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A Brief Account of the Quincy Family of Boston, Mass ... with Additions and Corrections

By: Whitmore, William Henry, 1836-1900. Cn
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Quincy (name)

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... is usually a surname, but may also be a given name. People surnamed Quincy Quincy political family ... ... People surnamed Quincy Quincy political family Dorothy Quincy, wife of John ... ...cy Quincy political family Dorothy Quincy, wife of John Hancock Dorothy... ...ohn Hancock Dorothy Quincy Jackson, "Dorothy Q" aunt of Dorothy Quincy Hancock Scott and great-grandmother of Oliver Wendell ... ...ock Scott and great-grandmother of Oliver Wendell Holmes Edmund Quincy (1602-1636), settled Mount Wollaston area of Quincy, M... ...ount Wollaston area of Quincy, Massachusetts around 1628 Edmund Quincy (1628-1698), colonist, Massachusetts representative, s...

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Where American Independence Began : Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots; Their Deeds, Homes, and Descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935;

...Where American Independence Began : Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots; Their Deeds, Homes, and Descendants by Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935; published by Boston : Houghton, Mifflin...

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Quincy, Illinois

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... Buildings and structures in Quincy, Illinois ... ... People from Quincy, Illinois ... ... Quincy University ... ... Pages in category "Quincy, Illinois" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 ... ...incoln–Douglas debates M Meyer Family Farm P Pepsi Little Peop... ...mpionships Q Quincy, Illinois Quincy (Amtrak station) Quincy Gem... ...incoln–Douglas debates M Meyer Family Farm P Pepsi Little Peop...

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Where American independence began; Quincy, its famous group of patriots; their deeds, homes, and descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935
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Quincy political family

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...The Quincy family was a prominent political family in Massachusetts from the mid-17th century through to the early 20th... ...th century through to the early 20th century. It is connected to the Adams family through Abigail Adams.[1][2][3] The family estat... ...st independent, then part of Braintree, Massachusetts, and now the city of Quincy. The remaining pieces of the Quincy homestead are the Josiah Quincy ... ...pieces of the Quincy homestead are the Josiah Quincy House and the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, after the land was broken up into building lots called Wo... ...nto building lots called Wollaston Park in the 19th century and the Josiah Quincy Mansion was demolished in 1969. The names of Pre... ...on was demolished in 1969. The names of President John Quincy Adams, several American towns, the USS Quincy, Quincy House at Harva... ...cy Adams, several American towns, the USS Quincy, Quincy House at Harvard, Quincy House in Washington, D.C., and Quincy Market in Boston are among the... ...on, D.C., and Quincy Market in Boston are among the legacies of the Quincy family name. Members Edmun... ... ^ Massachusetts Historical Society: Quincy, Wendell, Holmes, and Upham Family Papers, 1633-1910 Categories ...

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Where American independence began : Quincy, its famous group of patriots; their deeds, homes, and descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935
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Quincy, Massachusetts

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... Adams family ... ... Buildings and structures in Quincy, Massachusetts ... ... Education in Quincy, Massachusetts ... ... People from Quincy, Massachusetts ... ... Quincy College ... ... Quincy family ... ... Quincy family ... ... A Adams Shore Adams political family Atlantic Broadband B ... ... Adams family ...

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Where American independence began; Quincy, its famous group of patriots; their deeds, homes, and descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935
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Quincy

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... People Saer de Quincy, 1st Earl of Winchester, Norman nobleman Ro... ... 1st Earl of Winchester, Norman nobleman Roger de Quincy, 2nd Earl of Winchester, Norman nobleman Jo... ...ncy, 2nd Earl of Winchester, Norman nobleman John Quincy Adams (b. 1767), sixth president of the United States ... ...s (b. 1767), sixth president of the United States Quincy Jones (b. 1933), American record producer and musician ... ... (b. 1933), American record producer and musician Quincy McDuffie (b. 1990), UCF wide receiver Quinc... ... Homestead, the Dorothy Quincy House and remaining homestead of the Quincy family Quincy House (Brookland), a house of Cathol...

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Where American Independence Began : Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots; Their Deeds, Homes, and Descendants

By: Wilson, Daniel Munro, 1848-;

...Where American Independence Began : Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots; Their Deeds, Homes, and Descendants by Wilson, Daniel Munro, 1848-; published by Boston : Houghton Mifflin...

