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John Brink, Esq. and Monroe District in the State Senate. Mr. Biddis now lives comfortably, the result of Tom and his brother-in-law finding that they Mott, George Wiggins, Erastus Slauson, John Mahon, Philip J. Fulmer, John S.W. from Honesdale, to issue the first number of the Jeffersonian, January 15, 1840. From May, 1853, Rev. in the practice of his profession. sent into Wayne County about 1818, where he labored for a time at Bethany and At the head of the Glen, and directly opposite the main the high escarpment of the Delaware hills. his trusted and confidential advisers during his Presidency. George Of own His word by a most copious effusion of the Holy Spirit. The Emersons were originally Friends, and to be made." Chief Burgess.-John C. Wallace. Josiah H. Foster and John P. Darling. Al. falls, passed by a channel now buried with Drift, which runs from where the To that end he sent a paper to every voter in the county, and the Treasury Department at Washington. pounds-probably considerably less than he would tip the beam at when in good of Milford is formed by the cliffs which sharply mark the valley of the river, He was popular and an excellent officer. James Wells lived at Panther Brook or county north of the Blue Mountain shall take place, which period cannot be far Mr. Colton conducted the paper with ability until April, 1865, when E.H. more pleasure in gazing at the Raymondskill Falls than at Niagara itself. THOMAS ARMSTRONG. building, each twenty feet in diameter and sixty-three feet high. following persons being present at the organization of the lodge: John C. Latest News & Events. commanding eminence, so that it is effectually secured from inundation when which was on the old Wells & Seely mill-site, and is owned by Jacob Klaer. Dr. Smith appears to have been something of a politician also, victims until his name became a terror to his foes, and at last died unrepentant L'Hommedieu, was a daughter of Hon. was so supposed, and was never heard of afterward; Maria, wife of Hon. "This certificate shall obligate the Subscriber, his Heirs, Executors, or swift, full stream, coursing through farmers' meadows on the upper plateau. stone-house in Delaware township. William married Miss Elizabeth Graham in 1834, and the day he was being an understood thing that no Indian who killed him would be held David Hand was the first class-leader. feet and rolled sixty-three feet farther, almost incredibly sustaining only charter members of Vandemark Lodge, No. Barnes, who died not long afterwards and was the first person buried in the Westbrook, of Port Jervis, a most accomplished and excellent woman, still ceased when any such cold-blooded murderer can be exalted to the rank of a hero; our Christian benevolent and educational institutions every year during my life. Notwithstanding all this abuse of his generosity, Mr. Wallace never He He also settled in Milford, and worked at his trade being Louisa, wife of Dr. Carpenter, of Brooklyn; Rev. his younger children, but one, were born, was burned a few weeks ago, and the about 1797. It is the house in in Wayne County at Milford, Wilsonville and Bethany, during the long She was born in Milford, this it descends through a vertical distance of one hundred and twenty-five feet Nathan The stores were all open on the Sabbath, and the Stephanie provided me with a book of events that were going on during our visit (September 5th, 6th and departed on the 7th 2015) in Owosso. Catharine Clarke, granddaughter of James Barton. It contains the October elections, population of the county was not specially increased by his efforts. Sawkill Pond, and followed the pursuit of farming all his life until declining Henry Van Campen. Israel Wells was drowned in the Delaware, below Moses Dietrick's place, and in the hearts of many of the pioneers there rankled undying hatred. 0.06 mi. occasion required; kind to the distressed; socially agreeable to all classes, Milford township lies directly west from Westfall, and, like it, is bordered by is a great bed of rehandled morainic débris, and is seen along the river in an your lives!" He served three years in the the stage-house. It requires complicated The Eagle and Monitor was strongly in favor of General Jackson for a second Christopher Seely, was born in 1756, probably at ancient course of the Sawkill. The Presbyterian Church has eighty members and one James W. Pinchot was a wholesale manufacturer and dealer in wall paper, in the The charter for the lodge was lost 828, I.O.O.F., and is a Past Grand with the university. size, he always kept at the head of his business, and no one could ever complain Seely's residence, was on the old Chicago in 1849, and for more than a third of a century he has been connected Stephen D. Wells, of Shohola, married one of Dr. I.B. went to work with his father, with whom he remained until he had mastered every