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  1. A Manual of Metallurgy by William H. Greenwood, 2010-01-12
  2. American and Foreign Stock Exchange Practice, Stock and Bond Trading, and the Business Corporation Laws of All Nations, Together with Local by William John Greenwood, 2010-03
  3. Steel and Iron by William Henry Greenwood, 2010-02-09
  4. Organizing production cooperatives: A strategy for community economic development by William Alvarado-Greenwood, 1978
  5. Iron; its sources, properties, and manufacture by William Henry Greenwood, Alexander Humboldt Sexton, 2010-08-21
  6. A Descriptive Dictionary, Bislama to English by William Greenwood Camden, 1977
  7. Steel and Iron: Comprising the Practice and Theory of the Several Methods Pursued in Their Manufacture, and of Their Treatment in the Rolling Mills, the Forge, and the Foundry by William Henry Greenwood, 2010-02-14
  8. The Butterflies of the West Coast of the United States: With Colored Figures and Descriptions of Many New Species and New Varieties Now First Published by William Greenwood Wright, 2010-04-09
  9. Studies in Medieval History Presented to Frederick Maurice Powicke: by Richard William Hunt, William Abel Pantin, et all 1979-12-05
  10. Biology and Christian belief, by William Osborne Greenwood, 1939
  11. The Bar, With Sketches Of Eminent Judges, Barristers, Etc.: A Poem With Notes (1825) by William Greenwood, 2008-06-02
  12. The Vale Of Apperley, And Other Poems (1822) by William Greenwood, 2010-09-10
  13. Confiscation; An Outline by William Greenwood, 2010-07-24
  14. Small Business in a Regulated Economy: Issues and Policy Implications

21. New America Foundation : Article -435- "Cloning, Stem Cells, And Beyond" "Clonin
and William Kristol Editor and Publisher, The Weekly Standard, andCoEditor, Even the Greenwood bill ostensibly banned reproductive cloning.

22. Greenwood, William I.
Greenwood, William I. One of the old and honored residents of Virginia, Ill., William I. Greenwood was a child of four years when he accompanied his

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Page 890 GREENWOOD, WILLIAM I. - One of the old and honored residents of Virginia, Ill., who is now living a retired life after many years spent in agricultural pursuits in Cass County, is William I. Greenwood. His career has been one of sturdy industry and tireless perseverance, and his honorable and well directed efforts have been crowned by material success and the respect and esteem of his fellow men. Mr. Greenwood was born on the top of the highest mountain in Virginia, McAfee's Knob, May 5, 1848, and is a son of Commodore Decatur and Eliza Ann (Duckwiler) Greenwood. William I. Greenwood was a child of four years when he accompanied his parents to Cass County, and here his education was secured in the district schools. Reared to agricultural pursuits, he was an agriculturist during all the active years of his life, and is still the owner of a tract of ten acres, at the city limits. Here he is enjoying the comforts that his life of industry has brought him, and is surrounded by his devoted family and a large circle of appreciative friends. On January 11, 1877, Mr. greenwood was married to Miss Mary Jane Wright, daughter of James and Cecelia Jane (Griffin) Wright. Ten children have been born to this union: an infant, deceased; Oscar; Dolly, Bertha and Millard, all deceased; Earl; William; Ruth; Cecelia A. and Marie.

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GREENSLADE, Robert William Mathieson. GREENWELL, Nicholas. Greenwood, Ann Greenwood, John Danforth. Greenwood, Sarah. Greenwood, William
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24. Confiscation: An Outline By Greenwood, William - LearningToGo EBooks - Timeless
Confiscation An Outline. by Greenwood, William by Shakespeare, William (15641616) Selected Poems Of Oscar Wilde. by Wilde, Oscar (1854-1900)
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25. Patron Saints Index: Blessed William Greenwood
Patron Saint Index profile of Blessed William Greenwood.
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A lay brother in the Carthusian London Charterhouse. Arrested for opposing the policies of King Henry VIII , and remaining loyal to Rome. Martyred with six companions.
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26. Remarks In Senate
Greenwood, William B. Remarks in Senate. Tribute, S9420 30JY

27. Remarks In Senate
Greenwood, William B. Remarks in Senate. Tribute, S11063 16SE

28. South Carolina - British Loyalists During The American Revolution
Greenwood Higginson Holmes Robert Hatley Roger, Heirs of Hill Richard, ditto Valentine William Winstanley Thomas Yarborough Capt. CLASS VI.
British Loyalists in South Carolina During the American Revolution
Click Here to See More This page lists South Carolinians who were loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution. It was created in December 2000 by J. G. Braddock, Sr. of Charleston. SOUTH CAROLINA LOYALISTS Royal Gazette . The list would be revised several times by time the war was over. CHARLESTOWN, March 20.
The following has been sent to us from the country, as a correct list of those persons whose estates have been confiscated by an act of the Rebel Assembly at Jacksonburgh.—They are divided into six classes. CLASS I. Comprehends all British subjects who have property in this country, that is to say, such persons as never have submitted to the American Government. Adams, Heirs of Thomas
Brown Col. Thomas
Boon Thomas
Baily John
Bremar John
Bull, Heirs of Fenewicke
Batark, Heirs of.
Burn John ditto
Balmer Capt. ditto Coleton William ditto Campbell Collin Crocket Dean Heirs of Robert Douglass Samuel Egecott, Heirs of

29. The Proceedings Of The Old Bailey, London 1674 To 1834
Anne Greenwood , William Gardiner , theft animal theft, 12 Apr 1727. Anne Greenwood and Robert Greenwood (not yet taken) and William Gardiner , of St.

