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" Notice is hereby given, that the new road from Campbell's station to Nashville, was opened on the 25th of September, and the guard attended at that time to escort such persons as were ready to proceed to Nashville ; that about sixty families went on... "
Nashville Business Directory - Page 167
by John P. Campbell - 1855
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The annals of Tennessee to the end of the eighteenth century: comprising its ...

James Gettys McGready Ramsey - Franklin (State) - 1853 - 744 pages
...Nov. 1188 I 28th, that " the new road from Campbell's Station to Nashville, was opened on the 25th September, and the guard had attended at that time,...would attend at the same place for the same purpose." The General Assembly of this year made further enact1789 \ mcnt;s, of a local character, for her western...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - Presidents - 1860
...time to escort such persons as were ready to proceed to Nashville ; that about sixty families went on, amongst whom were the widow and family of the...McNairy, judge of the Superior Court ; and that on the 1st day of October next, the guard will attend at the same place for the same purpose." A strong tide...
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Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren

William Osborn Stoddard - 1887 - 317 pages
...escort such persons as were ready to proceed to Nashville ; that about sixty families went on, among whom were the widow and family of the late General...and that on the first day of October next the guard will attend at the same place for the same purpose." How many of these emigrants set out with the new...
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Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine, Volume 1, Part 1

Thomas Edward Watson - 1907
...escort such persons as were ready to proceed to Nashville ; that about sixty families went on, iimongst whom were the widow and family of the late General...McNairy, judge of the Superior Court; and that on the 1st day of October next the guard will attend at the same place for the same purpose." This advertisement...
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Early history of Nashville

Lizzie Porterfield Elliott - Nashville (Tenn.) - 1911 - 286 pages
...ready to proceed to Nashville ; that about sixty families went on, amongst whom were the widow and the family of the late General Davidson and John McNairy, Judge of the Superior Court." Now with Judge McNairy were several young lawyers. One was a "tall young man," of whom we have often...
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