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Results 1 to 11 of 11 for Edward Quinn AND elections OR politics

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    Cambridge Chronicle 26 April 1862
    ... and Battery. —Daniel Monahan, not guilty, discharged. Assault. —Michael Quinn on Edward Kelley, satisfaction acknowledged, costs paid, and discharged; ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 7 September 1867
    In this city, 30th ult., Mr. Edward Ellis, 60 years 4 months. — 30th ult., Mr. ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 25 August 1860
    ... Dempsey, 27 years; Susan A. Baker, 31 years Margaret Quinn, 1 year 3 months; Mary Curley, 1 year; Edward ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 25 August 1860
    ... the late George W. Leach, aged 25. —11th inst., Edward Philip, infant son of John H. Holman, 10 months. ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 13 February 1869
    ... 1 month 3 days. — 5th inst., Mr. Hugh Quinn, 47 years. — 6th inst., Mrs. Clara S., wife ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 1 July 1865
    ... appealed. Held in $400 bonds to prosecute said appeal. Edward Welch and John Hackett, (minors) for larceny of two ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 21 October 1865
    Policb Court Record.—John Quinn, a minor, was found to bo guilty of throwing ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 26 January 1867
    ... Lord God of Israel." 11. Introductory Prayer, by Rev. Edward Abbott, Pastor of Steams Chapel Society, Cnmbridgcport. I. Reading ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 13 July 1867
    ... Office. Two Irish boys, named John Coffee, and Francis Quinn, the former about 8 yenrs, and the latter about ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 12 August 1865
    ... two months imprisonment in the House of Correction. James Quinn, for an assault and battery on the person of ...
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    Cambridge Chronicle 22 December 1860
    ... by Ileal* ing a horse and chaise belonging to Edward D. Sohier, Esq., of Boston, which was standing in ...