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Exeter in 1830

William Gilman Perry

Exeter in 1830

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Published by P. E. Randall in [Hampton, N.H.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Exeter (N.H.)
    • Subjects:
    • Exeter (N.H.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William Gilman Perry. Exeter in 1776, by Charles H. Bell. With introductions and additional notes by Nancy C. Merrill.
      ContributionsBell, Charles Henry, 1823-1893.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF44.E9 P43 1972
      The Physical Object
      Pagination102, 39 p.
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5101490M
      LC Control Number74173554

      These features, when added to the great stands of timber nearby, supplied much that a new settlement needed to take root and prosper. Nov 25th, An advertisement offers a premium of 20 guineas for plans, for the erection of a new market house at Tiverton. There were demonstrations against the stamp tax in The end of Queen Anne's War in was followed by a period of uneasy peace with the Indians untilwhen Indian raids struck Dover and Oyster River again.

      The new building here described did not include the present handsome front, which was not erected until several more years had elapsed] Feb 22nd, A meeting held at Teignmouth to consider the proposal to erect the present bridge, extending across the river Shaldon. They entered largely into the manufacture of palm leaf hats, which were worn almost exclusively during the hot months, being light and cool as well as cheap. If children of men want to use me they will be by that the safer and the more sure of victory the bolder in heart and the happier in mind, in spirit the wiser. He entered Parliament inas member for the University of Cambridge and was soon afterwards Knighted and appointed Attorney -General. The King is on his way to Ireland and the royal progress and festivities continued without check. The minister took with him about individuals to found the town he named after Exeter [4] in DevonEngland.

      The roof structure, which is often an easy way to see evidence of a chimney, likewise, doesn't have any of the hallmark chimney framing called chimney girts. New Year's Day was devoted to festivities, processions, and dinners. On April 20, Exeter sent Capt. Although Edward Jr. On the festive occasion referred to there arrived from Bovey Tracey a long procession of carriages, waggons, and horses enlivened by bands of music, and decorated with flags and evergreens.


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Appleton Shute, absconded after having embezzled a large part of the bank's funds. Wheelwright's supporters were given harsh penalties by the court, and Mrs. So if this theory is right in that the house originally had a center fireplace that would have made it habitable as round-the-clock dwelling, then who built it and why was it built as a dwelling on the same property as another dwelling?

There aren't any casurae half-line divisions in the original manuscript, and the lines are set out like prose, not broken like poetry!

Marquess of Exeter

He was a typical deacon of the old time, positive in his convictions, an observer of all the ordinances, and a staunch defender of his creed, not popular with the young, not given to hilarity, but withal a kind neighbor. Two years later the United Gas Company established a branch in Plymouth and supplied gas made from coal, and this absorbed the oil gas company inbut in turn was absorbed by the present company in BUCK the other member.

For this comprehensive scheme, the execution of which would have saved an extravagant expenditure in Parliamentary warfare which has since been incurred a capital of three millions was though sufficient. The religious teaching of Anne Hutchinson Wheelwright's sister-in-lawcombined with political and economic disputes, had split Massachusetts into a Boston faction and a country faction.

My name is famous. The Exeter Book has been dated to c. They could look back fondly on the heroic achievements of the founders, who had established a successful wilderness settlement without having the backing of the Royal Government or English merchants, which other early settlements had enjoyed.

March 25th, At an influential public meeting at Barnstable on the 19th, Earl Fortescue in the chair, it was resolved to establish an Infirmary for the north of Devon in that town. The same thing was done on the first floor as you can see below- all of the original posts were cut off at the floor and ceiling making the house scary from a structural standpoint.

The shortage of specie, however, was so great that many people, especially farmers, clamored for a reissue of paper currency. He served as Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire. John Phillips.

Devon, England Genealogy Online Records

The Rollins family at Lamprey River had neglected to go to a garrison house for the night. In the Tory Robert Fowle published what was possibly Exeter's first newspaper. He was succeeded by his son, the third Marquess. The photo on the left shows an original post that was kept in tact, perhaps because it's inside of a closet.

Exeter, however, did continue to grow in the nineteenth century. A partial text of the acts reached New Hampshire in May It was a long, two-storied house, plain in appearance, with two front doors, and a long drawn out ell on Spring Street.

New parishes could be set off from older ones only by an affirmative vote by the old parish, which never was happy to lose a source of revenue, or by approval of the provincial assembly.

Jan 23rd, A heavy fall of snow was succeeded by a heavy frost during which the thermometer at the Devon and Exeter Institution fell to thirteen degrees. Many protests were made against the act of vandalism.

A journal about uncovering the mysteries of an old house.Jan 28,  · The shortest month, February, seems like the longest month of winter. Granted the last month of any season always seems to have outlived its welcome. Yet, in New England we persist in Author: Barbara Rimkunas. Exeter Genealogy (in Rockingham County, NH) USA (,) > New Hampshire (7,) > Rockingham County (1,) > Exeter ().

Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. The Exeter Book, Exeter Cathedral Library MSalso known as the Codex Exoniensis, is a tenth-century book or codex which is an anthology of Anglo-Saxon atlasbowling.com is one of the four major Anglo-Saxon literature codices, along with the Vercelli Book, Nowell Codex and the Cædmon manuscript or MS Junius 11; the book was donated to the library of Exeter Cathedral by Leofric, the first bishop.

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Dr Ryan Hanley, from the University of Exeter, has shown how the writers and campaigners were involved in shaping religion and politics, not only.

Exeter, Holy Trinity baptisms: , Toronto Public Library. The Exeter Book is a 10 th-century anthology of poetry in Old English and is of major importance to Exeter Cathedral, the Cathedral Library and English literature itself.

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