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The Army and Navy Magazine The Army and Navy Magazine
Category Histories, and Military
Date 1800's
Location Algeria, and Germany
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T h is is a d ig ita l co p y o f a b o o k th a t w as p re s e rv e d fo r g e n e ra tio n s o n lib ra ry sh e lv e s b e fo re it w as c a re fu lly sc a n n c d b y G o o g le as p a rt o f a p ro ject
to m a k e th e w o rld ’s b o o k s d isc o v e ra b le o n lin e .
It has su rv iv e d lo n g e n o u g h fo r th e c o p y rig h t to e x p ire a n d th e b o o k to e n te r th e p u b lic d o m a in . A p u b lic d o m a in b o o k is o n e th a t w as n e v e r ...
A Tour of St. Louis; or, the Inside Life of a Great City A Tour of St. Louis; or, the Inside Life of a Great City
Category City, and Histories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Missouri
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HON. THOMAS ALLEN,
WHOSE
SCHOLARLY ATTAINM ENTS,. LIB ER A L ENDOW M ENTS, BOLD
CONCEPTION AND UNDAUNTED EX ECU TIO N
O F GRAND E N T E R PR ISE S,
HAVE CONSPICUOUSLY PROMOTED TH E GROW TH OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCE, AND MADE HIM A TRULY R E PR E­
SENTATIVE MAN, TH IS BOOK IS
CORDIALLY D ED ICA TED .
 PUBLISHERS’ NOTICE.
The work which wc now have the honor to offer to the public is
one which has cost us no little anxiety, labor and expense. We
flatter ourselves that our exertions have resulted in the production of
a volume which reflects no dishonor on the city from which it ema­
nates, and concerning which it treats. No similar literary under­
taking has before been attempted for the proud metropolis of the
Mississippi Valley.
We have taken special pains to describe only the distinctive^
representative commercial institutions of the city, those which reflect
the wealth and business of St. Louis, making the description histori­
cal in order to subserve the double purpose of preserving the record
of our individual interests, and to illustrate the sagacity and indom­
itable will which characterizes the West.
In canying ...
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1882 Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1882
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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T h is is a d ig ita l co p y o f a b o o k th a t w as p re se rv e d fo r g e n e ra tio n s o n lib ra ry sh elv es b e fo re it w as c a re fu lly scan n cd b y G o o g le as p a rt o f a p ro ject
to m a k e th e w o rld ’s b o o k s d isc o v e ra b le o n lin e .
It has su rv iv ed lo n g e n o u g h fo r th e c o p y rig h t to e x p ire an d th e b o o k to e n te r th e p u b lic d o m a in . A p u b lic d o m a in b o o k is o n e th a t w as n e v e r su b ject
to c o p y ...
Archives of Maryland, Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, April 1, 1778-October 26, 1779 Archives of Maryland, Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, April 1, 1778-October 26, 1779
Category Documents & Records, Government, Histories, and 1 moreState
Date 1700's
Location United States, and Maryland
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T h e trying winter of 1777-8 passed without any attempt on the part
o f H ow e to molest the army, weakened by sickness and desertion, in
cantonments at V alley F o rg e . In March, Count Pulaski, a distinguished
Polish officer who had offered his services to the patriotic cause and
been appointed brigadier general, undertook the formation o f an
independent corps o f horse and foot, known as Pulaski’ s Legion, or
“ the M aryland L e g io n ” (p. 3 4 1) . H e established his headquarters in
Baltimore, and the L e g io n was made part o f the M aryland contingent
in the Continental service.
D urin g this winter a treaty o f alliance had been concluded between
the United States and France, and in the spring a French fleet under
Count d’Estain g arrived to cooperate with the A m ericans, bringing
with them an ambassador, A le x a n d e r Gerard, accredited to the States.
On Ju n e 27, Sir H enry Clinton, who had succeeded H ow e, evacuated
Philadelphia, and m oving towards N ew Y o r k w as met ...
San Francisco Community College Agenda (July-Sept 1989) San Francisco Community College Agenda (July-Sept 1989)
Category Directories, and Organizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and California
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Bl8 - To record a $172 loss f r o m the Imprest C a s h Fund of the D o w n t o w n
C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e Center C a f e t e r i a and to t r a n s f e r $172 f r o m Food
S e r v i c e t o O u t g o i n g T r a n s f e r s to r e p l e n i s h t h e I m p r e s t C a s h F u n d
of the D o w n t o w n C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e Center C a f e t e r i a

