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Text:".....„ prenar.,! • by JohnCoffin, tor preHc-ntation U, th., Hon-.rahl.. Thountn Dumi Kh., , .M.|.....n, A.hm,UHtrHt.,r.,rtl.aovr„„.MUinCo„„nUSO(^tha./Your„u.n.^ hath h,tHy Im-..,, .nlor,„e.l that Urn application..."
Date:Between 1729 and 1808
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... of the ship, at the early age of eighteen. In 1774, Mr. JohnCoffin brought his ship to England; the following year the Government took her up amongst others for the oonvoyanoo of troops to America, where..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... were well ly time, to that I am, !LEAX. -gt-, Comlohn CofVi It will be ob8orved that for m^iiy years after the siege of Quebec, 177)-7G, JohnCoffin appears tx) have limited hia application..."
Date:Between 1729 and 1808
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... the Portledge property to this day. All the other property was lost to the Family. Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, the father of General JohnCoffin, was bom in the early part of the 18th century, and received his..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1874
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Text:"... humble servant, ALLAN Maclean. Mr. Coffin This letter is endorsed : From Col. Allan MacLean, 84th Regt., commanding the garrison at the siege of Quebec, 1775-76, to JohnCoffin, Esq...."
Date:Between 1775 and 1905
Place:Quebec, Canada
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Text:"... of JohnCoffin. Your Excellencys memorialist fiirtlier represents that it appears by a Petition, the original of which is herewith enclosd, bearing date at Quebec, Feby 9th, 1802, that John r ^t had..."
Date:Between 1729 and 1808
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... the Portledge property to this day. All the other property was lost to the Family. Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, the father of General JohnCoffin, was born in the early part of the 18th century, and received his..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"... of 1783, deprived of all their property, which was something considerable, having been recently valued by a person in Boston, as worth a million of dollars. Mr. JohnCoffin remained at New York ; raised..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... fire against Montgomery and his troops. n,./, I! •?! ^ ■ t^^nticity. It accompanies this n^monal It is in the handwriting o: JohnCoffin. It bears the mark of naturalne8,s and truthfulness..."
Date:Between 1729 and 1808
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"..., and whose descendants hold the Portledge property to this day. Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, the father of -ieneral JohnCoffin, was born in the early part of the 18th century ; and received his education..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... of JohnCoffin, a copy of Ihich a^clTa^es th.smemonal renewing the repeated application of their father and praymg that the grant made to the individual n.embers of the family by the order m Council of 3rd..."
Date:Between 1729 and 1808
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF GENERAL JOHNCOFFIN. The subject of the following memoir, General JohnCoffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State of Massachusets..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"..., at the peace of 1783, deprived of all their property, which was something considerable, having been recently valued by a person in Boston, as worth a million of dollars. Mr. JohnCoffin remained at New York..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...LT.-COLONEL MaccLEANS LETTER. ^ Letter from Col. MacLean. commanding the Royal Highland Emigrants, to Mr. JohnCoffin, a civilian volunteer in the Pres-de-Ville barricade. If From the letter of Lt..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1905
Place:Quebec, Canada
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF GENERAL JOHNCOFFIN The subject of the following memoir, General JohnCoffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State of Massachusets..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1874
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Text:"..., at the peace of 1783, deprived of all their property, which was something considerable, having been recently valued by a person in Boston, as worth a million of dollars. Mr. JohnCoffin remained at New York..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1874
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF GENERAL JOHNCOFFIN. .•ti^ The subject of the following memoir, General JohnCoffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... by the Honourable JohnCoffin, General in the British Service, of a fine Stud Horse of the light cart breed, aud that they will use their best exertions to render the said donation beneficial to the Commonwealth..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... of Canada, and of Colonel Maclean, then Commandant of Quebec, that to the resolution and watchfulness of JohnCoffin, in keeping the guard at the pres de ville under arms, awaiting the expected attack..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...;^.,^A/tC/iic/^-y ^ ^^^ i yt/yi^ ^ OF GENERAL JOHNCOFFIN, ^?-c.A , COMPILED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, BT HIS THIRD SON, HENKY CpFFIN, R.N. For the purpose of distribution amongtt his relations..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1874