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Text:"... WilliamCraig (who had been quite knocked up, and was ill on board one of the ships), the moment he heard the first shot fired by the enemy, got out of his bed, dressed himself, and, landing, went off..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... WilliamCraig (who had been quite knocked up, and was ill on board one of the ships), the moment he heard the first shot fired by the enemy, got out of his bed, dressed himself, and, landing, went ofi..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CH. iv. ADVENTURE WITH A THIEF. 2OI me by poor WilliamCraig before he died. I never could trace this robbery, or get the least clue to the perpetrator of it ; and, indeed, I was very glad of it..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and progress of the society. | tenets, their worship, ministry, c. BY WILLIAMCRAIG BROWNLEE, A. M. MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL. • Suis-je seul Je me plais encore an coin du feu. PHILADELPHIA: PUBLISHED BY JOHN..."
Date:1824
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... page. The exercises should be sent to WilliamCraig Wilcox, M.D., The University of Chicago, Chicago, so as to arrive at least two days before the following lecture. They will be returned at the Review..."
Date:1902
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION C 3^ Thb Lecturb-Study Department jLiiS A^ No. 165.- Price, 10 Cents. SIX CRITICAL POINTS IN AMERICAN HISTORY SYLLABUS OF A COURSE OF SIX LECTURE-STUDIES By WILLIAMCRAIG..."
Date:1902
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:".... WILLIAMCRAIG BROWNLEE, D. D. Sixteen years ago last autumn, while at Newburgh, under engagement to deliver a lecture, and while in apparent fullness of health, Dr. Brownlee was stricken with paralysis. We..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CH. IV. ADVENTURE WITH A THIEF. 20 1 me by poor WilliamCraig before he died. I never could trace this robbery, or get the least clue to the perpetrator of it ; and, indeed, I was very glad of it..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to Edinburgh, where he married the daughter of John Craig, Esq. (sister of the young WilliamCraig already mentioned in this narrative), and was soon after appointed deputy adjutant-general to the Yorkshire..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CH. IV. ADVENTURE WITH A THIEF. 201 me by poor WilliamCraig before he died. I never could trace this robbery, or get the least clue to the perpetrator of it ; and, indeed, I was very glad of it..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., Esq. (sister of the young WilliamCraig already mentioned in this narrative), and was soon after appointed deputy adjutant-general to the Yorkshire District, and was quartered at York. His narrative..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CH. IV. ADVENTURE WITH A THIEF. 20I me by poor WilliamCraig before he died. I never could trace this robbery, or get the least clue to the perpetrator of it ; and, indeed, I was very glad of it..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... And now, ere we leave him there, we would, as it were, sculpture his tomb-stone with affections record of his life and character. The Rev. WilliamCraig Brownlee, the fourth son of the Laird of Torfoot..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... WilliamCraig (who had been quite knocked up, and was ill on board one of the ships), the moment he heard the first shot fired by the enemy, got out of his bed, dressed himself, and, landing, went ofi..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... married the daughter of John Craig, Esq. (sister of the young WilliamCraig already mentioned in this narrative), and was soon after appointed deputy adjutant- general to the Yorkshire District..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to Edinburgh, where he married the daughter of John Craig, Esq. (sister of the young WilliamCraig already mentioned in this narrative), and was soon after appointed deputy adjntant-general to the Yorkshire..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...86 GENERAL SIR GEORGE T. NAPIER. CH. n. board shed a tear a manly tear to the memory of the youthful and the brave ! I had nearly forgotten to tell you that your poor mothers brother, young William..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...- ley and one grandson. Funeral services for WilliamCraig, 80, or Shingle Springs, are pending at Chapel of the Pines. Mr. Craig died 24 following an illness in a local hospital. He was born in El Dorado..."
Date:Oct 28 1971
Publication:Placerville, California, United States of America
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Text:".... Quentin Called Him “Foxy Grandpa*' mid All of Them Enjoyed Lis tenitiff to Ills Experience as a Sol dier— Hoh lie Handled a Militia man at Sea Girt, A. J. WilliamCraig, the secret service agent killed..."
Date:Sep 13 1902
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamCraig. Mrs. Harry Gooley of Falrchance, was among the out-of-town shoppers In the ocal stores Saturday. Mrs: William B. Parshall of National ?lke East, Is spending several days..."
Date:Jan 23 1939
Publication:Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States of America