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Selections From the Writings of Fenelon. With an Appendix, Containing a Memoir of His Life Selections From the Writings of Fenelon. With an Appendix, Containing a Memoir of His Life
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1600's
Location Canada, and Canada
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No apology is necessary for giving anything to the
public from the pen of Fenelon. Such were the ele­
vation and liberality of his spirit, that it soared above
party, to diffuse itself over all the interests of humanity.
He was in spirit and in truth a Christian ; a lover
of God and man. His pure and expansive thoughts
could not in their nature be confined to any sect or
country.
It is true that he was not above all the prejudices
and influenced of education. Who is ? But his was
one of those pure and beneficent spirits, which from
their natures belong to the whole of mankind.
It is not contended that he has done as much as
some others to enlarge the limits of human science.
His political maxims were just and pure, and they
were fearlessly promulgated at the expense of his
highest temporal interests; and it is scarcely worth
consideration, whether he were as well acquainted
with all the rules of political economy, as others,
whose residence and situation gave them greater
IV PKEt’ACE.
advantages in that respect. It is not as a politician,
but as a Christian and a man, that we regard his
...
The Descendants of Richard Sares (Sears) of Yarmouth, Mass., 1638-1888 The Descendants of Richard Sares (Sears) of Yarmouth, Mass., 1638-1888
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1600's, 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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In the arrangement of the genealogical record, I have
mainly followed the plan adopted in the New England His­
torical Genealogical Register.
Each person by the name of Sears has his, or her, serial
number in Arabic figures, and family number in Roman nu­
merals.
The column of figures on the left margin of the page is,
from beginning to end, the general enumeration, and when any
such number is starred, the asterisk denotes reference to a dis­
tinct paragraph or chapter further on, where a more full account
of the individual and his family may be found. This applies
to all in the male line who are known to have married, and
whose issue 1 have recorded.
By the plan adopted, the different branches of a family of
the same generation are grouped together, so that their connec­
tion may be readily seen, and individuals are placed as by right
of primogeniture.
To trace the ancestry of any individual Sears, you have only
to take the number at the head of the chapter or paragraph,
and turn back to the same number in the margin, and you will
there find his parentage, etc., and the same process continued
will take ...
A Memoir of the Rev. C. Colden Hoffman, Missionary to Cape Palmas, West Africa A Memoir of the Rev. C. Colden Hoffman, Missionary to Cape Palmas, West Africa
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, and Letters
Date 1800's
Location Liberia, United Kingdom, England, and 2 moreUnited States, New York
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BIRTH-EARLY LIFE--FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF RELIGION-CON­
NEXION WITH THE CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION, NEW
YORK - - - - - - - page 1



C H A P T E R II.
1839.

DECIDES ON STUDYING FOR THE MINISTRY-MENTAL ANXIETY
IN CONNEXION THEREWITH - - - page 27



CHAPTER III.
1839 a n d 1840.

WITHDRAWS FROM HIS DECISION TO STUDY FOR THE MINISTRY SEASON OF SPIRITUAL DARKNESS - - page 38



C H A P T E R IV.
1841 — 1843.

GROWTH IN GRACE-ILLNESS-DECIDES FOR THE SECOND TIME
TO STUDY FOR THE MINISTRY — REMARKABLE OUTPOURING
OF THE SPIRIT DURING PASSION-WEEK - - page 60
Vlll CONTENTS.

CHAPTER V.
1845 — 1848.

ENTERS THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, ALEXANDRIA— HIS CAREER
AND CHARACTER WHILST THERE---- TESTIMONY FROM HIS
fe llo w -s tu d e n ts - page 79



C H A P T E R VI.
1846 — 1848.

DECIDES ON BECOMING A MISSIONARY----OFFERS HIMSELF TO THE
FOREIGN COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS, AND IS
ACCEPTED---- OBJECTIONS OF FRIENDS-----READY CONSENT OF
HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS - - - page, 118


C HA PTE R VII.
1848.

