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Civil Government in the United States Considered with Some Reference to Its Origins

By: Fiske, John, 1842-1901

... CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED by JOHN FISKE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org... ...CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES CONSIDERED WITH SOME REFERENCE Author: JOHN FISKE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: Wo... ...overnment in the United States Considered with Some Reference to Its Origins John Fiske Table of Contents Civil Government in the United States ... ...dered with Some Reference to Its Origins ............................1 John Fiske ................................................................. ...overnment in the United States Considered with Some Reference to Its Origins John Fiske This page copyright © 2004 Blackmask Online. http://www.blackm... ...n. PENNSYLVANIA—Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris, George Clymer, Thomas Fitzsimons, Jared Ingersoll, James Wilson, Gouverneur Mo...

...Table of Contents: Civil Government in the United States Considered with Some Reference to Its Origins, 1 -- John Fiske, 1 -- Dedication, 2 -- Preface, 2 -- Chapter I. TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT, 7 -- Chapter II. THE TOWNSHIP, 13 -- Chapter III. THE COUNTY, 28 -- Chapter IV. TOWNSHIP AND COUNTY, 39 -- Chapter V. THE CITY, 52 -- Chapter...

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John Clymer

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...t captured nature and the American West. Born in Ellensburg, Washington, Clymer first studied art through the Federal School correspondence course... ...rried his childhood sweetheart, and five years later, in the fall of 1937, John and Doris Clymer moved to Westport, Connecticut, where he established... ...hood sweetheart, and five years later, in the fall of 1937, John and Doris Clymer moved to Westport, Connecticut, where he established his career as ... ...ania Railroad and the Chrysler Corporation. The Saturday Evening Post Clymer did 80 covers for The Saturday Evening Post . Interviewed by Walt ... ..., trim, spokes, but forgot to paint in the door handle. Awards In 1976, Clymer received the Prix de West from the Academy of Western Art. His oils ... ...endezvous . He was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts . Clymer died in Wyoming. Today, his work is on permanent exhibit at the Cl... ...rth Pearl Street in Ellensburg, Washington. He is sometimes confused with John Clymer, an impressionist painter of landscapes and nautical scenes. ...

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Life and Times of Washington, Vol. 2

By: John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing

...LIFE AND TIMES OF by JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Classic Literature Collection World Public... ...NGTON, VOLUME 2 Title: LIFE AND TIMES OF WASHINGTON, VOLUME 2 Author: JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature P... ...rldLibrary.net Title: Life And Times Of Washington, Volume 2 Author: John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing Release Date: May, 2005... ...d Proofreading Team LIFE AND TIMES OF WASHINGTON VOLUME II by John F. Schroeder and Benson John Lossing [Editorial note: The title pag... ... available evidence indicates the work was begun by John Frederick Schroeder (1800-1857) and after his death ... ...a_. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, THOMAS MIFFLIN, ROBERT MORRIS, G GEORGE CLYMER, THOMAS FITZSIMONS, JARED INGERSOLL, JAMES WILSON, GOUVE... ...ot; from Pennsylvania, Peter and Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg and George Clymer; from Virginia, James Madison; from North Carolina, Hugh Williamson...

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Clymer repair manual

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...ehicles such as motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, personal water craft and snowmobiles. Clymer also has several book dedicated to small engines and "... ...s leaf blowers, chainsaws and other lawn and garden power equipment. Clymer repair manuals are named after their creator Floyd Cly... ...blisher, a racing promoter, an author and a motorcycle manufacturer." Clymer repair manuals are categorized as an aftermarket produ... ...repair manuals are categorized as an aftermarket product or non-OEM. Unlike OEM manuals, Clymer repair manuals are written specifically for the do it ... ...ipment and knowledge. One valuable step in the creation process of a Clymer repair manuals is the complete disassembly and reassem... ... Sea-Doo Evinrude/Johnson ... ... International Harvester John Deere Kubota ...

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The Red Seal

By: Natalie Sumner Lincoln

... stand. His manner was conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfu... ...s conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his dut... ...ploy?" "Sylvester was never in my employ," corrected Benjamin Augustus Clymer. The president of the Metropolis Trust Company was noted for his ... ...ied at that date?" At the question a faint smile touched the corners of Clymer's clean shaven mouth and his eyes traveled involuntarily toward the... ...emale whose charge of assault and battery against her husband had brought Clymer to the police court as a "character" witness in Sylvester's behalf.... ...e was barely audible. "Smith," repeated the clerk. "First name -?" "John," was the answer, given after a slight pause. "John Smith, you are ... ...nders gave me some of his cheek this afternoon, so I fired him. I engaged John Sylvester to fill his place, who comes highly recommended. He will r... ...to the signature, Clark Hildebrand. The statement spoke in high terms of John Sylvester, confidential clerk. "I can refer you to my other employe... ...ling the unsteady penmanship of the note handed to him by the new clerk, John Sylvester. Kent was still frowning at the opposite wall when a fain...

... hand and then up at the well-dressed, stockily built man occupying the witness stand. His manner was conciliatory. ?According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his duties as confidential clerk,? he stated. ?Just when was Sylvester in your employ?? ?Sylvester was never in my employ,? corrected Ben...