B 1 9 " A u t h o r i z a t i o n t o (a) s u b m i t a n a p p l i c a t i o n f o r f u n ...
Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1600's, 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, Kentucky, United States, and 1 moreOhio
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“ A /\ proposes and God disposes.” There are
1 V I but few important events in the affairs of men
brought about by their own choice.
Although frequently urged by friends to write my
memoirs I had determined never to do so, nor to
write anything for publication. At the age of nearly
sixty-two I received an injury from a fall, which con­
fined me closely to the house while it did not ap­
parently affect my general health. This made study
a pleasant pastime. Shortly after, the rascality of a
business partner developed itself by the announce­
ment of a failure. This was followed soon after by
universal depression of all securities, which seemed
to threaten the extinction of a good part of the in­
come still retained, and for which I am indebted to
the kindly act of friends. At this juncture the editor
of the Century Magazine asked me to write a few
articles for him. I consented for the money it gave
me; for at that moment I was living upon borrowed
money. The work I found congenial, and I deter 8 PREFACE.

mined to continue it. The event is an important
one for me, for good or evil; ...
The North Carolina Historical Review 1930, 1-4 The North Carolina Historical Review 1930, 1-4
Category Church, Correspondence, Directories, and 9 moreDocuments & Records, Family & Biographies, Government, Histories, Military, Newspapers, Organizational, Periodicals & Magazines, State
Date 1700's, 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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The contrasts suggested by this entry in the Bethabara diary might
well furnish the subject of a great painting by a master hand. In
the background the forest primeval, where Indian and wolf and
panther scowled and howled and cried as the white man encroached
upon their ancient and hitherto vast domain. To right and left the
settlers, striving more or less energetically to develop farms amid the
privations and dangers of the frontier. In the midst a group of
Moravian Brethren, holding out the hand of friendship to red
neighbor and to white, singing hymns of faith and hope as ax and
grubbing hoe were wielded, bringing church and school, books and
music, commerce and medical aid to the very edge of the wilderness.
If this seems a large claim to make for them their records2 are
offered in evidence, where day by day the ministers made mention of
the trivial as well as the important happenings of life, never dream
1 Bethabara Diary, March 22, 1761. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina,

Vol. I, p. 238.

3 Books and papers belonging to the Moravian Church in America, Southern Province,
are assembled in the Salem Archive Building, under care of the archivist, Miss ...
Thomas N. Doutney, His Life-Struggle, Fall and Reformation Thomas N. Doutney, His Life-Struggle, Fall and Reformation
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, and Interviews & Personal Histories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and New York
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The epidemic of sudden disappearances developed early last fall,
and at first confined to bank-casliiers and municipal defaulters, has
now broken out among children. Scarcely .. week passes but that
some distracted parent reports her petted, golden-liaired child to be
missing. In some cases the little one remains away days, — nay,
even w eeks; in others the absence is merely transient, lasting not
longer than a few hours.
W ith the object of tracing this peculiar phase of New-York life,
a ‘kM orning-Journal ” reporter has investigated a number of cases
of missing children.
On Thursday last D r. A. Kettembeil, residing at One Hundred
and Sixty-first Street, reported at half-past seven o’clock at the
Thirty-third Precinct Station, th at his little daughter M ary, aged
eleven years, was missing. T he child was supposed to have been
accompanied by a schoolfellow of the same age, Maggie O'Rourke
by name.
Maggie is the daughter of M r. O’Rourke, employed at Ebling’s
brewery. Both children had attended the school of the Catholic
institution on One H undred ana Sixty-third Street, and had been to
school that day.
DR. KETTEMBEIL IN TE R V IE W ED .

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Yackety Yack University of North Carolina 1977 Yackety Yack University of North Carolina 1977
Category College, and Yearbooks
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) for renewal.

