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discourse, delivered at Colrain February 22, 1800.

Samuel Taggart

discourse, delivered at Colrain February 22, 1800.

Being the day recommended by Congress, and the legislature of Massachusetts, for the public testifying of our respect to the memory of that late illustrious statesman, and singular benefactor to his country, General George Washington, who died, December 14, 1799.

by Samuel Taggart

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Published by Printed by Thomas Dickman in Greenfield [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Washington, George, 1732-1799 -- Death and burial.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy the Rev. Samuel Taggart, A.M.
    ContributionsDickman, Thomas, 1768-1841, printer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE312.63 .T14
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6595233M
    LC Control Number17005792

    He lived in Greenfield, Mass. 10 ii. Anne Rebecca THOMPSON was born on 30 Apr in Colrain, Franklin, Massachusetts 11 iii. Jane Amanda THOMPSON was born on 30 Oct in Colrain, Franklin, Massachusetts She died on 3 Feb in Colrain, Franklin, Massachusetts 12 iv. Page 22 22 HISTORY OF THOMASTON, tion, made with the sagacity and keen eye of a practical man and observing mariner, and to the final conclusion that the river in question could be none other than the St. George's, which somehow or other got its name with the islands at its mouth, from that of the discoverer or the patron saint of his country.

    Volume is a manuscript account book later used as a scrapbook for recipes. Account book records sales and purchases by a cabinet-, coffin-, and basketmaker in Nunda, New York, perhaps T. Atwood & Company. First half of book contains recipes, both handwritten and clipped from newspapers, mostly for cakes and desserts. DECEMBER Decem -- Holiday Tea & Musical Program Pelham Historical Society Pelham Library, tea at 11 a.m., program begins at noon We'll again co-host this popular event with the Pelham Library by providing and serving sandwiches as well as sweets. Information: Barbara Jenkins, Decem -- Holiday Open Houses East Longmeadow.

    EBENEZER SMITH, Jr., fifth child of Elder Ebenezer and Remember Ellis Smith, was born in Ashfield, April 1st, , and died in Cassadaga, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., May 24th, aged 89 years. He married Keziah Elmer, or Elmore, of Ashfield about , and had seven children. Nancy Goyne Evans Documentary Evidence of Painted Seating Furniture: Late Colonial and Federal Periods. Almost every shop that produced furniture in the late colonial and federal periods finished the surfaces of its products with some type of protective coating—wax, oil, varnish, color .


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