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PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA OCTAGON SOCK-ON-THE-NOSE POSTMARK ON EARLY COVER.  SCOTT #26 STAMP - POSTAL-HISTORY PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA OCTAGON SOCK-ON-THE-NOSE POSTMARK ON EARLY COVER. SCOTT #26 STAMP

Stamp is fine. Cover has small tear about top middle.

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CONCORD MASSACHUSETTS POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL BUSINESS COVER - POSTAL-HISTORY CONCORD MASSACHUSETTS POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL BUSINESS COVER

Pristine condition. Looks like this was stamped with the town name, but never used.

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NEW YORK CITY 1894 COVER WITH 1-CENT COLUMBIAN EXPO STAMP. BERNARD MEYER PAPER BOXES

Nice, well-centered stamp on commercial cover. 

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PROCTORSVILLE VERMONT 1891 COVER. PIE WEDGE POSTMARK

Clean cover with full postmark.

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PITTSFIELD NEW HAMPSHIRE CIVIL WAR ERA COVER TO WEST TOWNSEND MASSACHUSETTS

Excellent, full Pittsfield New Hampshire January 8 postmark. Cover a lighter shade of yellow than shows in the scan. Opened a bit roughly at right.

 

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GENEVA WISCONSIN CIVIL WAR ERA COVER TO KENOSHA

Clean cover from Geneva Wisconsin. Area is now known as Lake Geneva Wisconsin.

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EAST BROOKFIELD VERMONT DEAD POST OFFICE 1800S POSTAL HISTORY COVER. TARGET POSTMARK

Light but readable postmark. Hard to find DPO location. Addressed to Katie Whitney, Chelsea, VT. Interesting notation on back: "Taken out of office Aug 19 and was picked up in the road taken out by Fred Humphrey." Sounds like Katie dropped the letter and Fred found and delivered it. Envelope was folded in half. Some foxing.

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CANTERBURY NEW HAMPSHIRE 1875 POSTAL HISTORY COVER TO SHARON MASSACHUSETTS. MISSENT MARKING

Clean cover with full Canterbury postmark.  Also has light railroad agent mark on face. MISSENT marking . Mailed July 30...still made it to Sharon by July31 according to Sharon backstamp.

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BELMONT CALIFORNIA 1903 COVER TO NORTHFIELD VERMONT

Nice, clean early cover.

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CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS TO CANANDAIGUA NEW YORK EARLY COVER. SCOTT#26 STAMP CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. DAGGETT

Clean stamp and cover. Nice item. No content. Addressed to Rev. O. E. Dagget for Mrs. Dagget.

The December number of the " National Preacher," contains a Sermon, entitled, "The time of the End uncertain," by Rev. O. E. Daggett, pastor of the South Congregational church, Hartford, Ct. The object of this discourse appears to be, to prove that we can never know with any certainty, the time of the Second Advent; and therefore, that no confidence can be placed in any of the evidence upon which the near approach of that event is predicated. It is singular that while a century ago, the whole Protestant church were endeavoring to acquire all the light possible upon the prophecies of Daniel and John, yet, now, the same church is equally anxious to throw darkness upon those prophecies.

EXTRACT FROM A LETTER Of Rev. O. E. DAGGETT, D.D

Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1863.

Mt Dear Sir :—That so young a State as Iowa has a Historical Society is noticeable, but the sooner such operations are begun, the better. I was much pleased with that of Wisconsin, where I was, at Madison, in May, 1862. Though only eight years old, it had already done, what could not so well be done later, for the State, besides having some things of interest in all similar collections.

I enclose you two specimens from my Colonial and Continental money, for your Historical Society. See the motto of the latter. Yours, sincerely, O. E. DAGGETT.

 

 

 

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