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The records of Oxford, including chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English history, accompanied with biographical sketches and notes, 1630-1890

The records of Oxford, including chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English history, accompanied with biographical sketches and notes, 1630-1890

Fonte : Internet Archive

The records of Oxford, including chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English history, accompanied with biographical sketches and notes, 1630-1890

The records of Oxford, including chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English history, accompanied with biographical sketches and notes, 1630-1890

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Hon. Alexander De Witt (with portrait) 460


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from Hon. Zachariah Allen to M. de AV. Freeland 427


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called the Reformers," commenced with John de Wycliflfe, an English Reformer, born in 1324, and died December 31, 1384, at


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Francis de Valois, Count of Angoul^me, ascended the throne of France as the successor of


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Huguenot History. gy Marguerite de Yalois, sister to Francis I, was educated " with strictness by a most


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one with another, existed together." [Madame de Chantillon, whose deceased husband had been governor to King Charles VIII.] Marguerite was


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married Catherine, the daughter of Lorenzo de Medici, Duke of Urbino.


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of a sermon." Her husband, Anthony de Bourbon, and his brother Louis de Bourbon, Prince of Conde, became devoted to


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death of Francis (1561), Catherine de Medici, the Queen mother, was appointed guardian to her son Charles IX, only


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de Bourbon, and his brother Louis de Bourbon, Prince of Conde, became devoted to the cause of the Reformation. Admiral


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The Prince of Conde, Louis de Bourbon, was the leader of the Huguenots, and he demanded the punishment of


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" The Cardinal Odet de Chatillon, elder brother of Admiral Coligni, under the suspicion that he was a


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says Davila, died the Admiral Gaspard de Coligni, who had filled the Kingdom of France with the glory and terror


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the death of his sister, Catharine de Bourbon (Duchess de Bar), exclaimed, All ! all ! mother and sister !


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the coronation of his queen, Mary de Medicis, and is assassinated the following day by Ravaillac.


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first pre Kminary devised by Catharine de Medici for confirming a pretended peace, which was only a ruse to more


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her neck in spite of Marguerite de Valois' ridicule.


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at his second marriage with Mary de Medici was dressed in white satin, embroidered with gold and pearls. Mary of


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in mourning. ' But,' says Marguerite de Valois herself, ' the marriage took place a few days afterwards with such


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Louis XIII, during whose minority Mary de Medici, his mother, was appointed regent. Cardinal de Riche Heu was the minister


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were the parents of Frangoise. Madame de Villette, a sister of her father, and a Huguenot, brought them relief, removing


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Madame de Maintenon, the Last Yeaes op Louis XIY.


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France, by M. Guizot and Madame Guizot de Witt.


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virtues and affections were concealed. Madame de Yillette, who had lived in the sunshine of life, was on the contrary,


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committed to the protection of Madame de Villette, who readily undertook the charge, and at once proceeded to train her


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future intensely selfish nature of Madame de Maintenon.


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writing of Madame de Maintenon, Madame de Sevigne says, " Every thing is subject first to her cmj)ire." Louis XIII


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" Madame de Maintenon erased from her carriage the arms of Scarron, substituting her own in


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marriage of Louis XIY to Madame de Maintenou was known only to a few persons at the French court, for


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And Madame de Maintenon, though she had attained the summit of her earthly hopes in her


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He was succeeded by Eev. David de Bonrepos, who came from the island of St.


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of age, and her sister, Mrs. de Paix Cazeneau, was fifteen years of age.


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England missionary , he married Jeanne de Ressignier, in a second marriage Abigail Blacklach, August 29, 1716, and died about


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My Dear Miss De Witt :


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I., John Wetherell, Esq., Hon. Alexander De Witt, and in more modern times, by Charles A. Angell, Esq., and other


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hymns. In the eleventh century, Bernard de Morals, monk of Cluni, made great additions to sacred jjoetry. A translation from


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'When the eldest son of M. de Overkercpie marry'd the Duke of Ormond's sister, they dispersed a whole inundation of


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Mrs. Alexander De Witt, one of his pnpils, states his manner of catechising the children in


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Monsieur de Sailly gave notes of " Teaching Kindness in School.'' From the mirror that


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Portsmouth and Port Royal with Charles de La Tour, who resided at Port Royal.


