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Title: The story of Martha’s Vineyard, from the lips of its inhabitants, newspaper files and those who have visited its shores, including stray notes on local history and industries;
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Hine, Charles, Gilbert, 1859- [from old catalog]
Subjects: Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. [from old catalog]
Publisher: New York, Hine brothers
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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lu iiieiuory of Jlr. Joliii Peas. Died March, 1(599, in y 33nl year of his ase. I ride along the dark blue oceanOn the sportive dolphinsback;And I sink to rest in the fathomless caves Beyond the sea-sharks track.I hide my head in the pitiless storm In caverns dark and deep;My couch of ooze is pleasant and warm. And soft and sweet my sleep.I rise again when the winds are still.And the waves have sunk to rest;And call, with my conch-shell, strong and shrill.My mate to the Salt Lakes breast. WEST TISBURY. 177 He finally returned to Tisbury and lived in the old house,astonishing his neighbors with the crops he raised. Once whenhe was working in a field near his home with others who wereploughing, the ploughshare turned up a pot of money, butJones, who was in another part of the field, knew nothing ofthe find, and his friends neglected to tell him. When theyreached the end of the furrow they knocked off work, thoughthe hour was unseasonable, and persuaded him to leave the
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Olil Mill, West Tisbury. Tlie last satinet the old millmade was thus aeiior to anyotlier ifoods ot their class, astliey arc niaile of tlie best ofViiieyard wool after the old-fashioniil pound to t)ie yardrule. It will be shown thatthe inakinjrof this celebratedcloili is not anions tlie lostarts, and that it can be madeso that it will wear as well asever. There are three colors-black, light and dark brown.Retail price, .f 1.25 jier yard.William .1. kotch. Wexf rifilivrii, Nor. 0, 1873. field with them, and when nd of Mr. Jones came back and col-lected the cash. The story got out in due time, when Jones,hearing of it, quoted at himself the old proverb that He thatby the plough would thrive, himself must either hold or drive,which seemed to fit the case about as well as need be. This issa
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