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  1. Mitglied Der Demokratisch-Republikanischen Partei: Thomas Jefferson, Elbridge Gerry, John C. Calhoun, Aaron Burr, Andrew Jackson, James Barbour (German Edition)
  2. Mitglied Des Repräsentantenhauses Von Virginia: James Barbour, Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter, George Wythe, John Tyler, John Y. Mason (German Edition)
  3. Senator Der Vereinigten Staaten Aus Virginia: James Barbour, Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter (German Edition)
  4. People From Orange County, Virginia: Zachary Taylor, James Barbour, Philip Pendleton Barbour, George Miller, Edna Lewis, Sextus Barbour
  5. A Neutral Corner: Boxing Essays by A. J. Liebling, 1996-08-31
  6. The KJV Study Bible (Bonded Leather) (King James Bible)
  7. Holy Bible, King James Version (King James Bible) by Barbour Publishing, 2001-08-01
  8. The Bible Promise Book: King James Version
  9. Archaeological Wood: Properties, Chemistry, and Preservation (Advances in Chemistry Series)
  10. In Senate of the United States. January 28, 1828. / Mr. Harrison Made the Following Report: The Committee upon Military Affairs, to whom was referred a resolution of the Senate of the 20th December last, instructing them to inquire into the expediency of erecting barracks and store houses for the troops near New Orleans, Report: That they have examined the matter to them referred, and have determined that it is expedient to erect barracks and store houses for the troops near New Orleans, for the by William Henry); Barbour, James Th. S. Jesup; Harrison, 1828
  11. Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting Information in Relation to a Survey and Estimate of the Harbor of Pensacola, with a View to Fortifications (19th Congress, First Session: Document Number 14) by James; United States. Congress. House of Representatives. War Departmen Barbour, 1825-01-01
  12. American Literary Realism 1870 - 1910. Volume 26. 19.93-94 Complete Three Issues by James Barbour & Robert E. Fleming (eds) University of New Mexico English Department., 1994
  13. American Literary Realism 1870 - 1910. Volume 27. 19.94-95 Complete Three Issues by James Barbour & Robert E. Fleming (eds) University of New Mexico English Department., 1995
  14. Report from the Secretary of War, Relative to Additional Means of Defence for the Mississippi River ... (19th Congress, First Session) by James Barbour, 1826-01-01

41. 11th Annual Black History Month Swim Meet February 15-16 1997
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42. Culpeper County Justices Of The Peace, 1792
And it is further ordered, that it be certified that there are only Twentyseven acting Justices of the peace in this County, to-wit james barbour,

D-Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia
Justices of the Peace
in Culpeper County, Virginia,
in 1792
At a Court held for Culpeper county, the 17th day of September 1792:
James Barbour, James Slaughter, French Strother, Burke H. Davenport, Robert Slaughter, Henry Hill, John S. Slaughter, William Chapman, James Scott, David Jameson, John Thompson, Mordecai Barbour, William Gray, Henry Ward , and Robert Cowne
Ordered, that it be certified to his Excellency, the Governor, that John Slaughter, Elijah Kirtley, Joseph Roberts, John Wharton, Walter Compton, and William Madison , Gentlemen, who are named in the commission of the Peace for this County, after being called upon, refused to qualify; that James Pendleton and Samuel Clayton resign their commissions; that Cadwallader Slaughter John Johnston has departed this life.
And it is further ordered, that it be certified that there are only Twenty-seven acting Justices of the peace in this County, to-wit: James Barbour, James Slaughter, John Green, French Strother, Edward Stevens, William Walker, John Waugh, Burke Davenport, Robert Slaughter, Robert Alcock, William McManahan, John Wigginton, Harvey Hill, James Hord, John S. Slaughter, William Chapman, James Lett, John Strode, Benjamin Gaines, David Jameson, John Thompson, Philip Slaughter, Robert Cowne, Mordecai Barbour, William Gray, Henry Ward , and William Stanton, Gent.

