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annals
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  • I remembered to have read (probably in Felt’s "Annals") a notice of the decease of Mr. Surveyor Pue, about fourscore years ago; and likewise, in a newspaper of recent times, an account of the digging up of his remains in the little graveyard of St. Peter’s Church, during the renewal of that edifice.
  • There were a few rose-bushes, however, and a number of apple-trees, probably the descendants of those planted by the Reverend Mr. Blackstone, the first settler of the peninsula; that half mythological personage who rides through our early annals, seated on the back of a bull.

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  • published in the "Annals of Internal Medicine"
  • The company’s rapid collapse will doubtless rank as one of the most remarkable in the annals of American business.

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