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Letters from the alms-house, on the subject of temperance

Letters from the alms-house, on the subject of temperance

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Published by Brown and Colby in Lowell .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby a drunkard.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination75 p.
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17090825M
OCLC/WorldCa2117701

This save the city from the calamity that befell Quebec & Montreal, but the disease was still widespread. 1st all the quarantine hospitals were filled, then all spare rooms in the Alms House were rented. Special buildings were put up on Staten Island. Warehouses at the Quarantine Station were used; all hospitals, public & private, were. Will of Robert GIRDLER, Book Binder of Dorchester, Dorset (Year Book Abstracts = proved 11 July by relict Anne) 11 July PROB 11/ (65 Russell) Will of Andrew SPRATLING, Feltmaker of Dorchester, Dorset (Year Book Abstracts = proved 16 May .

Centennial Fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. Erected under the auspices of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America. View showing the fountain designed in honor of prominent Irish or Catholic Revolutionary heroes that was erected by the national temperance society at Fountain Avenue and Avenue of the Republic on the Centennial grounds.   The Hundred of Shropham []. This hundred is bounded on the east by Depwade and Diss; on the north by Wayland and Forehoe; on the west by Grymshoe; and on the south by Giltcross, from which it is parted by the rivulet that runs from Quidenham Meer into the Little Ouse at Thetford, by the Atlas called Thet, without any reason, for I do not find it so named in any evidences whatever.

Village Record on Febru —News —Announcement ZUBA PYLE, and WM. H. DARLINGTON, Esqs. of this Borough, were admitted, Feb. 15th. as Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of the United States.; Village Record on February 7, —Accident —Accident FRANCIS CASSEDY, was lately killed on the bank of the Schuylkill, Philadelphia, by an unexpected explosion, while blasting. Memory book of bound letters to immediate family, 1 Item. Scope and Contents note. Letters written during a trip to Mediterranean, Egypt, Palestine, Greece & Italy. Book includes passport and document written in Arabic. 1: Cash book, 1 Item. 2.


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