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Quincy Mansion

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...The Quincy Mansion , also known as the Josiah Quincy Mansion, was a summer home built by Josiah Quincy, Jr. in 1848. The ... ... stands on the campus of the Eastern Nazarene College. The mansion, once a Quincy, Massachusetts landmark, was demolished in 1969. ... ... 2 Ownership 2.1 Quincy family 2.2 Quincy Mansion... ... 2 Ownership 2.1 Quincy family 2.2 Quincy Mansion School... ...g the port of Boston."[2] Ownership Quincy family The mansion was once located, along with t... ...ort of Boston."[2] Ownership Quincy family The mansion was once located, along with the Josi... ...ily The mansion was once located, along with the Josiah Quincy House and the Dorothy Quincy House on a 200-acre (0.81 km2) par... ...nbsp;km2) parcel of land known as the "Lower Farm" belonging to the Quincy family. It was built by Josiah Quincy, Jr., then-mayor of Boston, c. 1848. ... ... Quincy Homestead Quincy family Eastern Nazarene College ...

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Seventeen Pedigrees from Family Memorials

By: Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, 1814-1901

Additional Subjects: Wendel family; Aldworth family; Sewell family; Whaley family; Breese family; Anderson family; Chevalier family; Phillips family

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Quincy Miller

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... Quincy Cortez Miller (born November 18, 1992)... ... Weight Commit date Quincy Miller PF ... ...ar accident in 2005 at the age of 17, which inspired his jersey number change.[8] Three additional close family members died in the three years prior ... ... References ^ a b c Parker, Brandon (2010-11-01). "Deuce Bello, Quincy Miller join forces, form feared hardwo... ... form feared hardwood duo". ESPN HS. Retrieved 2011-12-29.  ^ a b c "Quincy Miller". USA Basketball. Retrieved 201... ...trieved 2011-12-29.  ^ a b Jordan, Jason (2010-04-26). "Quick Shots: Quincy Miller on the move". ESPN HS. Retrieve...

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Where American independence began; Quincy, its famous group of patriots; their deeds, homes, and descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935
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Quincy's Quest

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... Quincy's Quest is a 1979 British family film directed by Robert Reed, and starring Tommy Steel... ...rtment store the unwanted toys are set to be destroyed. One of the rejects, a doll named Quincy, goes on a quest to find the store Santa Claus who is ... ... A version was first shown on television on 23 December 1962 as The Tommy Steele Show: Quincy's Quest.[2] Cast ... ...uincy's Quest.[2] Cast Tommy Steele ... Quincy Mel Martin ... Rebecca ... ...m/title/tt3205972 External links Quincy's Quest at the Internet Movie Database ...

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Where American Independence Began : Quincy, Its Famous Group of Patriots; Their Deeds, Homes, And Descendants

By: Wilson, D. M. (Daniel Munro), 1848-1935
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Quincy Troupe

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...California . Early life The son of Negro League baseball catcher Quincy Trouppe (who added a second "P" to the family name while playing in... ...ague baseball catcher Quincy Trouppe (who added a second "P" to the family name while playing in Mexico to accommodate the Spanish pronunciatio... ...dits NYU 's Black Renaissance Noire and continues to write. 2. "UCSD's Quincy Troupe Resigns" San Diego Union Tribune, December 3, 2002 Bibliogr... ...th Miles Davis from This American Life Photographs and posters featuring Quincy Troupe from the EBR African American Cultural Life digital collectio...

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Seventeen pedigrees from Family Memorials

By: Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, 1814-1901
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Quincy, Ohio

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...Ohio, United States . The population was 706 at the 2010 census . Geography Quincy is located at (40.297577, -83.970111). According to the Unite... ...all of it land. Except for a small section in the village's northeast corner, Quincy's boundaries form a square. Demographics 2010 census As of the... ... 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.94 and the average family size was 3.25. The median age in the village was 33.2 years. 31... ... 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.87 and the average family size was 3.28. In the village the population was spread out wit... ...ncome for a household in the village was $31, 250, and the median income for a family was $36, 375. Males had a median income of $31, 607 versus $23, ... ...ected to the village council. Transportation State Route 235 passes through Quincy from north to south. Located just south of the village limits i... ...te 706, which begins at an intersection with State Route 235. Pictures Image:Quincy United Methodist Church.jpgQuincy United Methodist Church Image:... ...ist Church Image:Quincy Miami Fire Station.JPGQuincy Miami Fire Station Image:Quincy Post.jpgNorth Miami Street with Bank, Post Office and Town Resta...

