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A brief memoir of the late William Jack, and extracts from his correspondence

Hooker, William Jackson Sir

A brief memoir of the late William Jack, and extracts from his correspondence

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Published by Printed by Edward Couchman in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 267, no. 2650.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination27 p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15441381M
LC Control Number87549467

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Her form bending over their bed in silent prayer, at the hour of twilight, when she was about leaving them for the night, is still among the earliest recollections of her children. Fine quarter linen, blind stamped boards, gilt title. Daniel Chaplin, of whose church both my parents were then members. In July White visited his sister, lately married to Barker, at Lyndon, and was afterwards at Stamford.

London: printed by J. Stiff pictorial wraps. This was Robert Marsham of Stratton-Strawless in Norfolk the place where Stillingfleet had written his 'Tracts'White's senior by twelve years, who introduced to the new work by his neighbour, William Windham the statesman wrote that he could not deny himself 'the honest satisfaction' of offering the author his thanks for 'the pleasure and information' he had received from it. Later in the year he was again with his friend Mander in Gloucestershire, and shortly after he had a severe attack of small-pox at Oxford. On the morning of the 19th of April,when the news reached town that the British troops were on the road from Boston, General Prescott, who was a neighbor, came towards the house on horseback, at rapid speed, and cried out, 'Samuel, notify your men: the British are coming. Half calf, marbled boards.


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