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John B. Clymer

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... 1915 - 1937 John B. Clymer (c. 1886 - May 24, 1937) was a Hollywood film screenwriter. ... ... 1915 - 1937 John B. Clymer (c. 1886 - May 24, 1937) was a Hollywood film screenwriter. His care... ...31) External links John B. Clymer at the Internet Movie Database ... ... External links John B. Clymer at the Internet Movie Database ...

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Spalding's Official Baseball Guide 1913

By: John B. Foster

... SPALDING'S OFFICIAL by JOHN B. FOSTER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...L GUIDE - 1913 Title: SPALDING'S OFFICIAL BASEBALL GUIDE - 1913 Author: JOHN B. FOSTER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher... ...... ...................................................................1 Edited by John B. Foster ........................................................... .............................................................................26 JOHN TOMLINSON BRUSH ...................................................... ...'l League|Cottrell |Scranton |Chicago N.L. Buffalo |Internat'l League|Clymer |Minneapolis|Chicago N.L. Columbus |American Asso. |Drohan...

...Table of Contents: Spalding's Official Baseball Guide ? 1913, 1 -- Edited by John B. Foster, 1 -- SPALDING'S OFFICIAL BASEBALL GUIDE 1913, 2 -- SPALDING'S OFFICIAL BASE BALL GUIDE, 7 -- Introduction, 8 -- EDITORIAL COMMENT, 9 -- NEW FACES IN THE OLD LEAGUE, 21 -- THE UMPIRES, 23 -- BASE BALL WRITERS O...

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John R. Clymer

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...upation Systems Engineering advisor/fellow John R. Clymer (born 1941) is an Americ... ... Systems Engineering advisor/fellow John R. Clymer (born 1941) is an American syste... ... 4 External links Biography Clymer received his B.S.E.E. and M.S.E.... ...and assist understanding complex, non-linear distributed adaptive systems.[1] In addition, Clymer is a Fellow of the Orange County... ... IS 2008.[1] In education He has been teaching since 1977. At CSUF, Dr. Clymer is a founding-member and princip... ...pany, 2007-08. Further reading Clymer, John R. (2002). "Simulation Based Engin... ...Using EXTEND+MFG+OpEMCSS". San Diego, Ca: Winter Simulation Conference.  Clymer, John R.; Victor Harrison (2002). "Simul... ...airport Using EXTEND+MFG+OpEMCSS". Digital Avionics Systems Conference.  Clymer, John R.; Associates (1999). "Optimizati... ... "Our New INCOSE Fellows from the LA Chapter" at INCOSE LA 2008. John R. Clymer at ecs.fullerton.edu. ...

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Our Country. Volume 2

By: Benson J. Lossing

...TION IN MASSACHUSETTS− −TOWNSHEND'S SCHEMES—GRENVILLE PROPOSES A STAMP TAX—JOHN HUSKE—SAMUEL ADAMS— ADDRESS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON—OTIS'S PAMPHLET I... ... other, as this writ of assistance is," "the independence of the colonies," John Adams afterward said, "was proclaimed." But absolute independence w... ...nd it slept for almost a year. For the part which he played in the matter, John Huske incurred the hot resentment of his countrymen, and he was hu... ... being too radical and incendiary. The resolutions were seconded by George Johnson of Fairfax, and a violent debate ensued. Threats were uttered; a... ... Ruggles of Massachusetts, a rank tory at heart, was chosen to preside, and John Cotton was appointed secretary. Communications were received from ... ...e delegating their powers to a committee composed of Robert Morris, George Clymer, and George Walton to act in their behalf during their absence. O... ...n, of New Jersey; Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris, George Clymer, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Jared Ingersoll, James Wilson, Gouverneur Mo...

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Hiester Clymer

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...12, 1884) was an American political leader from the state of Pennsylvania. Clymer was a member of the Hiester family political dynasty. He was the ne... ...liam Muhlenberg Hiester and the cousin of Isaac Ellmaker Hiester. Although Clymer was born in Pennsylvania, he was adamantly opposed to Abraham Lincol... ...on of the American Civil War. Elected Pennsylvania state senator in 1860, Clymer adamately opposed state legislation that supported the state Republi... ... state Republican party's war effort. After the American Civil War ended, Clymer unsuccessfully ran for the Pennsylvania Governor's office in 1866 on... ...office in 1866 on a white supremacist platform against Union Major-General John W. Geary. After his election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1... ...r his election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1872 as a Democrat, Clymer would be primarily known for his investigation of Sec. William W. Be... ... Governor of Pennsylvania in 1866 on a white supremacist policy, losing to John W. Geary. In the controversial campaign, Clymer's camp produced some ...

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Life and Times of Washington, Volume 2

By: John Frederick Schroeder

... LIFE AND TIMES OF by JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Classic Literature Collection World Publ... ...HINGTON, VOLUME 2 Title: LIFE AND TIMES OF WASHINGTON, VOLUME 2 Author: JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature ... ...... ..............................................................................1 John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing ...................... ... And Times Of Washington, Volume 2 i Life And Times Of Washington, Volume 2 John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing This page copyright © 20... ...ON. Pennsylvania. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, THOMAS MIFFLIN, ROBERT MORRIS, G GEORGE CLYMER, THOMAS FITZSIMONS, JARED INGERSOLL, JAMES WILSON, GOUVERNEUR MORR... ...dinot; from Pennsylvania, Peter and Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg and George Clymer; from Virginia, James Madison; from North Carolina, Hugh Williamso...

