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" Flushing where we dined is 12 more — & from thence to Brooklyne through Newton (the way we travelled and which is a mile further than to pass through Jamaica... "
Genealogy of the Onderdonk Family in America - Page 37
by Elmer Onderdonk - 1910 - 374 pages
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The Diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791: Embracing the Opening of ...

George Washington - History - 1860 - 248 pages
...o'clock and passing Musqueto Cove,"8 breakfasted at a Mr. Underdunck's at the head of a little bay ;62 where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Mills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit70 — distc. from...
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Queens County in Olden Times: Being a Supplement to the Several Histories ...

Henry Onderdonk - Queens County (N.Y.) - 1865 - 122 pages
...passing Musquito Cove breakfasted at a Mr. ( hiderdonk's, at the head of a little bay, [Henip•fitead Harbor] where we were kindly received and well entertained. This gentleman works a grist and two paper-mills, the last of which he seems to .carry on with spirit and to profit. Hence to Flushing where...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 20

Pennsylvania - 1896
...Musqueto [now Glen] Cove, breakfasted at a Hr Underdunck's [Henry Onderdonk] at the head of a little bay ; where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Hills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit — distc. from...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 20

Pennsylvania - 1896
...Musqueto [now Glen] Cove, breakfasted at a Mr Underdunck's [Henry Onderdonk] at the head of a little bay ; where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Mills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit — distc. from...
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Washington After the Revolution: 1784-1799

William Spohn Baker - 1897 - 366 pages
...Musqueto [now Glen] Cove, breakfasted at a Mr Underdunck's [Henry Onderdonk] at the head of a little bay ; where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Mills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit — diste. from...
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...Musqueto [now Glen] Cove, breakfasted at a Mr Underdunck's [Henry Onderdonk] at the head of a little bay ; where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Mills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit— distc. from...
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...Musqueto [now Glen] Cove, breakfasted at a Mr Underdunck's [Henry Onderdonk] at the head of a little bay ; where we were kindly received and well entertained. — This Gentleman works a Grist & two Paper Mills, the last of which he seems to carry on with spirit, and to profit— distc. from...
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