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Page 714 - ... principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of...
Page 809 - As he passed from Staten Island to New York, the bay was covered with gay barges decorated with streamers ; and when the beautiful fleet shoved away, the bands struck up, " Where can one better be, than in the bosom of his family...
Page 966 - The best dish they could present their friends with was a lobster, or a piece of fish, without bread or anything else, but a cup of fair spring water.
Page 853 - Ohio from Pennsylvania. Jesse Grant, who had worked as a tanner for the father of the afterwards noted Abolitionist, John Brown, started in business for himself at Ravenna, but removed to Point Pleasant, and...
Page 986 - Vert a saltire engrailed argent. Crest : A dexter arm in armor proper garnished or holding in the hand a spear in bend sinister point downwards proper.
Page 1010 - There is the very original package. And with some sense of humiliation, with a mortification that I do not pretend to conceal, with a sense of outrage which I think any man in my position would feel, I invite the confidence of fortyfour million of my countrymen while I read those letters from this desk.
Page 760 - Great Britain, Colonel Dearborn, with his companions in arms, who had survived the fatigues, hardships, and dangers of the war, returned to the pursuits of private life. In June, 1784, he removed from New Hampshire to Kennebeck, in Maine.
Page 540 - He then entered the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania, from which institution he graduated in March.