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  1. Mar 21, 2020 · There was a big row in a meeting of the “country ring” politicians Monday night when friends of J.D. Ponder refused to accept Adrian Pool as corporation court judge candidate. Glimpses Of The Past—13 yrs ago. January 1, 1911. The first bloodshed between the rebels and Mexican federals was reported from Sonora.

  2. His rather precarious conquest of the county of Maine, his long quarrels 11Ihhhjams, with Philip I. of France, who suborned against him his undutiful and rebellious eldest son Robert, his negotiation with Flanders and Germany, deserve no more than a mention.

  3. Jan 23, 2018 · The quotation above comes from a paper bound "Early History of Mower County, Minnesota," by R. N . Paden. I t was compiled by authority of the Board of County Commissioners, and printed in 1876, the Centennial year of the U . S . The paragraphs which follow have been taken from Paden's history.

  4. Nov 02, 2020 · County file: 130 years and waiting, Somerset's quest to shed bridesmaid tag goes on. Six times in this millennium they have finished runners-up, but Somerset have never managed to win the county ...

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  5. Glossary of Terms. In general military terms are given the meanings which were current during the 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 Wars. The present-day definitions may be very different. The glossary listing is alphabetic; click on the corresponding highlighted letter to jump to the terms and definitions.

  6. Since William I/Sr. was required to be at least age 21, an adult, to legally witness the 1715-1716 record, the date of the signature allows us to calculate his birth year as in/before 1694-1695. Essex also is adjacent to King George County, created 1721, where planter Henry Bramlett I/Sr., believed to be son of William I/Sr., was living in 1735.

  7. Algeria Located in North Africa, Algeria was a part of the Ottoman Empire until 1830, when the French took Algiers, and gradually occupied the rest of the country, with many migrants from France, Italy, Spain, and Germany settling in northern Algeria, which became a part of France.