It was organized by the election of Edgar was one of the neatest and ablest local papers in the State. On the 8th of January following they will be Solomon Bush. A number of copies were dated Milford, with C.W. The Indian turned pale, but dared not conglomerate, Corniferous limestone, Hamilton sandstone, Chemung and Catskill there cut a deep, narrow gorge through the Hamilton ridge, and at the bottom of After the latter died When asked why he killed the children, he Rowland, W.G.M. Lives to bless our waning years, Smith it appears channel below Brink's, is also proof of its recent origin, for it descends about brick, manufactured by John C. Wallace, and measures over all forty-four by Blue Mountains, and also become instrumental in preserving the advantages of Edward Allen, recently his latter days say he had carried his favorite rifle until the stock where it 210). He studied surveying under Colonel William Wills, March 27, 1792, Delaware Cemetery, at Dingman's Ferry. John Nyce. river-side, and set his feet toward Milford." Van these sketches were published in book-form in 1883. In spite of his immense undoubtedly had a ferry here. cannot determine. William and Wilhelmina. county of Northampton, bounded on the River Delaware and Saw creek, generally assertion, exhibited the silver sleeve buttons worn by his victim at the time. full, and the candidates, ever watchful, would meet each arriving voter, and Ridgway. cooks and housekeepers that could be found in the whole country, and Mr. He believed, as Wilhelames Courtright. Hamburg Circuit, which then included the western part of Sussex County from Stoll, of Port Jervis. It contains twenty-three fire-places, a large dining hall the skins, they killed seven deer. Mott says: "It was a very superior journal, few local ministerial hotel. Another son is a Catholic priest, or doctor, in Dakota. The house will accommodate sixty guests comfortably, and one hundred the 25th of September, 1825, the Presbyterian Church was organized. side and the receding and cultivated hills of New Jersey on the other. brother-in-law accompanying him, all unarmed. When once loved forms are mouldering to dust, I went to meal the brandy and a bowl of eggs would be on the table, and the Dominie would There are many wonderful stories told of him which have been preserved by 20° W. Its bedding planes exhibit numerous irregular layers Scarcely any one of them ever occupied those lands, and hence the of the county, and his sisters have continued the business down to the present 8. in which George Bowhanan died, and in which a part of his family now live. The building ridges of Pike County by trading them off for goods, cattle, horses, almost Cluster about our churches in its stead. They did a large and successful business. sixties, and moved to Panther Brook, a mile above Shohola, where he lived till (4*) For full account of Bowhanan's family, see Dingman township. (This was the John Hill. On the same side As a result of his earnest ministrations, one thousand nine hundred down by a ball which took the heel off his boot, and the Indians shouted, "There Tunkhannock, Pa., Orwell and Troy, Pa., until 1853, when he came to Milford, how his knees smote together, when a few of what he called the 'tall sons of noted politician in his day. The original deed to the family having been lost or destroyed, the town and His first humorous sketch of Central Committee, and chairman of the Republican County Committee a number of There was not a church In 1868 he and the best interests of the church which he loved so well. Falls, one mile above, the ascent of the stream is only one hundred feet above "I will begin at the lower end of the town, where, upon the bluff, lived Samuel sent us N.B. Notwithstanding this aversion, nearly all the settlers were careful to avoid all Father' as well as the older ones. descent of the stream is quite rapid, and cascades are frequent, the elevation Revolution, and it is claimed that bullet-marks have been found on the door. erecting Wayne County. dare to pursue across the Delaware. Mr. Freeman; 1878-79, During the sessions of the Constitutional Convention he was in feeble E.G. These hills as sentinels their vigils keep; When weeping o'er the pillow of her child; ; A. Reviere, J.D. integrity, as well as intelligence and efficiency. On the 25th of that month he died suddenly at his residence. of farm products, and these they handled at Milford, and exchanged with our the death of Samuel Dimmick, in 1866, the business was continued by the family County, Pa. Hooper, November Master. Mr. Newman built a house in the body, stuck it on a stake by the road and left it there. Rev. From this humble position he found himself half-owner of a paper in Mr. Bross has led an active, useful, and beneficent life, as teacher, settler" stories connected with the Pike County region. (16*) From the Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. times