ORDINATION---- VISITS THE CPIURCHES-----ENGAGEMENT TO MARRY
BROKEN O FF---- CHEERFUL VIEWS OF MISSIONARY LIFE.
page 159


CHAPTER VIII.
SKETCH OF THE COLONY OF LIBERIA---- MISSIONARY ORGANIZATION
OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN AMERICA--- ...
Remains of the Rev. Carlos Wilcox: With a Memoir of His Life, 1828 Remains of the Rev. Carlos Wilcox: With a Memoir of His Life, 1828
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and Connecticut
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progress in knowledge. The writer of this Memoir has
heard from the school companions of Mr. Wilcox, anecdotes
of his childhood, when the little stripling took and retained a
station at the head of the school, while his competitors were
far his superiors in age.
Until between the ninth and tenth year of his life, he had a
good constitution, and was unusually active and efficient in af­
fording that assistance to his father, which could be expected
from such a youth. At this period he gave himself a wound
in his knee with an axe, which was followed by consequences
felt to the day of his death. By taking cold in his wounded
limb, it was seized with a violent inflammation, and for ma­
ny months his pain was intense.
During the months and- years of suffering that succeeded,
he discovered a mildness of temper, maturity of reflection,
and manliness of conduct, which made lasting impressions
on the minds of those who saw him ; and one of his physi­
cians, though he saw him only occasionally, was so interested
in his demeanour and in the nobleness of mind which he ex­
hibited, that he named his first son after ...
An Advanced History of Great Britain From the Earliest Times to the Death of Edward VII An Advanced History of Great Britain From the Earliest Times to the Death of Edward VII
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1100's, 1200's, 1300's, and 7 more1400's, 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, 1800's, 1900's, Pre-1000
Location United Kingdom
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1. T h e r e are few surviving written records of the doings of man in
the British Islands which are much earlier than the Christian era.
Y e t the modern sciences of geology, archaeology, and philology prove
that these islands had been the dwelling-place of human beings for
many centuries previous to that period. The earliest certain evidence
of the existence of man in Britain is derived from
the discovery of large numbers of rudely shaped flint ™hlc AgeT
implements. Some of these have been found in the
gravels of river drifts, and others in the caves where early man
made his dwelling. A few skulls, discovered along with such primi­
tive tools, show that the dwellers in this remote age were of a low
intellectual type. Y e t the survival of a rude but spirited drawing
of a horse on a flat piece of bone indicates that these savages had
the rudiments of an artistic sense. The age in which they lived is
called the paleolithic, or old stone age. There is little proof that
the men of this age had any connection with the later races which
successively inhabited Britain.
2. Many ages passed away, and ...
Catalogue and Announcements of the Southwestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tenn 1904-1905 Catalogue and Announcements of the Southwestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tenn 1904-1905
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 2 moreProfessional, Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Tennessee
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G overnm ent,
The U niversity Is under the joint direction of the Synods of A labam a,
Louisiana, M ississippi and Tennessee. E a c h Synod elects two directors,
and one alternate D irector who m ay act in the absence of either of the
principals. The B oard of Directors thus constituted, and h av ing for its
President the Chancellor, ex officio , has entire control of the institution, and
the Synods receive the reports of their several directors and exercise
authority and control through these Directors. In the interim between the
meetings of the Board of Directors, an Executive C om m ittee, com posed of
the Chancellor, secretary and Treasurer, ex officio^ and two other mem bers
of the Board, has charge of all matters p ertaining to the finances of the
U niversity and of other matters ca llin g for im m ediate action, this co m m it­
tee’s action being only provisional, however, and subject to the approval of
the Board at its next m eeting. The President and Secretary of the Board
are m ade the the custodians of the securities and other personal property.
The Board m akes ...
Necrological Notice of Dr. Philip Syng Physick Necrological Notice of Dr. Philip Syng Physick
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
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FELLOW OF THE KING AND QJJEEn’s COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS IN IRELAND, MEMBER
OF THE ASSOCIATION OF THE FELLOWS AND LICENTIATES
OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS,

AND FORMERLY PHYSICIAN TO THE DUBLIN GENERAL DISPENSARY.