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We wanted to tell you the truth, but we weren't sure we knew it
ourselves. We wanted to strip Chapel Hill free of ...
List of Residents of Boston: Ward 19 (1939) List of Residents of Boston: Ward 19 (1939)
Category City or Area, Directories, and Voter Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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w Farnham Edgar T 108 mechanic 40 u
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X K im ball Elizabeth A — f 109 housewife 55
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Z M ancini Alfred 109 blacksmith 58 46 Symmes
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B M ancini Josephine— f 109 artist 24 46 “
C Smith Allen T 113 guard 33 here
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D Smith M ary T— f 113 housewife
E M cDonough R u th U 113 at home 21 u
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F M cDonough W illiam R 113 letter carrier 56
G Avery Leonard E 113 supervisor 27 104 Florence
H Avery Alary L — j 113 housewife 25 5 Stockton
K Cate Lois M — f 114 at home 26 here
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P Barbour Frederick T 117 accountant 23 u
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T M cCormick James E 121 retired 74
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The Argosy 1894 The Argosy 1894
Category Discourses & Writings, Histories, Periodicals & Magazines, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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r H I L E the events last recorded were working themselves out at
St. Oswyth’s, affairs at Withington Chase had not been at a
standstill.
Luigi Rispani, now known to the world under his assumed name
of Lewis Clare, had taken up his quarters at the Chase in his position
as Sir Gilbert’s grandson, while Giovanna, otherwise Mrs. Clare, his
supposed mother, was duly installed at Maylings, the house which the
Baronet had had specially fitted up for her occupancy.
Plain to the verge of ugliness as far as its architectural pretensions
were concerned, but roomy and homelike indoors, Maylings, which
dated from the era of the Second George, was far too large a domicile
for the limited requirements of Mrs. C lare; so much so, indeed, that
Sir Gilbert contented himself with having about half its number of
rooms furnished and made habitable. Its situation was somewhat
lonely, there being no other house within a quarter of a mile of it.
It stood back from the high road, fronting a huge clump of evergreens
and a small carriage sweep, but from the drawing-room windows in
the rear of the house one looked into a charming old-fashioned ...
The Ibis 1877 The Ibis 1877
Category Discourses & Writings, Histories, Periodicals & Magazines, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and Great Britain
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uunng me year, and to congratulate the Members of
the British Ornithologists’ Union on the excellent
quality and great interest of many of these communications.

It is, indeed, evident that great activity is now
prevalent in our favourite science, as in almost every
other branch of Natural History. Never before
were so many important publications on Ornithology
in progress, never were there so many workers engaged in collecting specimens and observing facts
in nearly every part of the world’s surface.

The Editors look forward with confidence for a
continuation of the support that has been accorded
them.

O. S.

P. L. S.

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care on account of its fragile condition.
The binding has been done as well as possible under existing conditions and will
give reasonable wear with proper opening
and handling.

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October 1877. PRINTED RYTAYLOR AND FRANCIS,
HDD LION COURT, FLEET STREET. PREFACE.

In concluding the first volume of a new series of
‘ The Ibis ’ the Editors beg leave to tender their
best thanks to those who have contributed to its
pages for the good supply of papers they have received
during the year, and ...
From a Surgeons Journal : 1915-1918 From a Surgeons Journal : 1915-1918
Category Journals, Military, and Service
Date 1900's
Location Europe, France, United States, and 1 moreUnited States
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Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, From 1638 to 1649, 1857 Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, From 1638 to 1649, 1857
Category County, Ethnic Group, and Histories
Date 1600's
Location United States, and Connecticut
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Resolved, That the secretary be authorized to purchase for the use of the state, two
hundred and fifty copies of the proposed publication of the Records of the Colony of
New Haven, prior to the union with Connecticut, transcribed and edited b y Charles
J. Hoadly, Esq. Provided, that such publication shall be authenticated b y the official
certificate of the secretary, as a true copy of the original record; and provided, also,
that the expense of the same shall not exceed two dollars and fifty cents per volume.