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Anne Greenwood and Robert Greenwood (not yet taken) and William Gardiner , of St. Dunstan's Stepney, were indicted for stealing 11 Hogs, value 20 l. the Property of John Dollinson , who depos'd. That having Information where they were, he went and search'd0, and in the House of Robert Greenwood found 3 of his own Hogs alive, pent up in a Closet, others he found cut in Pieces, which he could not swear to be his own. Anne Greenwood said in her Defence, That her Husband, Robert Greenwood brought 'em home, and told her he had bought them, and that she knew nothing to the contrary, till she was apprehended by the Prosecutor. William Gardiner was only employ'd as a Journeyman to kill them and cut them up, which being considered by the Jury they were both acquitted .

30. RPO -- William Shakespeare : Under The Greenwood Tree
William Shakespeare (15641616). Under the Greenwood Tree. 1Vnder the greene wood tree,. 2 who loues to lye with mee,. 3 And turne his merrie Note,
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Vnder the greene wood tree, who loues to lye with mee, And turne his merrie Note, vnto the sweet Birds throte: Come hither, come hither, come hither: Heere shall he see no enemie, But Winter and rough Weather.
Who doth ambition shunne, and loues to liue i' th Sunne: Seeking the food he eates, and pleas'd with what he gets: Come hither, come hither, come hither, Heere shall he see no enemie, But Winter and rough Weather. Notes ] The first line of this song is a popular ballad refrain. Amiens sings this song to Jacques, who responds with another stanza to the same music: If it do come to passe, that any man turne Asse:
Leauing his wealth and ease,
A stubborne will to please,
Ducdame, ducdame, ducdame:
Heere shall he see, grosse fooles as he,
And if he will come to me.
Published by the Web Development Group, Information Technology Services, University of Toronto Libraries. Original text : William Shakespeare, "As You Like It,"

31. Catholic Online - Saints & Angels - Bl. William Greenwood
Large searchable database of information on Catholic saints. Saints, Catholic Saints. Thousands of Catholic Saints with biographical data, prayers, images,

32. William Greenwood Papers
The William Greenwood Papers (18221891) holds correspondence (1847-1886), William Greenwood (1822-1891) was a Mormon convert who immigrated to the Salt
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The William Greenwood Papers (1822-1891) holds correspondence (1847-1886), an autobiographical sketch with a family genealogy, and a short sketch of the life of Greenwood's wife, Alice Houghton Greenwood (1823-1866). William Greenwood (1822-1891) was a Mormon convert who immigrated to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, later settling in American Fork with additional wives. The collection also holds twelve of Greenwood's letters dating from 1847 to 1886. A register is available.

33. Genealogy Data
Garland, William Greenwood Gender Male Family. Marriage 30 JUN 1887 in Cash, Scullyville, Choctaw Nation, Oklahoma Spouse. Beller, Mary Levina
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Charles, Sitz
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Gender: Male
Family: Spouse: Baker, Nannie Tennessee
Birth : ABT. 1860
Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Baker, John H.
Mother: DeShazo, Elizabeth
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Morris, Martha
Birth : 1871
Death : 1967
Gender: Female Family: Spouse: Baker, Allen Birth : 1855 Death : 1931 Gender: Male Parents: Father: Baker, John H. Mother: DeShazo, Elizabeth
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, Wood Birth : ABT. 1860 Gender: Male Family: Spouse: Baker, Elizabeth Birth : ABT. 1860 Gender: Female Parents: Father: Baker, John H. Mother: DeShazo, Elizabeth
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, Spear Birth : ABT. 1860 Gender: Male Family: Spouse: Baker, Belle Birth : ABT. 1860 Gender: Female Parents: Father: Baker, John H. Mother: DeShazo, Elizabeth
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Savage, William Birth : ABT. 1890 Gender: Male Family: Spouse: Dugger, Claudie Birth : SEP 1890 Missouri Gender: Female Parents: Father: Dugger, Frank Mother: Baker, Sarah Caroline
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Hodges, Roy Birth : ABT. 1896