43. RAND | Reports & Bookstore | Reports
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44. INDEX. A. Agriculture, Report On, 1797, 199, 200. Alien Act, 117
barbour, james, Speech for the Resolutions, 54. Bolling, P., Speech against Lee s amendment to Resolutions, 148. Brooke, Edmund, Speeches against Virginia

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47. Clayton's (Holtzclaw's) Brigade
james Thadeus Holtzclaw was born in McDonough, GA, 17 December 1833. Henry DeLamar Clayton of barbour, james Thadeus Holtzclaw of Montgomery, and Col.
The Commanders:
Henry DeLamar Clayton was born in Pulaski County, GA, 7 March 1827. He graduated Emory and Henry College, VA, and read law in Eufala, AL. In 1849, he passed the bar and opened an office in Clayton, AL. In 1857, he ran for the state legislature from Barbour County and served two terms, until 1861. He also formed a militia company (Clayton Guards) and served as its captain, then as Col. of the 3rd AL Volunteers, August, 1860. Following the war, Clayton resumed his law practice, was elected a circuit court judge (May 1866), was removed by the Reconstruction government, was reelected (1874, 1880), and became president of the University of Alabama (1886). He died 3 October 1889, in Tuscaloosa, and is buried in Eufaula. James Thadeus Holtzclaw was born in McDonough, GA, 17 December 1833. Holtzclaw came to Montgomery and read law, declining an appointment to West Point. He passed the bar in 1855 and practiced law until the outbreak of war. Following the war, Holtzclaw resumed the practice of law in Montgomery and became a leader in the Democratic Party. He provided service in the state railroad commission prior to his death, 19 July 1893. He is buried in Montgomery. Historical Resources:

48. Dictionary Of Virginia Biography Subjects Listed Alphabetically
barbour, james, 10 June 1775 7 June 1842, Volume 1, pages 329-331, White, Orange County. barbour, james, 26 February 1823- 29 October 1895, Volume 1,

49. RootsWeb: CoTyroneIreland-L Immigrants To New England - Barbour , Barnet , Barns
barbour, james of Portland, ME; from Ireland , 1718; son of John, Sr.; m. Gibbs, widow; Children Andrew, Mary. -Smith s and Deans s Journal p. 57
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Babbidge, James, of North Yarmouth, Maine; from Uffculme, Devonshire, England, before 1730; B. 1697; Son of James and Prudence. -N.E. Hist
Badger George; from Island of Jersey, husbandman; b. abt 1718, Volunteer against West Indies, 1740 -Colonial Wars 1799. Bage, James, Boston, Mass; butcher; from England, 1716; warned out, BRC Bailey, Thomas; clerk from England 1712 EMA Baker, George, Boston;upholsterer; from London, England 1699, S CofCP Baker, James, Boston; from Great Britain 1713; warned out June 9 1714 BRC Baker, John, Concord; from Bristol England 1720 m. Elizabeth , -Haywood's

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51. Plyer Barber Family (This Information Provided By Jere Fletcher
Note that the following james Daniel spelled his name Barber but his children spelled their name barbour. During the years the spelling was in transition
Plyer Barber Family (This information provided by Jere Fletcher Arlene Lewis ) 7. Owen Barber married Elizabeth Gordon 4 October 1791, Johnston County, North Carolina. A. Owen Barber Jr. (information posted to the Johnston Co NC web site by Arlene Lewis

52. BARBOUR, JAMES HANNAH - Sac County, Iowa
james HANNAH barbour Sac County Iowa - james Hannah barbour, Veteran, Iowa, PVT 109 Sanitary Train, 34 div, Aug. 22, 1921.

53. The Kelmscott Bookshop - [Barbour, James]. All Books / Titles By
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54. EPA > OWOW > Monitoring And Assessing Water Quality > Rapid Bioassessment Protoc
Principal authors of this revision are Michael T. barbour, james (Sam) Stribling, Jeroen Gerritsen, and Blaine D. Snyder. Many others also contributed to
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    Barbour, M.T., J. Gerritsen, B.D. Snyder, and J.B. Stribling. 1999. Rapid Bioassessment Protocols for Use in Streams and Wadeable Rivers: Periphyton, Benthic Macroinvertebrates and Fish, Second Edition. EPA 841-B-99-002. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Office of Water; Washington, D.C.
This entire document, including data forms and other appendices, can be downloaded from the website of the USEPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds:

