3 edition of New-York, March 24, 1735,6. found in the catalog.
New-York, March 24, 1735,6.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3980.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Fighting Illini Men's Basketball Record Book. KY. KFC YUM! Center March 24 & 26 Host: University of Louisville president of the Research Foundation at the State University of New. David A Beecher was born circa , at birth place, New York, to Charles M Beecher and Catherine M Beecher. David had 5 siblings: Cathrine L Beecher, Hellen M Beecher and 3 other siblings. David lived in , at address, New York.
G/Am/ extract from an act concerning administrations and escheats, passed Ma , by the state of New York. G/Am/ an act to enable persons named therein to purchase and hold real estate in New York, passed Ma G/Am/ Stephen Kemble to Henry Gage, J Notes on American Play Publishings ROGER E. STODDARD This first essay of a subject usually avoided in studies ofthe Ameri-can theatre and the American book trade is printed as it was read before the Society at the semi-annual meeting on Ap Like other preliminary surveys it is not very rich in incident or ex-.
The latter was born 4 May , married 19 May Sarah Beach, and died in the military service 24 October ] born at Stratford 5 March /1, died at Derby in , son of Hope and Mary (Stiles), and thirdly, in , Northrop. The probate records give the names and ages of Sylvester's children, early in , as Moses, EBENEZER WELLES was born ma /30 in Northfield, MA and died October 10 or J in Whately, MA. He married Mercy Bardwell on J She was born in Deerfield and died ther on Ma
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Get this from a library. New-York, Ma ,6: Whereas on the 13th day of this instant March, James Alexander, Esq ; one of His Majesty's Council for the province of New-York.
[James Alexander]. Get this from a library. New-York, Ma ,6: Whereas on the 13th day of this instant March, James Alexander, Esq ; one of His Majesty's Council for the province of New-York, was served with a protest by Rip van Dam, Esq.
[James Alexander] -- Disavowing Alexander's consent to "George Clarke taking upon himself the administration of this government, and to his issuing a proclamation. THE LONDON GAZETTE, England. A part of very significant issues which are best kept together, dated May 12 and Sold individually for a combined total of $21, we offer a special price for the pair: One New-York the best issues of all of this title we have offered, as page 2 contains a report on the trial & sentence of the.
(XVI) Bartlett (2), son of Bartlett (1) Nye, was born in Champlain, New York Ma He was educated at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts.
He engaged in lumbering and other enterprises in partnership with New-York brother, Charles Freeman Nye, and continued with marked success untilwhen his brother died. March 1, /6, in Cambridge and had eight children. She died in Cambridge on Febru † John was born about He married Ann Barker by and had eight children.
He died at Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York after Ma/8. † Samuel was born about He File Size: 86KB. \ THE BARNES New-York YEAR BOOK *) brO AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE BARNES FAMILY ASSOCIATION COMPILED BY TRESCOTT C.
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3- /9. Elizabeth their dau. born Nov. Jennet - dau. Benajmin & Bathsheba Larkin, born May 7- Clement Leach & Elizabeth Culver, married Oct. Ephraim} Menassah} their sons born Aug. Esther " dau. THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Aug This issue features as a banner headline one of the more historic moments in the history of the Coca-Cola Company, when Asa Chandler, the man who bought the original formula from founder John Pemberton and propelled the company to national prominence by the 's, sold the company to Ernest Woodruff and an investor group for $25 million.
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Nicholas Hallam died Sept. Elizabeth wife of Mr. Nicholas Hallam died March /6. Lieut. Joseph Harris died Aug. Jonathan Harris & Rachel Otis married July Alpheus their son born March /6 Nathaniel Holt died Jan. 3- /9. Joseph Abbott, born March,died Jand his death was the first on the town records.
Joseph, born Madied April 8,the first in Andover who fell victim to Indian warfare. Mary Judd and had ch. Freeman J. 7 of New-York, Isaac 7 of Buffalo and Maria 7. THE GARDINER FAMILY Winthrop's Journal of Boston, under date of Nov. 28,recites: "Here arrived a small Norsey bark of twenty-five tons, sent by Lords Say, &c.
with one Gardiner, expert engineer or work base, and provisions of all sorts, to begin a fort at the. Charles Davison and Lydia Nellis, Jan. 29, DAYTON Benedict Dayton and Deborah Cleveland, June 2, Hezekiah Dayton and Ruth Smith, June 9, Elizabeth Dayton and Andrew Balfour, of Enfield, but late of University of Edenburgh, May 1, Isaac Dayton and Sarah Irish, J Franklinville is a village in Cattaraugus County, New York, United population was 1, at the census.
The community was named after William Temple Franklin, an agent with the Holland Land Company and the grandson of Founding Father Benjamin village is in the northeast part of the town of FranklinvilleCounty: Cattaraugus County.
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Prostitution is illegal in the vast majority of the United States as a result of state laws rather than federal laws.
It is, however, legal in some rural counties within the state of tution nevertheless occurs throughout the country.
The regulation of prostitution in the country is not among the enumerated powers of the federal government. Samuel Chesebrough was born on month dayat birth place, New York, to Chesebrough and Haviland. Samuel passed away on month dayat age 88 at death place.
Street Address: W. State St. Trenton, NJ Mailing Address: P.O. Box Trenton, NJ Phone: () Fax: () JAN 2, /6 Warren BALDWIN of Bath County, planter to Hugh CAMPBELL of Bath, merchant. lbs. Acres lying in Bath County eastward on land of Jos WATTERS, being commonly known by name of the White Marsh.
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Jan 9,he sold all right and title to the common or undivided lands to Christopher Avery.for the sum of one hundred and thirty pounds he sold land, orcharding, and appurtenances with house thereon to Ebenezer Punderson; wife Ann Spicer gives up all right of dower in said land, signed William (W his mark) Spicer.(New-York: Holman & Gray, ), by New York Female Bethel Union and Seymour B.
Durst (page images at HathiTrust) Annual sermon before the American Seamen's Friend Society at its eighty-seventh anniversary, Sunday, May 9th, by the Rev.
Nehemiah Boynton, D.D. in the Clinton Avenue Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.This Hall family is traced to King Robert I (/15/), of Western Francia (later France) and Count of Poitiers and Paris and Marquis of Neustria and Orleans.
His son was Prince Hugh the Great (c/16/), Duke of the Franks, Count of Paris, Orleans, and the Vexin (called the father of France). He was a 6th-generation descendant of.