...Table of Contents: Life And Times Of Washington, Volume 2, 1 -- John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing, 1 -- Chapter X. WASHINGTON OUT?GENERALS HOWE. 1777, 2 -- Chapter XI. WASHINGTON HOLDS HOWE IN CHECK. 1777, 24 -- Chapter XII. BURGOYNE'S INVASION OF NEW YORK PUNISHED BY SCHUY...

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George Clymer

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...vocate complete independence from Britain . As a Pennsylvania representative, Clymer was, along with five others, a signatory of both the Declaratio... ...n political office until the end of his life. Biography Early life and family Clymer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 16th March 1739. Orp... ...rviving son Henry (born 1767) married the Philadelphia socialite Mary Willing Clymer in 1794. John Meredith, Margaret, George, and Ann also survived... ... (born 1767) married the Philadelphia socialite Mary Willing Clymer in 1794. John Meredith, Margaret, George, and Ann also survived to adulthood, th... ...4. John Meredith, Margaret, George, and Ann also survived to adulthood, though John Meredith was killed in the Whiskey Rebellion in 1787 at the age ... ...was killed in the Whiskey Rebellion in 1787 at the age of 18.Burnell, George Clymer the Signer Career Clymer was a patriot and leader in the demons... ...ee of Safety in 1773, and was elected to the Continental Congress 1776–1780. Clymer shared the responsibility of being treasurer of the Continental ...

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Our Country, Volume 2

By: Benson J. Lossing

...SITION IN MASSACHUSETTS- -TOWNSHEND'S SCHEMES—GRENVILLE PROPOSES A STAMP TAX—JOHN HUSKE—SAMUEL ADAMS— ADDRESS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON— OTIS'S PAMPHLET I... ...e other, as this writ of assistance is," "the independence of the colonies," John Adams afterward said, "was proclaimed." But absolute independence wa... ... and it slept for almost a year. For the part which he played in the matter, John Huske incurred the hot resentment of his countrymen, and he was hung... ...as being too radical and incendiary. The resolutions were seconded by George Johnson of Fairfax, and a violent debate ensued. Threats were uttered; an... ...y Ruggles of Massachusetts, a rank tory at heart, was chosen to preside, and John Cotton was appointed secretary. Communications were received from th... ...ime delegating their powers to a committee composed of Robert Morris, George Clymer, and George Walton to act in their behalf during their absence. On... ...ton, of New Jersey; Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris, George Clymer, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Jared Ingersoll, James Wilson, Gouverneur Mor...

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R. Swinburne Clymer

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...22, and served until his death, when he was succeeded by his son Emerson Myron Clymer. He had reached the rank of Grand Master in 1905. The successi... ... rank of Grand Master in 1905. The succession from Edward H Brown 'Eulis' to Clymer is questioned by many. Clymer's claim rested instead on having ... ...an Current') There are claims (unattributed, but possibly by Deveney ? ) that Clymer only attained the second degree in Eulis's Temple of the Rosy Cr... ...and the branches merged with the FRC no longer accepted the Law of Thelema . Clymer was a prolific writer. His titles include: Alchemy and Alchemist... ...he Initiates and the People, Vol.s 1 - 5 (1928-1934) The Interpretation of St. John (1913) Law of Freedom Leaders The Magnetic Power of the Mind Makin...

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Life and Times of Washington, Vol. 2

By: John Frederick Schroeder

...LIFE AND TIMES OF by JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Classic Literature Collection World Public... ...GTON, VOLUME 2 Title: LIFE AND TIMES OF WASHINGTON, VOLUME 2 Author: JOHN FREDERICK SCHROEDER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature P... ...rldLibrary.net Title: Life And Times Of Washington, Volume 2 Author: John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing Release Date: May, 2005... ...d Proofreading Team LIFE AND TIMES OF WASHINGTON VOLUME II by John Frederick Schroeder and Benson John Lossing [Editorial note: The ti... ... available evidence indicates the work was begun by John Frederick Schroeder (1800-1857) and after his death ... ...a_. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, THOMAS MIFFLIN, ROBERT MORRIS, G GEORGE CLYMER, THOMAS FITZSIMONS, JARED INGERSOLL, JAMES WILSON, GOUVE... ...ot; from Pennsylvania, Peter and Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg and George Clymer; from Virginia, James Madison; from North Carolina, Hugh Williamson...

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Wayne K. Clymer

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... ministry Wayne was ordained Deacon and Elder by Bishop John S. Stamm, becoming a member of the Atlantic Conference of the Evangeli... ...coming a member of the Atlantic Conference of the Evangelical Church. Rev. Clymer served pastorates in Ozone Park, New York and Forest Hills, New York... ...Park, New York and Forest Hills, New York. In 1946 Dr. Clymer was appointed Professor of Pastoral Care at the Evangelical Theologi... ...ary. In 1967 he became President. During a sabbatical year (1966-67), Dean Clymer served as a consultant on ministerial training to the United Church ... ...nity College in Singapore. During his tenure in theological education, Dr. Clymer served as President of the Association of Seminary Professors, the C... ...ical Center. Episcopal ministry Dr. Clymer was elected to the Episcopacy in 1972 by the North Central Jurisdict...