CONTAINING

DISEASES OF THE ENCEPHALON,

WITH EXTRACTS FROM

OLLIVIER’S WORK ON DISEASES OF THE SPINAL CORD AND ITS
MEMBANES.

PHILADELPHIA :

HASWELL, BARRINGTON, AND HASWELL,

293 MARKET STREET.

1838.

••V : *.

• •

••• NECROLOGICAL NOTICE

OF

DR, PHILIP SYNG PHYSICK

DELIVERED BEFORE

5The American philosophical âocirts,

MAY 4, 1838.

BY

W. E. HORNER, M.D.

PROFESSOR OP ANATOMY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, ETC., BTC.

PHILADELPHIA:

HASWELL, BARRINGTON, AND HASWELL. SUMMARY.

PAGE

Preamble,.....................................................5

Personal History,.................................................6

Distinction...................................................7

Birth and Parentage.............................................ib.

Governor John Penn..............................................ib.

American Army...................................................ib.

Education...................................................ib.

Study of Medicine.................................................8

Fondness for Mechanical Arts....................................ib.

Introduction to Anatomy.........................................ib.

Study of Cullen.................................................ib.

Repairs to London.................................................9

John Hunter . . . •............................... ib.

St. George’s Hospital...........................................ib.

Graduates..................................................... .10

Begins Practice.................................................ib.

Yellow-fever of 1793 ib.

Philadelphia Dispensary..........................................11

Pennsylvania Hospital...........................................ib.

Yellow-fever of 1798 ib.

Presentation of Plate...........................................ib.

Inscription ....................................................12

Marriage....................................................ib.

Philadelphia Alms House ........ ib.

American Philosophical Society..................................ib.

Professor of Surgery ........ ib.

Resigns Surgery ......... ib.

Appointed Consulting Surgeon to the Institution for the Blind . ib.

Professor of Anatomy ........ ib.

President of Medical Society .....*. ib.

President ...
The Tower, The Stout University University of Wisconsin, 1913 The Tower, The Stout University University of Wisconsin, 1913
Category College, and Yearbooks
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Wisconsin
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who proved their loyalty by a generosity
which opens to us the privileges and opportunities of Stout, and who watch with
deepest interest for the successful issues
of all our activities, the class of Nineteen
Hundred Thirteen dedicate this volume. Table of Contents

Dedication ------ 7

Greetings ------ 9

Faculty - - - - - 11

Seniors - - - - - - 19

Juniors - - - - - - - 51

Literary ------ 65

Athletics - - - - - - 75

Organizations - - - - - 101

Humorous - - - - - - 123

Calendar - - - - - - 124

Stout Gossip - - - - - 137

Alumni - - - - - - 155

Stout Graduates - - - - - 158 Greetings:

To all who turn the pages of this hook
You commissioned us its makers, and
u)e have fulfilled our trust.

It has not been the creation of a single
hour. One hundred days in chaos, one
hundred more in evolution, and now we
present to you this silhouette of your Stout
Achievements.

