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Text:"...12. HenryKnox Papers 1806 July 10 1806 July 16 [1805 Aug, 12?] Benjamin CARPENTER, Salem, Mass. To HenryKNOX, Cancellation of indebtedness to Carpenter. D. S. 1 p. 25 cm X 20 cm. [80] 1806 Aug..."
Date:1939
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...?!o8 HenryKnox [1783* As I beg leave to consider myself in the light of your dearest friend, I shall hope to receive letters from you occasionally and that you viill make me the channel..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...so8 HenryKnox [1783As I beg leave to consider myself in the light of your dearest friend, I shall hope to receive letters from you occasionally and that you will make me the channel of communication..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...10, HenryKnox Papers 1798 H-nry KNOX, Henry JACKSON, Boston, and Benjamin LINCOLN, Dec. 1 Hingham. To Benjamin CARPENTER, Salem, Mass. Bond for $10,000. D. S. 1 p. 33 cm X 18 cm. Torn. [63..."
Date:1939
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...GENERAL HENRYKNOXH IS FA M I L Y HIS MANOR HIS MANOR HOUSE AND HIS GUESTS A PAPER READ BEFORE THE 12MO CLUB. ROCKLAND. MAINE MARCH 3, 1902 BY LEWIS PRBDBRICK STARRETT..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1902
Publication place:Rockland, Maine, USA
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Text:"...H4 HenryKnox Improbably depart in two days after. But the council did not break up until five days later, for, on the 25th, Knox wrote again: We have not finished our business until this morning..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...H General HenryKnox Caroline, who became Mrs. Swan and afterward Mrs. Holme«, and of whom the universal testimony is that she was the most gracious, charming and lovable of ladies, was a little..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1902
Publication place:Rockland, Maine, USA
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Text:"...26 General HenryKnox met H tells me that his older brother, Charles, whose untimely death was greatly lamented, was a favorite of hers as a boy, so much so that she used to invite him..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:Rockland, Maine, USA
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Text:"... appointment will give more general satisfaction, I have taken the liberty of recommending HenryKnox to the consideration of Congress. Gridley, a veteran of the French war, was incapacitated by age..."
Date:1873
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... appointment will give more general satisfaction, I have taken the liberty of recommending HenryKnox to the consideration of Congress. Gridley, a veteran of the French war, was incapacitated by age..."
Date:1873
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Text:"...38 HenryKnox [1775were studying the art of war, and Mr. Knox kept a book-store on Cornhill. He, like his friend, is the soul of honour, and possessed of a manly heart brimming with benevolence..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...38 HenryKnox [1775were studying the art of war, and Mr. Knox kept a book-store on Cornhill. He, like his friend, is the soul of honour, and possessed of a manly heart brimming with benevolence..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... appointment will give more general satisfaction, I have taken the liberty of recommending HenryKnox to the consideration of Congress. Gridley, a veteran of the French war, was incapacitated by age..."
Date:1873
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...38 HenryKnox [ 775\vere studying the art of war, and Mr. Knox kept a book-store on Cornhill. He, like his friend, is the soul of honour, and possessed of a manly heart brimming with benevolence..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...34 HenryKnox • Ulack of trained officers in the engineer corps, and says: Most of the works thrown up for the defence of our several encampments have been planned by a few of the principal..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... England about that time. Another illustration of the literary taste of the times is found in a letter addressed to HenryKnox by Henry Sherburne, who, writing from Ports mouth, N. H., November 4, 1773, asks..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... appointment will give more general satisfaction, I have taken the liberty of recommending HenryKnox to the consideration of Congress. Gridley, a veteran of the French war, was incapacitated by age..."
Date:1873
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...34 HenryKnox Ulack of trained officers in the engineer corps, and says: * Most of the works thrown up for the defence of our several encampments have been planned by a few of the principal..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and was afterward abundantly mnnifeated. A return of the artillery regiment, conaialing of twelve companies, dated 3 Mareli, I77fi, gives 085 men. The fleldofRcera were - HenryKnox, colonel ; William Burbecit, first..."
Date:1873
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... in New England about that time. Another illustration of the literary taste of the times is found in a letter addressed to HenryKnox by Henry Sherburne, who, writing from Portsmouth, N. H., November 4..."
Date:Between 1750 and 1806
Publication place:London, England