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Text:"... as miyibeft anfwer fo -defirabie * purpofe. .'_c'%. . . I Xjthly, and laftly.; Refolved,"that the Moderator0 of this meeting, and, in cafe of his dea^h, RobertCarterNicholas, Efq; be empowered, on any future..."
Date:Sep 17 1774
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Hamden B. Nicholas, 111, son of the late Mrs.-RobertCarterNicholas of Staunton, Va., was announced Friday riti* tw tM «Ufa* MP. William PATTERN 9367 The morning after you start this, you'll be wearing it..."
Date:May 6 1935
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Stout's European Travel School. Her marriage to RobertCarterNicholas 2d. which took place in Harrison, N. Y.. in Oc- tober, 1935, was terminated by divorce in December, 1938. The day she received her..."
Date:Nov 5 1942
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... insurrections, their revolutions in tenure, their wars for the possession of the soil. Ireland's is at last at hand. RobertCarterNicholas, Es^.— This gentleman, late senator from St. James, whose defection from..."
Date:Aug 10 1848
Publication:Peru, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the wedding In Christ Episcopal Chtirch next Wed' nésday fight ,of Miss Roberta Wood Johnson; daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Rob-'ert. Wood Johnson, and RobertCarterNicholas, 6f this city. In addition to the voter..."
Date:Nov 3 1904
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... llial forget nothing and learn nothing. RobertCarterNicholas, laie senator from St. James, \vho»e defection from the democratic ranks, and in favor of (ierieral Taylor, excited some sensation m..."
Date:July 15 1848
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... avenue, at present occupied by Mi', and Mi's Hack, will be occupied by .Miss Louise. Johnson, daughter of James W. Johnson, aliei' her marriage to Sidney Carpcn-dcr. Mr. and Mrs. RobertCarterNicholas..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... CarterNicholas, of College avenue and llishop place, after an extended stay at Atlantic Oity and T.akewnod, are now at Virginia Hot Sprinjr.s in the mountains of Virginia until May 1, when they will Ko..."
Date:Apr 14 1913
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"..., walked down Duke of Gloucester Street to Bruton Parish Church. A large number of townspeople followed. RobertCarterNicholas, who proposed the action, was pre- sent, as was Speaker Peyton Randolph..."
Date:May 31 1974
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... increase of $711000 in johnson account In the Orphans' Court yesterday Judge Daly approved the final accounting of James \v". Johnson, RobertCarterNicholas and Robert Wood Johnson, trustees of the estate..."
Date:Mar 25 1916
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... for everyone lo accept the resolution coming from so he suggested that RobertCarterNicholas present the resolution to the assembly because he was a man who was respected by both It was accepted and on June..."
Date:Oct 18 1969
Publication:Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... and to implore heaven to us from the evis of War He knew his views were too extreme for everyone iO accept the resolution from him so he suggested the RobertCarterNicholas presertf the fesoMion to assembly..."
Date:Oct 15 1969
Publication:Casa Grande, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... D K A T H RobertCarterNicholas Herbert Williams George Henderson Fe male Pinkie Parker Christian this years attendance when a dailv first placed at the easeresistant tomato plant George County after..."
Date:Oct 25 1953
Publication:Petersburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:".... and Mrs. RobertCarterNicholas, who weire .married on November fl. arrived homo irom their honeymoon at noon to-day. They spent parr or their time shbottiVg over Mr. Robert Johnson's game preserves..."
Date:Dec 6 1904
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... of the year was the brilliant wedding of Miss Roberta. Wood Johnson and RobertCarterNicholas. •The Home News Annual is brimming I Uver with valuable local data that mer- | Its preserving. H><fr»B801j..."
Date:Jan 10 1905
Publication:New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... Episcopal Church, New Brunswick, N. J. Miss Elizabeth R.* Nicholas, sister of . the bride, will be maid-of-honor, and for matron of honor ^liss Nicholas will havo her sister-in-law, Mrs. RobertCarter..."
Date:Sep 11 1909
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... CarterNicholas, of New York City. Services and interment in New Bruns- wick, New Jersey. Local ar- rangements by Arizona Mor- tuary. OSTROWSKE, John A., 60, of Ray, Arizona, died February 18th. Survived..."
Date:Feb 20 1965
Publication:Tucson, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... CarterNicholas, Richard Henry Lee. Richard Bland, Patiick Henry, rfcomi-s Jefferson and George Washington, fired tho torch cf patriotism and freedom. It was rrally very kind of the silver men to inform..."
Date:Mar 28 1896
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., George Ma- son. Richard Bland, Archibald Cary and RobertCarterNicholas. Somewhat conspicuous in the gathering is a frail. 25-year-old man named James Madison, who looks somewhat younger than his years..."
Date:June 28 1976
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... was the setting yesterday for the formal wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ernest Hollenbeck. The bride, the former Pamela Nicholas Townsend, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RobertCarterNicholas Town-send, Rain..."
Date:Sep 3 1967
Publication:Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America