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Text:"... of the sons and daughters she has given to the world. We desire to join with the citizens and friends of the County in a vote of thanks to the RichardHenryLee Chapter of the Daughters of the American..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1926
Publication place:Covington, Indiana, USA
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Text:".... Mary C. McWilliams, Baker, I dianapolis, Ind.; Rudolph Kaufma Winslow, Arizona. * * * * Mrs. Courtney W. Dice, Regent c RichardHenryLee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution ofl Covington..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1926
Publication place:Covington, Indiana, USA
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Text:"...Fountain County RICHARDHenryLee Chapter Daughters of The American Revolution of Covington reserves this page as an appreciation of the willing assistance rendered by all in the production..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1926
Publication place:Covington, Indiana, USA
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Text:"...Centennial Book THE CENTENNIAL BOOK OFFICIAL PROGRAM OF THE CEREMONIES AND THE PAGEANT IN CELEBRATION OF THE CENTENNIAL OF FOUNTAIN COUNTY, AT COVINGTON, INDIANA Sponsored by RICHARDHENRYLEE..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1926
Publication place:Covington, Indiana, USA
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Text:"... of the document as he wrote It and. marking carefully the changes and omissions of congress, sent them to Ono of these he sent to RichardHenryLee. "You will whether it is better or worse delegation of tho colony..."
Date:July 3 1909
Publication:Cumberland, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... any element of force. In the research of data relative to the Declaration of Independence the thought occurred. Was the Illness of ]\Irs. RichardHenryLee responsible for the present wording of our..."
Date:July 2 1909
Publication:Odon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... determination never to relinquílli our independency. For, When he was here, he fliewed to RichardHenryLee, and to two other Gentlemen, a pamphler, Whieh he faid be wrote fonte (liort time before he left England..."
Date:Dec 30 1779
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of possessing any element of force. In the reseai-ch of data relative to the Declaration of Independence the thought occurred. Was the illness of Mrs. RichardHenryLee responsible for the present wording our..."
Date:July 3 1909
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... circumstantial evidence is at hand to substantiate this statement. ,— Richard-HenryLee was a distinguished debater from Virginia; and when he was dele-«ateff to represent the "Old Colony" in the continental..."
Date:July 1 1909
Publication:Pocahontas, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of possessing any element of force. In the research of data'' rela- tive to the Declaration of Indepen- dence the thought occurred, Was the illness of Mrs. RichardHenryLee responsible for the present wording..."
Date:July 1 1909
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Jacquea Barth« lemy, French author; died 1796. 1782—RichardHenryLee, statesman, born; died 1794. 1784—Robert Morris, financier and “signer,” bora in Liverpool ; died 1806. . 1769—Sir Jarnt-a Ferguson..."
Date:Jan 20 1902
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... «97 going to RichardHenryLee. others to his home and friends, but the oae that was prepared on parchment and signed on August 2. 1776, is safely stowed away in a large steel safe In the vanlts..."
Date:July 2 1909
Publication:English, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Association and probably will have a cafeteria later. The second floor of the building was used for two classrooms last year in an effort to relieve the phenomenal increase in enroll- ment at the RichardHenry..."
Date:Sep 9 1948
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... was a lineal descend ant of Chief Justice John Mar shall of the US Supreme Court and of RichardHenryLee a signer of the Declaration of In dpendence Dr Lee son of the Rev and Mrs Henry Bedinger Lee of Hume..."
Publication:Danville, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"...24 Lebanon Daily News Saturday June j Dateline History RHLee Of Virginia Will Move For Independence By JEROME TURK WM D ELLIS PHILADELPHIA June 5 1776 We have learned that RichardHenryLee..."
Date:June 5 1976
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... It was a bombshell therefore which RichardHenryLee the oldest member of the Virginia delegation tossed into the ering at Philadelphia ing the patriotism intellect and determination of all the colonies when he rose..."
Date:July 3 1950
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... With the opening of the public schools on Monday after the Christmas vacation period, the .hree sixth grades at the RichardHenryLee" Elementary School. Hen Buraie, were moved to the ilnthicum Heights School. Also..."
Date:Jan 5 1949
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... CASE all ages, my borne Pointer Ridge CHILD CARE IN MY HOME Nr. RichardHenryLee Elem. School (Glen Bur- nie) Mon-Fri. Call 768-1278 (now being LITTLE WORLD CHILD DEVELOPMENT CEN- TER has several..."
Date:Aug 30 1979
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...-land Montgomery H. Sicard. Fred- erick S. and Henry D. Tallmadge, and William L. Thompson. RICHARDHENRYLEE. "gentle- man who introduced the Resolution in' Congress July 2, declaring the in- dependence..."
Date:July 7 1907
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America