Perfection is not its claim, for We acknowledge its defects. But if in perusal
you find enjoyment today, and, tomorrow
a pleasure in reminiscence, then our ...
Annual Report, Stewartstown, New Hampshire, 1944 Annual Report, Stewartstown, New Hampshire, 1944
Category City, Directories, Histories, and 1 moreOrganizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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Officers
Moderator
C H E S T E R D. N O Y E S
Town Clerk
B E A T R I C E I. A L L E N
Selectmen
G E O R G E M. W E E K S W A L T E R H. H A Y N E S
D A R W IN M. B R O O K S
Treasurer
C L A U D E J. B A K E R
Auditors
J O S E P H GAM A C H E L O U I S C. DAY
C H E S T E R D. N O Y E S
Supervisors
L O U I S C. DAY RAY W. P L A C Y
HAROLD BROOKS
Overseer of Poor
W H E A T L E Y A. COOK
Road Agents
LEONARD W H EE LE R H A R L E Y D. B U N N E L L
J. K E N N E T H L Y N C H W IL L IE OWEN
MAX C A R N E Y
Board Health
SELECTM EN DR. JO H N M. ...
The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1800's
Location United States, and South
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JEFFERSON D AYIS,
1881.
 THE WOMEN OF THE CONFEDERACY,
WHOSE PIOUS MINISTRATIONS TO OUR WOUNDED SOLDIERS
SOOTIIED THE LAST HOURS OF THOSE
WIIO DIED FAR FROM THE OBJECTS OF THEIR TENDEREST LO Y E;
WHOSE DOMESTIC LABORS
CONTRIBUTED MUCH TO SUPPLY THE WANTS OF OUR DEFENDERS IN THE FIELD
WHOSE ZEALOUS FAITH IN OUR CAUSE
SHONE A GUIDING STAR UNDIMMED BY THE DARKEST CLOUDS OF W A R ;
WHOSE FORTITUDE
SUSTAINED THEM UNDER ALL THE PRIVATIONS TO WHICH THEY WERE SUBJECTED
WHOSE ANNUAL TRIBUTE
EXPRESSES THEIR ENDURING GRIEF, LOVE, AND REVERENCE
FOR OUR SACRED DEAD ;
AND
WHOSE PATRIOTISM
WILL TEACH THEIR CHILDREN
TO EMULATE THE DEEDS OF OUR REVOLUTIONARY SIRES;
fylyzzz Images art jUi>uat.e&
BY THEIR COUNTRYMAN,
JEFFERSON DAYIS.
  PEEFACE.

The object of this work has been from historical data to
show that the Southern States had rightfully the power to
withdraw from a Union into which they had, as sovereign com­
munities, voluntarily entered; that the denial of that right was
a violation of the letter and spirit of the compact between the
States; and that the war waged by the Federal Government
against the seceding States was in disregard of the limitations
of the Constitution, and destructive ...
Annual Report of the Town of Enfield, New Hampshire 1964 Annual Report of the Town of Enfield, New Hampshire 1964
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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A R T IC L E 2. To see if the Town will vote to authorize
the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes, the
sums so borrowed to be paid before the end of the fiscal year
in which the debt was incurred .

A R TIC LE 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize
the Selectmen to sell or lease any or all such parcels of real es­
tate acquired by the Town through T ax Collector’s deeds for
non-payment of taxes, or any or all parcels not in public use,
or required for public use; and to authorize the Board of
Selectmen to execute and deliver, in the name of the Town,
suitable deeds or leases of such real estate, subject to such
conditions or restrictions as m ay be voted by the meeting.

A R T IC L E 4. T o see if the Town will vote to raise
the sum of $999.77 for Town Road Aid, and to receive the
sum of $6,665.10 from the State, or act thereon.