Resolved, That the copies so purchased be distributed as follows; one copy to the
town clerk of each town in this state, to be preserved in his office for the use of the
town; one copy to the governor, and to eacn of the state officers of this state; one
copy to the governor of each of the several states and territories of the United States,
to be deposited in their several state libraries; one copy to the library of congress;
one copy to the Smithsonian Institute; one copy to each of the colleges of this state;
tw enty five copies to Mr. Alexander Vattemare for international exchange; and the
remainder ...
Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1897 Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1897
Category Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, England, United States, and 4 moreIllinois, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island
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T h is is a d ig ita l co p y o f a b o o k th a t w as p re se rv e d fo r g e n e ra tio n s o n lib ra ry sh elv es b e fo re it w as c a re fu lly scan n cd b y G o o g le as p a rt o f a p ro ject
to m a k e th e w o rld ’s b o o k s d isc o v e ra b le o n lin e .
It has su rv iv ed lo n g e n o u g h fo r th e c o p y rig h t to e x p ire an d th e b o o k to e n te r th e p u b lic d o m a in . A p u b lic d o m a in b o o k is o n e th a t w as n e v e r su b ject
to c o p y ...
The Philadelphia Directory (1820) The Philadelphia Directory (1820)
Category City or Area, and Directories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
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Portraits
Banlc Xotes
Maps and Charts
Bills of Exchange
Bills of Lading
Registers
PoKevs
Labels for
Watch Papers
Heads of Bills

Cards
Address Cards
Hat Bills
Cloth. \

Cotton./

Webb - Lal>els
Snuff \

Seg*ar )

Music
8c Parchment  WHITE LY’S

PHILADELPHIA

ANNUAL ADVERTISER.

DANIEL DICK & CO.
Tobacco ‘and Snuff Manufacturers,

No. 49, SOUTH FRONT STREET,

Keep constantly on hand a large stock of the following
goods, which they offer for sale wholesale and retail.

Genuine Maccouba Snuff.

Rappee Snuff, various kinds.

Scotch do. Spanish Segars.

Spanish Segars, American wrappers.
American Segars. Smoking Tobacco.

Plug, Pigtail and Virginia Twist Tobacco.
Prime Cavendish do.

Snuff Boxes and Pipes.

With every article in their line. • ‘lUKi, lYi T. VV. DYOTT, |

Wholesale and Retail Druggist, &c.

Nos. 137 & 139, NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SECOND AND RACE STREETS,

PHILADELPHIA, \

Offers tor Sale or Barter, ¿it very reduced prices, a large and general assortment of choice and well selected \
Drugs ami Medicines, Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Colours, Window Glass, Vials, Bottles, ifc. <
with a variety of other articles usually called for. i

His extensive Stock, consisting chiefly of his own manufacture, or of goods purchased at the very lowest t
prices, for Cash, enables him to sell to ...
Studies in State Taxation With Particular Reference to the Southern States, by Graduates and Students of the Johns Hopkins University Studies in State Taxation With Particular Reference to the Southern States, by Graduates and Students of the Johns Hopkins University
Category Church, Documents & Records, Government, and 3 moreHistories, Society & Organization, Tax
Date 1800's
Location United States, Georgia, Kansas, and 3 moreMaryland, Mississippi, North Carolina
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The five essays contained in the present volume have a
common origin in a series of informal class reports prepared by students of the Johns Hopkins University in connection with a course of graduate instruction upon American commonwealth finance. With a view to supplementing
the inadequate material available, certain members of the
class undertook to examine and describe the finances of a
group of states. Each investigator selected his native state
or a state with whose economic life he was in a measure
familiar. The problem of taxation was made the central
point of investigation.

The results obtained were so interesting and significant
as to suggest presentation in more deliberate and detailed
form. Accordingly, additional material was gathered and
a uniform plan of statement was adopted. Accident or
circumstance prevented the completion of all of the studies
originally undertaken, but the five here published are typical both in character and in result of the entire inquiry.
Attention was centered, as will appear, upon the Southern
States—Kansas being, with respect to fiscal problems,
essentially within that category.

