A dying fathers last legacy to an onely child. Or, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter

written by his own hand, during his late imprisonment in the Tower of London; and given her a little before his death.. [sic]
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Peters, Elizabeth, -- 17th cent -- Early works to 1800, Christian life -- Early works to
Other titlesDying fathers last legacy to an onely child, Mr. Hugh Peter"s advice to his daughter, Mr. Peter"s last legacy to his daughter
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1956:17
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[Hugh Peters] -- Engraved frontispiece portrait of Peters. "To the reader" signed: G.F.N.B. Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library. Dec 13,  · A dying fathers last legacy to an onely child. Or, Mr. Hugh Peter's advice to his daughter written by his own hand, during his late imprisonment in the Tower of London; and given her a little before his death.

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A Dying Fathers Last Legacy to an Onely Child, Or, Mr. Hugh Peters Advice to His Daughter: Written by His Own Hand, During His Late Imprisonment in the Tower of London, and Given Her a Little Before His Death.

by Hugh Peters fathers last legacy to an onely child, or, Mr. Hugh Peters advice. The last words of a dying penitent being an exact account of the passages, proceedings, and reasons on which was grounded the first suspicion of his being concerned in the bloody, inhumane murder of Dr.

Clinch, on the 4th of Januarybetween the hours of nine and eleven, with a brief observation on what was sworn by most of the witnesses. A reply to an answer to the Defence of Amicia, daughter of Hugh Cyveliok, Earl of Chester wherein it is proved, that the reasons alleadged by Sir Peter Leicester, in his former book, and also in his said answer, concerning the illegitimacy of the said Amicia, are invalid, and of no weight at all /.

Founding Fathers of New Robert Bond married in for his second wife, at Newark, Mary Calkins, daughter of Hugh Calkins and widow of Hugh Roberts. He is many times mentioned in the Newark records, now being a resident of that He died there in April ofhis second wife surviving him until There was at least one child by his.

To his worthy friend H. N., John Brinsley, and H. (HTML at EEBO TCP) Mr. James Janeway's legacy to his friends containing twenty seven famous instances of Gods providences in and about sea dangers and deliverances, with the names of several that were eye witnesses to many of them: whereunto is added a sermon on the same subject.

That there was humour in Hugh Peters, not unfrequently running into profanity, would appear from a work, "The Tales and Jests of Mr. Hugh Peters, collected into one volume; published by one that hath formerly been conversant with the Author in his lifetime; dedicated to Mr.

John Goodwin and Mr. Philip Nye." London, STONE FAMILY DOCUMENTS Book # 1, Wills & Indentures of the Stone & Other Families (starts just below) Book # 2 The Stones of Chipstable The Cheffins Auction Documents (click to jump to Cheffins) 1.

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Mary Aletha Winslow, 1. daughter of William Alonzo Winslow and Gladys Myrtle Burke, was born on 31 Jan in Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk Co, Pennsylvania, died on 29 Aug in Manassas, Virginia at age 81, and was buried in Gracleand Cemetery, New Castle, PA.

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Next, his papers with the rest of his chattels were given by his last will to his wife, whom he left sole executrix under the supervision of a person of the name of Churchman, probably her father, (see Bishop Andrewes’ Letter, p.

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Dyed Sept. 11,and lyeth buried in the New burying. place, on the South side of the grave of his great Grandfather, Mr. Robert Hull. June 11, Samuel Sewall, second son of S. and Han. was. Born. Baptized p. Thomas Thacher June History of Norfolk/Volume 4. From Wikisource Mr.

Tho. Breton of London Merchant, by Lucy his Wife, died Sept. 20,and is buried by her Cousin Bridget Pearce.

Within the altar rails, Crest, a leopard sedant erm. dislike to the English Hierarchy sent over his onely Son, my Father, Mr. Henry Sewall, to New England in the yearwith Net Cattel and. Provisions sutable for a new Plantation. Mr Cotton would have had.

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I would guess that his name was one of those. Based on the paucity of records, and his father's financial status as death, I will assume this man was a labourer, the hired help of some richer man.