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Text:"... Cases PreservedFish. B. L. 8CHLO8S ft 1 Orange Street. FOB 8ALB FOB BALE. PBNB. hiahly flavored Colored Bum Phns. Muscovado a LABGE quantities of all descriptions of Sugars always in stock. BE MEBOADO v..."
Date:June 28 1890
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"...- ceive careful which a frreat WAJ towards ensuring certain improvement in their condition. Apply to C. W. at the or by letter addressed to Harbour Kingston P. O. PreservedFish. AT HABBOUft STREET. 1 and 2..."
Date:Apr 11 1888
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... Ditto I'.fV H both of his own built and WHICH WILL BE SOLD CPEAP If 751 XI AC S. __ and befoie purchasing O M P rt PRESERVEDFISH- AVEHY larRe a sa-iment juat opened cor- sitiling o'- Salmon Salmon..."
Date:Mar 27 1889
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... at the dinner, call for the names of the offenders, and approve of the conduct of Mr. PreservedFish, who left the room. The meeting was also addressed by William D. Kelly, Mr. Nunes, Colonel James Pago, Colonel..."
Date:Sep 27 1842
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... to pollution. Mr. PreservedFish. RANDOM READINGS. A LINER OF 1847. An interesting description of an Atlantic packet of sixty years ago has been contributed to the New York Sun by a writer who crowed..."
Date:Sep 12 1908
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of newspapers have been unacquainted with the remarkable name of "PreservedFish." For years, ho has figured largely in ?\cv/ York city. Mr. Fish commenced life as an apprentice to a blacksmith, and his next..."
Date:Mar 12 1845
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... traces his ancestry back to Plymouth rock and to PreservedFish who came across with tho pilgrim fa thers MrFish is well known in New York His father was a distinguished states man and diplomat having..."
Date:Mar 23 1909
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., are tho e of old New England When I learned that preserved Plum had married a Mr, Fish, first name unknown. and they had a daughter PreservedFish, I had a moment of , pure joy, Among these real names..."
Date:May 29 1930
Publication:McKinney, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of N. P. Willis ; was a good merchant, aud a man of command ing presence. Toe old story in revived that PreservedFish was picked up at sea,, and therefore leceived Ilia singular name. This story..."
Date:July 11 1874
Publication:Cumberland, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... Presi- dents', Eldad Holmes and Preserved 'Fish. The bank was started in JS23. Mr. Holmes resigned the Presidency v after two years'' service, and-in 1S20 -PreservedFish, the most famous of its the of..."
Date:Feb 7 1900
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to the bank in. other portrait is of. PreservedFish, the mo.st famous of Its Presidents, and one of New York's prominent mer- chants nearly a century ago. The peculiar- ity of his name led to many romantic..."
Date:Feb 25 1900
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:".... .\rgue, while a Mr. Meatyard applied for a patent on a meat saw. The name of Car Carpenter appears as an applicant for a patent on a car heater, and Mr. Lightsinger has invented a harmonium. MrPreserved..."
Date:Jan 10 1895
Publication:Bedford, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... at 2nd Street's Marble Cemetery. His name is MrPreservedFish . . The reason the Rockefeller Plaza gardn is green all year 'round: Decorated with evergreens ... St. Patrick's Cathedral is large enough..."
Date:Oct 15 1949
Publication:Austin, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... Argue, while a Mr. Meatyard applied for a patent on a meat saw. The name of Car Carpenter appears as an applicant for a patent on a car heater. and Mr. Lightsioger has invented a harmonium. Mr. Preserved..."
Date:Dec 27 1894
Publication:Delphos, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Yorker buried at 2nd Street's Mar- ble Cemetery. His name is Mr. PreservedFish The reason the Rockefeller Plaza garden is green all year 'round: Decorated with evergreens St. Patrick's Cathe- dral..."
Date:Oct 17 1949
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America
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Text:"... and neons are yellow, red, green, blue, orange and purple. The odd monicker of the New Yorker buried at 2nd Street's Marble Cemetery. His name is Mr. PreservedFish----The reason the Rockfeller Plaza garden..."
Date:Oct 11 1949
Publication:Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... of MrPreservedFish and where he is buried LITERARY SHOP TALK Mary Margaret Sterling We love the stories of poor boys whobecome famous Here is one of which Frank Swinnerton says It is a fairy true..."
Date:Feb 18 1928
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... invented a liarnionium. Mr. PreservedFish is also ail aHillcant, and Mr. Lazarus Fried is an inventor ot toy watches. Messrs. Mustad, Mornlngstar, Only, rurnipseed, RiUnwater, Walkup,-Shirt- , sleeve. Early..."
Date:Sep 8 1898
Publication:Ligonier, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... about it. Lesson: and Nathanael. Andrew, John Philip 1.35-51 and also held the first series ofimal organization was perfected in protracted meetings the result of j 1862 at Mr. PreservedFish Austin..."
Date:Aug 17 1934
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America