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Text:"...Historical Skktch. / his wiie Jane. Therefore, to distinguish between the two families, we will call the descendants of Robert: THE ROP.ERT-CAMPPELL EAMIEV, and the descendants of John: THE J HN-CAMPBELL..."
Date:1894
Publication place:Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...148 JOHNCAMPBELL. himself to the mere instincts of the animal in order to avoid danger. But no inconvenience would restrain him from his post ; and many a time on winter afternoons, when sleet..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOHNCAMPBELL. 149 that their journey of one week had issued in the formation of sixty new Sabbath schools. This active interest in the then comparatively untried work of Sabbath schools, led Mr..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOHNCAMPBELL. 163 ning brooks; while many authors, who have since risen to lasting fame, such as Jane Taylor and others, first saw their powers appreciated and their influence owned in its pages..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... opinion shall be the constant study of, My lord, your lordships most obedient humble servant, JohnCampbell. 5 Inner Temple Lane, February 10, 1808, Eight Hon. Lord Ellenborough. Thursday, Friday..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"...152 JOHNCAMPBELL. As yet, Ms practical benevolence had been content to have its sphere in Scotland ; but it had now become strong- winged, and yearned to bear some blessing to the African race..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...160 JOHNCAMPBELL. And thousands flocked to hear him. His exhaustless store of anecdote, his frequent strokes of Scottish shrewdness often verging upon humour, but, while kindling an occasional..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to write a few lines concerning the steps already taken. On Saturday Tidd wrote a letter to Sir Vicary Gibbs, of which the following is a copy : Sir, I beg leave to introduce to your notice Mr. JohnCampbell..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...150 JOHNCAMPBELL. be short, and should enlist the imagination on the side of instruction by being more nan^ative and descriptive than didactic. But to test the matter yet more effectively, he..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...154 JOHNCAMPBELL. He knows her title sure to another treasure, and helps not a little to calm her vexed spirit, by saying to her, I congratulate 3^ou, madam, on possessing something that you cannot..."
Date:1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to write a few lines concerning the steps already taken. On Saturday Tidd wrote a letter to Sir Vicary Gribbs, of which the following is a copy : Sir, - ^I beg leave to introduce to your notice Mr. John..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... not believe that our usual supporters will come to the scratch, and I expect before long to see the Grovemment in a minority. With such prospects I ought by this time perhaps to be Mr. Justice Campbell..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., you are already acquainted with, having introduced him to me as a pupil. The other, Mr. JohnCampbell, who has been more than two years my pupil, is the son of the Kev. Dr. George Campbell, of Cupar..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... concerning the steps already taken. On Saturday Tidd wrote a letter to Sir Vicary Gibbs, of which the following is a copy: Sir : I beg leave to introduce to your notice Mr. JohnCampbell, a pupil and friend..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"... usual supporters will come to the scratch, and I expect before long to see the Crovemment in a minority. With such prospects I ought by this time perhaps to be Mr. Justice Campbell, a puisne judge..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
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Text:".... The other, Mr. JohnCampbell, who has been more than two years my pupil, is the son of the Rev. Dr. George Campbell, of Cupar, Fife, whom you may recollect as having been your schoolfellow at kk. Andrews..."
Date:Between 1779 and 1861
Publication place:New Jersey, USA