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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 8 2 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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and three daus., viz. Hermione, the wife of John Banister of Newport aforesaid merchant, Elizabeth, and Penelope. Among the articles bequeathed to his father by Herbert Pelham, Esq., was an inlaid cabinet, which was purchased about 1842 by Mr. Robert Bolton of Bedford, West Chester Co., N. Y., together with portraits of Charles II., Queen Henrietta Maria, Col. Godfrey Bosville, and Elizabeth Bosville. In a letter to Rev. John L. Sibley, Librarian of Harvard College, announcing this purchase, dated 19 Jan. 1867, Mr. Bolton says, Edward Pelham died at Newport, R. I., 1740, leaving two daughters: 1st Hermione, who m. John Bannister, from whose granddaughter Elizabeth I purchased the pictures and cabinet; 2d, Penelope, who m. Joseph Cowley of Wolverhampton, England, whose dau. Henrietta m. Admiral Jahleel Brenton, a native of Newport, R. I. 4. Thomas, s. of Edward (2), had w. Abigail; but whether he had children is not ascertained. Phillips, John, a clergyman, came from England i
and three daus., viz. Hermione, the wife of John Banister of Newport aforesaid merchant, Elizabeth, and Penelope. Among the articles bequeathed to his father by Herbert Pelham, Esq., was an inlaid cabinet, which was purchased about 1842 by Mr. Robert Bolton of Bedford, West Chester Co., N. Y., together with portraits of Charles II., Queen Henrietta Maria, Col. Godfrey Bosville, and Elizabeth Bosville. In a letter to Rev. John L. Sibley, Librarian of Harvard College, announcing this purchase, dated 19 Jan. 1867, Mr. Bolton says, Edward Pelham died at Newport, R. I., 1740, leaving two daughters: 1st Hermione, who m. John Bannister, from whose granddaughter Elizabeth I purchased the pictures and cabinet; 2d, Penelope, who m. Joseph Cowley of Wolverhampton, England, whose dau. Henrietta m. Admiral Jahleel Brenton, a native of Newport, R. I. 4. Thomas, s. of Edward (2), had w. Abigail; but whether he had children is not ascertained. Phillips, John, a clergyman, came from England i
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ests in Philadelphia. A Philadelphia paper of the 5th inst. says: Yesterday afternoon, E. S. Perkins, chief armorer of the arsenal at Bridesburg, and Robert Bolton, concerned in the manufacture of patent primers, at Frankford, were arrested on the charge of furnishing arms and munitions of war, in the month of April, to persons then engaged in open rebellion against the United States. The arrest of the accused grew out of an intercepted correspondence between Perkins and Bolton and A. Hitchcock, by which, it seems, that Hitchcock, who was an agent for the authorities of several of the Southern States then on the point of seceding, was desirous ofas desirous of obtaining from Perkins and Bolton cannon primers for use in the expected war. The primers were made to order, and, it is presumed, forwarded to their destination. At the residence of Perkins was found a number of letters, some of which were from Hitchcock to Perkins in regard to primers then being manufactured.