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Image from web page 704 of “reputation for Porter County, Indiana : a narrative account of its historical development, its men and women as well as its major passions” (1912)
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Identifier: historyofporterc01lewi
Title: History of Porter County, Indiana : a narrative account of the historic development, its individuals and its own key interests
12 Months: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Lewis Publishing Business. cn
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Publisher: Chicago : Lewis Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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. Lovereignwent to a shop to exchange a set of shoes, which she said Mrs. Lovereignhad offered her in pajonent of her wages, nonetheless they couldn’t fit. The mer-chant respected the footwear as having originate from a case which had beenstolen from the railroad depot a short time before. T. A. ITogan under-took to try out the element of investigator and traced the theft to your preacher. 1rC ? tilu. ■).■•♦■ .(Iii7 .1 ■ :i Mil,-.- ,v^ ., ■-■rfii «.)( We • ■ ■ .U:- : ih^:: ■r,VT()RY OF PORTER COlVTY Tt. was llieu discoverol tiial he had stolen about t iitj bushels of wheatfrom Skinueis wai-hinise aud carried the sackt to their residence morethan half a mile away. Upon .searching his pre.uises Heavy articles oihaidware, for whi(h he could have no earthly usage, and vaxious otherpieces of lacking home had been discovered. He wai attempted before Judge Tal-cott, Mho sentenced him to two years in state y jail at IMichiganCity. After serving his .sentence he disappeared.

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Sleet Storm of 1871 Porter county is loiHtcd in a belt where storms are of regular occur-rence. It might be inijiussible to chronicle every sloiui which has had occurredwithin the county, but tlie blogger has been able to gather documents olsome of the very extreme >nes having passed away on the county during tlielaibt thirty years. On ifii 10, 1882, an electric slonu played havoc soul.iof Valparaiso. A foui i .. year old child known as Olii Hartlett ended up being struckby the lightning while plowing on Scott Fle)nings farm near GatesCoi-ners, but wasn’t kilbd. A few structures wcr,- struck and consid-erable damage done to ihe growing plants. Youul; Hartlett ended up being the sonof a widow wlio had residrti in county but a few days. ID STORY OF PORTER COUNTY 329 The (.-iMidal and soutlieiu components of the county suffered cunsiderableloss from au electrical storm, accompanied by a high wind, o i tlie lastday of July, 1888. A. V. Bartholomews stone farm-house had been stx-uck bylightning; Caleb Counters barn, five

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Image from web page 17 of “The Scots music museum : humbly focused on the Catch Club instituted at Edinr June 1771 by James Johnson” (1792)
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Identifier: scotsmusicalmuse04rugg
Title: The Scots music museum : humbly focused on the Catch Club instituted at Edinr June 1771 by James Johnson
12 Months: 1792 (1790s)
Authors: Ruggles-Brise, Dorothea, Lady, former owner. StEdNL Glen, John 1833-1904, former owner. StEdNL
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Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed & offered by Johnson & Co
Adding Library: National Library of Scotland
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nd fome will haufe in ithers hands,And thats the way I like to do.O John &c. 316 306 Ive already been Courting at a his. fa^j.f.JJ.U J lj j, j.j J-~p w—w~-—•—*~ 5 ~^per cent Ive been courting at a lafs,Theft- twenty das At mair; Her sluggish f ,, i j J. J J. fej qp *—r _j—j. «• # M 3 father winna gie myself her, Shes fick a gleib o equipment. Ru 1^1 ^^ M ^ fe ^ f3^ the he _ the gin 1 had the lady in which I woud Amangj the he _ ther right here, Id » we I we £==£ f. JI3J.J ^m $m ^* ^—*-.—•—» ftrive to win her kind-nefs,For a her dads take care of fhes a bonny fonfy lafs, For whenever fhes abfent frae my fight, An armfu I fwear; I think upon the lady ftill; we woud get married the lady without a coat, as soon as 1 fleep, or once I wake, Or eer a plack o equipment. She does my fenfes fill. For, truft me, once I faw her lirft, May Heavens protect the bonny lafs She gae me personally fick a wound, That fweetens a my life; That a the health practitioners i the planet earth And fhame fa me personally gin eer we feek can’t ever mak me personally found. Anither tor my wife. ■ Peas Strae.

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Image from web page 332 of “The dawn of society: Egypt and Chaldaea” (1897)
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Identifier: dawnofcivilizati01masp
Title: The dawn of society: Egypt and Chaldaea
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Maspero, G. (Gaston), 1846-1916
Topics: Civilization
Publisher: London : S.P.C.K.
Adding Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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ful to those who want to learn the communities of a smalltown. They offer us the names of this head-men of investments of sorts : the head-mason Didiû(Mariette, Catalogue général, p. 129, Nos. 593 and 339, No. 947), the master-mason Aa (id., p. 161,No. 640), the master-shoemaker Kahikhonti (Botjriant, Petits Monuments et petits Textes, in theBecueil, vol. vii. p. 127, No. 19), the head-smiths Ûsirtasen-Ûati, Hotpû, Hotpûrekhsû (Mariette,Catalogue général, p. 287, No. 856), etc. WORKMEN AND ARTISANS: CORPORATIONS. 311 had stolen any item of worth, it absolutely was to this superior that the individual robbedresorted, so that you can restore ownership of it : it absolutely was he who fixed the amountrequired for its redemption, and came back it without fail, upon the paymentof this sum.1 all of the workmen who formed a state organization, lodged,or about them had their particular stalls, in identical one-fourth or road, under thedirection of the chief.2 Aside from the poll and household taxation,3 these people were topic

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TWO BLACKSMITHS PERFORMING THE BELLOWS.* to a unique toll, a trade licence which they paid-in products of their commerceor business.5 Their particular good deal had been a tough one, whenever we tend to be to trust the descriptionwhich old authors have passed down to us : I have never seen a black-smith on an embassy—nor a smelter delivered on a mission—but the things I have seenis the steel employee at his toil,—at the mouth of furnace of his forge,—his fingers as rugged since the crocodile,—and stinking above fish-spawn.— 1 Diodorus Sicultjs, i 80 ; cf. Atjlcs Gellius, xi. cap. xviii. § 16, in line with the testimony ofthe jurisconsultus Aristo, haudquaquam indocti viri. In accordance with De Pauw, Recherches philosophiquessur United States Egyptiens et sur les Chinois (Berlin, 1734), vol. ii. pt. 4, p. 93, et seq., the laws inregard to theft and thieves had been simply a treaty determined aided by the Bedouin, in order to obtainfrom them, on repayment of a ransom, the repair of items that they had carried off in thecours

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