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  • Reference Work (1914) Newton, John 114419The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Newton, John Newton, John, American engineer and soldier, was born
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  • 11516Q1247611John Newton (disambiguation)John Newton (disambiguation)This is a disambiguation page. It lists authors that share the same name. If an article
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  • 1084852Q2355280John NewtonJohnNewtonNewton,_John18221895US Army general and Chief of the Corps of Engineers "The Improvement of East River and Hell Gate"
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  • OBITUARY NOTES. General John Newton, a distinguished officer, Chief of Engineers of the United States Army, and an eminent engineer, best known, perhaps
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  • Simpson Newton, Hon. Hibbert Nichols, George Robert Nicholson, Sir Charles Nicholson, Hon. William Nickle, Major-General Sir Robert Nimmo, Hon. John Nisbet
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  • John Newton by John Gillespie Ewing 104466Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 John NewtonJohn Gillespie Ewing A soldier and engineer, born
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  • October 1886  (1886)  Sketch of General John Newton   968418Popular Science Monthly Volume 29 October 1886 — Sketch of General John Newton  1886
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  • Personnel    786 Apr 23 Authorizing Reinstatement of John Krey as Assistant Engineer in Engineer Department of the United States Army Without Regard to
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  • board of visitors of the U.S. Naval Academy. He was elected alderman of Newton, Mass., in 1900, was reëlected for two terms, and then elected mayor (1903-4)
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  • civil engineer and amateur astronomer, born at Glasgow on 13 Nov. 1837, was only son of John Robinson McClean, M.P., F.R.S., a civil engineer of repute
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  • mining engineer, baptised at Camborne in Cornwall on 4 Nov. 1766, was the eldest son of Arthur Woolf, a carpenter, by his wife, Jane Newton. He was apprenticed
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  • Encyclopædia Rennie, John 2025780The New International Encyclopædia — Rennie, John RENNIE, John (1761-1821). A British civil engineer. He was born at
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  • St. Francis St. George St. John St. John County St. John, John Pierce St. John's Administration St. John's College St. John's Military Academy St. Joseph
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  • (1820–1898), principal of Glasgow University, son of John Caird (d. September 1838) of Messrs. Caird & Co., engineers, Greenock, was born at Greenock on 15 Dec.
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  • training at Bristol, he became in 1834 an assistant to John Dixon, recently appointed chief engineer of the Liverpool and Manchester railway. Woods was placed
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  • married, first, in 1825, to Harriet, daughter of W. Mackinnon, esq., of Newton Park, by whom he had six sons and three daughters, among whom were William
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  • the other hand, which during the unproductive period in France had their Newton and Leibniz, could now boast of no great mathematician. France now waved
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  • Jack (John) Miller William Colfax Miller William Newton Miller William Wesley Miller John Edward Mills, Jr. Rudolph Mills George Millstone John Miltenberger
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  • [ 82 ] Sir John Herschel would reply that Bacon, in coupling together observare re and observare mente, has done what some wags said Newton afterwards
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  • Pelham became a schoolmaster at Medford in Massachusetts, purchased land at Newton in the same state, married Mary Tyler, niece of Sir William Pepperell, and
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