5
 A RTIC LE 5. To see of the Town will vote to accept
the sum of $100.00 from Sadie J. Palmer, the income there
from to be used ...
Nature a Weekly Illustrated Journal of Science Mar.-Aug. 1912 Nature a Weekly Illustrated Journal of Science Mar.-Aug. 1912
Category Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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subjects are f a r more questionable than the view comparison with other a v e r a g e s sim ilarly ob­
which he presents of oceanic life and fishery tained. B u t when it is used in the fram in g of
operations. fishery regulations, its non-substantive character
In the second section of the book— and it is should be plainly realised, the more so since minor
this which m akes the w o rk so unusually complete— leg islatin g bodies are a lw a y s only too anxious to
he deals with the human side of the industry ; with shelve their responsibilities on their scientific
the fishermen as an integral part of i t ; with social advisers.
life on the coast, the chief fishing* ports, boats Prof. Herubel affirms that the flounder is
and g e a r , fishermen, profits, and distribution. adult {i.e. can reproduce itself) at 3 J in., the sole
Here his recommendations rest on a sounder basis. at 5 ^ in., the turbot at 5^ in., ike. T h e a v e r a g e
The scandalous toll taken bv the middleman and sole m ay be adult at 5 ^ in. ; ...
The Kelly Clan The Kelly Clan
Category Family & Biographies, Family Trees, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, Kentucky, Oregon, and 1 moreVirginia
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T h e facts a n d in c id e n ts her ein r e c o r d e d c o n c e r n i n g the
fa m il y of T h o m a s Ivelly, w h o s e a n c e s t o r s lived in I r e l a n d
but w a s h i m s e l f b o r n n e a r P h i l a d e l p h i a a b o u t the m id d l e
of the e i g h t e e n t h c e n t u r y , w e r e g a t h e r e d at di ffe re n t times
an d p l a c e s ; an d , w h ile m e a g e r e n o u g h as to m a t t e r an d
detail, will y e t p r o v e of v a l u e ...
The Zenith, High Point College, 1935 The Zenith, High Point College, 1935
Category College, and Yearbooks
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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He is a civic leader, a lawyer, a business executive, a scholar, an educator, and a irien d of High
Point College. B ecause we th in k. of Kim as a
successful personality, —- a man who has made
the most of his opportunities and whose achievements are evidence enough that he has been true
to the ideals that college students on all college
campuses hold to be the highest, we respectfully
dedicate the 1935 Zenith to

0. ARTHUR KIRKMAN o

A G T W U I!

KICK

A N P I! E S E N T I N G

Tower-top, pigeon s eye view of campus
life; a panorama of all that High Point
College means to us—of limping basketball
heroes . . . chem lab odors . * . mixed barroom melodies from McCulIoch * . , cars
passing on the highway , , , "peanuts for
sale" in the lobby . . < ten o'clock bell at
Woman's . , , cocky-capped freshmen , . .
the gym scoreboard . * . Coach's "Hi-Po'"
blowing about in the wind . , , pipe-smoke
and talk and sandwiches at the Store . . ,
the fountain looking aimless; Sunday afternoon strollers . . . bulletin board gazers . . .
and thumb-hoisting star gazers . . . the
eagerly awaited postman; Old Yadkin s
victory ring . . . Roberts Hall about sundown • , . the tall ...
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1865 Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1865
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United States, and South
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Annual Reports of the Town of East Kingston, New Hampshire 1954 Annual Reports of the Town of East Kingston, New Hampshire 1954
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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8. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen
to use a sum of money from cash on hand to install a
parking lot in back of Town Hall.

9. To transact any other business that may legally
come before this meeting.

Given under our hands and sea] this 17th day of
February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and
fifty-five.
CHARLES W. MONAHAN,
RALPH B. WEST, JR.,
FREDERICK L. SMITH,
Selectmen of East Kington.

A true copy of Warrant— Attest:
CHARLES W. MONAHAN,
RALPH B. WEST, JR.,
FREDERICK L. SMITH,
Selectmen of East Kington.
 EAST KINGSTON TOWN REPORT 7



