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Text:"...- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. 3. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War..."
Date:July 22 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, TJ. S. 'N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the War..."
Date:July 9 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... that the French trawler, Liberia, recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, lias been 3ost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great..."
Date:June 23 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., with 23 members of her crew. Bear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War, is dead at Silver Springs, Va. Governor Tanner has..."
Date:July 24 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... or death. When I die, if my ooffin i* too large, fill in the empty spaee with *aw dost.’* ReArAdm^l SamuelPhillipsLee, United St Ate* Navy, retired, the l**t of the commen-dent* of. great aqnadronsin..."
Date:June 26 1897
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... says that the trawler, Liberta, recently eii gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been 3ost, with 23 members of her crew. Bear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee TJ. S. N., retired, the last of the com aaanders..."
Date:July 14 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., has been lost, with members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, T. S. If., retired, the last of the coui- nauders of great squadrons during the 'Civil War, is dead at Silver Springs, Va..."
Date:July 1 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... at Mcriden. Conn., for A cutting affray took place near Mountain City. Tenn., in which Bud Price killed James Hampton and fatal- ly wounded Hampton's brother. Keur Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N1..."
Date:June 17 1897
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., Eng. A dispatch from Dieppe says that the French trawler, Liberta, recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been Avith 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired..."
Date:Aug 3 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., recently cn- .-gaged iu the Iceland fisheries, has been -lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, r. S. N., retired, the last of the com- of great squadrons during the , is dead..."
Date:June 29 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... in the Iceland fisheries, lias been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the last, of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil "War, is dead ut Silver..."
Date:June 26 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... that the French trawler, Libertzi, recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. K., retired, the last of the com- manders of great..."
Date:July 12 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...-aged in the Iceland fisheries, 1ms" lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee. U. S. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War, is dead at Silver..."
Date:June 11 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...-.rs of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the lust of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War, is dead at Silver Springs, Ya. Governor Tanner has signed the gas..."
Date:June 9 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... of Francis Preston Blair, editor of An- drew Jackson's Washington Globe and father of Betty Blair, who mar- ried Adm. SamuelPhillipsLee, and resided at adjoining Blair-Lee House. Among items loaned..."
Date:Apr 29 1954
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... Hear Admiral Lee Dead. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee. U. S. N., retired, the last of the commanders of great squadrons during the civil war, died at his home at Silver Si rings, near Washington. He..."
Date:June 11 1897
Publication:Princeton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... a squall. Mr. and Mrs. Towoe were drowned, while the lister narrowly es- caped. Kear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee. II. S_ X., retired, the last of the command- ers of great squadrons during the civil war..."
Date:June 10 1897
Publication:Rhinelander, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... reception after the ceremony the wedding cake was cut with the navy sword of Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee greatgrandfather of the bride groom Admiral Lee organized and commanded the North Atlantic..."
Date:July 13 1944
Publication:Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., near Plyniouth, A dispatch from Dieppe says that the Trench trawler, Libert a, recently en- gaged in the Iceland lisheries, has been 'lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee..."
Date:July 15 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
 
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