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Birth:1615
Death:Feb 29 1675
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Text:"... night. The resolution was sent by Gen. PhilipReade from Boston to be acted upon. The meeting was addressed by several prominent men from other cities, and was pre- sided over by Burton H. Wiggin..."
Date:Jan 17 1917
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Societies Brlg.-Gen. PhilipReade, U S. tired, who recently presented the city of Lowell with numerous relics, yes- terday donated to the Lowell Hlstorl- socloty and Post 42, G. A. R., sev- eral other..."
Date:Aug 27 1913
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Grattan, and PhilipReade, Esq. The Secretary read a letter from Mr. George Home on the subject of bettering the condition of the Poor, by colonising them on waste lands, which was ordered to.be referred..."
Date:Apr 12 1828
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... proprietors who place any restriction on their tenants in respect to the cutting of turf. Mr. PhilipR^eade, of Wood Park, in the neighbourhood of the little -village of Mount-shannon, with his accustomed..."
Date:Nov 28 1861
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... showing, mostly lace ef * ’Why, its PhilipReade, she ex-' -r claimed, as the man cam© nearer. Well, Mr. Reade, you have unconsciously, and for you unfortunately, answered your own question, she said..."
Date:June 4 1902
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...; little, 1 say, yet to me it was of great moment, as It Involved the happiness of a young girl's lifetime. Listen. As Lucie finished, she turned to Philip, saying: Mr. Reade, I naturally concluded..."
Date:June 28 1902
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Clare to Limerick, is riven by Mr. PhilipReade, of Wood-park, in a fctter to the Limerick Chronicle :— “ The taxation on all laud valued according to the Ordnance survey at 30». an acre, in the Scariff..."
Date:Oct 31 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... hundred invitations have been sent out this week for the, marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Clark and Mr. PhilipReade Brad- ley Jr. of Berkeley, which will take' place September IS In the First. Unitarian..."
Date:Sep 8 1929
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... to Limerick, is g’ven by Mr. PhilipReade, of Wood-park, in a tter to the Limerict Chronicle:— u The taxation on all land valued according to the Ord nance Burvey at 30s. an acre, in the Scariff onion, amounts..."
Date:Oct 31 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...- fantry, while the Second will swap men with the Fifth regular Infantry The regiment Into which a battalion of the First will be placed is to be under the command of Col PhilipReade, that into which..."
Date:July 30 1906
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"...; vice presidents, Frank E. Woodward. 'vVellesley Hills; V.-.rnon A. Field. Chelsea; and John JlacDuffie, Springfield. Secretary and W. Kiniball. Waban. Jl. Green, Bos- ton. PhilipReade, U. S. A., Lowell..."
Date:Apr 22 1914
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of Many Campaigns Was Born in This City 75 Years Ago BOSTON. Oct. Gen. PhilipReade Lowell, who was retired after H years' service with the army, died at the Massachusetts General Jiosjiital today. He had..."
Date:Oct 21 1919
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... A. R., department of Illinois, a stand of national colors. ,The presentation will be made Nov 2, ajid Capt PhilipReade, 3d Infantry, USA, will represent the Butler family, Robert O'Connell and Miss..."
Date:Oct 22 1894
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... the report of Gen eral Breckenridge and also froiii two of his subordinates Major PhilipReade and Lieutenant Colonel Garlington as to the resultof their individual work General Breckenridge condemned..."
Date:Apr 27 1899
Publication:Corning, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... last Saturday- There was nothing to indicate the cause of death. Brewer avrivecl iu Helena last night. PhilipReade and wife, of Fort Missoula, arrived in the city Sunday even- ing aud are stepping..."
Date:Sep 19 1882
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... yesterday, when he gave it for the defendant. Captain PhilipReade. of the Third Dulted States Infantry wai In Decatur last night with the Springfield whist players. He is In charge of the Spring- field..."
Date:Dec 20 1892
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Captain PhilipReade TJ S H governor hascom mejiced an active crusade against tho misuse of the stars and stripes and in f avor ot congrHaa lonal action looking tc the protection of tlje American flag..."
Date:Aug 8 1895
Publication:Hawarden, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Twenty-third Infantry was James Chrvstie; the pres- ent colonel is PhilipReade. An interest- Ing incident connected with the visit of Col. Reade to the old cemetyy at Fort Niagara was the discovery..."
Date:Sep 1 1907
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... the health whea regained. military i'oo Rah. St Paul, Minn., June ant Colonel PhilipReade, inspector general department of Dakota, has re- ceived an order from Major General Otis to take charge of the offices..."
Date:June 15 1901
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... will be represented by the Twenty-third regiment in command of Col. PhilipReade; a squadron of the Twelfth cavalry; a detachment of field artillery from the Jamestown exposition, which have been ordered to come..."
Date:Sep 26 1907
Publication:Williamsport, Indiana, United States of America
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