Budget of the Town of East Kingston, N. H.
Estim ates of Revenue and Expenditures fox’ the Ensuing Year
January 1, 1955 to December 31, 1955. Compared with Estim ated and
Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures of the Previous Year
January 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954.
Estimated Actual Estimated
Revenue Revenue Revenue
SOURCES OF REVENUE Previous
Year
Previous
Y ear
Ensuing
Year
1954 1954 1955
From State:
Interest and Dividends T a x .......... .... $ 1,000.00 5 1,016.47 $ 1,000.00
Railroad Tax ..................................... 400.00 500.00 500.C0
Savings Bank T a x ............................. 50.00 16.08 16.00
Reimbursement a/c State and
Federal forest lands ................... 10.00 10.00 10.00
Reimbursement a/c Exemption of
Growing Wood and Timber 65.19
tCash Surplus ..................................... 6,032.07 5,947.63
From Local Taxes Other Than
Property Taxes:
(a) Poll Taxes—...
The Gospel Messenger (1899, No. 1-51) The Gospel Messenger (1899, No. 1-51)
Category BMD, Church, Death, and 6 moreHistories, Local or Place, Marriage, Obituaries, Periodicals & Magazines, Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United States, United States, and World
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cou n try’s altar, the philanth ropist to his generous NEW Y E A R THOUGHTS.
cannot clear our skirts without m aking a strong ef­
work, the free man to the tem p le o f liberty, the
fort to g iv e them the pure G osp el. A soul in A m er­
friend to the altar o f frien d sh ip , the lo ver to the B Y J . E , BLO U G H .
ica is worth as much as in In dia or China, and m ay
side o f the b elo ved . It strength ens all o f those. be converted at sm aller expense.
T he human soul seem s to be a m igh ty harp that N ew Y e a r ! W hat a volum e o f m eaning is Manassas, Va.
.harm s the w orld. T h e human v o ice is the on ly couched in those two w ords! One more y ear of our
perfect instrument made. It lasts the lo n g e st; it needs short lives is gone and has borne its report to eter­
TH E ...
Daily Colonist, Jan 18, 1903 Daily Colonist, Jan 18, 1903
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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Provisions shiu Marti, ldzunii Maru and
guchi Maru, connecting with the Great
Yuiun Northern system. The busiucss increas­
from tho Sound with a cargo of lumlx
from Port Ludlow for Delagoa Hay.
Q-UADRA R ETU RN S.
ed rapidly and soon the last named ves­

M a r t. sel was replaced Iby tho steamer Tosn
'.Maru, which is 1,500 tons larger. Then
W. T. HARDAKER ,
AUCTIO NEER
(lie service was further improved about
a year ago by the addition of three
larger and more modern passenger and
The D. G. S. Quadra arrived in port
vesterday afternoon from her Northern
Any man who wants a good suit and who would like to keep half or a
third of his money, had better come and see what’s going on here this week.
freight steamers, and with tlie To*a cruise as far as Naas, with Mr. Mouat, There isn’t anything to look out for. No, sir, not at this store. The clothes
!Maru, Kinshiu Marti, (Uiojun ,Maru, the returning oflicer for the Burrard are as good as they look. To anybody, who isn’t happy with his bargain, our
Big Combine B ro a d S tre e ...
The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal 1826 The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal 1826
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 2 morePeriodicals & Magazines, Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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MISCELLANEOUS-----HISTORICAL------BIOGRAPHICAL----- DES C R IPT IV E O f
R E M A R K A B L E PLACES AND S C E N E R Y ----R E L A T I N G TO T H E
4


A R T S — SC IEN TIFIC — PO ETICAL— ANI) AMUSING.



VOL. I.

OCTOBER, 1825, TO APRIL, 1826.




WORCESTER:
PRINTED FOR THE PUBLISHERS, by ROGERS & GRIFFIN.

1826.
 INDEX.

TAGE. PAGE.
Alleghanies, 1 Bradford, visit of, to Masassoit, 110
Androscoggin, 2 Bond, William 282
American history, 16 Brown, Gen. 188
Ayer, Ebenezer 26 Bowditch, Nathaniel 201
Asten, Abiel 26 Bowdoin, James 201
Ashburnham, Mills of Assabet, 87 Bartlett, Josiah, memoir of 214
89 „Burial grounds, 275
Agriculture, system of in Canada, 106 Bass, Joseph, of Leicester, 353
Albany, settled 112 hazardous expedition of 353
Agawam, or Ipswich, 131 Brown, Bartholomew 379 380
Alexander, brother of Philip, 161 Bailey, Isaac 379 380
Anthony, St. miracle of 172 Blood, Dr. Oliver II. 379 380
Atlantis, island of Abraham, heights of 176 Brooks, Jabez 379
177 Chamberlain, John 23
Algonquins, seat of 179 Chaudiere river, 66 104
Anne, Queen war of 193 Canadians, manners of 69 102
Abenaki, language of 194 Coral Islands, 70
Act, incorporating Worcester Co. 195 Chickopee, 89 116
Adams,«Samuel 203 Caldcleugh, 100
Africa, travelling in 219 Census of the County, 111
Ashes, spontaneous combustion of 225 Columbus, 112
Animal plant, 228 -Charlestown, settled, 112
Aspidium Barometz, 228 Concord, settled, 113
Aunsocamug, Mary 273 Connecticut, settlement began at 113
Aquitticus, John 273 Church members, privileges of 115
Ben Nevis, ...
Twice Born, or, the Two Lives of Henry O. Wills, Evangelist .. [electronic Resource] Twice Born, or, the Two Lives of Henry O. Wills, Evangelist .. [electronic Resource]
Category Interviews & Personal Histories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and United States
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To make an effort, by the grace and undei
the direction of God, at demonstrating the uses
to which He intended money should be applied