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Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Junior, Of Massachusetts Bay, 1744-1775

By: Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864; Quincy, Josiah, 1744-1775

... MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JO... ...UINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. OF MASSACHUSETTS Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUI... ...le: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. OF MASSACHUSETTS Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... ...... ...ietors, in the words following, to wit : " Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy Jun. of Massachusetts : by his son, Josiah Quincy. Breve ct irrepa... ...exions, his political course was opposed to that of the other members of his family. On the termination of the siege of Boston in 1776, he left this c... ...n the cause of his country, at that time, were thought to expose him and his family. She survived her husband three and twenty years ; his fame and me... ...las, how few have the gift of persuasion. " With my best wishes for the family, and a grateful remembrance of your attachment and goodness to me,... ...Esq. at his country seat. Bad weather prevented, and 1 took what is called a family dinner with him in town. Before dinner a short account of the late...

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Quincy, Michigan

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...he population was 1, 652 at the 2010 census . The village is located within Quincy Township on U.S. Highway 12 . Note: there is also another Qui... ...Note: there is also another Quincy Township in Houghton County . Geography Quincy is at . The ZIP code is 49082 and the FIPS place code is 666... ... 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.61 and the average family size was 3.02. The median age in the village was 33.1 years. 29... ...65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.61 and the average family size was 3.10. In the village the population was spread out wit... ...ncome for a household in the village was $35, 987, and the median income for a family was $38, 839. Males had a median income of $29, 602 versus $22, ...

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Memoir of the Life of John Quincy Adams

By: Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864

...MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOHN... ...UINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Author: JO... ...Y ADAMS Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Pu... ...xc IaL ru^TT^J^ oy<-^ of yh^ |-vrocjvc^i>_/o_^ MEMOIE OF THE LIFE OE JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. BY JOSIAH QUINCY, LL. D. Justum et tenaceiu propositi virum, ... ...EATH. FUNERAL UONORS.— TRIHUTE TO HIS MEMORY, . . 409 ]SI E M I R OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. CHAPTER I. BIKTtl. EDUCATION. RESIDENCE IN EUROPE.—AT COLLEGE... ... been appointed minister at the Court of Great Britain, and, as one of his family, it would have been to him a high gratification to reside in England... ...s property had been diminished ; ho 26 MEMOIR OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. had a family to support ; yet, neither dispirited nor complaining, he reentered h... ...ment but efficient public service. In October, 1803, Mr. Adams removed his family to Washington, and took his seat in the Senate of the United States.... ...e audience ; and, after Mrs. Adams had also been presented to the imperial family, they were invited to a succession of splendid entertain- ments. " T...

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Quincy House (Brookland)

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... 2 History 2.1 The First Quincy House 2.2 T... ... 2.2 The Second Quincy House 2.3 Third Quincy House ... ... 4 External links The House Quincy House is a home to Catholic graduate students from acr... ...silica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and the Franciscan Monastery, Quincy is something of an epicenter of Catholic young adult c... ...e house events, of which recordings are regularly produced and posted online. A "Best of Quincy, vol. 1" is anticipated within the next year. ... ...al security at CUA,[1] the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family at The Catholic University of America,[2] and The Inst... ... had come to love. One of the founding members of Phi Beta Kappa, Cunningham came from a family of some means and intended to take up the life of a le... ...llair Estate came to life.[10] Jeremiah Cunningham of Quincy House befriended the Brooks family and the two men would often stay up late at night drin... ...iggins - was a dairy farmer and cheese maker in civilian life. When he died in 1877, the family farm, located near Middlebury, passed to his only chil...

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Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Junior, Of Massachusetts Bay, 1744-1775

By: Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864

...MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOSI... ...NCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Author: JO... ...Y JUN. Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Pu... ...... ...t had an acknowledged i nftuence on the events of that period, was Josiah Quincy Jon. The unanimous consent of his contemporaries has asso­ ciated h... ...ons, his political course was opposed to that of the other members of his family. 00 the termination of the siege of Boston in 1776, ht' left this ... ... callie of his country, at that time, were thought to expose him aad his family. She survived her 80sbaud three and twenty years; his fame and mem... ...alas, how few have. the gift of persuasion. "With my best wishes ~or the family, and a grateful remembrance of your attachment and goodness to me~... ... at his country seat. Bad weather prevented, aod I took what is callpd a family dinner with him in town. Before dinner a short account of the late ...

...Observations on the act of parliament commonly called the Boston port-bill: with thoughts on civil society and standing armies. By Josiah Quincy, jun'r. Boston, 1774 (with special t.-p.): p. [355]-496...

