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Daily Colonist, October 14, 1885 Daily Colonist, October 14, 1885
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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house and a monthly allowance of $100 found” i’n thirty-five years of continuous Old BaoAo St.. and ifl P * il Mall
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transpired that Doran, while in W in ­
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bank, and was a defaulter to
EXHIBITION & FOR SALE
amount of S I,560. The deticiency
been made good by the grandfathe J’or sale by all DriiffijUts.
well as a similiar ...
Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and Its Neighbourhood, on Subjects Interesting to the Author, and to Them Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and Its Neighbourhood, on Subjects Interesting to the Author, and to Them
Category Letters
Date 1700's
Location United Kingdom, England, United States, and 1 morePennsylvania
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Of my Right to treat oJ SubjeBs of civil Policy, and
the Advantages I have had for acquiring Knowledge of this Kind. - - 11

LETTER IV.

Of what I have done with Refpeti to the Politics of
this Country. - - 16

LETTER V.

Of the intercepted Letters, and of the French Revolution. - - - 22

LETTER VI.

Of the Style of Abnfe in the Writings of Mr. Cobbct, alias Peter Porcupine. - go

LETTER VII.

Of my Religion. - - gg

A Defence of Mr. Cooper and myfelf in anfwer to
a grofs mfreprefentation of an Application to the
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INHABITANTS

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NORTHUMBERLAND

AND ITS

NEIGHBOURHOOD.

LETTER I.

Of my Situation as an Alien.

My Friends and Neighbour¡,

WHEN any perfon becomes an object
of more fufpicion than he wilhes to lie under, he naturally appeals to thofe who have had the belt opportunity of knowing him ; and if they be latisfied with
refpe6t to his conduit, it is the beft means of fatisfying
others. This unpleafant chara&er of a fufpettcd perfon,
hoilile to the country in which ...
Old Nineteenth Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A. June, 1861 - April, 1865 Old Nineteenth Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A. June, 1861 - April, 1865
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, Military, and 3 moreMilitary, Service, Soldiers, Veterans, Prisoner Rolls & Lists
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Tennessee
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npO the survivors, and in memory of the dead of the Nineteenth Tennessee
Regiment, C S. A.. who, through sunshine and storm, summer’s heat
and winter's blast—whose bed, often was the frozen ground, and whose cover
was the beautiful white snow—the many hardships endured and the privations
of army life suffered, all for loved ones at home and their loved Sirnny South,
is this book respectfully dedicated by

THE AUTHOR.

Knoxville, Tenn., January 10, 1902. PREFACE.

This is not a history of the “late war,” or of the Confederacy. The
reader of this modest volume .will need to keep in mind the fact the author
proposes to confine himself, historically, to what one regiment of Tennesseeans did in the civil war. He will find a simple and truthful statement of
facts, without comment or criticism, without bitterness or exaggeration. Himself an honest and faithful soldier, the author tells in a straightforward way.
what he and his comrades of the Nineteenth Tennessee regiment did and suffered in that cruel war. There is no reference to the long line of social and
political influences which led up to the painful necessity on the part of the
Southern people, ...
Annual Report, Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1931 Annual Report, Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1931
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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Moderator
J. RALPH GRAHAM
Town Clerk
CHARLES GILMAN
Tax Collector
HARRY G. CLOUGH
Treasurer
SAM W. LAKE
Selectmen
WILLIAM W. WHEELER GEORGE D. PEVERLY
FRANK L. LAIRD
Auditors
CHARLES O. THURSTON ROBERT FRAME
Trustees Trust Funds
ALVAH H. BLAKE CHRISTINE BRUNANDER
CECIL STEWART
Supervisors of Check List
CHAS. EMERY MORRILL CAMILLA HILDRETH
RAYMOND GLINES
School Board
CHARLES O. THURSTON FRANK L. BROWN
AMY SCALES
Road Agent
MERRILL S. RANDALL
Constable
G. L. TALLMAN
Health Officer
G. L. TALLMAN
Trustees of Library
ROBERT FRAME HERMAN R. COLBY
KENNETH B. POPE CAMILLA HILDRETH
ERIC BASCOM
 CANTERBURY TOWN REPORT 3


W A R R A N T FO R T H E A N N U A L T O W N M E E T IN G

T H E STA TE O F N EW H A M P S H IR E
T o the Inhabitants o f the Tozvn o f Canterbury in the County
o f M errim ack in said S ta te , qualified to vote in T o w n
A ffairs:

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You are hereby notified to meet at the Tow n Hall in said
Canterbury on Tuesday, the tenth day of M arch next, ...
Life and Character of Edward Oliver Wolcott, Late a Senator of the United States From the State of Colorado Life and Character of Edward Oliver Wolcott, Late a Senator of the United States From the State of Colorado
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and Colorado
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First Proposal by Mr. Wolcott Looking to General Co-operation—Report on the Operations of the Wolcott International Commission—National Bonds as Related to Silver
Coinage.

THE WAR WITH SPAIN

PAGE

569

Recognition of Cuban Independence—War Revenue—The
Peace Treaty of Paris—Succeeding Insurrection in the
Philippines. CONTENTS

MISCELLANEOUS SENATE SPEECHES

In Opposition to the Force Bill—The Venezuelan Boundary
Dispute as Affected by the Monroe Doctrine—Friendship
for England—Politics and Anti-Option—Criticisms of the
Harrison Administration—Removal of the Southern Ute
Indians from their Reservation in Colorado.  the United States Senate  MR. WOLCOTT'S FIRST CONGRESS

WHEN at high noon on the 4th of March, 1889, Mr.
Wolcott took the oath of office as a Senator of
the United States from Colorado, the nation entered upon the 101st year of its legislative history. That
was the date of the beginning of the Fifty-first Congress, and Mr. Wolcott was destined to serve until the
close of the Fifty-sixth Congress, two Senatorial terms,
or almost an eighth of the Second Congressional century.
He was just past forty years of age, and the youngest
Senator in the Chamber was his junior by only a month.
He came from a State ...

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