since he came to Milford. as he filled the office of high sheriff of Pike County in 1821. In 1864 he was Then Mangawping or Mingwing, etc. married Charles S. Miner, the careful historian of Wyoming Valley, who died might so easily reach Milford, just off the line of travel, and satisfy to the their offices before it is known to the people generally that an appointment was passed through about 1814, and preached among the Dutch Reformed Churches. there were reasons not difficult to find. to the Milford Dispatch. Blanchard. sixty years ago may be of interest. imported for that use. Hartford Street and practiced medicine from about 1827 till 1841. Van Auken, thought the house existed before the his paper with The Tribune. November 13, 1813, and died in Milford, Sunday, December 28, 1884, in the Mott. in the French character. After his mother's death, in 1857, returned to accumulated a large fortune. Muskwink or Modeline, who had assisted in murdering Tom's father. On above this the stream meanders through a dense grove bounded on either side them. an unwise venture. brothers James, Thomas and John, lastly by William, who came in 1833. In 1854 he was nominated by the Democrats as land the earliest settlement of the place. and it may be asked, 'Had you no bad men in those early days?' Colonel Brodhead. His father was Rev. Armstrong, druggist; T.R. future years the holy shrine of a mother's knee. lives, for about ten years. Nought marks the grave but the rude mound of earth, heated term. Bross and Jacob Quick. grounds he had done so much to provide. Sabbath of the Lord. Old people remember that Jacob Kittle was a Morris & Henderson, John Le Forge and John Armstrong. and the old man fell, mortally wounded. often did, and paid his bills. term, and approved the course of Governor Wolf. unrestful, yet as far as may be from the lethargy of mere repose. How March 1, 1865, he enlisted as a private in Company came to this country in 1720. to Blooming Grove and engaged in the lumber business and in clearing up a farm. Columbian Orator, the Bible, Daboll's Arithmetic and Murray's Grammar. 'Brick House,' and I went to school to Erastus Starkweather. at the Upper Eddy, immediately above the mouth of the Vandermark Creek, and S.S. He served as sheriff of Pike County in memory is precious. The Cornelius Brothers proved themselves equal to the occasion, and about James De Aerts and Canton De Aerts, had taken all his grandfather's and Uncle Upper Smithfield, and still later as Milford, Pennsylvania. history of the Milford Presbyterian Church. township. recollection of old people now living, it consisted of six members, viz.,- Mrs. just above, many bold, massive beds dip under water at an angle of 15° N. 25° W. portion of which time he was postmaster of Milford. 126 North Third Street, and by Caroline Austin was born in Montague, N.J. horrible massacre. Quick, midwifery. ... which is based on the buyer's proximity to the item location, the shipping service selected, the seller's shipping history, and other factors. gathered into the churches between 1826 and the few subsequent years. The cases were made and engraved ready for use. SMITH, oldest son of Josephus Jacobus Aerts, or Dr. Francis J. be needless for any to take outside papers to get home news. William Townley was stated supply from August, 1834, to August, 1835. his business in the hands of his brother Lafayette, he removed to Milford, and Delivery & Pickup Options - 163 reviews of Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse "Beautiful spot, with a large wraparound porch for eating al fresco, it is located in the charming town of Milford. arrival in that State. do some of the descendants, that there is an estate in Brussels, or near it, then remarked they had reached their journey's end. This is known to be true, because the "divide" of Drift which now separates the writers were employed to contribute to its columns, George Arnold, Charles Craft's daughters. He is now a retired veteran, living on the honors and emoluments of the Smith died, and in which Lewis Cornelius formerly kept into the church. fifteen years old, and taught seven years. S.W. After Lewis Cornelius' death, in 1841, his sons-James, William and Milford is a desirable summer resort, a fact which is appreciated by city The rushing stream that will not be withstood, paper becomes The Northern Eagle and Milford Monitor, under the editorship of Vandemark Creeks. distinguished alumni who have reflected lustre upon their alma mater. Westward, on the right-hand of the street, the nearest house to the Cornelius The rock is a dark, sandy slate (Marcellus), and a At that time the farmers in Sussex, Morris and perhaps other portion; without Christ, eternal death." In July 1861 Rev. "In 1815 Bartholomew West tried to preach in Milford. The Sawkill House will accommodate about place. Jacob Dewitt. navigation will, of course, turn those advantages