55. Forest Products Laboratory -- Forest Service -- USDA
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56. Moby-Dick And Pierre
barbour, james, The Composition of MobyDick. In On Melville The Best From American Literature, Louis J. Budd and Edwin Cady, eds.
Criticism: Moby-Dick and Pierre
A page from The Life and Works of Herman Melville
  • Barbour, James, "The Composition of Moby-Dick ." In On Melville: The Best From American Literature , Louis J. Budd and Edwin Cady, eds.. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1988, pp. 203-220.
  • Barbour, James, "The Town-Ho's Story: Melville's Original Whale." In ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance , 21 (2nd quarter, 1975)."
  • Bell, Millicent, "Pierre Bayle and Moby-Dick ." In Publications of the Modern Language Association of America , vol. 66 (September 1951).
  • Betts, William W., " Moby-Dick : Melville's Faust ." In Lock Haven Bulletin , 1 (1959), pp. 31-34.
  • Bezanson, Walter, " Moby-Dick : Work of Art." In Moby-Dick Centennial Essays , Tyrus Hillway and Luther S. Mansfield, eds. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1953.
  • Birrell, Augustine, "The Great White Whale." In The Athenaeum , January 28, 1921, pp. 99-100.
  • Brodhead, Richard, ed., New Essays on "Moby-Dick" . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986.
  • Brotkorb, Paul, Ishmael's White World: A Phenomenological Reading of Moby-Dick . New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965.

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59. James E. Forney - Barbour County, WV Biographies Project
his first ballot for james G. Blaine in 1884. His family are Missionary Baptists. In barbour County, July 8, 1894, Mr. Forney married
Enter your search terms Submit search form Web WV Biographies Navigation The U.S. Biographies Project was organized in May of 1997 by Jeff Murphy. Learn more...
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Biographies of Barbour County, WV BARBOUR COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA
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The History of West Virginia, Old and New
Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
Chicago and New York, Volume III,
pg. 332-333
JAMES E. FORNEY has been a resident of West Vir- ginia for thirty years, and his work and business in the construction trades of bricklaying and masonry have many visible evidences in and around Belington, his home town. That community long since learned to appreciate his worth and value as a citizen. Mr. Forney was born in Allegheny County, Pennsyl- vania, May 10, 1864. His father, Alfred A. Forney, was born on Double Pike Creek, Carroll County, Maryland, left there when a young man having learned the trade of blacksmith, and followed that occupation in Allegheny

60. Untitled Document
Correspondents include james barbour, Gordon Saltonstall Mumford, William Sullivan, Daniel D. Thompkins, Richard Varick, and Arnold Welles.
STEPHEN AND SUSAN DECATUR PAPERS SCOPE NOTE: Donated to Georgetown College by Susan Decatur, the widow of the War of 1812 naval hero Stephen Decatur (1779-1820), the Stephen and Susan Decatur Papers consist of one letter book containing letters dated from 1812 to 1813 written to Commodore Decatur congratulating him on the victory of the U.S.S. "United States" against the H.M.S. "Macedonian," two letters dated 1812 to him from U.S. Navy Secretary Paul Hamilton, and 16 letters to Susan Decatur dated between 1831 and 1845. Contained in one archival box (0.25 linear feet), the Decatur Papers document some interesting facts about these famous Americans. Separate from the letter book, sixteen letters sent to Susan Decatur between 1831 and 1845 are preserved in this collection. All addressed to Mrs. Decatur in Georgetown, the letters mostly relate to her efforts to persuade Congress to provide her with compensation for her late husband's daring destruction of the captured U.S. frigate "Philadelphia" in Tripoli harbor in 1804 and her efforts to obtain a pension. Correspondents include notables such as Lewis Cass, Mahlon Dickerson, Edward Everett, Henry Horn, Joseph Reed Ingersoll, Edward Livingston, George McDuffie, John Mercer Patton, and Sir Charles R. Vaughan. Several other manuscript collections at the Georgetown University Library Special Collections Division contain material related to Stephen and Susan Decatur: the David Rankin Barbee Papers, the Causten Family Papers, the William M. P. Dunne Papers, the Joseph Kennedy SJ Papers, the Maryland Province Archives of the Society of Jesus, the Nidiffer Collection, the Carroll Spence Papers, and the Varia Collection.

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