History, Genealogical and Biographical, of the Molyneux Families

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C. W. Bardeen, 1904 - 370 pages
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Page 287 - Lord, how manifold are thy works ! In wisdom hast thou made them all : The earth is full of thy riches.
Page 281 - And Samuel judged Israel all the days of his life. And he went from year to year in circuit to Beth-el, and Gilgal, and Mizpeh, and judged Israel in all those places.
Page 254 - Clarenceux in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant and by virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of us respectively granted do by these Presents grant and assign unto the said Edward Greenhill Amphlett, the Arms following that is to say...
Page 303 - Signed, published, and declared by the above-named Charles Dickens, the testator, as and for his last will and testament, in the presence of us (present together at the same time), who in his presence, at his request, and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.
Page 285 - Lazarus at the gate than to be the rich man "clothed in purple and fine linen, and faring sumptuously every day.
Page 302 - ... all the rest, residue, and remainder of my personal estate and effects whatsoever...
Page 200 - What do you think ? Here is good drink, Perhaps you may not know it ; If not in haste, Do stop and taste ! You merry folk will show it. On another pane appears the Major's name, Wm. Molineux Jr. Esq., and the date, June 24, 1774. The allusion is to Hawthorne's tale,
Page 254 - Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed Our names and affixed the Seals of Our several Offices this...
Page 308 - There they smoke tobacco till you cannot see from one end of the garret to the other. There they drink flip, I suppose, and there they choose a moderator, who puts questions to the vote regularly ; and selectmen, assessors, collectors, wardens, fire-wards, and representatives, are regularly chosen before they are chosen in the town.
Page 53 - Parliament by the commercial towns, sat also members who, in any other country, would have been called noblemen, hereditary lords of manors, entitled to hold courts and to bear coat armor, and able to trace back an honorable descent through many generations.

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