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Text:"... at Halifax, 1784. T. A. COFFIN. ThomasAstonCoffin, Esq., son of William Coffin, of Boston, and cousin of Sir Isaac Coffin, remained in Boston after the siege, and was proscribed in 1778. He was private..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1842
Place:England
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Text:"... at Halifax, 1784. T. A. COFFIN. ThomasAstonCoffin, Esq., son of William Coffin, of Boston, and cousin of Sir Isaac Coffin, remained in Boston after the siege, and was proscribed in 1778. He was private..."
Date:Between 1715 and 1802
Place:England
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Text:"..., and died at Halifax, 1784. T. A. COFFIN. ThomasAstonCoffin, Esq., son of William Coffin, of Boston, and cousin of Sir Isaac Coffin, remained in Boston after the siege, and was proscribed in 1778. He..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... at Halifax, 1784. T. A. COFFIN. ThomasAstonCoffin, Esq., son of William Coffin, of Boston, and cousin of Sir Isaac Coffin, remained in Boston nftir the siege, and was proscribed in 1778. He was privat- ■ ta..."
Date:Between 1715 and 1802
Place:England
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Text:"... them. I wish them all well would be hpapy to see em again. I am very sincerely Your Friend Ed. Winslow. ThomasAstonCoffin to Edward Winslow. [Quebec], 12th July, 1788. My dear Ned, It would have..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1826
Place:New Brunswick, Canada
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Text:"...338 INDIAN AFFAIRS JOSEPH CHEW TO THOMASASTONCOFFIN Montreal 7h April 1794 I know of but one Instance where the Sup* Intendant General put Government to the Expence of Canoe and that way paying..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...1785] WINSLOW PAPERS. 313 ThomasAstonCoffin to Ward Chipman. London, 27th Aug, 1785. My dear Chip, * * * I hope our friend Ned [Winslow] and family are comfortably settled. I wish he was rid..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1826
Place:New Brunswick, Canada
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Text:"...888 INDIAN AFFAIRS. JOSEPH CHEW TO THOMASASTONCOFFIN. MoNTEEAL 71i April 1794 SlE, I know of but one Instance where the Sup Intendant General put Government to the Expence of Canoe and that way..."
Date:1892
Place:Michigan, USA
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Text:"...1785] WINSLOW PAPERS. 313 ThomasAstonCoffin to Ward Chipman. London, 27th Aug, 1785. My dear Chip, - * * * I hope our friend Ned [Winslow] and family are comfortably settled. I wish he was rid..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1826
Place:New Brunswick, Canada
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Text:"...888 INDIAN AFFAIRS. JOSEPH CHEW TO THOMASASTONCOFFIN. Montreal 7h April 1794 Sir, I know of but one Instance where the Sup * Intendant General put Government to the Expence of Canoe and that way..."
Date:1892
Place:Michigan, USA
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Text:"...338 INDIAN AFFAIRS. JOSEPH CHEW TO THOMASASTONCOFFIN. MONTREAL 7h April 1794 SIB, I know of but one Instance where the Sup * Intendant General put Government to the Expence of Canoe and that way..."
Date:1892
Place:Michigan, USA
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Text:"... them. I wish them all well would be hpapy to see em again. I am very sincerely Your Friend Ed. Winslow. ThomasAstonCoffin to Edward Winslow. / [Quebec], 12th July, 1788. My dear Ned, - * * * It would..."
Date:Between 1776 and 1826
Place:New Brunswick, Canada
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Text:"... Blake, who retires: Ensign Walter Douglas Phillips Patton, to be Lient., by purchase, vic^ Bridges; ThomasAstonCoffin, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Patton. S6th—Ensign Maurice Hartland Mahon..."
Date:Nov 7 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... .AstonCoffin, Gent,, to be Ensign by purchase, vice P.atton. S6th—Ensign Maurice Hartland Mahon, to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Cash, who retires ; Charles George Butler, Gent,, to be Ensign..."
Date:Nov 7 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Blake, who retires ; Ensign Walter Douglas Phillips Patton, to be Lieut.^ by purchase, vice Bridges; ThomasAstonCoffin, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Patton. 8Gth—Ensign M.aurice Hartland Mahon..."
Date:Nov 7 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...; ThomasAstonCoffin, Gent., to be Ens.. b. p., v. Adlercr'on. 37th Ft.—Lieut. Eliott Thomas Seward, to be Capt., b. p., v. Grignon, who ret.; Ens. Robert Prescott Harrison, to be Lieut., b. p., v. Seward..."
Date:July 6 1842
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to be Captain, by purchase, vies Blake, who retires; Ensign Walter Dsnglas Phillips Patton to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Bridges; ThomasAstonCoffin, Gentleman, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Patton,—86th..."
Date:Nov 9 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to attend. COFFIN. tuts City, on 26th lost., of malarial fever. In the 3Sib year oIMeage, JDLJAH R. COFBIIT, of tbe late ThomasAstonCoffin, ot Charleston, 8. c. Funeral will take place at St. Bartholomew..."
Date:May 27 1883
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"..., vice Crespigny; ThomasAstonCoffin, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Adlercron. 37th Foot-Lieutenant Eliott Thomas Seward to be Captain, by purchase, vice Grignon, who retires; Ensign Robert..."
Date:June 26 1842
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom