Author: Frances Manwaring CaulkinsPublish On: 2010-02
Change of style. — A Spanish vessel long detained in New London iintl part of its cargo stolen. — Execution of Sarah Bramble. — Col. Washington in town. — Another memorial on fortification. — The French Neutrals.— Incidents of the war.
Author: Frances Manwaring Caulkins
Publisher: Applewood Books
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1852 Excerpt: ...of 1676 may be assigned. Mr. Carpenter lived at Niantic Ferry, of which he had a lease from Edward Palmes. He left an only son, David, baptized Nov. 12th, 1682, and several daughters. His relict married William Stevens, of Killingworth. Alexander Pygan, died in 1701. On his first arrival in the plantation, Mr. Pygan appears to have been a lawless young man, of " passionate and distempered carriage," as it was then expressed; one who we may suppose " left his country for his country's good." But the restraints and influences with which he was here surrounded, produced their legitimate effect, and he became a discreet and valuable member of the community. Alexander Pygan, of Norwich, Old England, was married unto Judith, daughter of William Redfin, (Redfield, ) June 17th, 1667. Children. 1. Sarah, born Feb. 23d, 1669-70; married Nicholas Hallam. 2. Jane, " Feb., 1670-1; married Jonas Green. Mrs. Judith Pygan died April 30th, 1678. After the death of his wife, Mr. Pygan dwelt a few years at Saybrook, where he had a shop of goods, and was licensed by the county court as an innkeeper. Here also he married an estimable woman, Lydia, relict of Samuel Boyes, April 15th, 1684. Only one child was the issue of this marriage. 3. Lydia, born Jan. 10th, 16S4-5; married Rev. Eliphalet Adams. Samuel Boyes, the son of Mrs. Lydia Pygan, by her first husband, was bom Dec. 6th, 1673. Mr. Pygan soon returned with his family to New London, where he died in the year 1701. He is the only person of the family name of Pygan, that the labor of genealogists has as yet brought to light in New England. His relict, Mrs. Lydia Pygan, died July 20th, 1734. She was the daughter of William and Lydia Bemont, of Saybrook, and born March 9 th, 1644.1 1 Her mother is said...
The Downtown New London Historic District is generally bordered by the west bank of the Thames River , and Brewer , State ... The Bulkeley House and Lawrence Hospital building are fine examples of post - Revolutionary Federal style .
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... newspapers of her authoritarian , get - out - of - my - way style resulted in a loss of integrity in New London . 193 That forceful and dramatic style of leadership also led her to burn through numerous senior administrators ...
Author: Paul P. Marthers
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Universities and colleges
When founded in 1911, Connecticut College for Women was a pioneering women's college that sought to prepare the progressive era's «new woman» to be self-sufficient. Despite a path-breaking emphasis on preparation for work in the new fields opening to women, Connecticut College and its peers have been overlooked by historians of women's higher education. This book makes the case for the significance of Connecticut College's birth and evolution, and contextualizes the college in the history of women's education. «Eighth Sister No More» examines Connecticut College for Women's founding mission and vision, revealing how its grassroots founding to provide educational opportunity for women was altered by coeducation; how the college has been shaped by changes in thinking about women's roles and alterations in curricular emphasis; and the role local community ties played at the college's point of origin and during the recent presidency of Claire Gaudiani, the only alumna to lead the college. Examining Connecticut College's founding in the context of its evolution illustrates how founding mission and vision inform the way colleges describe what they are and do, and whether there are essential elements of founding mission and vision that must be remembered or preserved. Drawing on archival research, oral history interviews, and seminal works on higher education history and women's history, «Eighth Sister No More» provides an illuminating view into the liberal arts segment of American higher education.
Author: United States. Internal Revenue ServicePublish On: 1997
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Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service
Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
Newman Guild of Butler Univ , Indianapolis , In . New Life Mission Inc. , Lakeland , Fl . New London Academy Restoration and Preservation Newman High School Foundation , Mason City , la . ... New Life Style Program , St. Louis , Mo.
Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
A terrace or two of solid-looking villas in contemporary London style duly appeared, and Manor Park Crescent, with the new London and County Bank and adjacent small parade of shops on the main road corner, at the first tram terminus, ...
Author: Alan A Jackson
Originally published in 1973, Semi-Detached London looks at the great suburban expansion of London between the two world wars. The book covers all aspects of urban history, presenting an authoritative and balanced account of the Great Suburban Age, and the final uninhibited forty years before the Green Belt and Development Plan. The roles of the speculative builder, the estate developer and the local authorities receive careful attention and the author’s special knowledge of London’s transport systems ensures that the leading part they played is fully developed. Students of social, urban and transport history will find this book a valuable source of reference.
It is electrotyped and printed from new , large type , at the University Press , Cambridge , on fine tinted paper ... 12mo , half maroon calf , extra , Style 2 , 6 vols . , izmo , half red morocco , extra , Style 3 , 66 6 20.00 66 20.00 ...
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Author: Tim Maher
Publisher: Manning Publications
No-nonsense and practical, yet with wit and charm. A joy to read."" -Dan Sanderson, Software Developer, Amazon.com ""Shows style, not just facts-valuable."" -Brian Downs, former Training Director, Lucent Technologies ""Brilliant, never tedious-highly recommended!"" -Jon Allen, Maintainer of perldoc.perl.org ""You could have chosen no better primer than this book."" -Damian Conway, from the Foreword Perl is a complex language that can be difficult to master. Perl advocates boast that ""There's More Than One Way To Do It,"" but do you really want to learn several ways of saying the same thing to a computer? To make Perl more accessible, Dr. Tim Maher has over the years designed and taught an essential subset of the language that is smaller, yet practical and powerful. With this engaging book you can now benefit from ""Minimal Perl,"" even if all you know about Unix is grep. You will learn how to write simple Perl commands-many just one-liners-that go far beyond the limitations of Unix utilities, and those of Linux, MacOS/X, etc. And you'll acquire the more advanced Perl skills used in scripts by capitalizing on your knowledge of related Shell resources. Sprinkled throughout are many Unix-specific Perl tips. This book is especially suitable for system administrators, webmasters, and software developers.
Author: Connecticut. General AssemblyPublish On: 1857
... under the name of New London Marine Insurance Company , -all actions or causes of action , suits or demands of every kind , name or nature , shall be and remain to and against said company by the name and style of the New London ...