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History of Baltimore city and county, from the earliest period to the present day: including biographical sketches of their representative men

History of Baltimore city and county, from the earliest period to the present day: including biographical sketches of their representative men

Source : Internet Archive

History of Baltimore city and county, from the earliest period to the present day: including biographical sketches of their representative men

History of Baltimore city and county, from the earliest period to the present day: including biographical sketches of their representative men

Source : Internet Archive

Results : PINKNEY


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Pinkney, William 711


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Lieut. - Col. Sterett, Maj. William Pinkney's rifle bati talion, and two companies of volunteer artillery, with ! six-pounders, under


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and Philip Key, Joseph Seney, William Pinkney, Samuel Sterett, William Vans, Murray and Upton Sheredine were nominated as candidates. Upon


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the Democratic candidates were William Pinkney Whyte, of Baltimore City, for Governor , A. K. Syester, of Washington County,


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which was conferred upon Hon. William Pinkney Whyte. It is confidently anticipated, however, that because of his great public popularity


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John L.Yates, 7th, Philip Wallis, William Pinkney, 81h, Alexander Russell, Thomas Meyer, 9th, Joshua Dryden (president), Daniel P. Barnard, 10th,


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13th, Frederick Pinkney, 14th, George A. Davis, 16th, Levi Taylor, 16th, Dennis Kerry, 17th, Samuel Winter,


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Elias Ware, Jr., Nathaniel Cox, William Pinkney Whyte, Mendes I. Cohen, Francis Gallagher , 1848, F. M. Baughman, Elias Ware,


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of Prince George's County, 1867, William Pinkney Wliyte, of Baltimore City. 1872. Elected to the United States Senate on the


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The lawyers for Evans were William Pinkney and Robert Goodloo Harper, and for the Ellicotts, Richard Ridgely and Lnther Martin.


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Robert Pinkney was a fashionable tailor in Baltimore in 1765, and advertised his " art


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and he was followed by Jonathan Pinkney, Jr., elected Nov. 11, 1819.


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Henry Didier, Jr., Samuel Hollingsworth, William Pinkney, George J. Brown, Samuel G. Griffith, Levin Wethered, Robert Barry, William H. Dorsey,


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the officials were James Mozier, William Pinkney, and probably others, of whose incumbency there is no record preserved. In 1844,


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James Mosher, Mar",h 24, 1829, William Pinkney, March 16, 1841, Thomas Lloyd, July 2, 1844- William H. Cole, Jr., March


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1879. He was succeeded by William Pinkney, D.D., assistant bishop of the diocese.


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was the son of Hon. William Pinkney, the celebrated Maryland lawyer and statesman, and was an elegant poet, some of


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by Edward Roberts, publisher, Edward C. Pinkney, editor, and Samuel Sands, printer. It was ])ublished every Wednesday and Saturday,


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to its columns, among others Edward C. Pinkney, the poet, and Francis S. Key.


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William Pinkney, the great advocate and orator, though he never appeared as a writer of


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its attack on his father, Mr. Pinkney. Neal refused to comply with his request, and a peremptory challenge to a


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showed itself in his descendants, Edward Coates Pinkney, his seventh son, one of the most graceful writers of Eng-lish verse


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coarsenesses, vulgarities, and petty vanities. Edward Coate Pinkney, the brilliant young poet, called John Neal to account for this assault


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young men in 1820 was Edward Coate Pinkney, already mentioned in the sketch of John Neal. He was born in


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Frederick Pinkney, the fourth son of William, and the younger brother of Edward Coate Pinkney,


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gifted son of the celebrated William Pinkney, died on March 25, 1835, while editing a Washington paper. He also inherited


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he was a beautiful poet." Mr. Pinkney published but little of his poetry, probably deterred by the unhappy literary fate


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and the younger brother of Edward Coate Pinkney, though known chiefly as a learned lawyer, was also a poet and


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came, Luther Martin followed, and William Pinkney, while always claiming residence in


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resigned and was succeeded by William Pinkney. From 1778 until the reorganization of the Court of Appeals in 1805 the


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of England stock from chancery. Mr. Pinkney removed to Baltimore in 1506. He was attorney-general of Maryland and of the


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Why not? William Pinkney was the aptest pupil that ever lived, and during his nine years in


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Pinkney, Frederick, lawyer, June 13, 1873, aged 09.


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Pinkney, Anu, sister of the late Wm. Pinkney, April 30, 1835, aged 80.


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Pinkney, Mrs. Margaret Hile, Sept. 21, 1834, in her 89th year.


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Pinkney, Ann Maria, sister of Com. John Rodgers, and wife of Wm.


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Pinkney, William, 643, 711.