4 edition of Memorandum upon Mr. Blaine"s note to Sir Julian Pauncefote, of December 17th, 1890 found in the catalog.
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Collection of Civil War letters from Charles Backster/Baxter, 27th New Jersey Volunteers, along with later letters of the Baxter/McMunn/ Feagle family. 45 Civil War letters, and a number of envelopes written by Charles Backster, also known as Baxter, of the 27th New Jersey Volunteers, to his parents and sister from HC Deb 03 May vol cc 20 § Mr. Bradlaugh, returned as one of the Members for the Borough of Northampton, came to the Table and delivered the following Statement in writing to the Clerk:— To the Right honourable The Speaker of the House of Commons. I, the undersigned Charles Bradlaugh, beg respectfully to claim to be allowed to affirm as 1 a person for the time being by Law.
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Get this from a library. Memorandum upon Mr. Blaine's note to Sir Julian Pauncefote, of December 17th, [Charles Hibbert Tupper, Sir].
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tupper, Charles Hibbert, Sir, Memorandum upon Mr. Blaine's note to Sir Julian Pauncefote, of December 17th, On settlemt. of open acct. with T. Garth this day there was a balance £–11s–0¾ in my favor, on which I took in my note of Jan.
for 30£, my bond for £ paiable June 10 (on which a balance of £–15 was due), my bond to Walter Mousley for £62–10 paiable Dec.
& my note of Apr. for £10– Vailima letters; being correspondence addressed by Robert Of December 17th Stevenson to Sidney Colvin, November, October [Edited by Sidney Colvin] Volume 1 [Stevenson, Robert Louis.Colvin, Sidney, Sir. ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Vailima letters; being correspondence addressed by Robert Louis Stevenson to Sidney Colvin, NovemberAuthor.
Stevenson, Robert Louis. Colvin, Sidney, Sir, In Aprila loose floorboard revealed a letter written in the days after the Battle of Antietam Posted on Novem Ma by Jake Wynn As William Pickering and his family did some spring cleaning in April 1890 book, they made a startling discovery in their home at East Dewart Street in Shamokin, Pennsylvania.
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