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Text:".... Meechers, the Indian brave, who laid an information against SamuelBarron, nn Hebrew storekeeper, of attempting to defraud him of his rightful change for a bKl proffered .in payment for one dollar's worth..."
Date:May 16 1894
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... Kinney, Joseph IC. ('/ane. James Payne, II rn. Crane, S. A. Case, John Burge, ll rn. Cha!field, Keo. IC. Crane, D. (1. Briggs, S. Barron, Barton Green, Samuel Barnes, Thomas Briggs, Win. ('ase, Russell..."
Date:Oct 1 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... by candelabra holding white tapers on each side which were lighted by S-Sgt. SamuelBarron and Donald Weber, brother of the bude, before the ceremony. Mrs. Jim Bob Giffen, accompanied by Mrs. Carl H. Holm, or..."
Date:Mar 1 1962
Publication:San Benito, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of the town of Derne, on the Tripolitan coast, Apr. 27, 1805, but, in consequence of extreme ill health, soon after returned to the U. S. Barron, Samuel, admiral in the Confederate navy, b. Va. Midshipm. U. S..."
Date:1872
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... made its way into the Confederate service. But as the Georgia did not prove to be a successful cruiser, its commanding officer turned it over to Flag Officer SamuelBarron, 285 who decided..."
Date:1947
Place:North Carolina, USA
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Text:".... Indies in 1800, under Capt. SamuelBarron. Do. Mediterranean in 1802 and 1803, Capt. J. Barron and Commo, R. V. Morris. Sailed again for the Mediterranean in 1807, under Capt. Chas. Gordon, as the flag..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1853
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:".... Flag-officer SamuelBarron, C. S. Navy, offers to surrender Fort Hatteras with all the arms and munitions of war. The officers allowed to go out with side-arms, and the men without arms to retire. S..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Aronstam Atlanta, Georgia Samuel W. Banowit Beverly Hills, California Bernard S. Barron New York, New York SamuelBarron, Jr. Brookline, Massachusetts Theodore W. Berenson Boston, Massachusetts Charles A..."
Date:Between 1973 and 1974
Publication place:Waltham, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... States Navy : Memorandum. Fort Hatteras, August 29, 1861. Flag officer SamuelBarron, C. S. Navy, offers to surrender Fort Hatteras, with all the arms and munitions of war. The officers allowed to go out..."
Publication date:1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., Lieutenant SamuelBarron, selectmen; .1 Thornton, representative. 1811. - S. Kenney, Lieutenants. Barron, Cosmo Lund, selectmen; Daniel [ngalls, representative. 1-1 j Selechii.ii same ; J. Thornton..."
Date:1885
Place:New Hampshire, USA
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Text:"... total loss in killed and wounded is 30, to wit, 9 killed and 21 onnded. I tiave the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, R. Semmes, Captain. Flag-Officer SamuelBarron, C. S. S. Navy..."
Publication date:1894
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... respectfully, your most obedient servant, W. P. A. Campbell, Lieutenant^ Commanding. Flag-Officer SamuelBarron, C. S. N., Paris, digitized by CjOOgk..."
Date:Between 1861 and 1865
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"..., and SamuelBarron, commanding the naval force for the defence of North Carolina and Virginia, and Colonel Martin, commanding the forces, and Major Andrews, commanding the same forces at ilatteras..."
Publication date:1862
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in charge brought in his vessel in safety with the troops who were pleased with his care and conduct. He still remains at the Inlet to aid them. Memorandum. Flag Officer SamuelBarron, C. S. Navy, offers..."
Date:Between 1860 and 1862
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Text:"... soon returned, bringing Mr. Wiegel, with the following written commu nication from SamuelBarron, late captain in tfie U. . Navy : FORT HATTERAS, August 29, 1861. Flag-Officer Samuel Barrou, C. S. Navy..."
Date:1880
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Flag-offlcer SamuelBarron, C. S. Navy, offers to surrender Fort Hatteras with all the arms and munitions of war. The officers allowed to go out wiUi side-arms, and the men without arms to retire. S..."
Date:1865
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to make a point in regard to the situation of the vessel by the action of the authorities here! I am, very respectfully, Ch. M. Fauntleroy, Lieutenant^ Commanding^ C. 8, Navy. Flag-Officer SamuelBarron, 0..."
Date:1894
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... in the W. Indies in 1800, under Capt. SamuelBarron. Do. Mediterranean in 1802 and 1803, Capt. J. Barron and Commo. R. V. Morris. Sailed again for the Mediterranean in 1807, under Capt. Chas. Gordon..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1853
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Samuel Fields, selectmen ; J. Thornton, representative. 1810. - S. Kenney, Captain S. Fields, Lieutenant SamuelBarron, selectmen ; J. Thornton, representative. 1811. - S. Kenney, Lieutenant S. Barron..."
Date:1885
Place:New Hampshire, USA