What are those uses ?

As He has revealed them to me, any measures,
however crudely or with whatever elaborateness
they may be prosecuted, which have the salvation of mankind and the glorification of His
holy kingdom, are proper uses to which to appty
money.

How do I hope to accomplish such ends
through the publication of this volume?

Because I have faith that the story it tells
will bring to others now in the clutches of the
devil, the new and beautiful life which, praise
God, has been bestowed on me. 8

PREFACE.

Because I have faith in God’s love of business.
He helps those who help themselves.

No man has a right to ask for or expect to get
something for nothing.

I want money to enable me to enlarge my
work and ability to do service, and I do n’t want
to get that money in a way which would be unfair to God or man. Believing that this volume—
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Old Santa Fe : a Magazine of History, Archaeology, Genealogy and Biography Old Santa Fe : a Magazine of History, Archaeology, Genealogy and Biography
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, Journals, and 2 morePeriodicals & Magazines, State
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and New Mexico
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T h e Story of t h e S anta R it a C opper M in e J ohn M. Sully
A n c ie n t Tem ple of t h e Sun in the M esa V erde J. W alter F ew kes

E d it o r ia l , N ecrology, etc.



NUMBER 11—JULY, 1916

T he Jo u rn a l of Jo h n G r e in e r , E d ite d , w i t h N o te s a n d I n t r o d u c t io n
b y A n n i e H e l o i s e A b e l , P h .D. ( Y a l e ) , A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s o r o f H i s ­
t o r y in S m ith C o lle g e
A n I m p o r t a n t B o o k o n t h e H is t o r y o f t h e S o u t h w ...
Vernons City of St. Thomas Street, Alphabetical, Business and Miscellaneous Directory Vernons City of St. Thomas Street, Alphabetical, Business and Miscellaneous Directory
Category City, City or Area, Directories, and 1 moreHistories
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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The Publishers, in presenting their Fifth Edition of the
City of St. Thomas Directory, wish to thank their patrons for
the liberal support they have received.

Every means has been taken to render the work accurate
and up-to-date in every detail. The Directory will be published annually.

HENRY VERNON & SON,
Head Office, Hamilton, Ont.

GENERAL INDEX

Abbreviations , 2
Advertiser’s Index . .250
Alphabetical Directory .. ...70
&b&r’d of Health,. 241
.&ar^j of Education , 241
‘Business 'Directory .219
C&urches *¿7 244

City Officials . 241
Clubs and Associations . ...248

County Officials ...242
Educational .. .242
Fire Department ...241
Government Officials .... ...245
Hospitals, Homes, etc.... ...245
Military . . .242
Miscellaneous Directory . ...240
Police Department ...241
Public 'Library ,242
Societies , , ,245
Street Directory ...17 BOUCHER

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ST. THOMAS

STREET DIRECTORY

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ADA ST, runs from
south end of West
av to Wilson

