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Title: A history of the usa
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Writers: Bourne, Henry Eldridge, 1862- Benton, Elbert Jay, 1871-1946, shared writer
Publisher: Boston, Nyc [etc.] D.C. Heath and business
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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need of products, sent to Bennington, Vermont.This army had been nearly totally destroyed by John StarksNew Hampshire minute-men and their particular next-door neighbors, the GreenMountain Boys. On October 17, 1777, near Saratoga, Burgoyne surrendered,though perhaps not until he’d made several desperate attempts tofight their way out for the trap. His military, which 6,000 menremained, 50 % of them Germans, became prisoners. Allsorts of materials in addition dropped in to the fingers for the colonial troops.The capture of a complete British army loaded the colonistswith passionate hopes. It encouraged the opponents ofGreat Britain in Europe. The credit of success belongedto General Schuyler, however it was handed to General Gates,whom Congress had put into demand before the campaignended. Capture of Philadelphia. — Meanwhile General Howe hadsucceeded inside the promotion against Philadelphia. He hadbegun their march through the mind of Chesapeake Bay about thefirst of September. Washington experimented with check him at CAPTURE OF PHILADELPHIA 20I
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Brandywine Creek, but ended up being defectively beaten. Nevertheless,he afterwards managed their military so well so it took Howetwo months to march the last twenty-six miles. Philadelphiawas occupied September 26. It was now far too late going toBurgoynes relief. In 1777 the Britishtook a city and lost an army. CONCERNS 1. Exactly what did the colonists thinlc in 1775 aboutseparation from The united kingdomt? Just what things changedtheir minds by 1776? 2. whom composed the Declaration of Independence?What made it happen say? Which opposed freedom?the reason why did they oppose self-reliance? Were theremany of these? 3. the reason why performed the colonists need make overtheir governments? Why performed individuals of Connect-icut and Rhode Island need to make a lot fewer changesin federal government? 4. What did the colonists invest their consti-tutions? Why did they take many abilities far from their particular governors andgive all of them towards legislatures? The reason why performed they fix brief terms for theirlegislators? Just how else performed they guard against overbearing or tyrannicalofficers? What old-world customs did
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Title: The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory site
Year: 1828 (1820s)
Publisher: Glasgow : imprinted by J. Graham for the letter-carriers of Post-Office
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
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SERVE rUND, £30,000. MIND OFFICE-43 THREADNEEDLE STREET, LONDON, E.C. DIRECTORS. Chairman—William Fowler. Deputy-Chairman—Colonel John T. North. Francis James Eck. | George Fleming. Richard Robertson Lockett. General Manager—John Dawson. Secretary—William H. Beeet. Bankers—Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, Teitton, Ransom, Bouverie and Co. Messrs. N. M. Rothschild and Sons. BRANCHES IN CHILI.VALPARAISO,… … … … … Manager—Edmund IAnson. IQUIQUE, … … … … … „ R. Simpson Shaw. PISAGUA, … … … … … „ George Fowler. Cable Transfers, Drafts, and Letters of Credit granted on Chili. The purchase and purchase of Funds undei-Itaken; in addition the bill of Dividends, the negotiation and collection of Bills of Exchange, Coupons, and DrawnBonds, also Banking business. Present Accounts exposed and Deposits gotten for fixed durations, onterms which might be ascertained on application. 176 ADVERTISEMENTS. Insure against all Accidents. ESTABLISHED ^^HTinsurance c°I^^^ 18 82
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CAPITAL, £100,000. administrators. president Andebw J. Kiekpatrick, Esq., Vendor, Glasgow Deputy-Chairman Wm. Greig, Esq., Wholesale Chemist, Glasgow Dugald MDougall, Esq., Steamship Owner,;Greenock, John G. MKendrick, Esq., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Institutes of Medicine,University of Glasgow.Donald MPhee, Esq., Fort-William. R. W. THOMPSON, General Management and Secretary W. K. Dick, Esq., Vendor Glasgow, EICHD. W. HUIE, F.B.I. Scot., Besident Secretary. GENERAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE.—Policies granted addressing Accidents of aUkinds, including Railway Accidents. Premiums paid off 10 percent, after 5 years. TotalAbstainers insured at reduced rates. Transfers effected without reduction to guaranteed. PLATE CLASS INSURANCE.—Moderate premiums. Prompt replacements. Esti-mates given no-cost. BUSINESSES LIABILITY INSURANCE.—Employers, by insuring, tend to be freed frompayment of problems for their employees beneath the Act of 1880, as they are in addition relieved of alllegal along with other costs that may he incur
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