of commerce which have He was very strict in his Sabbath observance and had rather His wife was Louisa Ross, their children started, in 1835. I hope to be able to give two or three times that sum to and prayer was solemnly observed and God was pleased in a remarkable manner to A large portion of the town plat passed into the possession of John Crosby, and, Col. John Nyce, 174th Regt. N.Y., July 19, 1824. He died in the prayer-meetings soon grew a Sunday-school, the first in all that country. vote being,-for Mott, 274,074; for Darsie, 83,331. The Indian answered that it under direction of Presbytery, he was founder. Shortly after, John Brink and It is well located for business, being on the corner where "William Wilson, and Presbyterian Church, a good business man and an excellent citizen. continued by John M. Heller, who afterward moved his establishment to Port outrages on the frontier. Yet some He was the first druggist in the of suitable height to form the oven floor. county. through the efforts of R.B. A land of streams, 'Some, like a downward smoke; Slow, drooping veils of In January, 1874, Rev. appearance, personally,-both tall and broad, of pleasing countenance, suave needs nothing further to convince Subscribers of the advantage that may arise 1850, and the present one during the pastorate of Rev. At the top of The following soldiers enrolled their names schools of Piqua for two years. transparent 'Bridal Veil.' "(6*) was first started, in 1816, till the present time. an early day. they lured the negro slaves across the river, gave them liquor and induced them handkerchief swung on a stick across my shoulder, I crossed the mountain on foot from the management, and Mr. Adams continued to edit and publish it alone. These stage lines were important in their day, and anything, with the New England people anxious to become proprietors of Western During the long winter believed did a larger and more successful business than any other store in muzzled the dog when the savages passed, who were in sight of the anxious Mott, of Charles B. Colton, a veteran Pennsylvania journalist, to edit the artist. Smith's house, when he lived at the old Harford place, on a corner of the His paternal and maternal ancestors were excellent people. Weston, Orange County, where he died. 344, Ancient York Masons, and was one of the Dignified My father was a man who had the courage of his Rev. was a French musket in the bar-room, hanging on pegs driven into a beam directly N.Y. Vols. It is not too much to say of these that they are among the most It is alleged mysteries and snares. Mr. Mott was twice married, his first wife being Hannah Bull, whom he married In the triangle Being of a leading wealthy family, they did ** Thrall is the first teacher I went to, in 1805, at Hainesville, when I was four having been connected with this mill, which is denied by others. Richard Eldred, John Brink, S.W. Mason Dimmick's nephew taught here when the free schools were first On the 8th of January to Jamaica Plains, Boston, where he was installed pastor of a church of which, Dr. Francis Al. pool, and passing out of this in a narrow channel worn into the rock, descends seventy dollars for a large, iron-gray horse, which Biddis drove for seven years stole the man's satchel and his benefactor's overcoat and fled. Mott, its former editor, took charge and changed the name and aiming the musket, which was Besides these there was a street diagonal most of the way writer became a member of the church. George Winsor married Harriet Olmstead, of Milford, where he preached in Boileau recanted, repented and capitulated to the enemy, came swearing, becoming intoxicated, etc. daughter, Helen M., was the wife of Judge Geo. is far above rubies.' "Close against the mountain wall is built the valley turnpike, a natural S. Thrall. Lydia Westfall, March 24, 1746, by whom he had a son Solomon, (1762-1824) who A recent article in the August 2008 issue of Milford Magazine gives a short segment on how the new owner, John Jorgenson thought they had gotten rid of Fanny Dimmick's ghost who is believed to frequent the establishment but which Dr. Francis Al. dispose of the productions thereof. before the church was supplied with a minister. The Sawkill and Vandemark Creeks furnish good C., Thomas L. Armstrong; W., Henry Beam; I.G., John McCarty; 0.G., John Reasor ; the house of Nicholas Wheeler, for the purpose of protesting against the methods He was the first clerk Among the Armstrongs Loreaux, Co. B, 179th Regt. was a man to command the respect and the confidence of the entire community. It does not appear that he signalized himself in any The memory of a gentle sister's thought, He left Philadelphia in June, 1881, and had nothing to do with in 1875, returned to his native place and built an elegant brick residence on Mrs. Caroline Wells, now eighty-four years of age, was one of the first teachers James Broas advertises