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The Red Seal

By: Natalie Sumner Lincoln

...ess stand. His manner was conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithful... ...was conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his dutie... ... employ?" "Sylvester was never in my employ," corrected Benjamin Augustus Clymer. The president of the Metropolis Trust Company was noted for his pre... ...rried at that date?" At the question a faint smile touched the corners of Clymer's clean shaven mouth and his eyes traveled involuntarily toward the ... ...female whose charge of assault and battery against her husband had brought Clymer to the police court as a "character" witness in Sylvester's behalf. ... ...ice was barely audible. 2 "Smith," repeated the clerk. "First name -?" "John," was the answer, given after a slight pause. "John Smith, you are ch... ...unders gave me some of his cheek this afternoon, so I fired him. I engaged John Sylvester to fill his place, who comes highly recommended. He will rep... ..." to the signature, Clark Hildebrand. The statement spoke in high terms of John Sylvester, confidential clerk. "I can refer you to my other employers... ...alling the unsteady penmanship of the note handed to him by the new clerk, John Sylvester. Kent was still frowning at the opposite wall when a faint ...

...s hand and then up at the well-dressed, stockily built man occupying the witness stand. His manner was conciliatory. According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his duties as confidential clerk, he stated. Just when was Sylvester in your employ? Sylvester was never in my employ, corrected Benjamin...

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John Berkey

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... On March 22, 2007, Excelsior, Minnesota honored him with "John Berkey Day." He was Artist Guest of Honor at Minic... ... References Frank, Jane; "The Art of John Berkey", London : Paper Tiger, 2003. ISBN 1-84340-122-3 ... ...999 External links John Berkey Art Ltd., official website of the John Berkey estate ... ... Ltd., official website of the John Berkey estate John Berkey at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database ... ... John Falter ... ... John Clymer ...

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The Red Seal

By: Natalie Sumner Lincoln

...ness stand. His manner was conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faith... ...r was conciliatory. "According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his d... ...r employ?" "Sylvester was never in my employ," corrected Benjamin Augustus Clymer. The president of the Metropolis Trust Company was noted for hi... ...married at that date?" At the question a faint smile touched the corners of Clymer's clean shaven mouth and his eyes traveled involuntarily toward t... ... female whose charge of assault and battery against her husband had brought Clymer to the police court as a "character" witness in Sylvester's behal... ...y voice was barely audible. "Smith," repeated the clerk. "First name −?" "John," was the answer, given after a slight pause. "John Smith, you are ... ...unders gave me some of his cheek this afternoon, so I fired him. I engaged John Sylvester to fill his place, who comes highly recommended. He wil... ...to the signature, Clark Hildebrand. The statement spoke in high terms of John Sylvester, confidential clerk. "I can refer you to my other employe... ...lling the unsteady penmanship of the note handed to him by the new clerk, John Sylvester. Kent was still frowning at the opposite wall when a fain...

... hand and then up at the well?dressed, stockily built man occupying the witness stand. His manner was conciliatory. ?According to your testimony, Mr. Clymer, the prisoner, John Sylvester, was honest and reliable, and faithfully performed his duties as confidential clerk,? he stated. ?Just when was Sylvester in your employ?? ?Sylvester was never in my employ,? corrected Ben...

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John Sabatina

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... Philadelphia John Sabatina is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Represent... ...links Pennsylvania House of Representatives - John Sabatina (Democrat) official PA House website ... ...se website Pennsylvania House Democratic Caucus - John Sabatina official Party website P... ...    John Lawrence (R) ... ...    John A. Maher (R) ... ...    Paul Clymer (R) ... ...    Paul Clymer (R) ...

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The Writings of Samuel Adams Volume Iii

By: Samuel Adams

...ality of Town Meetings--Right of Petition--Supremacy of Parliament. To John Dickinson, March 27th . . . 4 Controversy with Governor. To Comm... ... April 12th . . . November Town-Meeting--Controversy with Governor. To John Wadsworth, April 13th . . . Action of Duxbury. To Ezra Whitmarsh, ... ...rt on Disposal of Tea. To Arthur Lee, December 25th . . . Recommending John Scollay. To Arthur Lee, December 31st . . . Boston Town-Meeting--A... ...ecember 31st . . . Boston Town-Meeting--Action on Tea. 1774. To John Pickering, January 8th . . . Petition of Negroes. To Arthur Lee, J... ...gland. To Arthur Lee, April . . . Disposition of Lord Dartmouth. To John Dickinson, April 21st . . . Oration of Hancock--Course of Massachuset... ...the autograph of Adams. Noted as sent "by Mr Revere" to "Mr Mifflin & Geo Clymer" at Philadelphia and "Phillip Livingston & Sam Broom" at New York. ...

...own of Boston, March 23rd Report of Resolutions in Reply to Governor -- Legality of Town Meetings -- Right of Petition -- Supremacy of Parliament. To John Dickinson, March 27th......

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John Huston

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... Born John Marcellus Huston (1906-08-05)August 5, 1906 Neva... ...b. 1962) Allegra (b. 1964) John Marcellus Huston (August 5, 1906 – August 28, 1987) was an Americ... ...l links Early life John Huston was born on August 5, 1906, in Nevada, Missouri. He was the onl... ...Havilland, "she [his mother] was the central character. I always felt that John was ridden by witches. He seemed pursued by something destructive. If ... ...live with his father, who was then acting in off-Broadway productions, and John had a few small roles.[7] He remembers, while watching his father rehe... ... William Wyler (written with John B. Clymer, Olive Edens, and Dale Van Every) ...

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Outlines of English and American Literature; An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, To the Books They Wrote, And to the Times in Which They Lived

By: William J. Long

...ional Portrait Gallery, London, which is attributed to Richard Burbage or John Taylor. In the catalogue of the National Portrait Gallery the followi... ...escription is given: "The Chandos Shakespeare was the property of John Taylor, the player, by whom or by Richard Burbage it was painte... ...ning of Classicism in Literature. Alexander Pope. Swift. Addison. Steele. Johnson. Boswell. Burke. Historical Writing in the Eighteenth Century. Gib... ...al Poets. Miscellaneous Prose. The Nature Writers. History and Biography. John Fiske. Literary History and Reminiscence. Bibliography. GENERAL ... ... Cawdor Castle, Scotland, associated with Macbeth Francis Beaumont John Fletcher Ben Jonson Sir Philip Sidney Francis Bacon John M... .... _Cooper_. Life, by Lounsbury, in American Men of Letters; by Clymer (brief), in Beacon Biographies. Essays, by Erskine, in Leadin...

...After the Chandos Portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London, which is attributed to Richard Burbage or John Taylor. In the catalogue of the National Portrait Gallery the following description is given: ?The Chandos Shakespeare was the property of John Taylor, the player, by whom or by Richard Burbage it was painted. The pictur...

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John Adams

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... Children Nabby John Quincy Susanna Charles Thomas ... ...dams began presiding over the Senate. John Adams (October 30 [O.S. October 19] 1735 – July 4, 1826) was the ... ...d George Washington to be commander-in-chief, and 25 years later nominated John Marshall to be Chief Justice of the United States. ... ...ans now referred to as the Adams political family. Adams was the father of John Quincy Adams, the sixth President of the United States. His achievemen... ...husetts (then called the "north precinct" of Braintree, Massachusetts), to John Adams, Sr., and Susanna Boylston Adams.[7] Adams's birthplace is now p... ... Clymer ... ... Clymer ...

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American Prisoners of the Revolution

By: Danske Dandridge

...RS XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE--TRINITY CHURCHYARD XVI. CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD XVII. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND OTHERS ON THE SUBJECT OF ... ...o Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia, and engaged with the late Col'o John Morrow to assist his brother, Charles Morrow, in the business of a re... ...tenant, William Kelly. Third Lieutenant, Henry Bedinger. First Sergeant, John Crawford. Second Sergeant, John Kerney. Third Sergeant, Robert Howar... ... Sergeant, Robert Howard. Fourth Sergeant, Dennis Bush. First Corporal, John Seaburn. Second Corporal, Evert Hoglant. Third Corporal, Thomas Knox... ... James Hamilton, George Taylor, Adam Rider, Patrick Vaughan, Peter Hanes, John Malcher, Peter Snyder, Daniel Bedinger, John Barger, William Hickman,... ...gs as follows: "The Committee consisting of Mr. Boudinot, Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Clymer, appointed to take into consideration the state of the American pr...

...OURNAL KEPT IN THE PROVOST XIV. FURTHER TESTIMONY OF CRUELTIES ENDURED BY AMERICAN PRISONERS XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE--TRINITY CHURCHYARD XVI. CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD XVII. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND OTHERS ON THE SUBJECT OF AMERICAN PRISONERS XVIII. THE ADVENTURES OF ANDREW SHERBURNE XIX. MORE ABOUT THE ENGLISH PRISONS--MEMOIR OF ELI BICKFORD--CAPTAIN FANNING XX. SOME SOUTHERN ...

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John Wolfe, Jr.

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... Born John Wolfe, Jr. Political pa... ... Website .com.johnwolfeforamericawww John Wolfe, Jr.... ... Platform John Wolfe 2012 campaign logo. Wolfe s... ... ^ a b c d e f g h i Carroll, Chris (December 20, 2011). "Chattanooga man John Wolfe running for president in New Hampshire".   ... ...".   ^ Tupper, Leean (March 4, 2012). "John Wolfe running for President". OakRidger.com. Retrieved March 28, 2012.... ... VP Nominee: Jim Clymer ... ... VP Nominee: Jim Clymer ...

