
  • Following the abolition of convict lease and the subsequent increase in the inmate population, the prison structure changed.
  • They both predicted the ruin and misery, which would inevitably follow the abolition of the trade. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade, Vol. II, by Thomas Clarkson
  • Following the abolition of the Provinces, local government was vested in elected borough and county councils.
  • Following the abolition of the death penalty, life imprisonment was made an official punishment in 1878.
  • Following the abolition of slavery and establishment of free labor, Chiswell struggled to make his operations profitable.
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