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Text:"... the immediate command of Washington, that has been selected for publication. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, a son of the eminent Lutheran divine Rev. H. M. Muhlenberg, was born at the Trappe, Penna., October 1..."
Date:1909
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...166 General Muhlenbergs Orderly Boole, 1777. ORDERLY BOOK OF GEN. JOHNPETERGABRIELMUHLENBERG, MARCH 26-DECEMBER 20, 1777. (Continued from page 40.) GL 0. Head Quarters Morris Town July 6 th 1 777..."
Date:1910
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...156 General Muhlenbergs Orderly Booh, 1777. ORDERLY BOOK OP GEN. JOHNPETERGABRIELMUHLENBERG, MARCH 26-DECEMBER 20, 1777. (Continued from page 89.) Head Quarters Oct r 23 d 1777. Major Gen 1..."
Date:1911
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...454 Oenercd Muhlenbergs Orderly Book, 1777. OEDBRLY BOOK OF GEN. JOHNPETERGABRIELMUHLENBERG, MARCH 26-DECEMBER 20, 1777. (Continued from page 278.) G. 0. Head Quabters June 6 1777 Major Gen..."
Date:Between 1777 and 1909
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...-fever at Washington City. He appeared in the House of Bepresentatives but one day, - the day on which it was organized. He published the * Life of Major-General JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, his uncle. Muhlenberg..."
Date:1878
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Text:"... ; and Whereas the State of Pennsylvania has provided the statues of Robert Fulton and JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, both natives of the State, and illustrious and distinguished citizens thereof: Therefore..."
Date:1916
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... of Pennsylvania has provided the statues of Robert Fulton and JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, both natives of the State, and illustrious and distinguished citizens thereof: Therefore, Resolved by the Hotise..."
Date:1916
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... the State of Pennsylvania has provided the statues of Robert Fulton and JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, both natives of the State, and illustrious and distinguished citizens thereof: Therefore, Resolved..."
Date:1909
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... In locating tlte seat of government, on tlio Potomac, His brother, JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, was also a member of the First, Third nnd Sixth congresses, and represented Pennsylvania in the United States..."
Date:Jan 30 1909
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".... when the pastor. Rev. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg. preached his farewell sermon to his little flock. At the close of the sermon the pastor descended from his pulpit, flung aside his min- isterial robe..."
Date:July 2 1926
Publication:Appleton, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... the pastor, Rev. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, preached his farewell sermon to his little flock. At the close of his ser- mon the pastor descended from his pulpit, flung aside his ministerial robe In the new..."
Date:July 9 1926
Publication:Chehalis, Washington, United States of America
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Text:"... held at his grave in Trappe, Pa. His son, JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, was a major general in the Continental Army during the Revolution and a member of the First Congress. Another son, Freder..."
Date:Oct 7 1924
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... PHILADELPHIA, March 23 i/Pi If Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Muhlenbetg college in Allentown has its way, the bronze statue of the Rev. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, jill*) major general in the Revolutionary..."
Date:Mar 24 1951
Publication:Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...-XAt social and reception by, nation iu the Maryland metropolis in with a delightful picnic "held at the date. the faculty to members of the senior class and their trienas. to the of General JohnPeterGabriel..."
Date:May 16 1925
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... presented to General JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg of an minister and aidede camp to George Of historic interest from the 19th century are a medal presented to Zachary Taylor by people of Louisiana..."
Date:Mar 7 1992
Publication:Winchester, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"....,C. Synod meets this year in a congregation that was organized in 1760,and one of which was served in colonial times by Rev. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, who afterward became a general in the Revolutionary..."
Date:Aug 30 1904
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Shenandoah County Bureau EDINBURG A countywide pro ject to erect a statue of Revolu tionary War clergymensoldier JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg will be launched The effort is being led by the Nar row Passage..."
Date:Sep 14 1985
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... was the first German Reformed clergyman to serve in the county. He preached at Strasburg and Woodstock in 1748. THE LUTHERANS had different men who came but the first regular preacher was Rev. JohnPeterGabriel..."
Date:May 6 1972
Publication:Winchester, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"..., Braddock Ave., have returned home from a two weeks' vaca- tion in Ocean City, Md. En route home they stopped in Prince- Happy newlyweds of Saturday, Aug. 4, Dr. and Jfrs. JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, pose..."
Date:Aug 7 1956
Publication:Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., of Pennsylvania. A third was JohnPeterGabrielMuhlenberg, also from^ Pennsylvania. Both of these men, by the way, were jreachersf both quit the pulpit to ^enter the Revolutionary army, and both achieved..."
Date:Aug 22 1907
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America