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American Prisoners of the Revolution

By: Danske Dandridge

...RS XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE--TRINITY CHURCHYARD XVI. CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD XVII. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND OTHERS ON THE SUBJECT OF ... ...o Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia, and engaged with the late Col'o John Morrow to assist his brother, Charles Morrow, in the business of a re... ...tenant, William Kelly. Third Lieutenant, Henry Bedinger. First Sergeant, John Crawford. Second Sergeant, John Kerney. Third Sergeant, Robert Howar... ... Sergeant, Robert Howard. Fourth Sergeant, Dennis Bush. First Corporal, John Seaburn. Second Corporal, Evert Hoglant. Third Corporal, Thomas Knox... ... James Hamilton, George Taylor, Adam Rider, Patrick Vaughan, Peter Hanes, John Malcher, Peter Snyder, Daniel Bedinger, John Barger, William Hickman,... ...gs as follows: "The Committee consisting of Mr. Boudinot, Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Clymer, appointed to take into consideration the state of the American pr...

...OURNAL KEPT IN THE PROVOST XIV. FURTHER TESTIMONY OF CRUELTIES ENDURED BY AMERICAN PRISONERS XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE--TRINITY CHURCHYARD XVI. CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD...

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John Connally

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...ng as the 39th Governor of Texas, as Secretary of the Navy under President John F. Kennedy, and as Secretary of the Treasury under President Ri... ...t of San Antonio . He was one of seven children born to Lela (née Wright) and John Bowden Connally, Sr., a dairy and tenant farmer . At the time, Co... ... of lieutenant commander .Charles Ashman, Connally: The Adventures of Big Bad John, New York: William Morrow & Company, 1974, p. 62 On his release ... ...Navy, Connally practiced law in the Alvin Wirtz law firm, until Lyndon Baines Johnson, then a newly elected senator, persuaded him to return to Wash... ...o return to Washington, D.C. to serve as a key aide. He had close ties with Johnson before his navy days and maintained them till the president's d... ...y in early states and won the Iowa caucus . The Houston political activist Clymer Wright rejected both Connally and Bush and served as Reagan's f...

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American Prisoners of the Revolution

By: Danske Dandridge

...HYARD .......................................52 CHAPTER XVI. THE CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD ........................................................... ...HAPTER XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE—TRINTY CHURCHYARD • CHAPTER XVI. THE CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD • CHAPTER XVII. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND OTHERS ON THE SUBJ... ...e to Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia, and engaged with the late Col'o John Morrow to assist his brother, Charles Morrow, in the business of a r... ...Lieutenant, William Kelly. Third Lieutenant, Henry Bedinger. First Sergeant, John Crawford. Second Sergeant, John Kerney. Third Sergeant, Robert Howar... ...Third Sergeant, Robert Howard. Fourth Sergeant, Dennis Bush. First Corporal, John Seaburn. Second Corporal, Evert Hoglant. Third Corporal, Thomas Knox... ...hings as follows: “The Committee consisting of Mr. Boudinot, Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Clymer, appointed to take into consideration the state of the American pr...

...THER TESTIMONY OF CRUELTIES ENDURED BY AMERICAN -- PRISONERS, 50 -- Chapter XV. THE OLD SUGAR HOUSE?TRINTY CHURCHYARD, 52 -- Chapter XVI. THE CASE OF JOHN BLATCHFORD, 56 -- Chapter XVII. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND OTHERS ON THE SUBJECT OF -- AMERICAN PRISONERS, 66 -- Chapter XVIII. THE ADVENTURES OF ANDREW SHERBURNE, 71 -- Chapter XIX. MORE ABOUT THE ENGLISH PRISONS?MEMOIR OF E...

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List of defunct automobile manufacturers of the United States

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...ott-Detroit (1909–1916; Abbott 1917–1918)Abbotts were built in Cleveland. Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925 (New York:... ...911)Adams-Farwell (1899–1912)Adria (1921–1922)A.E.C. (or Anger) (1913–1915)Clymer, p.205; Aerocar (1905–1908)Aero Car (1921)Aerocar (1946)Aero-Type (V... ...rocar (1905–1908)Aero Car (1921)Aerocar (1946)Aero-Type (Victor Page model)Clymer, p.205.Ahrens-Fox (1913)Airscoot (1947)Airway (1949–1950)Flory, J. ... ...1920–1921)Ajax (1925–1926)Ajax Electric (1901–1903)Built in New York City. Clymer, p.178.Aland (1916–1917)Albany (1907–1908)Albatross (1939)ALCO (1909... ...4; American Bantam 1938–1941)American Beauty (1918–1920) (see Pan-American)Clymer, p.170.American Berliet (1906–1908)American De Dion (1900–1901)Ameri... ... Vehicle (1897–1907)Electronomic (see Hood Steamer)Elgin (1916–1924)Elite (Johnson model)Clymer, pp.23 & 207. Distinct from Elite.Elite (1901–1902)Elk... ...17)Jenkins (1907–1912)Jewell (1906–1907; Jewel 1908–1909)Jewett (1922–1927)Johnson (1905–1912)Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.23 & 153.Jones (1914–1920... ...sing, LLC (14. Juli 2012), ISBN 1258426994; ISBN 978-1258426996 Headfield, John: American Steam-Car Pioneers: A Scrapbook, Newcomen Society in North; ...

