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Text:"... their careers in folloAving the J^ord Jesus Christ in the obedience of faith. The last appearance of WilliamRotch, Sr., on Yearly Meeting records was on a committee to set off Yassalboro Quarterly Meeting, Me..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of Terror. War with England seemed to be the inevitable destiny of France early in 1793, and WilliamRotch and his associates in part made their escape to England. He left France First month 19th..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... Rotch. WilliamRotch, with some English Friends, visited Westport Meeting and accepted an invitation, extended to them all, to dine at Paul Cuffees. They soon discovered that their host and hostess..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., the Senate held them, ^ thus playing with our lives as with a tennis ball, he says; but they were soon released. A change of admirals in New York again exposed Nantucket to British marauders, and again William..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... safety was made doubly sure. Another son of WilliamRotch, WilliamRotch, Jr. (1759-1850), vdll always be a character of great interest to I^ew England Friends. He was the clerk of the yearly meeting most..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... taken from them, a few days later. WilliamRotch and a committee proceeded to Congress in Philadelphia and secured concessions of great importance to ]^antucket, but peace soon came between the two..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... was the author of a life of William Penn, in French, published in Paris in two volunies in 1791 We believe that the following graphic description of these matters from the pen of WilliamRotch himself..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...8 mittee, consisting of WilliamRotch and two others, to represent its case to the commander of the army and navy. This committee went at once to ^Newport, where Captain Dawson commanded the navy..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... their peril at home, but saved them in the end. WilliamRotch says: From the year 1775 to the end of the war we were in continual embarrassments. Our vessels were captured by the English, and our small vessels..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...From The American Friend of Fifth month 2 and 9, 1901. WILLIAMROTCH. EY AUCJUSTIKE JONES. The career of a man who was possessed of strong, individual character, tempered by sincere and deep..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1901
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... Rotch, was a great-grandson of WilliamRotch [q.v.], the noted Nantucket merchant ; his mother, Annie Bigelow (Lawrence), was a daughter of Abbott Lawrence [q.v.] of Boston, founder of the Lawrence..."
Date:1943
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... with them. But I hope when he once gets on shipboard, in the open seas, the sweet draft to our own America will be free from obstruction. WilliamRotch and wife, their son Benjamin, and their two daughters..."
Date:1854
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"....'itliawiiy, Morgan Rotch, Thomas B. Trinp, William D. Howland and Charles W. Plnniiner, directors. Mr. Rotch was later elecied president, Jtr. Howliiiul treasurer and .\lr. Pluimner clerk. Tho mills aro to start up..."
Date:Dec 6 1888
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... H 1nyen O II Ilcreon 15 1ono li H Iolnril Albert Tonr Pnyson T 1 Reynolds H A I1 I Heed H K lliiyinond II W II Itothwell Vf 11 Robinson WilliamRotchW T It I toh J II Illoe U I Thockiaorton J T KuMlH..."
Date:May 10 1896
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... railroad company, and Messrs. S. W. Reynolds, WilliamRotch and A. B. Laurie, representing that corporation, were in charge of the party. Leaving Boston via the Maine road in a special car at 9:30, the party..."
Date:July 11 1885
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America