The essays will, it is hoped, prove useful as contributing
fresh and instructive material for the study of American
...
Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of the Rev. Christian Frederick Swartz : to Which Is Prefixed a Sketch of the History of Christianity in India Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of the Rev. Christian Frederick Swartz : to Which Is Prefixed a Sketch of the History of Christianity in India
Category Church, Histories, Interviews & Personal Histories, and 1 moreLetters
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Indiana
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cial influence of Swartz with the people of Tanjore—The
Madras Government expresses its high sense of the value of
his services—Female Orphan School, established by Lady
Campbell—Swartz requests the Society to receive his young
friend Mr. J. Kohlhoff as one of their missionaries. 42

CHAPTER XV.

Ordination of Mr. J. Kohlhoff—Adoption of a son by the
Rajah of Tanjore—He requests Mr. Swartz to become his
guardian, and manager of the country during his minority—
He declines, and recommends another plan—The Rajah accedes to it—His death—Reference of the succession to Tanjore, to the Governor General—Lord Cornwallis’s directions
—Sir Archibald Campbell sets aside the adopted son, and
places Ameer Sing on the throne—Advice of the Governor
to the new Rajah—Committee of Inspection dissolved—
Arrival of the Rev. Mr. Brown at Calcutta—Donation of
Ameer Sing to the Tanjore mission—Liberal support of provincial schools, by the Court of Directors—Consequent proceedings of the Governor and Council of Fort St. George,
and Mr. Swartz—Question respecting Castes—His conduct
with reference to this subject—Congregation at Palamcotta—
Letters to Mr. Duffin—Arrival of Mr. Joenicke as a mis...
Rusi and Brasseys Defence Yearbook, 1906 Rusi and Brasseys Defence Yearbook, 1906
Category Histories, and Military
Date 1900's
Location Italy, Japan, Russia, and 2 moreUnited Kingdom, Great Britain
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Dominion Medical Monthly Dominion Medical Monthly
Category Directories, and Professional
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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C a s e 1 .— C. S., female, aged 1 1 , consulted me in J u ly of last
year 011 account o f a scar-like patch 011 the left side of her chiu.
E n q u iry concerning fa m ily history elicited 110 fact indicating
predisposition to any disease. The patient has had measles and
whooping cough. X in e years ago she fell 011 a pair of scissors,
cutting her forehead just above and to the inner side of the right
eyebrow. Seven years since a white spot about a quarter o f an
inch in diameter appeared 011 the left side of the chin. Ir was
somewhat firm to the touch, and slightly depressed below the level
o f the surrounding skin. She dots not think that it was sur­
rounded by a violet border. A t times itching was present, and at
other times there was a dull pain in the region o f the diseased
area. D u rin g the next four or five years there was a gradual
extension of the p a tc h ; the surface became more depressed and
the color a brownish line.
At present the patch, situated 011 the left side of the chin, is
circular ...
Department of State Bulletin Oct-Dec 1949 Department of State Bulletin Oct-Dec 1949
Category Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, United States, and World
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Released to the press Released to the press by the U.S. delegation
by the W hite House September 23 to the United Nations September 23
I believe the American people, to the fullest ex­ I want to emphasize the four basic matters which
tent consistent with national security, are entitled were brought out in the President’s release this
to be informed of all developments in the field of morning. Those are: The President has stated
atomic energy. That is my reason for making the fact that there has been an atomic explosion
public the following information. in the Soviet Union. In the second place, the
We have evidence that within recent weeks an President has stated that we have been fully aware
atomic explosion occurred in the U. S. S. R. that sooner or later this development would occur
Ever since atomic energy was first released by and that in our thinking it has been taken into
man, the eventual development of this new force account. That is an important fact to remember.
by other nations was to be expected. This prob­ In the third place, the President has recalled what
ability has always been taken into account by us. ...
Rushbrook Parish Registers, 1567 to 1850, With Jermyn and Davers Annals Rushbrook Parish Registers, 1567 to 1850, With Jermyn and Davers Annals
Category Baptism, BMD, Burial, and 1 moreMarriage
Date 1500's, 1600's, and 1700's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Rasbrook and Rosbrook. There are some villages from which no families seem
to have taken their name, and there are other villages from which many have done
so. This may be an accident, or it may be owing to something in the circum ­
stances of the village. I have sometimes thought that villages which belonged to
religious houses have more often given rise to a surname than others. But very
close examination is needed before one can say for certain that it is so.
Passing on from the name of the place to its history, we may notice a good
instance of continuity. A family was there soon after the Norman Conquest who
took their name from it. There appear to have been three generations of de
Rushbrooks. From them it passed by inheritance to the Jerm yns, who clung to
it for 500 years. W hen the Jerm yns at last failed it passed more or less by inher­
itance to the D avers’s, who had it for 100 years. W hen the D avers’s failed it was
purchased by a family whose name was the name of the place, and who claimed to
be descended from the pre-Jermyn ...
The Glasgow Directory, 1822 The Glasgow Directory, 1822
Category City or Area, and Directories
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and Scotland
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Attending to this Notice 'will be found a great conveniency to the Trading Public, and enable the Publisher
to rnalce the Lists more complete.