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The Writings of Samuel Adams Collected and Edited by Harry Alonso Cushing Volume Iii

...ality of Town Meetings--Right of Petition--Supremacy of Parliament. To John Dickinson, March 27th . . . Controversy with Governor. To Committe... ... April 12th . . . November Town-Meeting--Controversy with Governor. To John Wadsworth, April 13th . . . Action of Duxbury. To Ezra Whitmarsh, ... ...rt on Disposal of Tea. To Arthur Lee, December 25th . . . Recommending John Scollay. To Arthur Lee, December 31st . . . Boston Town-Meeting--... ...cember 31st . . . Boston Town-Meeting--Action on Tea. 1774. To John Pickering, January 8th . . . Petition of Negroes. To Arthur Lee, J... ...gland. To Arthur Lee, April . . . Disposition of Lord Dartmouth. To John Dickinson, April 21st . . . Oration of Hancock--Course of Massachuset... ...the autograph of Adams. Noted as sent "by Mr Revere" to "Mr Mifflin & Geo Clymer" at Philadelphia and "Phillip Livingston & Sam Broom" at New York. ...

...own of Boston, March 23rd . . . Report of Resolutions in Reply to Governor--Legality of Town Meetings--Right of Petition--Supremacy of Parliament. To John Dickinson, March 27th . . . Controversy with Governor. To Committee of Correspondence of Littleton, March 31st . . . Acknowledgment of Co-operation. To Nathan Sparhawk, March 31st . . . Political Activity of Rutland. To ...

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Walt Reed

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...ral works on illustration and illustrators including Harold von Schmidt, John Clymer, and Joseph Clement Coll . In 1974, he founded the gallery Il... ...orks on illustration and illustrators including Harold von Schmidt, John Clymer, and Joseph Clement Coll . In 1974, he founded the gallery Illustr...

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Outlines of English and American Literature; An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, To the Books They Wrote, And to the Times in Which They Lived

By: William J. Long

...ional Portrait Gallery, London, which is attributed to Richard Burbage or John Taylor. In the catalogue of the National Portrait Gallery the followi... ...escription is given: "The Chandos Shakespeare was the property of John Taylor, the player, by whom or by Richard Burbage it was painte... ...ning of Classicism in Literature. Alexander Pope. Swift. Addison. Steele. Johnson. Boswell. Burke. Historical Writing in the Eighteenth Century. Gib... ...al Poets. Miscellaneous Prose. The Nature Writers. History and Biography. John Fiske. Literary History and Reminiscence. Bibliography. GENERAL ... ... Cawdor Castle, Scotland, associated with Macbeth Francis Beaumont John Fletcher Ben Jonson Sir Philip Sidney Francis Bacon John M... ...rs. Cooper. Life, by Lounsbury, in American Men of Letters; by Clymer (brief), in Beacon Biographies. Essays, by Erskine, in Leadin...

...After the Chandos Portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London, which is attributed to Richard Burbage or John Taylor. In the catalogue of the National Portrait Gallery the following description is given....

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Midland Motor Company

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...ng American brass era automobile manufacturer in Moline, Illinois .*Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925 (New Yor... ...ormed from the remnants of the Deere-Clark automobile company after the John Deere company pulled out of the venture. In 1910, Midland produced t... ...spoke wheels, and the choice of partial tonneau or roadster with trunk .Clymer, p.93. The Model K was four-seater with a 390in3 (6389cc) (4¾×5½-... ...ke wheels, and the choice of touring or demi-tonneau bodies. Sources Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925 (New Yor...

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World Ebook Library's Selected Works of Holmes

By: Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

...ioner Medical Libraries Some of My Early Teachers A Memoir of John Lothrop Motley THE AUTOCRAT OF THE BREAKFAS... ...ele formed the centre, and which gave us the Spectator? Or to that where Johnson, and Goldsmith, and Burke, and Reynolds, and Beauclerk, and Boswel... ...ce. Did I not elope from school to see Revenge, and Prospect, and Little John, and Peacemaker run over the race-course where now yon suburban villa... ...of them. [The company looked as if they wanted an explanation.] When John and Thomas, for instance, are talking together, it is natural enough ... ...ities distinctly to be recognized as taking part in that dialogue between John and Thomas. Three Johns. 1. The real John; known only to his Ma... ... where he was in the habit of going to visit a fashionable relative, Mrs. Clymer Ketchum, of 24 Carat Place. She, at any rate, understood very well ... ...urray Bradshaw, had made a half- playful bet with his fair relative, Mrs. Clymer Ketchum, that he would bag a girl within twelve months of date who ... ...ll about it." Murray Bradshaw went home and wrote a long letter to Mrs. Clymer Ketchum, of 24 Carat Place, containing many interesting remarks and... ... scholars, she received the very flattering attention of a call from Mrs. Clymer Ketchum, of 24 Carat Place. This was in consequence of a suggestio...

...cholastic and Bedside Teaching The Medical Profession in Massachusetts The Young Practitioner Medical Libraries Some of My Early Teachers A Memoir of John Lothrop Motley...

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Al Miller II

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...he 1962, 1963, 1965–1967 and 1970 seasons, with 31 career starts, including the Indianapolis 500 races in 1963 (in a John Crosthwaite designed car) an... ...nd Driver magazine August 1963 ^ Indianapolis 500 Mile Race USAC Yearbook 1963. Floyd Clymer ... ...AC Yearbook 1963. Floyd Clymer ^ Indianapolis 500 Mile Race USAC Yearbook 1965. Floyd Clymer ...

