The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 50 (Google eBook)

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New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1896 - New England
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Vols. 37-52 (1883-98) include section: Genealogical gleanings in England, by H. F. Waters.
  

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Page 71 - God sifted a whole nation that he might send choice grain over into this wilderness...
Page 102 - Dartmouth College conferred upon him the honorary degree of master of arts.
Page 442 - ... and friendship to North America and its liberties have not been misrepresented, I persuade myself you may, consistently with your own safety, promote and further this scheme, so as to give it the fairest prospect of success.
Page 231 - ... age of sixteen he went to New York, and entered the office of Dr. Amos G. Hull, an eminent physician of that day. He was graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York, in 1838. He began the practice of medicine in Newburgh, on the Hudson. In 1848 he removed to Albany, and in 1865 to the city of New York. During his residence of almost twenty years in Albany, he acquired a large practice, and became a leader among physicians of the homoeopathic school. He was one of the founders...
Page 102 - ... Granville Evelyn, of the 4th regiment of the "King's Own." Mr. Potts gained important information concerning the battle of Lexington, for this volume. The authors of several other books published in England give credit to Mr. Potts for securing very valuable materials for their use from America. He was a member of the American Philosophical Society; the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; the Numismatic and Antiquarian" Society of Philadelphia; Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia ; Sons...
Page 172 - John Aldersley was the father of four children, all of whom were living at the time of his death. In 1882 he conveyed a certain parcel of land, known as tract No. 1, to three of his children — Ellen Williams, Edwin and William K. Aldersley — in trust for the benefit and use of his son James, who is the decedent in this estate. On June 10, 1889, John Aldersley made a second conveyance of another...
Page 441 - Britain hath prohibited the exportation of arms and ammunition to any of the plantations, and endeavoured to prevent other nations from supplying us : Resolved, That for the better furnishing these colonies with the necessary means of defending their rights, every vessel importing...
Page 538 - America, which were given, devised and bequeathed to me in and by the last will and testament of...
Page 449 - I thank you for the proof sheets you inclosed me : such papers cannot fail to produce the best effect, they inform the thinking part of the nation...
Page 442 - Bermuda, where there is a very considerable magazine of powder in a remote part of the island ; and the inhabitants are well disposed not only to our cause in general, but to assist in this enterprise in particular.

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