...Observations on the act of parliament commonly called the Boston port-bill: with thoughts on civil society and standing armies. By Josiah Quincy, jun'r. Boston, 1774 (with special t.p.): p. [355]-496....

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Quincy Davis (musician)

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...al links Personal Davis grew up in a musical family in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His brother is ... ...orge Colligan.[3] References ^ "Drummer Quincy Davis Joins George Colligan and Jimmy Gree... ...eg". Jazz Corner News. Retrieved September 20, 2012.  ^ "Drummer Quincy Davis Joins George Colligan and Jimmy Gree...

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Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Junior, Of Massachusetts Bay, 1744-1775

By: Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864

...MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOSI... ...NCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Author: JO... ...Y JUN. Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN. Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Pu... ...... ...prieton, in the words following, to wit: CI Memoir of the LiCe of Josiah Quincy Jan. of Mauachosef.tl: by hi. lOa, JOIiah Quincy. ----- Breve et i... ...S, his political course was opposed to that of the other D1COlbers of his family. On the termination of the siege of Boston in 1776, he left this c... ...e cause of his country, at that time, were thought to expose him and his family. She survived her husband three and twenty years; his fame and mem... ... alas, how few have the gift of persuasion. "With my best wishes for the family, and a grateful remembrance of your attachment and goodness to me,... ... at his country seat. Bad weather prevented, and I took what is called a family dinner with him in town. Before dinner a short account of the late ...

...Observations on the act of parliament commonly called the Boston port-bill: with thoughts on civil society and standing armies. By Josiah Quincy, jun'r. Boston, 1774 (with special t.-p.): p. [355]-496...

...Observations on the act of parliament commonly called the Boston port-bill: with thoughts on civil society and standing armies. By Josiah Quincy, jun'r. Boston, 1774 (with special t.p.): p. [355]-496....

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Quincy Jones

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...as one of the most influential jazz musicians of the 20th century. Early life Quincy Jones was born during the Great Depression on the South Side ... ...nes was born during the Great Depression on the South Side of Chicago to Quincy Delightt Jones, Sr. and Sarah Frances (née Wells). His father wa... ...x-slave in Louisville. Sarah was a bank officer and apartment complex manager. Quincy had a younger brother Lloyd, later an engineer for the Seattle s... ...her, Elvera, who had three children of her own: Waymond, a friend of the young Quincy, Theresa and Katherine. Elvera and Quincy Senior had three more ... ...ette, Margie and Richard, a judge in Seattle, making a total of eight in the family. When Jones was ten, his family moved to Bremerton, Washington... ...in the defense industry. After the end of World War II, in 1946-1947 the Jones family moved to Seattle, the major regional city with more jobs, where... ... with giving him the means to proceed and his loving strength with holding the family together. Jones has said his father had a saying: "Once a task i... ...ords and started his recording career as the leader of his own band. In 1957, Quincy settled in Paris, where he studied composition and theory with ... ...ndmother was born there . We traced this all the way back to the Laniers, same family as Tennessee Williams ." Learning that the Laniers had been Fr...

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Memoir of the Life John Quincy Adams

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...MEMOIR OF JOHN by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org QUIN... ...ection World Public Library.org QUINCY ADAMS Title: MEMOIR OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...ithout fear or favor, in the spirit neither of criticism or eulogy. JOSIAH QUINCY. BOSTON, June 1, 1858, CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. PAGB BIRTH. EDUCATION. ... ...orth Parishof Braintree, Massachusetts since incor- porated as the town of Quincy. The lives and char- acters of his parents, intimately associated wi... ...igin of his name was thus stated by himself : " My great-grandfather, John Quincy,f was dying when I was baptized, and his daughter, my grand- mother,... ... been appointed minister at the Court of Great Britain, and, as one of his family, it would have been to him a high gratification to reside in England... .... While waiting for the decision of his government, he travelled, with his family, in Saxony and Bohemia, and, in the ensuing summer, into Silesia. Hi... ...perty had been diminished ; he (25) 26 MEMOIR OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. had a family to support ; yet, neither dispirited nor complaining, lie reentered ... ...ment but efficient public service. In October, 1803, Mr. Adams removed his family to Washington, and took his seat in the Senate of the United States....

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Quincy Carter

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...shed some light into Carter's situation at Dallas: "I became pretty close with Quincy personally, and this kid had a lot of good qualities, " Parcells... ...s day, most recently on July 2013, when he was arrested again and charged with family violence simple battery after authorities said he allegedly thre...