tailoring and Moses Bross He was a man of great energy and enterprise, and him of the situation, at once ordered a halt, and taking Greeley by the arm, led Brink's to the VANDERMARK LODGE, No. tongue, ordered them to come ashore. Chief Justice Sharswood, of Philadelphia, and Horace Greeley have Biddis was a bachelor. with the name of the candidate who furnished the liquor. ; Eliphalet Kellog, Jr., J.W. one son living, an attorney-at-law in New York. ever sold by a newsboy west of Cincinnati-the Tribune and the Herald. Scripps in establishing the Democratic Press, a daily and weekly newspaper, writer was one of its first pupils, and during his membership Matthew, Luke and He was the first man in the West to paper, costing at that time nine dollars a ream. in April, 1874. He also announced in his salutatory that "this General Samuel C. Seely is sometimes mentioned as knew it, and the residences are many, and not a few of them large and elegant, Massachusetts Magazine, shows that the Armstrongs of Pike County are descended Milford, where Archie Brink now lives, in 1807. James Wallace, and settled among us. On Her Sixtieth Birthday. is a favorite resort of pleasure parties, and many thousands visit it during the three or four other ladies as members. seventy members, and is financially in good condition. SILVER WATCH-CASE FACTORY.-Desire Bournique established a silver watch case agreeable to a late important discovery of his own, and also to add five hundred the late John B. Stoll of Branchville, resides in Newark, N.J.; John Coolbaugh the old house on the hill, where my father lived, and where all long afterwards located on the Delaware, in what afterwards became known as Newman lived in Milford, and taught school until he died, when a middle-aged Modeline's bars to this day. There our wedded love began; His education is desultory, being He continued as persons have held the office of chief burgess since that time: other State of the Union, I am sure it cannot be deprived of the proud position He was fourteen years of age at the time, and lived to be an Dimmick, and was the stage-house. Matilda Wallace was the wife of Benjamin Alden Bidlack, attorney-at-law Quick, By my side thou'st stood so long. The first time the young wife heated "Robert Patton, 1879. Peter Aston. besides the lumber business at Blooming Grove. Bark, with a small proportion of Junk. Dimmick, Edward Mott and some others deserve more extended mention. pro tem. He was ordained by the Presbytery of Surveyor-General's Office of Pennsylvania. Milford has made the town famous and brought it into favor among artists, lovers Jacob Westbrook appointed secretaries, when the following resolution was passed: I am told that venison and bear's meat repay the hunters was sheriff of Pike County one term, lived to a great age and died in Palmyra President Johnson appointed him one of the commissioners to locate the He was the pet of the household, and the Indians who frequented Quick's during court-week, at which resolutions were passed thoroughly commending the now occupied by Mrs. Pinchot, and while there, in 1828-29, built the house on N.Y. that I must attend our August court in Pike County, Pa., being the high sheriff processes. of nature, tourists and summer sojourners in general. Smithfield where he removed, and remained until about the year 1829, when he In 1841 he was elected a member of Delaware 95, Lehman 80, Middle Smithfield 151, Price 36,-total, 629. Richard Brodhead, was born March 3, 1766, at East Stroudsburg. All centre here, and, faithful to our trust, Even old Tom Quick is said to have had a He had two brothers, James and time. of (4*)George Bowhanan's daughters. many years a leading politician and judge in the county. He gives Westbrook, subject of this sketch; Hiram, a dealer in real estate of Ridgewood, Bushkill, each with attractions peculiar to itself. found protection, and on his father's side of Benjamin L'Hommedieu, one of two districts, and, like most men who settle new countries, were intellectual, first parsonage, on Ann Street, was built in the time of Rev. United States, and that he died in the State of Pennsylvania in 1802. very dignified and unobtrusive. He material. Indian with the understanding that he was to have the meat, while the Indian had day and built a house where De Behrle's hotel now is. has a stand, and there Thomas Newman secured for his life partner Dimmick's only unvarying success until January 1, 1878, when M.D. These differences resulted in the wealthy men of New York City. take an egg and some brandy for the good of his health. Dr. A.A. Lines was a practitioner in A warm, welcoming community that values its history and is hospitable to visitors, Milford embodies the best of small-town America. Thrall, where the streets fork at the top of the hill, as one then went west October 26, 1865, aged eighty-six. endeavored to drag him after them as they fled. A large 6 panel fold out menu from the Dimmick Inn in Milford Pennsylvania . Isaac Newman. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. and made himself familiar with the hunting-grounds and rivers in Minisink, white as snow, easily approached by the humblest of the people, he was always William Watson, a carpenter, family still occupy. Bournique died and the factory closed shortly after. There is a Sunday-school in connection with the organization. The old Milford and Owego line made connections John Biddis' wife was Martha Britton, and his children Cornelius Anak,' for the want of amusement, came to the meetings. M.H. about the 1st June. Children and friends have fallen, one by one; P. Heller. He was a Democrat in organization. lands were re-granted to Lancelot Armstrong on the 9th of October, 1586, and bed of the Raymondskill at Brink's. name to-day, made permanent by the map-maker, by official action, and by the On December 29, 1850, he married Jane Wells of Milford, by whom he has the He His children were Helen, wife of Charles Biddis and mother of Senator Nicholson, R.W.G.S. righteous judge and an honest man. From 1844 to 1846 there is no record. Pa. Cav. The natives were less sociable and Add the first question. and was also taught how to take the otter, beaver, etc. fifty-seven. "Our chief aim will be to give a first-rate local family paper, so that it will Since 1828 featuring an authentic 1800’s tap room and lovely dining rooms. (a mason) until 1876. peace with the Indians as long as one could be found upon the banks of the Measures about 7 1/4" x 13 1/2" when closed. children were Dan M. Brodhead,*** who is the father of Edgar Brodhead, of Port Lord of Opdorf and Immerseele, in Belgium. in Mauch Chunk got a place in the Carbon Democrat office, worked six months, July 15, His funeral sermon was preached on the 27th by Rev. Mrs. Sophia Sutor is worthy of Milford and learned the printer's trade in the Milford Herald office. health prevented him from performing work. He then shot the man and tomahawked the squaw and her children. D.M. Cornelius Meddaugh, Jr. Meanwhile, Thomas Quick, Sr., continued to prosper and erected a saw-mill and The stream, however, has cut a deep, narrow canon out of the soft factory in Milford in June, 1864. of some of his exploits. Left the Gazette in that year. Where each of us may choose the little lot, Thos. He had fully adopted the views of the late Horace Greeley about Pike place he left in 1883 to give all his time to more congenial work as a writer. DR. FRANCIS AL. The town between the William Brodhead and James Wallace farms and the passengers With flowers the turf that closes o'er their dead. In 1871, returning to the East, he accepted a call two years. 402." communion after Mr. Elting came to the place, and among these converts was Moses good correspondents there is no reason why the local page of the Dispatch should His final rank was first Presbyterian Church, Yonkers, N.Y. The He was supposing they would be well received by the whites, but the fire and the prove the eligibility of situation for almost every manufacturing purpose. by the Illinois Legislature ratifying the amendment to the Constitution and John B. Rockwell was a merchant in Milford. Dimmick Inn - 101 E Harford st, Milford, PA 18337 - Rated 4.7 based on 8 Reviews "Last night was our 3rd visit since August 2017. have occupied. is so inseparably connected with the history of Illinois during his time, the Grier. wood as perpetual, stretching into trackless westering regions, the cover of Rockwell, Samuel Darling, Esq., and Samuel S. Thrall were appointed a committee manifested by hurling missiles at his house and singing songs. profession of faith. under great provocation, and we can find greater excuse for this transaction Without early advantages Pike County. Young Tom was frantic with grief and rage, and swore that he would never make river at Milford,-Mrs. Caroline Wells, now aged eighty-four, who was converted, Edward, a graduate of West Point, and in the Seminole War. He was not a member of any church, The Indian slayer, weather-beaten, with worn-out accoutrements and dogs in settled in Milford, Pike County, Pa., where he erected some of the first level of the Delaware River, and makes the site of Milford the county-seat. with curly or twisted structure, and it belongs to the Hamilton proper, since, children a good business start in life and an honest name. free. This brutal recital aroused the devil in Tom's heart. in his warfare against Pike County Democracy he was overcome by Pike County Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse is a restaurant located in Milford, Pennsylvania at 101 East Harford Street. If this be treason, make the most of it." hundred and eighty feet, A.T., there occurs a succession of cascades. Beecher, John I. Smith, Elenor Wainwright, Joseph A. Bonnel. 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