4 edition of The Daily news carrier boys address to their patrons, January 1st, 1881 found in the catalog.
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The "Daily news" carrier boys' address to their patrons, January 1st, we come once more. "Daily news" carrier boys' address to their patrons, January 1st, [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: OCLC Number: Notes: Printed ephemera.
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 34 x 22 cm. McCormick's almanacs for At the City Book Store. Charles j Stevens & Son,pposite the Bell-tower. Y.3I. The monthly business meeting of the Young Mens Christian association will 1881 book held in their hall on Friday evening January 14th, at 7 o'clock.
~Nathaniel Hawthorne (–), “The Sister Years,” Carrier’s Address to Patrons of the Salem Gazette, January 1st It’s not what you eat between Christmas and New Year’s that matters—it’s what you eat between New Year’s and Christmas that counts.
~William A. Canady, in Boca Raton News, December 25th. The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.)JanuImage 3, brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Program for a performance by Mary Louise Clary, contralto, at the Armory, Cornell University 3 no. 1 [n.d.] "Contract and The Daily news carrier boys address to their patrons for Building Section _ _ _ of the Sewerage System of the City of Ithaca, New York" 3 no.
2 "Report on Plans for Sewering and Draining the City of Ithaca, N.Y.; Made to the Board of Sewer Commissioners. The Daily Astorian. [volume] (Astoria, Or.)FebruImage 3, brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
An address delivered before the patrons and pupils of the Buffalo female academy [FACSIMILE] [Charles Edwin, [from old catalog] West] on *FREE* shipping The Daily news carrier boys address to their patrons qualifying offers. FACSIMILE: Reproduction An address delivered before the patrons and pupils of the Buffalo female academy [FACSIMILE] Originally published by BuffaloAuthor: West, Charles Edwin, [from old catalog].
Ithaca pamphlet collection, Collection Number: D and illustrated "Carrier's address" booklets of light poetry delivered to subscribers annually by carriers of the Ithaca daily journal. Also included is an early pamphlet written in defense of Cornell University, titled The Cornell University: what it is, and what it is not.
Sarah Ray Sarah Ray in England & Wales, Death Index, Sarah Ray was born circa Sarah passed away in monthat age 66 at death place. “They soon lose their perfume,” replied the sombre Old Year.
“What else have you brought to insure a welcome from the discontented race of mortals?” ~Nathaniel Hawthorne (–), “The Sister Years,” Carrier’s Address to Patrons of the Salem Gazette, January 1st. An Address Delivered at Raleigh, North Carolina, December 20th, [Pepper, Rev.
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Mary Riley was born circaat birth place, to Thos Riley and Mary Riley. Mary had 3 siblings: Robt Soury and 2 other siblings. Mary lived inat address. Sunday, Aug ITITC-I v I. THE LEA VEKWORTH TIMES: SUNDAY KG, AUG u c.
J o tk'l ti T IM KB. Kitablil ied 1H The oldest, largest. cheaDeet. boat ud I be leading. The address, like the journal, was neat, clean, bright, instructive and entertaining. Its reception was warm and therefrom the carrier boys reaped a handsome hardest.
These boys are active and intelligent and there are many who fail to realize the difficulties of their work. It. What they desire is a to have a first-class building within the limits of $10, constructed there, and then proceed among their own people to greatly increase the number of their books.” (Another mystery of the six-year news blackout around the Carnegie application: the amount of our request doubles!) Carnegie’s Bertram Replies.
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Read Lincoln Daily State Journal Newspaper Archives, Dec 5,p. 3 with family history and genealogy records from Lincoln, Nebraska Carrier boy's address to the patrons of the Adrian Times and Expositor, The. Adrian Times and Expositor Times and Expositor Broadside From Harris Collection RPB Minutes of the thirty-third annual meeting of the Lenawee Baptist Association and Sunday school convention, held with the First Baptist Church of Claxton, June 4th and 5th, 28p.
(title page) Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33D United States Colored Troops Late 1st S.C. Volunteers Susie King Taylor 82 p., ill. Boston Published by the Author Call number T (Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University Libraries).
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charge of their being White Boys [secret society], they were surrounded near the Ovens, within six miles of this city, by many hundreds of affecting to be their friends and patrons. For such a "swinish multitude" there _is_ some excuse; but for. Their heroic story is told in the Ken Burns documentary Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War () and a companion book with the same name by Artemis Joukowsky, their grandson.
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Map pop-ups added for several of the December 22nd. The Agitator, Wellsboro, PA, Janu Birmingham is Mercantile Appraiser Thomas J. Birmingham, for many years a mail carrier and at one time Postmaster at Morris, has been appointed Mercantile Appraiser for Tioga county by Auditor General Warren Roberts.
The Wellsboro Gazette, Thursday, Octo Attains High Office in P.O. For those of you who want to visit the Museum of the Soldier, it is located at East Arch Street, Portland, Indiana, and is open on Saturday and Sunday, – in November, and by appointment Their email address is [email protected] Jim Waechter’s cell phone number is “The Seaman boys went backup to their house and hitched the horses to a big, handmade sled and took me to their house.
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Collingswood Charity Fall Brawl coincides with Restaurant Week to combat hunger in South JerseyAuthor: Tammy Paolino. Janu - The Syracuse, Geneva & Corning railroad company are putting up a telegraph line over their road between Corning and Geneva. (Havana Journal) Janu - On Tuesday of last week the mails were sent over the Syracuse, Geneva and Corning Railroad for the first time.
This will be a great convenience to people residing near. In the census, when Eliza Boultbee was living in Members Mansions, 36 Victoria Street, S.W. London (her address in her book and her book), with Joyce Visger Lloyd (), a sixteen year old deaf girl who was born in Assam, and was presumably a private pupil.
Her grandfather was Major-General Francis Thomas Lloyd, R.A.,who. Carrier's annual address to the patrons of the Davenport gazette for January 1, The Carrier's Christmas and New-Year rhymes to the patrons of the American Presbyterian.
Catalogue of articles in the Machinery Department: to be sold at public sale on Friday morning, July 1st,at 11 o'clock, at the Great Central Fair Building. American children’s periodicals, This bibliography—with an introduction—is available as an ebook from Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and [ NOTES: Unless noted, page size is the size when trimmed, usually for binding; page size is approximate.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Invitation, To: New I.C.B.U. Society, April 19 These materials are owned by the American Catholic Historical Society and maintained at the Catholic Historical Research Center of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHRC) Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, PA For more information please.
This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does. Old Newspaper stories and photos from the 's An old mate and Wests supporter has given me a truckload of old newspaper clippings and programs from the s and 70s.
I have just spent the last 9 hours scanning most of the stories (some games we lost) and pics so I can share this wonderful blast from the past with you. Now, five years after the murder, Lannert's relatives are trying to keep his daughters, Stacey and Christy, from benefiting from their father's murder.
At a hearing last week in St. Louis County Probate Court, the relatives' attorneys tried to disqualify the daughters from getting any of his money. At stake in the inheritance fight - $, Hirtle, Florence Ethel, Born Apr 07Died Jan 01 in Quincy, Norfolk, Mass.
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Working men of all countries unite!" He did not forsee revolution until capitalism had broken down. The Macon Daily Telegraph asserted that the “excission of all Northern prints of this character should create a demand for the Portfolio.” [21 June ] The Keowee Courier pointed out that “the printing is equal to any book-work we have seen coming from the North.” [22 June ] The Charleston Daily Courier took a chance to slam.
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