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The Antislavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4

By: Stan Goodman

...TIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA .............................74 TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON—A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA. .................................. ... TESTIMONY OF MR. HIRAM WHITE—A NATIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA • TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON—A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA. • TESTIMONY OF ANGELINA GRIMKE WELD... ...lty to Women slaves; Christian slave a martyr for Jesus. TESTIMONY of REV. JOHN GRAHAM; Twenty−seven slaves whipped. TESTIMONY of WILLIAM POE; H... ...rt 3 of 4 AMERICAN SLAVERY AS IT IS: TESTIMONY of A THOUSAND WITNESSES. 5 John Randolph's legacy to Essex and Hetty. DWELLINGS; Witnesses; Slav... ...hild chained to her neck; Amalgamation, and mulatto children. TESTIMONY of JOHN M. NELSON; Rev. Conrad Speece influenced Alexander Nelson when dyi... ... been declined by the old Congress, and were not pleasing to some people. M. Clymer concurred with Mr. Sherman. The Anti−Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4... ...Miffin, do. Pennsylvania. 14 Robert Morris, May 25. 15 Gen. Clymer, “ 28. 16 Thos. Fitzsimmons, “ 25. ... ...ling the yeas and nays, if gentlemen persisted in pressing the question. Mr. Clymer (of Penn.) hoped the motion would be withdrawn for the present, an... ...d are as follows:— Yeas.—Messrs. Ames, Benson, Boudinot, Brown, Cadwallader, Clymer, Fitzsimons, Floyd, Foster, Gale, Gerry, Gilman, Goodhue, Griffin,...

...3 -- TESTIMONY OF MR. WM. C. GILDERSLEEVE, A NATIVE OF GEORGIA, 74 -- TESTIMONY OF MR. HIRAM WHITE?A NATIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 74 -- TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON?A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA, 75 -- TESTIMONY OF ANGELINA GRIMKE WELD, 76 -- GENERAL TESTIMONY, 83 -- FROM NILES' BALTIMORE REGISTER FOR 1829, VOL 35, p. 4, 88 -- TESTIMONY OF B. SWAIN, ESQ, OF NORTH CAROLINA, 88 -- TE...

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List of wildlife artists

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... wildlife artists, museum, or exhibition of wildlife art, worldwide. A John Abbot Jackson Miles Abbott Joy Adamson Jacques-Laurent Agasse Rich... ...ackson Miles Abbott Joy Adamson Jacques-Laurent Agasse Richard Ansdell John James Audubon B Don Balke Peter Barrett Robert Bateman John Ban... ...rry Bisch Steve Bloom Karl Blossfeldt Carl Brenders Rembrandt Bugatti John Busby C Mark Catesby Raymond Ching John Clymer Guy Coheleach S... ...ers Rembrandt Bugatti John Busby C Mark Catesby Raymond Ching John Clymer Guy Coheleach Simon Combes D Thomas Aquinas Daly John Davis ... ...Ching John Clymer Guy Coheleach Simon Combes D Thomas Aquinas Daly John Davis Gerald Curtis Delano B.L.Driscoll Barry Driscoll Gerald Durr... ...is Delano B.L.Driscoll Barry Driscoll Gerald Durrell E Eric Ennion John Eveleigh F Melanie Fain Al Feldstein Joe Ferrante Louis Agassiz...

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Nineteenth-Century American Suffragists in the News

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...ols of Kansas. Secretaries, Mrs. Martha C. Wright of New York, Mr. Oliver Johnson of this city, and Mrs. Henrietta Johnson of New-Jersey. Business ... ...Miss Susan B. Anthony, Mr. T. W. Higginson, Mr. James Mott, Mrs. M. A. W. Johnson, and Mr. William Green, Jr. Treasurer, Mr. Wendell Phillips. Fin... ...sing $50; and the Rev. T. W. Higginson read a leader from the Rev. Samuel Johnson. Senor De Belancourt y Agramante, without mounting the platform mo... ...ogize to the Convention. Mrs. Ernestine L. Rose made some remarks on Mr. Johnson's letter, that it was not true that the mother was deprived of her... ...nthony, Wendell Phillips, Ernestine L. Rose, Rev. Beriah Green, Elizabeth Johnes and Others-- What is Woman's Sphere? About four hundred persons, ma... ...izations had not been represented, and read a letter from Mrs. Ella Dietz Clymer, who should have spoken for the Federation of Clubs. "We say 'Mrs. ...

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Velie

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...company was founded by and named for Willard Velie, a maternal grandson of John Deere. Velie founded Velie Carriage Company in 1902, which was succes... ...2008, p.E10. History Velie ads bragged they "produce every important part"Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877–1925 (New York:... ...n-Lipe sliding-gear transmission with three forward and one reverse speed).Clymer, p.92. It was a four-seater with a 115 in (2921 mm) wheelbase a... ...US$1500Clymer, p.63. for the Colt Runabout and US$1600 for the Oakland 40, Clymer, p.84. but well below even American's lowest-price model, at US$4250... ...w even American's lowest-price model, at US$4250 (its highest was US$5250).Clymer, p.91. In 1914, a six-cylinder Continental joined electric start an...

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