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Birth:1829
Death:1904
Name:George Francis Train
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Text:"... Stanley to acknowledge the reodpt of your lettor of the 31st ultimo, enclosing a printed paper.—I am, sir, yotir most obedient humble servant,8. HAiqioitD. GeorgeFrancisTrain, lUq., Imperial Hotol, Cork..."
Date:Feb 10 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... inexperienced in haps is better at preaching." That may be regarded as the expression of a for- Jorn hope in behalf of tho member from Jfahaska county. Train Goes to KngtHBiil For GeorgeFrancisTrain told..."
Date:Feb 14 1868
Publication:Dubuque, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...., 77, Strand, LondoD; raid by respectable cjjemjjrts,-]Auyt.] TEE MARBLE ARCS STREET RAILWAY. Yesterday afternoon Mr. GeorgeFrancisTrain, the projector of the street-rail;vay scheme, again attended..."
Date:Mar 27 1861
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to the litigation are GeorgeFrancisTrain, Jr., and G. F. Train Guagar, a grandson 9 years old. The proceedings In the federal court at Omaha were agalnrt a well known firm of New York bankers and Samuel Rogers..."
Date:Sep 18 1904
Publication:Anaconda, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... was conndcntial agent for the hanking firm for more than twenty years. GeorgeFrancisTrain. Citizen of the World. died in .New York, last January. A short time before he had recorded this opinion of himself: How..."
Date:Aug 27 1904
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... is triviny per-onal attention to eitixen GeorgeFrancisTrain, who is snll'erinrr from smallpox. Tie says his patient is cclting along r.ioc'y in ihe camp and that there is nothing as yet in his con- dition..."
Date:May 25 1903
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...THE DAILY MM 3"---the FENIAJSr MOVEMENT. release OF GEORGEFRANCISTRAIN. (by tklegeaph.) CORK, Tuesday. in was released to-day after a long investigsr ¡virT an assurance that he had no inteation..."
Date:Jan 22 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... approbation, aud repeated to M. Boutet, We will support you." Mn TRAIN IN GeorgeFrancisTrain Is again figuring na a lecturer in Dublin. Tho Eotundo huashad a pretty fair audionco at the first lecture, nnd..."
Date:May 16 1868
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of exhibitions, coupled with his great; tact and ability, render his selection for this important position the best that could possibly have been made. Citizen GeorgeFrancisTrain, who is just now careering round..."
Date:July 18 1891
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the streets with tramways or railroads. There are three plans for this purpose before the public, namely, that of Mr. GeorgeFrancisTrain, who has carried out similar works in New York and other places..."
Date:Oct 21 1860
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... forcibly that I send you tho extract you might not otherwise come across :- " Butler is one of those singular men who create a superstition, and are themselves the victims of it. Mr. George, Francis'Train..."
Date:Dec 17 1870
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Leaving New York. Stamford, Conn., special: GeorgeFrancisTrain is quarantined at the home of his sister, Helen M. I Gulader, in thi.s city, suffering from a mild case of smallpox, Mr. Train came from New..."
Date:May 29 1903
Publication:Monon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... for the appointment of a select committee to inquire and report to this house whether Mr. GeorgeFrancisTrain, an American citizen, now a prisoner in the Four Courts Marshalsea, Dublin, under a judge's fiat for a debt..."
Date:July 20 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Hut .there were eomo thingain the wording that didu't qnito meet mv undeistand-iug. For instane«, it began with somethingWitness ia the Case of Wilson, tha Semper. George ^FrancisTrain appeared..."
Date:Nov 15 1877
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the shape and size of tho new sensation, the British Government relaxes, and GeorgeFrancisTrain is discharged from captivity. If it is worth while to take any serious notice of the language of the American..."
Date:Feb 10 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was formerly Miss Ellen Stager, daughter of General Anson Stager, U S. A. Mr. and Mrs. Turnure passed most of STAMFORD, Conn., May 21.—“Citizen” GeorgeFrancisTrain, ihe eccentric traveller and philanthropist..."
Date:May 22 1903
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... and enjoying: the bountiful hospitality of the citizens. The Case of G. F. Train. BOSTON, Oct. Easuow yesterday requested a writ of habeas corpus in GeorgeFrancisTrain's case, on the ground that he is non..."
Date:Oct 16 1889
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... will reach New Orleans In time to help out the shorts in their July delivery', and may possibly prevent the threatened famine In the market. G. F. TRAIN TAKEN HDME STAMFORD, Conn., June 16.—GeorgeFrancis..."
Date:June 17 1903
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... The fact had been advertised in the followingmanner “ To-night Rev. GeorgeFrancisTrain preaohes on 1 Old Fogies of the Bible oompard to the beautiful charaoter of the Saviour.’ The same discourse..."
Date:Jan 17 1870
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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