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Text:"... a Venetian forefather, Sebastino Caboto/' WAS NOTED ASTRONOMER Death oí Prof. C. A. Young: ai Manöver, N. H. HANOVER, N. H., Jan. 4.—CharlesAugustusYoung, one of the foremost astronomers In the United States..."
Date:Jan 5 1908
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of untiring exertion and patient labour for the cause of astronomical science. CharlesAugustusYoung was born at Hanover, New Hampshire, on December 15, 1834. His father was Professor of Natural Philosophy..."
Date:1905
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... AugustusYoung; James Hopwood Jeans, Professor of Applied Mathematics, who has recently come to us from the University of Cambridge, England, with a reputation which has lately been recognized..."
Date:Between 1896 and 1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CHARLESAUGUSTUSYOUNG - FROST * Measures of the polar and equatorial diameters of Mars made at Princeton. The Observatory, Vol. Ill, 1880, pp. 471-474. The geographical position of the observatory..."
Place:Washington, USA
Publication date:1877
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Text:"... was made in the field of pure mathematics, but whose general attainments as a scientist have secured him the honor of an election to the chair so long occupied by Professor CharlesAugustusYoung; James..."
Date:1906
Place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"..., Elements of Astronomy, and Lessons in Astronomy and numerous magazine articles, scientific addresses and contributions to astronomical journals. CHARLESAUGUSTUSYOUNG, Ph,I)., LL.D., Professor..."
Date:1900
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Prof CharlesAugustusYoung, head of the astronomical department of Princeton 1'niverslty. who dlecl yester- day, will be held tomorrow afternoon from Chopel. at 3 o'clock interment n 111 be at Hanover..."
Date:Jan 19 1901
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"... York. CharlesAugustusYoung, one of the foremost astronomers In the United States, is dead of pneumonia at Han- over, N. H. George W. Eckert, known all over the world as a breeder of owl pigeons..."
Date:Jan 6 1908
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to to general ciiiiritabje HEWS FACTS IH OUTLINE The plant of the Colby Milling com- pany at Dcmagiac, Mich, was de- stiojfd by fire. Loss. CharlesAugustusYoung, one of the foremost astronomers in the United..."
Date:Jan 6 1908
Publication:Iowa City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... deaths in a tornado near Wesson, Miss. 2. Obituary: Dr. Nicholas Senn, surgeon, U. S. A., prominent In the Spanish-American war. In Chicago; aged 63. •4. Obituary: CharlesAugustusYoung, noted Ajnerican..."
Date:Jan 1 1909
Publication:Elkhart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Lipscomb. Lionel Ceci! Bailes, RusscI! Eugene Parsons, Hansel Frederick Slack, Grover: Ingram, Ned Heist Cahpbedd, Rob- ert Lewis .Hoffman. James Clinton Hancock, CharlesAugustusYoung People's Rally..."
Date:Oct 6 1945
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... AugustusYoung, one of the foremost asironomers in the United States, is dead of pneumonia at Han- over, N. H. George W. Eckert, known all over the world as a breeder of owl pigeons that have won first..."
Date:Jan 6 1908
Publication:Van Wert, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Washington defeated the Brit ish at Princeton N J Mrs Martha Joaii Readc Nash Lamb a historical author and editor died born 1829 CharlesAugustusYoung as tronomer diort born 1834 ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS From noon..."
Date:Jan 3 1913
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... and, Nebraska. CharlesAugustusYoung, one of the foremost astronomers in the United States, is dead of pneumonia at Hanover, N. H. He had been living in |Hanover-since his retirement as pro..."
Date:Jan 10 1908
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... and abolitionist, born; died 1839. 1894 — Elizabeth Talraer Peabody, American educator and reformer, died; born 1805. 1908—IMulai Hafid proclaimed sultan of Morocco. CharlesAugustusYoung, noted American astronomer..."
Date:Jan 4 1909
Publication:Attica, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... not THIS AND THAT Corporal punishment will likely be relntroduccd In tho public schools ot Greater New York CharlesAugustusYoung one of tho foremost astronomers In the United States ia dead of pneumonia at Han over N H..."
Date:Jan 6 1908
Publication:Massillon, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...- American war, In Chicago; aged C3. 4. Obituary: CharlesAugustusYoung, noted American astronomer, at Han- over, N. II.; nfred 74. Political: Mulal Hafid proclaimed aul- tan of Morocco. 9. Business Troubles..."
Date:Dec 31 1908
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...-Catholic school and confessors are forbidden to absolve those who do not THIS AND THAT Corporal punishment will likely be in the public schools of Greater New York CharlesAugustusYoung one of the foremost..."
Date:Jan 6 1908
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Adkins and Mary Kathryn New Jersey. John Daniel Glen and Cassandra Lynne Crowns- ville. John Richard and Frances Lee Eldersburg. CharlesAugustusYoung Pasa- and Elizabeth Estlle Pasadena. George and Sher..."
Date:June 5 1986
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... city; born 1829. 1908—CharlesAugustusYoung, astronomer, died; born 1834. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. Sun sets 4:41. rises 7:21; moon rises 12:44 a. m.; 1:18 a. m., moon at apogee, farthest from earth. Jan. 4..."
Date:Jan 7 1910
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America