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Uriah Every

1759 Westchester County, New York, USA
1841 West Shokan, Ulster, New York, USA

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Miriam Hill
1771 – Nov 1855

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7 Oct 1809 – 15 May 1872

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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation (Volume 2) - Page 283


170 ANNICEEIS, opinion, it not sufficient to satisfy reason ; bnt we most accustom ourselves to the best things, on account of our innate vicious inclinations. That a friend is not to be entertained only for useful or necessary ends, nor when such ends fail, to be cast off, but out of an intrinsic good will; for which we ought likewise to expose ourselves to trouble and inconvenience. Although these philosophers, like the rest of that sect, placed the chief end and good of mankind in pleasure, and professed that they were grieved at the loss of it, yet they .affirmed, that we ought voluntarily to subject ourselves to pain and trouble out of regard to our friends.1 ANNIUS, or according to his epitaph, which Bayle follows, NANNIUS (John), commonly called Annius of Viterbo, where he was born about 1432, was a Dominican friar, and highly respected among his brethren for his extensive knowledge of Greek, Latin, and the oriental languages. He was also a zealous preacher, and his re- putation having reached Rome, he was invited thither, and received with great respect by the members of the sacred college, and the popes Sixtus IV. and Alexander VI. This Last conferred upon him in 1499, the honour able situation of master of the sacred palace, -vacant by the promotion of Paul Moneglia to the bishopric of Chios. Annius, however, had some difficulty in preserving the favour of characters so profligate as Alexander, and his son Caesar …

Memoirs of Her Late Majesty Caroline, Queen of Great Britain : Embracing Every Circumstance Illustrative of the Most Memorable Scenes of Her Eventful Life, From Infancy to the Period of Her Decease : Interspersed With Original Letters and Other Documents, Hitherto Unpublished : Likewise a Faithful Account of Her MajestyS Illness, Last Sayings, Lamented Death, Funeral Procession, &c. &c. (Volume 1) - Page 227


QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. 199 Douglas, and which I now produce, and have marked with the letter (C) both on the envelope and the enclosure. John Douglas. Sworn before us at Lord Grenville^ house in Downing* street, June the first, 1806. Erskine, Grenville, Spencer, Ellenborougf A true copy, J. Becket. DEPOSITION OF ROBERT BIDGOOD. I have lived with the prince twenty-three years in next September. I went to the princess m March, 1798 , and have lived with her Royal Highness ever since. About the year 1802, early in that year, I first observed Sir Sidney Smith come to Montague-house. He used to stay very late at night. I have seen him early in the morning there, about ten or eleven oclock. He was at Sir J. Douglass, and was in the habit, as well as Sir John and Lady Douglas, of dining or having luncheon, or supping there almost every day. I saw Sir Sidney Smith one day in 1802, in the blue-room, about eleven oclock in the morn- ing, which is full two hours before we expected ever to see …

History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts : containing carefully prepared histories of every city and town in the county (Volume 2) - Page 510


434 HISTORY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY. years. To his careful management and foresight trustees, was employed, her instructions being con the institution is chiefly indebted for. its present fined solely to the female classes. She was justly funds. During his long administration they regarded as an accomplished teacher, but she held increased nearly or quite threefold. The acad that position in the school only two successive emy had no wealthy patrons like its neighbor summer seasons. and rival institution at Groton, but depended J o h n Wright, Esq., was a native of Westford, a for the increase of its means on small but care son of Mr. Nathan W right, born in 1797. lie fully husbanded accumulations. I t was the aim fitted for college at Phillips' Academy, Andover, of the treasurer to save something from the annual and graduated at Cambridge in 1823. He came interest of the funds to be added to the principal, to Westford, and took the place of the late Judge and almost every year's report showed some in Charles P. Huntington, who had been preceptor crease in their amount. The trustees had implicit for 1822 2-j. After two years service he went confidence in his integrity, fidelity and skill, and to Groton, studied law, and practised a few years, rarely, if ever, interfered with his plans. During then became agent of the Suffolk Mills, in Lowell. this long period his …

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