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The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Volume 1
Rossiter Johnson,John Howard Brown
Visualização integral - 1904
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Página 9 - He was prepared for the medical profession, and received the degree of MD from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, in New York City, in 1816.
Página 7 - Springfield in the practice of his profession. He was a member of the
Página 8 - THE AMERICA'S CUP. HOW IT WAS WON BY THE YACHT AMERICA IN 1851, AND HOW IT HAS BEEN SINCE DEFENDED. By CAPT. ROLAND F. COFFIN, Author of "Sailors' Yarns," "Archibald the Cat," "How Old Wiggins Wore Ship,
Página 4 - ... Union, if it could be done; and if it could not, to save the section where it has pleased Providence to cast my lot, and which I sincerely believe has justice and the Constitution on its side. Having faithfully done my duty to the best of my ability, both to the Union and my section, throughout this agitation, I shall have the consolation, let what will come, that I am free from all responsibility.
Página 12 - One of his despatches in reply was as follows : *Much delayed by the Marietta and the Nicfheroy. Left them near Cape Frio, with orders to come home or beach, if necessity compels it, to avoid capture. The Oregon could steam fourteen knots for hours, and in a running fight might beat off and even cripple the Spanish fleet.