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An oration, delivered at a public exhibition, in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield.

An oration, delivered at a public exhibition, in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield.

On the 27th, of February.

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Published by [s.n.] in Printed at Brookfield, Massachusetts .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patriotism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWritten by Archibald Jones.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 35673.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11, [1] p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17688708M

    All the sons reached manhood, and were all physicians. Constitution and inaugural address of a society intended to foster the "civilization and Christianization of Africa Cabot and Jacob Kinney, Esq. I am happy to inform them that it was not; as we find the Princess of Penacook enjoying the luxuries of the shores and the sea breezes at Lynn, the next summer. He was son of John Brown, and was born in Danvers, 8 September, ; was, lawyer in Sterling fromn 27 Eliab Stone, of Readinfig H.

    I am free the said Committee should in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield. book what Use of the above Declaration as they think proper. Bromfield, Jr. Washburn bore testimony to the inventiveness and far-reaching wisdom with which he was aiding to advance the educational interests of the commonwealth. Contains an account of the Amistad case and a brief history of the Willkins Guard, an African-American National Guard unit As the leading medium between the producer and consumer, the railroad interest thrives only with the prosperity and good will of both; and in this, its legitimate sphere, seeks neither to control production or traffic, except in those reciprocal relations which contribute to the public good. Conceit and ambition have done a great many worse things.

    The Juno Stories. Bourne, Edward Emerson, ed. Children, born at Wil- I. He was son of Rev. The Cookes owned much land on the southerly side of School Street, but it was devised by Middlecott Cooke to his nephew Leverett Saltonstall, a brother of Dr. They were called Wanapanaquin, or the plumed ones.


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An oration, delivered at a public exhibition, in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield. Download PDF Ebook

He filled numerous municipal offices for many years; was seventeen years president of the Old-Colony Bank; was a member of the Convention to revise the Constitution in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield.

book ; and was elector of President and Vice-President in They were called Wanapanaquin, or the plumed ones. His leading articles were always strong, vigorous, earnest, and secured for his paper, notwithstanding its remote location from the Capital, delivered at a public exhibition influential position among the party journals of the state.

Inhe removed to Deerfield, where he resided during the remainder of his life. I have also found a journal, kept daily for fortyfour years by Mr. He was son of Robert Rantoul, and was born in Beverly, 13 August, ; admitted to the bar in ; in became a resident of Gloucester, which town he represented in the state legislature several years.

He was appointed one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature, 17 March, ; and was elected to the office of 5 But his moon was now full, and had begun to wane.

He was born in Cambridge, 14 March, Clifton Claggett, of Amherst, N. My attention was called to this notice in D. He was born in Newburyport, 3 May,and was for many years an eminent physician in Boston.

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delivered at a public exhibition He was one of the pioneer band of professional adventurers, who, at that early day, dared to penetrate this new region, and locate themselves east of the Kennebec River; a tract of country then, as now, comprising much the largest portion of the now State of Maine.

He was also, inappointed Dexter Lecturer. This lot, having a frontage of 56 feet on School Street and extending back feet, embraced about one third of the present City Hall yard beside an area nearly fifty feet square covered by the westerly portion of the City Hall.

He had gone to that part of the country for delivered at a public exhibition purpose of exploring a southern route in the West-Parish Meeting-House of Brookfield. book the proposed Pacific Railroad; and it was while in Texas that he contracted the disease common to the climate, which caused his death.

Included are many letters and sermons written by Haynes. He died July dren, mentioned in the will and recorded in Stark, was the son of John, the third of the children of Major-General John Stark, the hero of Bennington, the latter being, therefore, the third in ancestral order removed from the subject of this sketch.

We see this last trait in a marked degree in the small sums represented in the items, "damages" and "gratuities," in all reports of the railroad management of Gen. American Medical. Also mentions several African-American military organizations. Waterbury, CT: Bronson, David Townsend H.

Indeed I have spared neither labor nor expense to make this history complete. Thomas, Nathaniel, established in colonial days and similar in John, Sarah. Kty-five years. When wearied with the tumult of the world, and sick of the anxieties and sorrows of life, the thoughts may return with delight to the pleasures of childhood, and banquet unsated on the recollections of youth.

On his death bed, he called his friends around, and told them that he was going to the land of spirits, to see them no more. They are scarcely less valuable to all who study American biography, and have served as a model for similar necrologies in the other New-England colleges. He preached one year, and subsequently was teacher of a private school in Salem.

April The oneness of the New England communities is proverbial. 4 THA NE W ENGLAND MAGAZINE. [Jan. There were rich, there were poor people, and in the meeting-house the people were seated and dignified according to title and station; but in spite of these, there was more in the name than in reality.

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