A Bill for the Relief of Edward Toppan, William Currier and George Jenkis

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[United States. Congress. House.]. A Bill for the Relief of Edward Toppan, William Currier and George Jenkis Published: () Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Jacob Shinnick and Schoultz and Vogeler, of Christian Chapman and the administratrix of John Calef, deceased.

A Bill, For the relief of Edward Toppan, William Currier, and George Jenkins. (H.R. 51) Read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Friday next.

A Bill, Making appropriation for the support of the navy of the United States during the year A Bill, For the relief of Edward Toppan, George Jenkins and William Currier.

() Read the first, and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow. A Bill, For the relief of Richard Taylor. (VIII) George Thomas, only son of Edward Toppan and Lucy Jane (Bliss) Little, was born in Auburn, Maine, He was prepared for college at the Edward Little High School, graduated at Bowdoin in After a year of travel in Europe, he taught Latin in Thayer Academy, Braintree, Mass.,and at Bowdoin College TOPPAN HOUSE, 15 TOPPAN STREET This house was built in by Enoch Toppan for his son, Edward, being now the home of the Misses Toppan, daughters of the latter.

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