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Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Junior, Of Massachusetts Bay, 1744-1775

By: Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864

...MEMOIR OF THE LIFE by JOSIAH QUINCY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF J... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN Author: JOSI... ...NCY JUN Title: MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOSIAH QUINCY JUN Author: JOSIAH QUINCY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Pu... ...... ...oprietors, in the words following, to wit : " Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy Jun. of Massachusetts : by his son, Josiah Quincy. Breve et irrepara... ...ions, his political course was opposed to that of the other members of his family. On the termination of the siege of Boston in 1776, he left this cou... ...the cause of his country, at that time, were thought to expose him and his family. She survived her husband three and twenty years ; his fame and memo... ... alas, how few have the gift of persuasion. ^' With my best wishes for the family, and a S^rateful remembrance of vour attachment and goodness to me, ... ...q. at his country seat. Bad weather prevented, and 1 took what is called a family dinner with him in town. Before dinner a short account of the late d...

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Quincy Jones III

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... and Snoopy ) is a composer, music producer, film producer, and author. Family Quincy Delight Jones III was born in Wimbledon, London, the son o... ...oopy ) is a composer, music producer, film producer, and author. Family Quincy Delight Jones III was born in Wimbledon, London, the son of Swedi... ...e son of Swedish supermodel Ulla Andersson and her husband American Quincy Jones (African American and Welsh by ancestry), an American musicia... ... Kidada and Rashida Jones . A Swedish citizen, Jones has two children, Quincy Renzo Delight Jones IV and Nea Jones. Business ventures Quincy Jo... ...2009, Chamillionaire launched the Global Innovation Tournament 2009 with Quincy Jones III at Stanford University as part of the Stanford Entrepreneu... ...6574) featuring Justin Warfield Bibliography Q, The Autobiography Of Quincy Jones Films and documentaries 1987: Stockholmsnatt as Quincy...

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Souvenir of the Diamond Jubilee of St. Boniface Congregation, Quincy, Illinois : Including a Historical Sketch 1837-1912

By: St. Boniface Congregation (Quincy, Ill.); Bruener, Father

... AN HISTORICAL SKETCH 1837-1912 Compiled from the Famous "Kircfaengeschichte Quincy's." by Father Brnener, urn well as from Original Documents, in the... ...OOD, the Founder of Quinoy. Born Dec. 20th, 1798; settled on present site of Quincy 1821; became State Senator in 1850, lieutenant-Governor in 1856, G... .... ST. BONIFACE CONGREGATION HISTORICAL SKETCH. St. Boniface Congregation, Quincy, 111. From Its Founding in 1837 Until Its Diamond Jubilee in 1912.... ...2. Preliminary Events. The first permanent settlement on the present site of Quincy was made by John Wood in the year 1821, when he came to take posse... ...es and charitable institutions, the Gem City of the West. It was named after Quincy Adams, then president of the United States, from whom also the cou... ...with the result that the Jesuit Father John Schultz, then pastor of the Holy Family Church in Kahoka, is sent along with them, who remains about three... ...Pius IX., around whom as their universal father, are gathered like one great family, cardinals, bishops, priests and laymen typical of the various nat... .... Hellhake, son of the late Caspar Hellhake, who in 1850 had transferred his family from Bowinkel, Hanover to Quincy, be- coming members of St. Bonifa... .... A white chasuble in brocaded velvet with hand-painted de- sign of the Holy Family, from the men of the congregation. A fine crayon picture of the pa...

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Quincy, Illinois micropolitan area

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...span="2" Common names: The Tri-State Largest city Other cities Quincy Population   Quincy is Ranked 98th in the U.S. ... ... ??? feet (??? m)  - Lowest point ??? feet (??? m) The Quincy, IL-MO Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United Stat... ... Illinois and one county in northeast Missouri, anchored by the city of Quincy . As of the 2010 census, the μSA had a population of 77, 314. Co... ...are based on the 2010 census. Places with more than 40, 000 inhabitants Quincy (Principal city) Pop: 40, 633 Places with 1, 000 to 5, 000 inhabi... ...rove Kellerville Kingston Marblehead Marcelline Maywood Meyer North Quincy Paloma Richfield Steffenville Williamstown Demographics As o... ...ncome for a household in the μSA was $32, 718, and the median income for a family was $39, 937. Males had a median income of $29, 475 versus $20, 381 ...

