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Text:"...Came: Life and Times of WilliamCranch. 309 law, allowed him to hire himself and knew little or nothing about his whereabouts, or his doings. One night the old negro got drunk, I think, and it being..."
Date:Between 1801 and 1855
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... unto the ^*few of Sardis of whom the Master said ^They shall walk with me in white because they are worthy. Note:- WilliamCranch had four sons and three daughters, as follows : 21..."
Date:Between 1801 and 1855
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Text:"... as before. 14.6 W. C. Bond, 12.4 George P. Bond, 09.1 R. T. Paine, Esq., Professor Peirce also communicated, from Mr. WilliamCranch Bond, Director of the Cambridge Observatory, the following Notes..."
Date:1846
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Text:"... judges, and on the 3d of March President Adams appointed Hon. William Kilty chief judge with Hon. James Marshall and Hon. WilliamCranch, assistant judges. Rooms in the building east of the ascending..."
Date:Between 1801 and 1855
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...6 Memorial of the Bonds t (July 18, 1819) he married for his first wife his cousin, SELINA CRANCH, in Kingsbridge, Devonshire. She was the mother of his six children WILLIAMCRANCH BOND Jr., JOSEPH..."
Date:1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 9 Memoranda Rblatino to the Life and Scientific Labors of WilliamCranch Bond, Late Director of the Observatory of Harvard College, Communicated to Hon. Edward Everett, March..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 25 that some of the best authorities have made conflicting and erroneous statements in relation to the phenomena and constitution of the rings of Saturn. I am convinced..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"... Director of Harvard College Observatory by the official heads of the University - men who had known him long and well. Resolutions op the Corporation op Harvard College on the Death op WilliamCranch Bond..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
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Text:"...6 Memorial of the Bonds (July 18, 1819) he married for his first wife his cousin, Selina Cranch, in Kingsbridge, Devonshire. She was the mother of his six children - WilliamCranch Bond Jr., Joseph..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...Came: Life and Times of WilliamCranch, 297 He served as Chief Justice with many learned associates: Hon. Nicholas Fitzhugh, Hon. Allen Bowie Duckett, Hon. Buckner Thurston, James Morsell..."
Date:Between 1801 and 1855
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...MEMORIALS WILLIAMCRANCH BOND Director of the Harvard College Observatory 18401859 AND OF HIS SON GEORGE PHILLIPS BOND Director of the Harvard College Observatory 18591865 EDWARD S. HOLDEN Director..."
Date:1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...REPOKTS OF CASES ARGUED AND ADJUD6M IN THB SUPREME COURT OF THB UNITED STATES, IN FEBRUARY TERM, 1809. By WILLIAMCRANCH, Omir JUDGl Of THI OIBOUIT COURT Of THB DI8TBI0T Of OOLUUBIA. Potiiui..."
Date:1809
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...ioo Publications of the Memorials of WilliamCranch Bond, Director of the Harvard College Observatory, 1840-59, and of his Son, George Phillips Bond, Director of the Harvard College Observatory, 1859..."
Date:1897
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 33 affairs of the observatory, and was the first to see the secondary tail of the great comet of 1858. During the elder BONDS incumbency the observatory was a popular resort..."
Date:1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 23 of the ^reat pier. This served a useful purpose by supplying extra-iueridional obsenrations on comets, etc., until the arrival of the great refractor. Among these were..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 5 strict in enforcing them, and even her grown children stood in awe of her. WILLIAM BOND was a true Cornishman fiery, impulsive, generous, affectionate and indulgent to his..."
Date:1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 19 November, 1841, by the untimely death of his oldest son, WilliamCranch Bond Jr., he was deprived of a devoted assistant. Though cut ofiE at the early age of twenty, my..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...WilliamCranch Bond 31 The elder Bond was the soul of kindly hospitality, but his nature was shy and retiring, and his whole thoughts given up to his profession. There seems, however, to have been..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
Publication place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...MEMORIALS WILLIAMCRANCH BOND Dimtor of the Harvard CollcgE ObKririCoty il40-il;9 GEORGE PHILLIPS BOND Director of the Hirnrd Collcfe Obtemtoty 1859-18(5 EDVARD S. H OLDEN Sah Fhanciico C. A. MURDOCK..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1897
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Text:"...Came: Life and Times of WilliamCranch. 305 warrant for his apprehension. But it takes less time to quaff the ingenious concoction which Randolph was to carry beyond the bounds of the District..."
Date:Between 1801 and 1855
Publication place:Washington, USA