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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ng Stal>lea Uain and Sooth Strssm, Oppoeite Greylork Hotel Wllllamstown, - Massachusetts Lone DI«tance Telephone OLYMPIAN Bowling and Billiard Parlors... .... American and European Plan.... HENRY E. MARSH, Proprietor SPRINGFIELD, . MASSACHUSETTS 1 WILLIAMS ICBCOBD i Bowling and Billiards AT THE CASINO Hoo... ...merican and European Plan .... HENRY E. M^RSH, Proprietor SPRINGFIELD, ... MASSACHUSETTS WIIiLUMK KBOORD Bowling and Billiards AT THE CASINO Hoosac C... ...an and European Plan. . . . HENRY E. MARSH, Proprietor SPRINGFIELD, . ., . MASSACHUSETTS w »*rtV«aw • ,y^^,i.-4/^aihJiaLH IM':i W1LLLAM« KBCORl) M'"-... ... Form The situation on the question of college taxation now reached in the Massachusetts state legislature is indicated by the bill which was reported... ...Miss Eliza))eth Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellsworth Clapp of Dedham, Mass,, to Hen- ry Dvke Bixby, will take place next Tuesday, October...

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The Whole History of Grandfathers Chair or True Stories from New England History, 1620-1808

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...hey made a settlement, and called it Plymouth, which, though now a part of Massachusetts, was for a long time a colony by itself. And thus was formed ... ...everal gentle men among them purchased a tract of country on the coast of Massachusetts Bay, and obtained a charter from King Charles, which authoriz... ...the king’s charter in his keeping, and was appointed the first governor of Massachusetts. Imagine him a person of grave and benevolent aspect, dressed... ...ters differed, in many respects, from those of the rulers and clergymen of Massachusetts. Now, the wise men of those days believed that the country co... ...lymouth colony; but as the people there held the same opinions as those of Massachusetts, he was not suf fered to remain among them. However, the wil... ...est son educated by them. His son had been accordingly placed at school in Dedham, whence he had now come to attend the meeting. The Indians assembled...

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