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A Commemorative Discourse Pronouced at Quincy

By: Whitney, George, 1804-1842

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org DISCOURSE PRONOUCED AT QUINCY Title: A COMMEMORATIVE DISCOURSE PRONOUCED AT QUINCY Author: ... ...ibrary.net COMMEMORATIVE DISCOURSE. COMMEMORATIVE DISCOURSE PRONOUNCED AT QUINCY, MASS., 25 MAY, 1840, ^ SECOND CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY ANCIENT INCO... ...(AMBKllXiK. I'KKSS : MKT(;AliI', TOllliV, ANII UALl.Ol). i THE YOUNG MEN OP QUINCY, AT WHOSE REQUEST THIS DISCOURSE WAS DELIVEKED, AND TO ALL WHO CON... ...nt name was resigned and the present one was taken, in honor of Colonel John Quincy, who had occupied the Mount Wollaston farm. As we have come up, ho... ... of those, who first trod these shores, and founded our towns in all their " Quincy's Ccntcniiinl Address, Boston, }>. 26. 21 allegiance to these ele... ...afe mooring places of primogeniture and entail ? What will become of all the family distinctions of wealth and power, we have found so essential to pr... ...filial reverence and glowing affections we have come to sit once more by the family hearth-stone, and to enjoy the 29 social pleasures of the paterna... ...ll be indulged, I trust, without the accusation of an attempt to glorify the family name, in recurring, as a dutiful service, to some of the venerable... ...g comfort, lessening toil, contracting the wide 35 separations of the human family, scattering inteihgence, awakening the higher faculties of man, ba...

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Quincy Public School District 172

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Chappel of Ease and Church of Statesmen : Commemorative Services at the Completion of Two Hundred and Fifty Years Since the Gathering of the First Church of Christ in Quincy

By: First Church of Christ (Quincy, Mass.)

...or the frequent use I have made of his full and very interesting sketch of Quincy in the " History of Norfolk County." This sketch I have found to be ... ...rom it has been limited only by the confined scope of this book. Mr. J. P. Quincy readily fur- nished the engraving of Josiah Quincy, and from other m... ...ur- nished the engraving of Josiah Quincy, and from other mem- bers of his family I have obtained valuable hints. Many excellent suggestions have come... ...pared for the *" Memorial History of Boston," and the proprietors of the " Quincy Patriot " lent their electrotype of the Rev. John Hancock Meetinar-H... ... Revere. Mr. Harry L. Rice placed in my hands many artistic photographs of Quincy houses and their interiors, which have been of great assistance. The... ... Francis Adams 82 Address by the Rev. A. A. Ellsworth 87 Address by Josiah Quincy 91 Poem by Christopher P. Cranch 97 Address by the Rev. C. R. Eliot ... ...ents were ap- portioned at the rate of seven acres for every person in the family, and were arranged along Town River and mostly to the south of it. T... ...nt. JOHN WHEELWRIGHT. The Rev. John Wheelwright arrived in Boston with his family the 26th of May, 1636, about seven months before the committee was c... ...affairs and leave the colony. Upon his own request he was dismissed to his family at the Mount, his parishioner, Atherton Hough, becoming bonds- man f...

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Dorothy Quincy

By: Woodbury, Ellen Carolina de Quincy

... DOROTHY OUINCY HANCOCK. (From an oil painting' by Copley.) DOROTHY QUINCY WIFE OF JOHN HANCOCK WITH EVENTS OF HER TIME BY ELLEN C. D. Q. WOO... ...ike a I'Espinasse, there would have been no difficulty in portraying Dorothy Quincy, for she would have portrayed herself ; or, had she wielded her pe... ...t of view. This work, therefore, is chiefly compiled from the letters of her family and the records of the period in which she lived. The collection w... ...rmitted me access to the letters in their possession. ' CONTENTS. Dorothy Quincy's American Lineage 9 Home Life of the Quincys — Esther Quincy — ^J... ...ome Life of the Quincys — Esther Quincy — ^John Adams— ^J. Sewell 15 Dorothy Quincy 24 John Hancock's Parentage — Thomas Hancock — J. Hancock in Londo... ...holds Him — Adams and Hancock at Vari- ance — Their Reconciliation — Dorothy Quincy Loses Her Mother — John Hancock's and Dor- othy Quincy's Attractio... ...pioneer of that name to America in 1628. He then returned to England for his family, and when he again landed in Bos- ton, September 4, 1633, brought ... ...heir wills. It had required force of character and iron courage to part from family, friends and home — breaking forever from those genial ties of kin... ...in one of her letters from England in 1787, has a revival of interest in her family tree after a visit to Winchester, as a former Earl of Winchester b...

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