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Thomas Bradford, the oldest master printer in America, died at Philadelphia, aged 94.
Besides, that inspection did not pertain to me, since I was neither the oldest nor the most recent auditor.
These branches are only five in number, and the oldest of them is but a little over a year old.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
Never has it been so wretched, as is affirmed openly by the oldest residents here, as well as by me.
I shall speak of these in succession, beginning with the oldest and closing with the newest that has come under my observation.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Reverend McCarthy, one of the oldest, and regarded as one of the strongest, one of the ablest ministers to such a forsaken charge.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
This information was received from one of the oldest inhabitants, a native himself, and exceedingly fond of missionaries.
I am sorry they should not, for they always was used to it where we lived before, and my oldest girl she can work very nicely.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
The next day the oldest boy and girl came to ask the bakeshop woman to come over.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
One of the oldest houses here was destroyed some years back, and on its site stands a new police-station.

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