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Birth:Feb 8 1802
Death:June 7 1884
Name:James Watson Webb
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Text:".... Graves has taken upon himself to demand of me to say, and lhat in words, too, dictated by himself, 'that JamesWatsonWebb U agentleman and a man of honor. inquired of Mr. Cilley, if (when Mr. Graves..."
Date:July 31 1838
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... noiesof JamesWatsonWebb and M. Àrf. Noah, payable 10 percent with interest at six per cent per annum, every sin months." President Biddle presents this application to the Board of Directors and reoom..."
Date:Sep 5 1832
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... Realty Men and Reporters Be- siege J. W. Webb and Miss Havemeyer CHICAGO Feb 2 Electra Havemescr daughter of the late H O Havemeyer and JamesWatsonWebb, of W Seward Webb of New York, 1o not elect..."
Date:Feb 2 1910
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... of which he was a member, he waa called in question by the editor of the New York Courier and Enquirer. JamesWatsonWebb, on the 21st of February last, addressed a note to him, reciting those words..."
Date:July 27 1838
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"..., and frequently so by other men who have refused to meet him, is untrue. JamesWatsonWebb is the son of a revolutionary officer, an aid-de-carnp to General Washington, honor enough we would say for any man..."
Date:Mar 10 1838
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...." Probably the most bumptious pub- lisher of all was JamesWatsonWebb. During the Civil War he wrote to Lincoln suggesting that he be made a major-general. Lincoln offered him the slightly lower rank..."
Date:June 6 1946
Publication:Big Piney, Wyoming, United States of America
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Text:"... to the bottom of the delay, j the most bumptious aU finding the trouble spots, cutting red tape, cracking was James'WatsonWebb. bottlenecks. and getting the stuff moving while it is j wrote to Lincoln suggesti..."
Date:May 20 1946
Publication:Zanesville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., FDR's Girl Friday opened the door and an- "Mr. Hull has been waiting for half an hour." Probably the most bumptious editor of all was JamesWatsonWebb. During the Civil War he wrote to Lincoln..."
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"..., Russia stood to obtain 25 per cent of surplus industrial equipment from the U. S. zone, with 15 per cent to be paid for in food, coal and min- Probably the most bumptious publisher of all was JamesWatson..."
Date:June 6 1946
Publication:Moulton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... to admit he didn't something the confidently My men will take it in a few at the most Probably the most bumptious lisher of ail was JamesWatsonWebb During the Civil War he wrote to Lincoln suggesting..."
Date:June 6 1946
Publication:Soda Springs, Idaho, United States of America
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Text:"... funetionarj to be.' This is an mveniion of that notoriotis bank- ! bought instrument, JamesWatsonWebb. We have seen an intélliiíent gentleman from Delaware, who saysihatMr. Van Btiren will certainly get..."
Date:Sep 23 1840
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... is sufficient proof that there was a good understanding hciween tliat functionary, and the Whig leaders i.nd Anti-Oregon men in and out of Congress. It is developed by certain letters of JamesWatsonWebb..."
Date:Feb 26 1846
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the New York Courier and Enquirer. JamesWatsonWebb, on the 21st of February last, addressed note to him, reciting those words, apprizing him that the writer of it was the editor of that paper..."
Date:Apr 25 1838
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... an upright man,” Horace flattened him with: “His only chance of dying an upright man—will be that of hanging perpendicularly from a rope!” * * • Probably the most bumptious publisher of all was JamesWatson..."
Date:May 23 1946
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... in question by the editor of the New York Courier and Enquirer. JamesWatsonWebb, on the 21st of February last, addre.ssed a note to him, reciting tho.se words, apprizing him that the writer..."
Date:May 1 1838
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...!. From Ihe Jthmy Jirgtu. The course pursued hy my brother, Mr. John Van Buren, during his visit to London, in relation to a case between the City Bank of Albany and JamesWatsonWebb, having been made..."
Date:Oct 22 1838
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... of progrois and Invention wa may be prepared for almost anything, no matter how marvelloos. Phbsohai, —Among the passengers from Europe by tbo steamer RuaaiaatNew York, Tuesday, is Mr. JamesWatsonWebb, ex..."
Date:Sep 10 1874
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... the Congressional Investigating Committee. Es-Minister Charles 'Washbnrn, General James "WatsonWebb and a few otner notables arrived here to-day. Mr. Washbum called upon your correspond- ent the evening to correct..."
Date:Nov 11 1869
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... also announced : that it had taken place, are now somewhat busily engaged 111 an effort to discover where the story came from. They all »wear they “did n’t begin it.” j Mr JamesWatsonWebb, editor..."
Date:July 21 1845
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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