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Thomas Sergeant
Birth: Jan 14 1782 - Philadelphia, PA, USA
Death: May 5 1860 - Philadelphia, PA, USA
Parents: Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant and Margaret Sergeant (born Spencer)
Siblings: John, Henry, Esther Rittenhouse, David and Frances Rittenhouse
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Text:"...of Monday snnuunce the death of Hon. ThomasSergeant, distinguished in Pennsylvania as a lawyer, aiiihur and politician. He was 78 years tf sge.] OCrA man in St. Johns, N. C., grieved himself to death ... -vtra indiapoaitioB, which, as is supposed, prodsietd a apeciae of insanity, under the iafluaaca of wbich be performed the fatal ««C. Uia raasaloa were tsken to Little Kock and received proper interment at the 9t tha ... at him with a cocked revolver. Hazelly climbed out of the pit in which he was digging, rose and threw up Hickman's pistol, drew his own and shot Hickman through the head, causing instant death ... -Me-Not, at mv8Geo. O. HART'S. Qi^John E. Arnold, Commonweallli'd Attorney for ihe Second Judicial District, died suddenly..."
Date:May 12 1860
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... It saw a lot of strawberries, about two quarts, sell for 914, and cauliflowers for $3 60 a pieoe. 0:!rHon. ThomasSergeant, ex-Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, died it Philadelphia on Saturday ... had beib hi» lega eH^flT at Bow-ling Green acni« ten liay« or two weeks ainre, bf the ears passing over them, died PiTTSBi iic, Mny 0. 31.—River 4 feet 7 inrlje» l y tne pier mark, and falling ... death of Townsend Harris, U. S. Minister at Jeddo.^ 0:7* The famous comet cf Charles V., of 1558, is-announccd by Bone, the D'Jtch astronomer, for August next. OCrTlmnhi to Chns. Hurley, Esq., of l^ut i ..."
Date:May 10 1860
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Yorlt and Markets. Philadelphia, May 5. The evening1 Journal is- informed that by the advice 'of eminent counsel, 'a; memorial will be presented to Congress to reopen-the Santellan case. John Thomas ... , GROVELLAS, VALENTIAS IN PLAIDS AND: STRIPES ALSO SOME JPreiacJa JLawais, -YARDS" PRINTS, FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN, TOGETHER WITH AN Death of an Eminent SOTJTHEEIT POLITICAL MOVEMENTS Eumor says ... fairly jump from the ground. GOT UP ix very respectable Ger- man citizen lost his wife, recently, and yester- day announced in handbill form, that were posted about the city, the hour of her funeral ... , 'Sergeant, ex-Judge of the Supreme'Court'of this morning. New 5'." The steamship Vauderbilt took out upwards of a million and a half of specie, and the City of Baltimore- upwards of Both steamers took ..."
Date:May 7 1860
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...the State at A May Tht Evening is informed that of the ol eminent council n memorial will be presented to Coneress to reopen the Cantillon John ThomasSergeant eiJudge of the Supreme ol decided this morn ..."
Date:May 6 1860
Publication:Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... with Telegraphic Ex-Judge ThomasSergeant .died at Philadelphia on Saturday mornirigi U.-8. Deputy Marshals Muiin and liyn- ders (not the noted Isaiah, who is me dismissed from office on 'or alleged complicity ... ', he shall b banished, arid suffer death on his return No prieit shall abide in the dominion be-banished, and suffer death o: be seized by any person OBe" ahaU'dross the ferry, but wilh an authorized ... for the first offence, Un pduhda lor second, and for the third, an imprisonment during Ihe treasure ol the court. Whoever sets fire lo a wood and burns a house shall suffer death, and any person, suspected ... or as the court shall think proper. Adultery shall be punished with death. A man that strikes his wife shall puy a fine..."
Date:May 8 1860
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
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