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Text:"...XVIII, 28 MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BULLETIN Riverbank With Bathers J. C. Cazin(l84l-I90l) The PeterChardonBrooks Memorial Collection I HE Trustees have gratefully accepted the offer . . of Mrs. Richard..."
Date:1920
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Text:"...26 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. The present occasion affords good opportanity for your Committee to express, what they so strongly feel, their most aecided disapprobation of lotteries..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...1864.] Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. 299 Differences of opinion on religious subjects soon arose between Mr. Edward Brooks and a portion of his people. The latter adhered to the rigid Calvinism..."
Date:1874
Place:England
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Text:"...ISol] Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. 299 Differences of opinion on religious subjects soon arose between T^Ir. Edward Brooks and a portion of his people. The latter adlicred to the rigid Calvinism..."
Date:1954
Place:England
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Text:"...22 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. and the preservation of Plymouth Beach, - works and objects of the most undoubted utility, - had, under the auspices of the most dignified public bodies..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...22 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. and the preservation of Plymouth Beach, - works and objects of the most undoubted utility, - had, under the auspices of the most dignified public bodies..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...22 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. and the preservation of Plymouth Beach, - works and objects of the most undoubted utility, - had, under the auspices of the most dignified public bodies..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...1866.] Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. 23 lars. In the face of these facts an extension of the privilege was asked for, by the undertakers ! Of the Springfield Bridge lottery, the committee only..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...22 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. and the preservation of Plymouth Beach, - works and objects of the most undoubted utility, - had, under the auspices of the most dignified public bodies..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...1854.] Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. 299 Differences of opinion on religious subjects soon arose between Mr, Edward Brooks and a portion of his people. The latter adhered to the rigid Calvinism..."
Date:1854
Place:England
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Text:"...26 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. The present occasion affords good opportunity for your Committee to express, what they so strongly feel, their most decided disapprobation of lotteries..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"..., 1811; m., Jan. 2, 1839, Dr. William Swaset, of Limerick, Me. (YI.) Hon. PETERCHARDONBROOKS, an insurance broker and capitalist of Boston, m., Nov. 26, l792, ANNA GORHAM, dr. of Hon. Nathaniel Gorham..."
Date:1855
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Text:"... Brooks, figures, one may note, as the crossing-point in the lineage of perhaps the two greatest of American historians, for his son PeterChardonBrooks, Joanna Halls brother, was the grandfather of Henry..."
Date:1904
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...30 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. [Jan. former discipline gnided him still. He kept himself employed, without hanr and withoat fatimie. He divided himself between four different cares ; all salutaiy..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"...30 Memoir of PeterChardonBrooks. Jan former discipline guided him still. He kept himself employed, without hurry and without fatigue. He divided himself between four different cares ; all salutary..."
Date:1855
Place:England
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Text:"... was PeterChardonBrooks, who was rated at $2,000,000 to $3,000,000. He lived during the winter months in Boston, In fact, he kept open house in the city during tho whole year. He also had a large..."
Date:June 4 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... • •*••*** Mrs. PeterChardonBrooks of Arlington street, who has been abroad for some months, arrived last week on the Incoming Saxonia, whose passenger list Included Mrs. Livingston Cushing of Weston, Mr. Paul..."
Date:Aug 3 1902
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... city. Mr. Brooks was the son of the lale PeterChardonBrooks of Boston. He possessed strong and striking qualities of character. His education was obtained iu such schools MAndoverind Exeter. He pursued..."
Date:Mar 20 1878
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
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Text:"... was married The third was that of Mr and Mrs Charles Francis Adams on Sept Mrs Adams was Abigail daughter of PeterChardonBrooks oi SOMERVILLE Heptorean Club Supports College Scholarships and a Hospital Powder..."
Date:Nov 19 1905
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America