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Text:"... honored. he has left beloved lion. Dying, memory. “Wo pray that this memorial may be entered fin the records of the Supreme Judicial Court as a perpetual testimonial to the life and character of JohnDavis..."
Date:Feb 4 1917
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...i9oo] PAPERS OF JOHNDAVISLONG 33 ^ to Nagasaki. The answer came from Admiral Remey and was such that I inferred that the matter had been referred to him only, and that he did not at all grasp..."
Date:Between 1897 and 1904
Place:Massachusetts, USA
Image:361 of 498
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Text:"...88 PAPERS OF JOHNDAVISLONG [1898 which is bound to follow the overthrow of the present dynasty; that way was to lose Cuba as the result of a foreign war, to yield up her West Indies to a power so..."
Date:Between 1897 and 1904
Place:Massachusetts, USA
Image:118 of 498
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Text:"...202 PAPERS OF JOHNDAVISLONG [1898 probably run to five - appears on December i in McClures Magazine; so that any reference to the proofs I now ask would not appear before January i , by which..."
Date:Between 1897 and 1904
Place:Massachusetts, USA
Image:232 of 498
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Text:"... of Massachusetts, for whom the boy was named. As a boy JohnDavisLong approached that high ideal so familiar to readers of the story books written for the youth of our country. Perhaps he was a trifle too sturdy..."
Date:Aug 29 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Commonwealth of ilaaaaohuaetts, assisted by the Honorable JohnDavisLong aud bv the most worshipful Henry Endioott, Grand Master of the Graud Lodge ot Massachusetts, on the Zlst day o( December, Anno Domini..."
Date:Dec 21 1889
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... HOBBY OF THE NEXT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. John D. lionc Is a Poet of Some AblUtjr. He Comes of a Poetic Stock—He Is JCê-peclalljr Pond of Verses About Glill-dren—Some of His Eflbrts. Hon. JohnDavisLong..."
Date:Mar 19 1897
Publication:Carthage, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the fitness of our choice. 1 have the :,í¡!' froduciiur to you, as the president ot tne evening, the Hon. JohnDavisLong. Tho blessing before tbe meal wa.s invoked by the Kev. Samuel Miles, and tho thanks were..."
Date:May 27 1887
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., they know how to use, combine, adapt, and apply better than any other artificers In the world. WHAT IS SAIO IN POLITICS. A Deal of Truth, Forsooth. Tbe Hon, JohnDavisLong of Hingham, Mass., a congressman..."
Date:Oct 6 1885
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... — +----- JohnDavisLong is dead. The former Governor of Massachusetts and Secretary of the Navy, died suddenly at 9:30 last night at his home in Hingham, at the age of 77 years. Death was due to uremia..."
Date:Aug 29 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., Representative at-Large in Congress GALUSHA A GROW. FRANKLIN P This the Time to Stand by tho President. In a speech the Massachusetts Re- publican Club dinner on Wednesday night, the lion JohnDavisLong dw elt..."
Date:Nov 1 1898
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... L. B. Parkhnrst of Northampton, Henry £. Turner of Malden and Frank J. Ladd of Lowell looked on with judicial eyes. Ex-Govemor JohnDavisLong down on a front seat looked as if he would liUe to get..."
Date:Apr 22 1892
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... heart tonight, of course, Is with my native State, the dear old home of you all.” (Applause.) Ex-Secretary Long took up the menu card, which bore his photograph, underneath which was printed: JOHNDAVIS..."
Date:May 13 1902
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America