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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Bristol, Rhode IslandMount lands grated by in plan Mouth tor yearly rental of seven Beaver a is a lands were then said for three Hundred pounds continued from last a Eek from the Bristol Phoenix of May 14, 1887. Our Story carries us to the privy Council chamber where the Dull routine of business was at this time so often lighted up by the wit of Shaftesbury. Among those whose occupation it was to amuse the King was a dra a Matic poet named John crowne. He is said to have been first brought to the notice of the Queen through the dislike which Rochester cherished for Dryden and to have gained the favor of the Good natured Monarch by a mask which he had performed before the court. Reckoning on this favor crowne came Forward with a petition for the mount Hope lands. His father who had purchased an estate in Nova Scotia had been impoverished by the cession of that province to the French and upon this circumstance the poet based his claim to restitution. The matter was brought before the privy Council who directed that before any action should be taken inquiries should be made respecting the title to the territory. Plymouth claimed the lands As lying within her Patent and in this View the agents of Massachusetts concurred. The two Rhode Island agents on the other hand maintained that the tract up to the recent War had belonged to Sachem Philip and that no corporation m new England had any title to it. Although the Plymouth authorities had sought to gain the favor of the King by sending to him the greater part of the ornaments and treasures of Philip the privy Council adopted the i Bod pc. Ift Sygd. Urc tired that he Lanas of Grant to Plymouth res Eryin Only to the a Crown by Way of quit rent seven Beaver skins to be paid yearly to Windsor Castle. No other lands in the Colony were held upon this tenure. To a newly conquered the impress of its founders. Who we naturally ask were the Junen to who Bristol owes its origin f the four original proprietors with one exception were actual settlers and become earnestly identified with the interests of the town. Or. Oliver sold his share to Nathan Hayman another leading merchant of Boston who soon after died. The names of the remaining three Are written in enduring characters on our Early annals. Of Stephen Burton less is known than of the others but he is said to have been bred at Oxford and As recording officer of the county he filled a responsible position until his death in 1692. John Walley whose name stands first on the grand deed was the son of an English clergy Roan and held High rank in the Massachusetts Colony. Near the close of his life a returned to Boston where he died in 1712. Nathaniel Byfield was also the son of an English Clergyman a member of the famous Westminster Assembly. His Mother was sister of the upright and courageous Bishop Luxon. Who attended Charles i upon the scaffold. Like Valley he returned to Boulton in his old age and died there in 1733. Coming As they did from a Puritan Colony the founders of Bristol did not seek in their new Home to throw off the Puritan traditions in which they had been trained they walked with a deviating Steps in the Faith to which they had been acc Stone d they came to establish a town for trading but they did not for a moment forget the higher conditions on which the >-aviicvv.<jtiuuitvdend8-. 5tenms a a a Ham it is rapidly Jeanng jts final stages tic finals in tie mens singles will be Herd on thursday provide a a Ood weather prevails and spectators will see some excellent matches As the leading players approach the final rounds. This afternoon in the Quarter finals Jack Mari sky of Cranston is scheduled to meet or Roger Buck of fall Rii or and at 5 30 Charles Swanson of Pawtucket last years Champion will play or. Roger Buck of fall River in a Semi final match. In a Long five set Battle Frank Kenney of Newport Defeated his buddy John Mccarthy also of Newport to capture the title in the Junior singles division. This afternoon also sees mrs. Catherine Sample Florida state Champion playing miss Emily Enriques of Newport at 3 of clock. There Are also several matches listed in menus doubles mixed doubles and women singles. Hen s singles first bound or Roger Buck pall River Defeated Cary Wilson Bristol 6-1, 6-0. A Alden Estes Providence Defeated Clarence Herreshoff Washington. D. C., 7-6, 6-4. John of Kane East Walpole Defeated Arthur Armstrong Provence 6-2, 6-4. Carl Witherell Bristol Defeated a a Barows or. Providence. 6-1, 6-8, 8-6. W m. Plus Cher new Tork City Defeated o. G Boynton Barrington 6-3. 