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e very numerous, having reference mainly to detail: to regulate the admission of air, the egress of carbureted air, the graduation of the quantity of liquid admitted, a forced circulation in the carbureting chamber; to regulate the temperature of the liquid, the air, and the result; means for drawing off the heavy oil. As means of forcing the air: — Bassett and McAvoy use the weighted gas-holder, the inverted cylinder whose lower edge is immersed in the water of an annular chamber. Prichard forced the air by water under pressure, admitted below to expel the air from the chamber. Douglas's has a rotary fan. Carburetor. Levi Stevens's has a meter-wheel, whose shaft has its bearing below the center of the partition dividing the meter and regulation chambers, and gears with a wheel on the regulator-shaft, which has a bearing at the center of the partition. Both chambers are partially filled with carbureting liquid. Air is introduced to the top of the meter-chamber. A
other, Captain Abraham Fuller Hull, who fell at the Battle of Bridgewater, Lundy's Lane, July 25, 1814, aged 24 years. Before leaving Poplar Avenue the monument of Choate, surmounted by an urn, will be noticed. In Oak Avenue we find that of Prichard. That of Martha Ann Fisher is not far distant, on Willow Avenue,--bearing the inscription, She is not hereshe is risen. The two next, on the same Avenue, show the names of Williams and McLeod. On the latter is the verse, She pleased God, she taken away. And an inscription follows :-- In memory of Harriet D. McLeod, who died June 20th, 1834, aged 19 years, this monument of surviving affection, and of hopes long cherished, and suddenly destroyed on the eve of Choate. Prichard. Martha Ann Fisher. their fulfilment, is erected, with faith in God, and submission to his will, by her nearest friend: She died, and left to me This spot, this calm, and quiet scene; The memory of what has been, And never more will be
t Pingree, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.4 Benedict Street Pinney, Mr. and Mrs. George H.21 Morton Street Pitman, Mrs. Kate42 Benton Road Pitman, Mr. and Mrs. George W.42 Benton Road Pitman, Miss42 Benton Road Poor, Miss Emily30 Mt. Pleasant Street Powers, Miss Belle F.41 Everett Avenue Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin185 Central Street Porter, F. Gertrude22 Pearl Street Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.20 George Street Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.59 Concord Avenue Prescott, Harold59 Concord Avenue Prichard, Mr. and Mrs. Asa68 Broadway Quennell, Mrs. F. 244 Broadway Quennell, Miss Nellie 244 Broadway Randlett, Mr. and Mrs.11-A Pleasant Avenue Richards, Miss Bertha8-A Melvin Street Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.8 Benedict Street Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.50 Vinal Avenue Robinson, Charles F.107 Washington Street Robinson, Mrs. I. L.32 Vinal Avenue Royal, Miss Estelle 42 Columbus Avenue Runey, Mrs. M. M.252 Medford Street Saben, Miss Nellie110 Pearl Street Saben, Miss Alice110 Pe
et Plummer, Hazel12 Rush Street Plummer, Thomas 12 Rush Street Poor, Emily 30 Mt. Pleasant Street Porter, Randall 185 Central Street Porter, F. Gertrude 22 Pearl Street Pratt, Ella10 Wellington Avenue Pratt, Alden 10 Wellington Avenue Prichard, Gertrude68 Broadway Prichard, Beulah145 Walnut Street Prince, Ralph 30 Delaware Street Prince, Leroy 30 Delaware Street Quinnell, Nellie 244 Broadway Ramsdell, Harris53 Tufts Street Reynolds, Bergen 22 Franklin Street Rich, Abberstine34 Prichard, Beulah145 Walnut Street Prince, Ralph 30 Delaware Street Prince, Leroy 30 Delaware Street Quinnell, Nellie 244 Broadway Ramsdell, Harris53 Tufts Street Reynolds, Bergen 22 Franklin Street Rich, Abberstine34 Rush Street Rich, Vivian34 Rush Street Richards, Bertha 8-A Melvin Street Richards, Bertha118 Cross Street Richardson, Laura8 Benedict Street Robinson, Mrs. Iona 32 Vinal Avenue Robinson, Marjory 32 Vinal Avenue Robinson, Edward32 Vinal Avenue Roffe, Myra 253 Medford Street Royal, Estelle 42 Columbus Avenue Rupprecht, Martha 160 Washington Street Rupprecht, Eda160 Washington Street Rupprecht, Robert 160 Washington Street Russell, Frank 89 Flint Street Saben, Alice 110 Pearl Street
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 21: (search)
