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  • 408947Q316742Phineas GagePhineasGageGage,_PhineasPhineas P Gage Life Mask.jpg18231860A railroad construction foreman now remembered for his incredible
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  • MartynJohn-m-harlow.jpg18191907American doctor of brain-injury survivor Phineas P. Gage Harlow tenders his services in Woburn, Woburn Journal, November 8
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  • on the 13th of Sept. last, at 4½ o'clock, P.M. The subject of it is Phineas P. Gage, a foreman, engaged in building the road, 25 years of age, of middle
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  • William Gage, Francis Gage, George Gage, Henry Gage, John Gage, Joseph Gage, Thomas (d.1656) Gage, Thomas (1721-1787) Gage, William Hall Gager, William
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  • Bonnycastle, Richard Henry Borland, James Bowater, Edward Bowles, George Bowles, Phineas Boyd, Robert (1710-1794) Braddock, Edward Brady, Thomas Bragg, Philip Brereton
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  • Peter (d.1589) Pett, Peter (1610-1670?) Pett, Peter (1630-1699) Pett, Phineas Peyton, Edward (d.1749) Peyton, John Strutt Philipps, Baker Philips, Miles
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  • Thomas Fletcher, Giles (1588?-1623) Fletcher, Joseph (1582?-1637) Fletcher, Phineas Fletcher, Robert Florio, John Foley, Samuel Foley, Thomas (1617-1677) Ford
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  • acquaintances said he was "no longer Gage." His mother, a most excellent lady, now seventy years of age, informs me that Phineas was accustomed to entertain his
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  • in 1564, and graduated B.A. on 29 March 1569. According to Wood, William Gager [q. v.] of Christ Church, his junior by eight or nine years, was his ‘dear
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  • the anticipated French invasion. This force was commanded by Maj.-Gen. Phineas Lyman, and one of its companies was assigned to Putnam, with the rank of
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  • Baccarat Backgammon Badminton Bagatelle Ball Bank Barley-Break Barnum, Phineas Taylor Baseball Basketball Basset or Bassette Battledore and Shuttlecock
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  • Tomkis’ comedy Albumazar (a play absurdly attributed to Shakespeare), and Phineas Fletcher’s Sicelides, a “piscatory” (i.e. a pastoral drama in which the
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