History of Beaver Springs, Penn'a, and centennial souvenir book: Published in commemoration of the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the town. 1806-1906 (Google eBook)
Aurand printing and publishing house, 1906 - Beaver Springs (Pa.) - 136 pages
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A. M. Aurand A. M. Smith Adam Adamsburg aged April Bachman Beaver Springs Beavertown Benfer Bowersox charge Charles Daniel daughter David Getz died Dreese elected Elizabeth ereeted farm father Felker George GEORGE BILGER Getz Greenhoe Gundrum Hassinger Helfrich Henry Mick Isaac J. B. Spangler James John John Snook June K. C. Walter Keller Kempfer Kline Knepp Laub Lepley Lewistown living located Lodge Lutheran church Manbeck March married Mary McClure mercantile business Middleburg Middleswarth Mifflin county mile mill Miller Mitchell months Northumberland county pastor Penn Pennsylvania Pontius present public schools Rauch Reformed church Regt resides Reuben Dreese Samuel Sarah Schambach Selinsgrove Sept served Snook Snyder county Specht Spring township Sunbury Sunday school superintendent term town trade Troxelville Ulsh Union county union was blessed W. J. Klose Wagner wagon West Beaver township Wetzel wife William Youngman
Page 1819 - ... you shall be governed by laws of your own making, and live a free, and, if you will, a sober and industrious people. I shall not usurp the right of any, or oppress his person. God has furnished me with a better resolution, and has given me His grace to keep it. In short, whatever sober and free men can reasonably desire for the security and improvement of their own happiness, I shall heartily comply with, and in five months resolve, if it please God, to see you.
Page 1819 - I have great love and regard toward you, and desire to win and gain your love and friendship by a kind, just, and peaceable life...
Page 1819 - Governour that comes to make his fortune great. You shall be governed by laws of your own makeing, and live a free, and if you will, a sober and industreous People. I shall not usurp the right of any, or oppress his person.
Page 1819 - Let every house be placed, if the person pleases, in the middle of its plat, as to the breadth way of it, that so there may be ground on each side for gardens or orchards, or fields, that it may be a green country town, which will never be burnt, and always be wholesome.
Page 1820 - I will not do as the Marylanders did, that is, call you children or brothers only; for parents are apt to whip their children too severely, and brothers sometimes will differ ; neither will I compare the friendship between us to a chain, for the rain may rust it, or a tree may fall and break it, but I will consider you as the same flesh and blood with the Christians, and the same as if one man's body were to be divided into two parts...