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  • BENJAMIN SMITH (1766-1815), American naturalist, was born at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1766, studied for two years at Edinburgh, and afterwards graduated
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  • Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Rev. C. D. Hartranft, D. D., Wolfenbiittel, Germany; Hon. C. Heydrick, Franklin, Pennsylvania; Howard Wiegner
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  • native land, he responded to an earnest appeal of the Catholics of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and went to the United States. Though lacking the constitution
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  • duke of Lancaster, Joseph Lancaster, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster Lancaster (Ohio) Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Lance Lancelot Lancet Lancewood Lan-Chow-Fu Lanciano
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  • (Pennsylvania) 18956451911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Columbia (Pennsylvania) COLUMBIA, a borough of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, U
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  • York, in 1734. From 1755 to 1758 be conducted a free school at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and gained the goodwill of the neighbours, who recommended him
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  • active life in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where he died October 1, 1885. He received the degree of M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1820. Although
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  • born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, on the 24th of November 1818. He graduated from the medical department of the university of Pennsylvania in 1838
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  • at Antwerp in Jefferson county, New York. At the Gap mine in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, the mineral occurs as fibrous encrusting masses with a velvety
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  • grandson of Patrick McSherry, who came from Ireland in 1745 to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and removed later to Maryland. He graduated from Mount St.
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  • OF CALIFORNIA LA JOLLA. CALIFORNIA Issued December 6, 1939 Printed in the United States of America EICKERSHAM PRINTING COMPANY Lancaster. Pennsylvania
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  • Seventh Day baptists had one between 1740 and 1747 at Euphrata, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In 1763 Mrs. Catharine Cappe and the Rev. Theophilus Lindsey had
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  • descent. He graduated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1809, studied law at Lancaster in 1809-1812, and was admitted to the bar in 1812.
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  • during her father’s residence in that city; resided a short time in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and in 1828, returned to the South, where in May, 1840, she was
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  • Maryland, U.S.A.; it was also formerly extensively mined in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and is now mined in California, as well as in Turkey, the Urals
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  • until 1826 was rector of St James's Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Largely owing to his efforts, Lancaster was the second public school district created
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  • 000, he retired from public life in 1842 and practised law in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with such success as within six years to reduce this debt to $30
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  • advanced lectures on embryology. The formation of nickel-ore near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is pronounced by the American Manufacturer to be the heaviest
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  • born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, on the 2nd of April 1749. He graduated at Princeton in 1765, and M.B. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1773
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  • one of these chimneys of hardened glass. The nickel-mine near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, yields about 6,000 tons of ore per year. Eleven shafts have now
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