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Sentinel printing Company, 1921 - Sullivan (N.H.)
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Page 808 - One half the income from this Legacy, which was received in 1880 under the will of JONATHAN BROWN BRIGHT of Waltham, Massachusetts, is to be expended for books for the College Library. The other half of the income is devoted to scholarships in Harvard University for the benefit of descendants of HENRY BRIGHT, JR., who died at Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1686.
Page 808 - University for the benefit of descendant* of HENRY BRIGHT, JR., who died at Watcrtown, Massachusetts, in 1686. In the absence of such descendants, other persons are eligible to the scholarships. The will requires that this announcement shall be made In every book added to the Library under Its provisions.
Page 1617 - This book is a preservation photocopy. It was produced on Hammermill Laser Print natural white, a 60 # book weight acid-free archival paper which meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (permanence of paper) Preservation photocopying and binding by Acme Bookbinding Charlestown, Massachusetts CD 1995 The borrower must return this item on or before the last date stamped below.
Page 943 - Prince of Wales, gives the following exposition of the nature of the English kingship : " A king of England cannot at his pleasure make any alterations in the laws of the land, for the nature of his government is not only regal...
Page 1169 - ... Munroe, born in Scotland, came to America in 1652. William, of the fourth generation, was a proprietor of the famous Munroe's Tavern in Lexington, where the British stopped and ordered their drinks, when marching into that town on the memorable nineteenth of April, 1775. His litlte daughter, Anna, sat on the counter and passed the drinks, which Mr. Munroe, predicting that they would call for that purpose, had requested his wife to mix, when he left the house to join his townsmen, to assist in...
Page 901 - ... a justice of the peace and a representative to the General Court 1851-2, and was a captain of light infantry; was unm.
Page 1223 - ... Mass. Both families had descendants in Sullivan. The ancestor of James Phillips came from Ireland, and Jonathan Powell was the son of an Englishman who came to America before the Revolution. James Nash was an early settler in Weymouth, Mass. ; his descendants in Sullivan have been many in number. Godfrey Nims, the first known of the name in this country, first appears as a lad (Sept. 4, 1667) in Northampton, Mass., where he was punished for some slight youthful misdemeanor. He was of French origin,...
Page 894 - Philadelphia, as a mining engineer, and as a special student in chemistry and geology, in the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the faculty of the Central High School of Philadelphia. He m. Kllenora Martin and has a son, Oscar Sedgwick Carter".
Page 1087 - ... 1728, had fourteen children. He was a prominent man of affairs ; was in the Revolutionary War; was also in the Massachusetts legislature. He was a farmer and land surveyor ; he moved to Sullivan and many of his descendants have lived here. One of them. Dr. John Locke, was an eminent scientist, and was the inventor of the celebrated "electro chronograph" clock, for which Congress voted him $10.000 in 1849 for the use of the instrument in the Naval Observatory.
Page 1107 - Congress voted him $10.000 in 1849 for the use of the instrument in the Naval Observatory. Hugh Mason, a tanner, and one of the first settlers of Watertown, Mass., at the age of 28, with his wife Esther, aged 22, emigrated from England in 1634. The descendants of the first Mason family in Sullivan would form a small township all by itself. Charles Mason lived many years upon the homestead in Sullivan ; he was one of the most influential men of the .town; was a justice of the peace and quorum throughout...

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