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Our County and its People: A Descriptive and Biographical Record of Bristol County, Massachusetts
Text:"... Willard, president of Harvard College from 170 1 to 1707. Robert T. Paine entered Harvard College and graduated in 1749. was He spent in teaching school, and later became sailing some years a making..."
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Text:"...86 THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE and that m consideration of these sei vices, and the benefits produced theieby, Mr. Paine is entitled to a liberal giatificalion from the United States This of course..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE denies any knowledge of America as a Separate Sovereign Powei, she will not conceive heiself bound by any Capitulation or Treaty entered into by her Generals which is to bind..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...\6S LIFE OP THOMASPAINE. Q. Was Mr. Paine present when (hat circum^ stance ha))pened ? yL He was - and as it may exculpate me, in the eyes of the court, from a charge Mr. Paine thought pro..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
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Text:"...168 LIFE OF THOMASPAINE. Q. Was Mr. Paine present when that circum stance happened ? A. He was and as it may exculpate me, in the eyes of the court, from a charge Mr. Paine thought proper to enter..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off: He seemed a true Painite. ^3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking a nap. . . , Back to Mr. Paines about..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...86 THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE and that m consideration of these sei vices, and the benefits produced theieby, Mr. Paine is entitled to a liberal giatificalion from the United States This of course..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1893
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE denies any knowledge of America as a Separate Sovereign Powei, she will not conceive heiself bound by any Capitulation or Treaty entered into by her Generals which is to bind..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1893
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off: He seemed a true Painite. ^3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking a nap. . . , Back to Mr. Paines about..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909