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John's - all within a stone's throw - saw few l at their desks that afternoon. The mob was aroused to a furious temper in the belief that several persons had been killed, and when the train pulled up, the engineer and the fireman had to flee in the peril of vating lives. Already we have glanced at the careers of John Whittaker and Robert Chambers, and now we will give a moment or two to James Taylor, one of our pioneer Trenton potters.
Pigs were kept in the backyard, too, and they were killed as demanded, which was pretty often. Albert was long connected with the Trenton Banking Company as first director and later as cashier.
It belongs to the era of generous dimensions and thorough workmanship. He was a local bank director, a busy justice Trentoh the peace and one of the most enterprising men of his day with clear vision as to Trenton's prosperous future. Lafaucherie, Harry Seabridge and George McGuire were four very much frightened kids, and as penance I was required to carry fruits and sweetmeats to the wounded boy until he recovered.
Birt left a snug estate to his son, Frank, and daughter, Sarah.
I am happy and healthy, fit and fun. The original charter of the company is still in the possession of the officers and the writer had the pleasure of inspecting it a few days ago, naming as it does, Robert Chambers, Richard J.
He was of the roly-poly type himself, but nothing to the woman, for she efet lost all shape, so fat had she grown. Robert Chambers, the second, became a prominent local merchant, but had his store on State Street. Cleary, was originally published by the Trenton Sunday Times-Advertiser on consecutive Sundays commencing June 17, But this was not the only marked evidence of his wide-awake nature.
Johnston, Aaron Carlisle, John O. The sales multiplied at a remarkable rate and the Exton product attained world-wide fame. The explanation being that the goods were bought at Whittaker's and sometimes the stock was so limited that they all had to be cut from the one piece.
Lee and Others No. I dont want to sound mean or make vating feel bad, but I like ladies who are more in the petite direction. It was during the few years of his second pastorate that I had personal knowledge of Father Macklin. He was well-built, well-dressed and had a keen, searching eye.
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He had much to do with the erection of Washington Market and was long its custodian. Ed Fitzgeorge, the job printer, was one of these and as he grew into his teens, he organized an Eagle baseball team. It happened, however, that such an article was found in the basement. He was one of the organizers of the Trenton Musical Society, probably the datinb of its kind here, and with which the best people of the town were associated.
George R. Coming from New York the order for travelers reversed. His widow is still living.
About isn't there a nice lady for me? Few figures were more familiar in the Third Ward for many years than Captain Johnston. This latter guess, however, hardly s for a sub-vault. What about the trip?
One of the earliest recollections of the writer who resided for full fifty years in the Mill Hill section, is or having been taken by the hand by a Ferry Street neighbor one afternoon in the autumn of to the stable yard of the old Eagle Tavern at Broad and Ferry Street, there to enjoy the juvenile treat of seeing a beautifully decorated float deed for a Democratic campaign parade the same evening. Johnson had a hand in building many of the city's important structures, including the Opera House, the row of brick stores on North Broad Street at Hanover, the Cadwalder mansion on West State Street, the Judge Naar home, which stood on the site of the present George R.
When a certain faction of the school learned we had engaged boats for that day they informed us that our passage would be blocked, and so being forewarned, we prepared for battle.
There was another James Taylor who filled a large niche in the Third Ward for many years by reason of his own commendable activities and those of his family. He had a smile for everybody who showed an inclination to exchange greetings, and he was eager to reestablish acquaintanceships broken through his eleven or twelve years of enforced absence from town.
Parents were thrifty and this was one of our regular chores after school hours.
Charlie Skelton being on hand to see us off, was gallant enough to put the trunks on a wheelbarrow and trundle them to the train. Whittaker went there in the summer of and while attempting to rescue some drowning bathers, on August 11, lost his life.