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  • 1885-1900, Volume 24 Harbin, George by James McMullen Rigg 482622Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 24 Harbin, GeorgeJames McMullen
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Harbin 17266771911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Harbin HARBIN, or Kharbin, town of Manchuria, on the
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  • Hardy v. Harbin by Ward Hunt Syllabus 818211Hardy v. Harbin — SyllabusWard Hunt Court Documents Opinion of the Court United States
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  • Thomas Harbin newspaper article  (1892)  by George Alfred Townsend 66125Thomas Harbin newspaper articleGeorge Alfred Townsend1892 Washington, D
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  • Insurance Company 154 U.S. 593 (1873) The Adelia 154 U.S. 598 (1874) Hardy v. Harbin 154 U.S. 608 (1874) Northwestern Union Packet Company v. Euphralia F Viles
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  • was George Harbin, also a nonjuror, the chaplain of Lord Weymouth, and friend of Bishop Ken. In fact, according to one authority, Harbin himself avowed
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  • ). Hanson, Levett Hanson, Richard Davies Hanway, Jonas Harbert, William Harbin, George Harbord, Edward Harborne, William Harcarse, Lord Harclay, Andrew
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  • Harbin, George→
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  • Hankeford, William Hankin, Edward Hankinson, Thomas Edwards Hannibal, Thomas Harbin, George Hare, Nicholas Harington, John Herbert Harrington, James (1664-1693)
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  • born 19 Aug., 1824; married 19 Aug., 1862, Annie, younger dau. of Peter T. Harbin, Esq., of Wandsworth, London. 6, Warwick Square, S.W.; 10, King's Bench
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  • was the owner of the house, had it leased out, and 'instructed' officer Harbin to enter it and 'see what('s) what in there.' The officers found a bathroom
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  • department of his observations. Soon afterward two local police officers, Harbin and Chance, arrived at Bridgaman's home, and the three then went to the
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  • not being able to read Spanish, he could make nothing of them. James M. Harbin swore that Knight was at Los Angeles three weeks in the spring of 1846,
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  • Harbin, George
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  • in the conduct of the Russo-Japanese war and later was resident-general of Korea.  He was assassinated by a Korean at Harbin, Manchuria, Oct. 26, 1909.
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  • Hanway, Jonas Hanwell Haparanda Haplodrili Haptara Hapur Hara-kiri Harald Harbin Harbinger Harbour Harburg Harcourt Harcourt, Simon Harcourt, 1st Viscount
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  • it from a manuscript copy of the 'Survey' which belonged to 'Mr. George Harbin.' Regarded as a history of the county Coker's work is slight, though he
    311 bytes (588 words) - 21:25, 7 May 2012
  • trade are New-chwang, Ngantung (Japanese Antoken) Dalny (Jap. Dairen), and Harbin: Port Arthur (Liu Shun-k'ou), being the terminus of the Siberian railway
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  • besides the capital are Kwang-chêng-tsze, 80 m. N.W. of the capital, and Harbin on the Sungari river. The city of Kirin is situated at the foot of the Lau-Ye-Ling
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  • Harbin
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