2 McKellar Graham
4 Vacant
6 Vacant
8 Gilbert Jno A

ALEXANDRIA AV,
east side, from 999
Talbot to limits

7 Jones David J
13 Wilford Geo
15 Chippenden Hy
17 Tierney J J
21 Simpson Robt
25 Kelso Hugh
29 Wilcox John W
33 Marlow Owen
35 Tallon John K
37 Vacant
41 Davidson Wm
43 Kennedy David
45 Campbell Alex
53 Stewart A A
69 McKellar N C
71 Greenwood Danl
♦Redan st crosses

ALEXANDRIA AV,
west side
♦Malakoff st ...
Annual Reports of the Town of Bradford, New Hampshire 1960 Annual Reports of the Town of Bradford, New Hampshire 1960
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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APPOINTIVE
D eputy T ow n Clerk
Lillian S. Frey

Police Officers
S. Jay George, Chief
Lester A. Witham Arthur F. Valley
Richard L. Scribner Richard McLeod

Overseer o f P ublic W elfare
S. Jay George

B allot Clerks
(Appointed by Selectmen)
Mildred H. Gunscheon, Rep. Dana C. Sanborn, Rep.
Benjamin N. Johnson, Dem. Vernon F. Hall, Dem.

Librarian
(Appointed by Library Trustees)
EfTie M. Craigie
 Town of Bradford o


Fire D epartm ent
(Elected from within the Department)
Nelson C. Spaulding, Chief
Robert A. Moore, Deputy Chief
Carroll Butman, Deputy Chief
Lester F. Hall, Treasurer Beachley Wolfe, Clerk
Board of Fire Wards
Nelson C. Spaulding
Edwin E. Westerberg Harlan G. Cummings
Forest Fire W arden
Nelson C. Spaulding
Surveyors of Wood and Tim ber
Walter A. Heselton
Jan ito r of Town Hall
Harmon T. Douglass
H ealth Officers
Arthur F. Wright, M.D.
Anne A. Wasson, M.D.
Members of the Planning Board
Bernard M. Woods, Selectman
James W. Gunscheon ’61 Edwin E. Westerberg ’62
C. Albert Bischoff ’62 Carl H. Danforth ’62
Frank A. Wise ’63 Richard R. McLeod ’63
Beachley Wolfe ’63
6 Town of B ra dford




SELECTMEN’S REPORT FOR 1960


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The Post-Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1906-1907 The Post-Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1906-1907
Category City or Area, and Directories
Date 1900's
Location Europe, United Kingdom, and Scotland
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The Funds of the Life Department are not liable for obligations under the Fire Department,
nor are the Funds of the Fire Department liable for obligations under the Life Department.

GLASGOW BRANCH OFFICE—102 ST. VINCENT STREET.

LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

SIR CHARLES TENNANT, Bart., of the Glen, Chairman.

John J. Coats, Esq. (A. J. & A. Graham, Writers).
James Muirhead, Esq. (Baird Smiths, Muirhead &
Guthrie Smith, Writers).

Thomas Alexander, Esq., Merchant, Glasgow.
Local Manager— DAVID L. LAIDLAW.

LIFE DEPARTMENT.

Life Policies issued -for Quinquennium ending

3tst December, 1905, assuring gross - - £10,165,960.

Ninety per cent, of Life Profits divided amongst the Assured on the Participating Scale.

ANNUITY DEPARTMENT.

Annuities (Immediate, Contingent, or Deferred) are granted on favourable terms.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

Net Fire Premiums, 1905, ------ £1,940,195.

Property at Home or Abroad Insured at the Lowest Rates corresponding to the Risk.

BURGLARY DEPARTMENT.

The Company is now prepared to issue Policies insuring the contents of Private Residences
and Business Premises against Burglary, etc.

No Auerage Clause. Moderate Rates. Losses Promptly and Liberally Settled.

Prospectuses and Rates on Application.

Chief Offices { 84 Princes Street.

I LONDON—61 Threadneedle Street, E.C.

President,
Vice-President,

HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND, K.G.

THE MOST HON. THE MARQUESS OF ZETLAND, ...
Memoir of John Cotton Memoir of John Cotton
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1600's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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