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Hon. Alexander De Witt, president on the occasion - In a few day^ a sufficient number


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Boston merchants , and joining Charles de la Tour in the peltry trade with Nova Scotia. He was interested in


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wars of his time," married Charlotte de Talmont, and had a son Nicolas, chosen mayor of La Rochelle in 1357.


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fourteenth century, and beginning with Raoul de Beruon, the house of Bernon possesses all the documents necessary to establish its


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m. Pierre Lanceau, Suzanne, m. Paul de Pont, and Marie, m. Benjamin Faneuil.


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of his stories."-History of France, M. de Guizot.


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this country, whose name is Mr. De la Chaize Peraut, who has a good estate, and is a gentleman. I


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" Mrs. Mary de Witt Freeland :


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of Gabriel Bernon, who married Paul de Pont, and who was in La Rochelle during the siege of 1661. My


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In the portrait of Madame de Pout there is a close resemblance in style to that of the Countess


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The portrait, three-fifths length of Madame de Pont, is described as representing a very beautiful lady, a brunette, possessing extreme


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sister of Gabriel Bernon, married Marie De Pont. He was the father of two daughters and of Benjamin, Jean and


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Vie, Davie and Dewey. From William de la Wey lineally descended John Davie (fourth son of Robert Davie, Esq., of


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De Witt, the son of Benjamin and Olivia (Campbell) De Witt, was born iu New Braintree, Mass., April 2, 1798,


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Hon. Alexander De Witt, the son of Benjamin and Olivia (Campbell) De Witt, was born iu


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Witt died April 17, 1818. Mrs. De Witt was re-married to Daniel Bacon of Charlton and died Feb. 5, 1848,


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returned to New Braintree, where Mr. De Witt died April 17, 1818. Mrs. De Witt was re-married to Daniel Bacon


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Stearns De Witt, son of Benjamin and Olivia (Campbell) De Witt, b. Dec. 22, 1787, at New Braintree, Mass., died


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at Brookfleld, son of Lieut. John De Witt, whose landed estate in Brookfleld is since known as the Samuel Cheever


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m. Jonas Bacon of Charlton.* Benjamin De Witt, b. Aug. 15, 1750, at Brookfleld, son of Lieut. John De Witt,


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Mr. De Witt was a gentleman of much influence, but did not aspire to public


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three brothers, Hollis, Archibald and Alexander De Witt.


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" John de Eriegh then paid five marks for the scutage of his lands at Beckington."


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II., who was crowned 1154, Henry de Erie was Lord of Newton of Beckington in the County of Somerset. See


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their brothers, Hollis and Capt. Archibald De Witt, and also the late Maj. Archibald Campbell of Oxford, and his descendants.


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: Captain Sternes and Hon. Alexander De Witt of Oxford, and their brothers, Hollis and Capt. Archibald De Witt, and


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in childhood, Olivia married (1) Benjamin De Witt of New Braintree, (2) Daniel Bacon of Charlton.


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twenty miles southeast from Shrewsbury. William de la Towne is supposed to have accompanied Prince Edward on his return from


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1274, viz. : William de la Toune of Alvely a village in Shropshire about twenty miles southeast from


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mother being a daughter of Philippe Nautonnier, Sieur de Castelfranc. He espoused a most virtuous lady of a ducal family


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Longuevilles, Madame de Maiutenon and Madame de l'Euclos. Of all these names none shone with a more living lustre than


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elegant society of the Fronde Madame de Sevigne was one of those learned and brilliant women of France. Corneille, Racine,


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historic, the Duchess de Longuevilles, Madame de Maiutenon and Madame de l'Euclos. Of all these names none shone with a


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Pierce, Sternes De Witt and Alexander De Witt to establish manufactures.


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good-will. - The late Miss Elizabeth De Witt.