ments. . . . . A few minutes after seven there were about twenty-five persons in the room. It was an agreeable mixture of rank and fashion with the savants now collected in Dublin. The Provost of Trinity, as President of the Association, Sir Thomas Brisbane, the President of the last year, Lord Cloncurry, Lord Clare, Sir Alexander Creighton, Professor Robinson, Professor Hamilton, old Mr. Dalton of Manchester, Thomas Moore, Babbage, a Norwegian nobleman, a French baron, Whewell, Phillips, Prichard, the three aids, two or three other persons, and myself. When the company was assembled, Lord Mulgrave came in and went round, each person being presented to him as he passed. To most of them he barely bowed. To others he spoke, and his manners throughout were elegant and kind. As I had brought him a letter from Lord Holland, he inquired about him, talked a little about America, and passed on. When this ceremony was over, he mixed with the company. . . . . He came up to where I was st
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. Posse, Count, 183. Posse, Countess. See Bonaparte, Christine. Pozzo di Borgo, Count, 131. Prague, visits, 509-511. Prescott, Judge W., 12, 13, 316, 337, 339, 340, 345, 355 and note, 356, 359-361, 371, 383, 391. Prescott, Mrs. W., 317 and note, 345. Prescott, W. H., 316 and note, 317 and note, 391; letters to, 341, 346, 349; goes to Washington with G. T., 380, 381; letters to, 386, 479. Preston, W. C., of South Carolina, 278 note, 298. Prevost, Professor, 155. Prichard, Dr., 422. Primary Schools of Boston, 2 and note. Prossedi, Princess, 182, 194 note. Provencal studies, 252. Prussia, Frederic William III., King of, 502. Putland, Mr. and Mrs., 425. Q Quebec, visits, 386. Quetelet, M., 450. Quincy, lion. Josiah, 339, 345, 368. Quincy, Mrs. J., 345. R Raczynski, Count, 495, 501. Ralston, Mr., 278 note. Rancliffe, Baroness, 458, 459. Randall, Miss, 312 and note. Randohr, 175. Randolph, Colonel, 35. Randolph, John, o
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Prescott, W. H., I. 316 and note, 317 and note, 391, II. 189, 190, 191, 196, 207 note, 251, 255 and note, 256 note, 258, 259 note, 260, 264, 269 note, 272, 275, 291, 293, 407, 419, 420; goes to Washington with G. T., I. 380, 381; letters to, 341, 346, 349, 386, 479, II. 141, 142, 209, 322, 338, 342, 349, 354, 366; letter from, 252; death of, 419 note, 436. Preston, Mr. and Mrs., II. 391. Preston, W. C., of South Carolina, I. 278 note, 298. Prevost, Professor, I. 155, II. 37. Prichard, Dr., I. 422. Primary Schools of Boston, . 2 and note, 336. Prossedi, Princess, I. 182, 194 note. See Gabrielli. Provencal studies, I. 252, II. 487. Prussia, Frederic William III. King of, I. 502. Prussia, Frederic William IV. King of, II. 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341. Prussia, Prince of, II. 331 and note. Puibusque, A. de, II. 288, 355. Purgstall, Baroness, 11. 8. Putland, Mr. and Mrs., I. 425. Q Quarantine near Bologna, II. 46, 47. Quebec, visits, I. 386.
Arrived, Steamship Yorktown, Parrish, N. Y., mdze., and passengers, Ludlam & Watson. Steamer George Peabody. Prichard, Baltimore, mdze. and passengers, D. & W.Currie. Schr. E. Headley, Bowen, Philadelphia, railroad iron, Central R. R. Co. Schr. John Boacher, N. C., lumber, J. S. Stevenson. Schr. Julia Newell, Trott, Portland. fish, I. & G. B. Davenport. Schr. Adriatic; Hall, Altakapas, sugar and molasses, C. T. Wortham & Co. Schr. Sir Collia Campbell, (Br.) Bigus, Halifax, fish, C. T. Wortham & Co. Schr. Mary Jane, Price. Alexandria, coal, C. Y. Morriss. Schr. M. L. Johnson, Passwater, Norfolk, mdze., W. D. Colquitt & Co. Schr. Mary Willis. North, Baltimore, guano, Schaer, Kohler & Co. Schr. Mary Adams, Sparrow, James river, wheat to captain. Brig Abigail, McFarland, N. Y, mdze., Webb & Wade, D. J. Burr, M. Downey, Johnson, Younger & Otey. Sailed, Bark Kedron, Farrell. Bio. flour, Dunlop, Moncure & Co.
On yesterday, several Baptist ministers of your State and city visited Fort Sumter, by special permit of Governor Pickens, who did me the special honor of a call at my private residence. Among them was your townsman, the Rev. James B. Taylor, D. D., "whose praise is in all the Churches," and who still retains much of his former appearance, though now a man advanced in life. Accompanying him was a son, Rev. George B. Taylor, a Baptist minister of no small repute, and a son-in-law, Rev. Mr. Prichard, of Wilmington, N. C. These gentlemen were returning from Savannah, where the denomination had been holding their biennial Convention, and in which convocation they adopted certain resolutions expressive of the feelings of the denomination on our political difficulties. These resolutions ought to be read by every Southern man and woman, and, if possible, by every man and woman professing Christianity at the North, as a model of expression of a Christian convocation of the ministry of