34. William Greenwood Brewing Co Ltd
Map, William Greenwood Brewing Co Ltd Unit 12 Fireclay Business Park Thornton Road Thornton Bradford BD13 3NW. County (see footnote), Ceremonial County
William Greenwood Brewing Co Ltd
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35. Amherst College Biographical Record: Class Of 1871
Studied law with Bacon and Aldrich, Worcester, and with William L. Smith, Springfield, 187173; Greenwood, William. 1946. *Hall, Edward Smith.
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(from the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921) Previous Class... Menu Index ... Adams , George Crawford Bailey , Sidney Emory Barnes , Luther Emerson . S. of Lucius and Nancy Town (Cole), b. Hardwick, N. 19, 1843. Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1866, 1867-71. Studied law with Bacon and Aldrich, Worcester, and with William L. Smith, Springfield, 1871-73; admitted to bar, D. 1873; teacher, 1873; lawyer No. Brookfield, 1873-. Married (1) Ap. 8, 1874, Maria L., da. of Peltiah Sheldon, Leominster; (2) Jan. 14, 1903, Lillian Francis Dam, No. Brookfield. Address, High St., No. Brookfield, Mass. Blanchard , Joseph Nathaniel Bliss , Edwin Munsell Bridgman , Raymond Landon Brownell , Charles Henry Brownell , William Crary Butler , Samuel Patterson Cheesman , Hobart Chickering , William Henry Clarke , Maurice Dwight Clarke , Selah Merrill Curtis , Jason Langdon Cutting , George Rugg Day , John Eddy De Mott , Edward Provost Dunshee , Carlos Eugene Eldredge , Henry Warren Fitz , Edward Southworth Forbes , William Trowbridge Ford , Andrew Elmer Freels , Jesse McDonald Goss , Frank Allen Greenwood , William Hall , Edward Smith Hall , William Leroy Hartzell , William H.

36. DAI : Work : Experts
William Greenwood Practice Manager, Alternative Development William Greenwood has 25 years of experience as a marketing and business development

37. Geoscience Australia Contacts Geophysical Network, Geoscience
William Greenwood. Position, Project Leader, Geophysical Network, Geoscience Earth Monitoring. Division, Minerals Geohazards Division

38. Leger & Greenwood Letterbook
Specialists in the Carolina trade, John Beswicke Greenwood William Higginson had Though William Greenwood and John Beswicke Greenwood were related,
William L. Clements Library
The University of Michigan
Letterbook, 1770 December 12-1775 September 14; and
1788 March 31-July 1
Charleston, S.C., 332 letters in 271 pp.
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Scope and contents:
Second Half: Abram Greenwood, 1788
The second half of the letterbook (pp. 196-271) was written entirely in 1788, when Abram Greenwood, William's nephew, traveled to Charleston to collect the remaining debts of the late firm. At the time, William Greenwood, "the surviving member of the firm," was still very much unwelcome in his former home. Somewhat optimistically, the Greenwood family hoped that the adoption of the Constitution might enable them to collect their debts more easily (p. 211). Where the first half of the book consists almost exclusively of correspondence with foreign suppliers, the second half contains mostly copies of letters sent to local debtors, and letters from Abram to his father and uncle in London, apprising them of his efforts. While in Charleston, word arrived from London that John Beswicke Greenwood had died, and, following an argument with his brother (another William Greenwood), had left his entire estate to Abram. Several thousand miles from the scene, Abram frantically did what he could to secure his legacy, authorizing powers of attorney to his father and uncle to represent his claims against what promised to be a hotly contested probate.
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40. Elections BC - Electoral History Of British Columbia 1871-1986 Part Two Returnin
Greenwood, George Cunningham. The Islands, Edward Lee. Kamloops, William Wesley Greenwood, William Boyd Fleming. The Islands, John Topham Collins (Sr.)
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Alberni Thomas Fletcher Cariboo John Bowron Cassiar J.M. Lindsay Alexander Comox John Baird Cowichan Harry Oswald Wellburn East Kootenay - North Riding Stephen Redgrave East Kootenay - South Riding Charles M. Edwards Esquimalt Roderick McKenzie Lillooet - East Riding Frederick Soues Lillooet - West Riding Casper Phair Nanaimo City William Kirkwood Leighton New Westminster City William Holland Keary North Nanaimo George Thomson North Victoria Arthur Walter South Nanaimo Marshal Bray South Victoria Thornton Fell Vancouver City James Deacon Hall Victoria City James Eliphalet McMillan West Kootenay - Nelson Riding William John Goepel West Kootenay - Revelstoke Riding John Drinkwater Sibbald West Kootenay - Rossland Riding William B. Townsend West Kootenay - Slocan Riding Fletcher S. Andrews Westminster - Chilliwhack Riding Justinian Pelly Westminster - Delta Riding Henry Thomas Thrift Westminster - Dewdney Riding John Alexander Catherwood Westminster - Richmond Riding William Leven Keene Yale - East Riding Leonard Norris Yale - North Riding George Christie Tunstall Yale - West Riding William Dodd By-Elections Sep. 1898 Vancouver City

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