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Text:"... Lives at M. Fultons in Seven Starr Lane M. Isaac Walker for N°. 6 reports that One HornWife from Broad Bay Lives in Phillips Buildings near the Battery One M. Bull from Concord about three weeks ago..."
Date:1887
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... ago Lives at M. Fultons in Seven Starr Lane M^ Isaac Walker for N**. 6 reports that One HornWife from Broad Bay Lives in Phillips Buildings near the Battery One M. Bull from Concord about three weeks..."
Date:1887
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., Catherine Van Horn, Wife of Henry Bedlow Dyed in Labor of this Child. Jany 15th 1785 was born John Plajer Crosby son of Doctr. Ebenezer Crosby Catherine Bedlow his wife. Feby 7th 1786 Was Born William Bedlow..."
Date:1900
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., built in 181S-19. and dedicated August 19, 1819: - Sept. iQ, 1810. Mr. Gad \an HornWife, You are seated in Pew No. 42 in the body on north aisle. E.WILLIAMS, Seating DANL BONTECOU. \ Comttee. ^Ci^ 0..."
Date:1893
Publication place:Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... ago Lives at M. Fultons in Seven Starr Lane M^ Isaac Walker for N°. 6 reports that One HornWife from Broad Bay Lives in Phillips Buildings near the Battery One M. Bull from Concord about three weeks..."
Date:1887
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., built in 1818-19, and dedicated August 19,1819: Sept. 19, 1819. Mr. Gad Van HornWife, You are seated in Pew No. 42 in the body on north aisle. E.WILLIAMS, ) Seating DANL BONTECOU. C Comttee. ^tH^ T..."
Date:1893
Publication place:Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Months ago Lives at M ra . Fultons in Seven Starr Lane M r . Isaac Walker for N. G reports that One HornWife from Broad Bay Lives in Phillips Buildings near the Battery One M rs . Bull from Concord about..."
Date:1887
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Lives at M. Fultons in Seven Starr Lane M^ Isaac Walker for N°. 6 reports that One HornWife from Broad Bay Lives in Phillips Buildings near the Battery One M. Bull from Concord about three weeks ago..."
Date:Between 1754 and 1763
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to the speakers and the ar tists, Misses -ltortiboys. Mielclewright, Harvey and Mr. V. Ef. Horn. ... Wife Declines to Prosecute. Ernest Howard (38) appeared at the Parramatta Polico Court on Monday, on a charge..."
Publication:May 25 1921 - Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Stoneman, T Dalley, M De Pedrorenit, C Baker, H Harris, Mrs R Barnuui, A Lotblao, J Miller, Mrs A I Mc- Fadden, V Fine, Capt J J Vau Horn, Wife and child. • N.rurillnii tile NHVPr 11111. Washington, Feb. 14..."
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Date:Day Month 1878
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Globe. Tnc plants look up to heaven, from whence they have their nourishment Shakespeare. TnERE is something wron? with the prcachinjr that won't 'hit a sinner somewhere. Ram's Horn. Wife "How sweetly..."
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Date:Day Month 1895
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Philadelphia Times An Austrian professor claims to have discovered that tho toul is nothing more nor less than the natural per fumeof tho hair Indianajwlit Hams HornWife So they returned your man nscript..."
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Date:Day Month 1890
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Text:"...^îEME COURT OF QUEENSLAND In the WILL of MARY THERESA LONG HORNWife of Edgar Longhorn of Ox ford street Thompson Estate Brisbane In the State of Queensland Engineer Deceased Notice Is hereby given that after..."
Publication:Sep 26 1931 - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Page:3
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Ham's Horn. Wife "I think deafness the most distressing ot all Infirmities." Husband "l don't" Detroit Tribune. "Is Mlsa llinoto a good singer?" "Sho must be. Every other girt In the choir seeius..."
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Date:Day Month 1893
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Text:"... with Mary Brailsford (formerly Down ing), of Broken Hill. The action was undefended. Mrs. Williams was granted an order nisi for divorce. Mr. L. M. Wright for Mrs. Wil- Horn's Wife Seeks Divorce.— Daphne..."
Publication:Mar 14 1947 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Page:5
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., but no explanation has been made as to how it happens that when the playful zephyrs seize hold of a man's hat they always make a straight shoot for the nearest mudpuddle. — Ram's Horn. —Wife (revisiting the scene..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Text:"...—Relatives reside j in Truro. Cornwall. J. Dave.y—Wile ?nd lour children living at Lir.da. Valley. {Thomas Gays—Parents resided at Chelteii haui. Victoria. William Horn—Wife and 1 six children residing at Black Lead..."
Publication:Nov 2 1912 - Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Page:10
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... flat. Atchison Globe. The plants look up to heaven, front whence they have their nourishment. Shakespeare. There is something 5vrong with thos preaching that won't hit a sinner somewhere. Ham's Horn..."
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Date:Day Month 1895
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in Runaway As the result ot a runaway accident on Sunday afternoon last Mrs HornWife of CapL Horn U S A stationed at Fort Myw was yesterday confined to her home She was not Injured but Is suf fering from..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... white linen garnishad with green silk. Local Superiority, guperiority of some men untoly local. They are great because t^elr WOcfttons are little. —Jobaeoa. MR8. EDITH HORN, WIFE OF 8IX MONTHS, DRINK8..."
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Date:Day Month 1914
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