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Image from page 27 of “The visitation of the county of Buckingham made in 1634 by John Philipot, esq. …” (1909)
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Identifier: visitationofcoun58phil
Title: The visitation of the county of Buckingham made in 1634 by John Philipot, esq. …
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Philipot, John, 1589?-1645 Ryley, William, d. 1667 Harvey, William, d. 1567 Rylands, W. Harry (William Harry), 1847-1922 College of Arms (Great Britain)
Subjects: Heraldry Visitations, Heraldic
Publisher: London : [Mitchell, Hughes & Clarke, printers]
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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rine daugh-(Barker) of As- ter of. . . . Kibbletrop in North- of Newbottle andamptonshire (of) y sister andson and heire. coheirs of…., Pigott* I Edm.-=Eliz. Bar-Brud- ton*[?Bar-nell. ker~.See 26b.2* Thomas Barber (Barker)=j=Silvester da. of William MilesofElmes-of Astrop. tree (in com) Wilts. I Richard Barber (Barker) of= Katharine da. of Rich. Chitwood son andChitwood (in Com) Buck. heire of Sir Rich. Chitwood. These additions are in MS. Eng. Misc. C. 17. THE VISITATION OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IN 1634. Barker, of Cfjesfjam jfflajjna, MS. Eng. Misc. C. 17, f. 13. William Barker of…. in com =j=Elizabeth dau. of… . I Francis Barker of Berkhamp-=pEliz. dau. of Welles of Heth (Heath) in yE Parishsted in com. Hartford. I of Leyton Bosard in com. Bedford. Francis Barker of Chesham magna=pEliz. dau. of Ralph Bovey of the Parish ofin co. Bucks. St. Albons Woodstreete London. William 2a Francis 3d John Barker sonne & Joseph 4 Beniamin 5thsonne. sonne. heire 16 y. old 1634. sonne. sonne.

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Barker, oi J?mttl)le£. MS. Eng. Misc. C. 17, f. 49b.[No Arms tricked.] 0., on a/esse daneette V. 3 fleurs-de-lis 0. Crest:Bird A., holding in its beak a rose gules, stalked andleaved Vert. Christopher Barker Printer=pto Q. El[?z.]. Anne relict= Robert Barker=pRachel Day da. of Wil- Nie. Cage of Southley inof London Com. Bucks.2a wife. liain Day Bishop of Win-chester Provost of Eatonand Dean of Windsor. Legat 2. Robert. 3. Charles= Eliz. d. Nic. Cage. of LondonPrinter. John=Agatha. 1. Christopher Barker=pSarah da. of Bon- Clement Har-=Susan. 4. Francis. of Southley in Com.Bucks. ham Norton of by of London.London. 5. Matthew. Anne 1 da. [vx Christopher Barker= In Ireland). set. 12, 1634. Rachel 2 da. [vx: Geo: Antrobvsof Lond: wollen Draper]. THE VISITATION OF BUCK1NGHAMSHIBE IN 1634. 9 <T^

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Image from page 150 of “The official records of the Oregon volunteers in the Spanish war and Philippine insurrection” (1903)
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Identifier: officialrecordso00oreg
Title: The official records of the Oregon volunteers in the Spanish war and Philippine insurrection
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Oregon. Adjutant-General’s Office Finzer, W. E Gantenbein, Calvin Ursinus, 1865-
Subjects: Spanish-American War, 1898 — Regimental histories Oregon — Militia Philippines — History Philippine American War, 1899-1902 Regimental histories
Publisher: Salem, Or., J. R. Whitney, state printer
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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om sore feet and ringworms. • DETAINED FOR MORE FIGHTING. Preparations for embarkation was commenced at once. Thecommand was disappointed in the time of sailing and seeminglywas not likely to leave the island for some time, as orders weresoon issued for it to prepare to take the field in a movementunder General Lawton against Morong. The men veiled theirdisappointment, and those able by June 2d to march were readyfor more fighting. The medical officers investigation calledout over half of the regiment as unfit for duty. Companies A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, K, L, and M, under com-mand of Colonel Summers, marched from Manila to within amile of the pumping station of the water system the afternoonof June 2d. General Halls brigade rendezvoused there thatnight preparatory to the march down into the Mariquina ValleyJune 3d. General Lawton with another brigade was advancingon Taytay from the direction of the source of the Pasig, andGeneral Hall was to fall upon the rear of that city about the

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OREGON VOLUNTEERS IN SPANISH WAR. 95 time it was attacked from the front. Before dawn, June 3d,General Hulls brigade, consisting of the First Colorado, FourthCavalry, Second Oregon, one battalion of the First Wyoming,and the Fourth Infantry, marched from the plateau back ofthe pumping station down into the Mariquina Valley and upin front of the destroyed village of Mariquina. The columnthen turned down the valley, the cavalry leading, and followedby the Second Oregon, until the foothills on the opposite sidewere approached. Filipino sharpshooters off to the left openedfire while the cavalry was crossing a small stream, and boththe dismounted and mounted troops of the Fourth Cavalrywere deployed. Then Captain Heath, commanding the ThirdBattalion, consisting of Companies A, H, and L, was orderedto proceed against the small village in the foothills ahead.Shortly after deploying the line was fired upon by a prettystrong force of Filipinos posted on the ridges above. The hotreply soon quie

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Julien Maire “Relief”
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Through expanding & contracting pieces, and stereolithographic projections, Julien Maire’s installations indirectly address new technologies, media archaeology and manipulate fiction.

For more than 10 years, Julien Maire has mastered and used in unexpected ways advanced technologies such as CNC mills, laser cutters, precision optics, etc. Today, 3D printers are naturally also part of his toolbox.
For these two new pieces, Julien designed and built all original parts, mechanisms and components using the whole range of machines available at Fablab.iMAL, from Ultimaker and Mendel DIY printers to the laser-based Form1 3D printer.

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