INDEX.

Page. Page.
Magistrates and Council,.^ 5 Carters9 Fees, .. 25
Dean of Gufld Court, mm ib. List of Streets,... 25
Managers of Merchg$ÏJou 6 Names Omitted, 2 36
— Trade's* rftiiise. ih Justices of Peace, 239
Magistrates of Calton,..,.. 7 Constables, 240
Gorbals,.... Sheriff Officers, 241
Banks, Street Coach Fares, ib.
Public Offices, Packets and Traders upon 7 242
Fire & Insurance Offices,.. to Clyde and the Canals, £
Cess and Tax Offices, .. 14 Steam Eoats & Regulations, 245
Mail & Stage Coaches, Paisley and Monklarid 7 24 6
Managers of Police, &c.... Canal Boats, £
Porters’ Fees, ... .......... . 21 Billeting Soldiers, 247
Coal Porters, • 22 Carriers’ Quarters, 247 BSXÆi TABIeEe

Prom August 1822, ii# January 1824.

August, 1822.
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In Memoriam Elbert and Alice Hubbard In Memoriam Elbert and Alice Hubbard
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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LBERT HUBBARD looks down
on me as I write. From his
position on the wall of my room
it he smiles at me as ever. His
face is alive and full of the animation and hope and energy it
always had. I have never seen that face with
any other expression. Fate has been kind to me
and I have been spared the sight of the smile
he took to the other side. To me there has been
no death — no pallor—no memory of seeing him
in a sleep to be nevermore unbroken.

I know he has gone on his last little journey,
and that somewhere he is traveling the way sc*

His inspiration to me will forever hold me to
my task s* sc*

Alice Hubbard went with him, and it was just
as they would have chosen, hand in hand. There
could be no separation. With one purpose in life
here, there must be the same over there. God
was good to them.

Of what the world of earnest men and women
thought of them and of the inspiration they
furnished the world, only a little can be gotten
together in one small volume like this.

...
Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, With a Selection From His Letters and a Memoir Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, With a Selection From His Letters and a Memoir
Category Discourses & Writings, Family & Biographies, Histories, and 1 moreLetters
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and Great Britain
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And childish loves, and childish cares, and a child’s own
buoyant gladness
Came gushing back again to me with a soft and solemn
sadness;

And feelings frozen up full long, and thoughts of long ago,
Seemed to be thawing at my heart with a warm and sudden
flow.

I looked upon thy children, and I thought of all and each,
Of my brother and my sister, and our rambles on the beach,
Of my mother’s gentle voice, and my mother’s beckoning
hand,

And all the tales she used to tell of the far, far English land;
And the happy, happy evening hours, when I sat on my
! father’s knee,—

Oh! many a wave is rolling now betwixt that seat and me!

* This little poem was written the two following, from the * Rugby
when Arthur Clough was ill at Magazine,’ as a specimen of his
school, and from the window of earliest style, and as throwing some
his room had been watching Dr. light upon the thoughts that ocAmold’s younger children at play, cupied his mind at school.

It has been extracted, together with 4

POEMS OF ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH.

And many a day has passed ...