6-0. Ron sad Ritz Framingham Defeated Willias b. Jennings Newport 6-1. 6-1. Richard Bradley Providence Defeated Hugo Merk pro Iodence 6-8, 2-6, 7-5. Irving anger front River Defeated Clement Sharpe Abington 6-3, 6-3. Edward Twarog new Beo Tord Defeated j h. Christopher Riverside 6-1, 6-2. H. Hunter Providence Defeated s. S. Phil loins. Providence 6-4, 6-3. Charles Swanson by default. Lawrence Sorenson by default. Jack Marl sky Defeated Hamilton beat be. 6-0, 6-3. T. J Jewett by default. See oud bound or Roger Buck Defeated a Dell Estes 6-8. 6-1, 6-4. William m. Fischer a Defeated John of Kane. 6-2, 6-4 Beuel Ritz Defeated Dick Bradl esp 6-4, 6-3. Ogden Sawyer Defeated Carl Witherell 6-1. 6-4. Henry Hunter by default. Charles Swanson Defeated l. Sorenson 6-3. 6-2. Juday Quot Iaus Defeated Salvatore Gajoli pair Michael Delpiano Defes Ted Wafa quintal Tiiu two a winners in the finals today. Senior division a Ralph Quot red Fusco defending Champion won on default Frank Fusco title. The Metal and word Craft classes were held yesterday. A free dance will be held wednesday night in Italo american Hall under the direction of Michael Deleo a recreation supervisor. A a Marionette show Wil be conducted this afternoon on the common by miss Mildred Baxter. Boxing classes will be conducted at the same time by Frankie Curico former state professional lightweight Champion Jack Marl sky Defeated j t Jewett �?zj�4asd.,,.-without which Prosperity Hiu 6-1. D that he Lanas of Grant Tell to most their first care was to secure the or by default a the title to the services of an a table school a tej but still More characteristic was their concern for the support of Relig ion. When the town was lands were set apart for the support of the ministry and in the articles of ads. Having been thus confirmed to agreement Between the original pro. On the fourteenth Day of september 1680, in consideration of the sum of three Hundred pounds the mount Hope lands were conveyed to four Cit Vizents of Bostons John Walley Nathaniel Byfield Stephen Burton and Nathaniel Oliver. The four proprietors reserved to themselves an eighth each and proceeded to dispose of the remainder. Every Community b stamped with his proportion for erecting a it meeting Finouse and a horse for the minister. And for the building of that meetinghouse and a Shortt history of the Church from that Date to the present time nyx Gnu Are respectfully invited to Kirsten to the pastor of this Church. The Pasitor Rev. H. A. Stevens then followed with a Brief abstract of that history which he had reviewed at length on sunday evening 1st inst. ,. Wrd Boand. T. Ogden Sawyn i Defeated Henry Hunter 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 Jan Dlf singles first bound j Mccarthy. Newport Defeated g. Bur cell 6-2. 6-2. George Murray. Jr., Bristol Defeated e. Lindley Barrington. 6-4. 8-6. A Robert t Avla barring Oft. Die Stefl a defenders win a representative team of the cup defenders association of Bristol Defeated the King Philip quintet also of Bristol 2-0 in a Boccia at the winners ground on Wood Street. This marked the second meeting of the teams with the King Philip five winning the first match by the count of 2-c. The winners won sundays first game by the score of 12-7, but were hard pressed to it take the second game by the close score of 12-10. Michael Cappucci of the defenders team led in the placements Ball registering ii in this department. Antonio i Polo his team mate tool the Hittig honors with five blows Louis of the King Philip out t tallied Points for his team to Lead in the in Hvid Ual scoring a othes play Uig for the cup defend Jois in were Sousa. It t Krista Iii by a Pic Mansi f and for their cup events Dennis Rose Manuel Machado Peter in Cuticelli and ?��5? panned a the iijori�y.,�>�j�i>8 of these. Jsuafopo4tets by esp a Quot ent Auy it a by of dose of a Piti Phin in such my a so a Heit the attest Idns of the a ? Gres Man is stu0y y0it�r&i�g a service. A a autumn Crocus a Snelwar Trtol a a la a port the popular Tonio Selwart returns to Newport tuesday night to reap new laurels when he appears As the Star in a revival of a autumn Crocus this fifth Bill of the actor a Maria Geis written by one c. L. Anthony who attained great Success with this piece before she gained wider Fame when writing a Call it a Day under her o in name Dodie Smith. Or. Sci Watt remembered last year As the hessian in a the Pursuit of happiness a will now be seen As an engaging tyrolean against the colourful background of the austrian Alps the plot of this comedy centers around the attractive Host of a Small hotel who. By his consideration and amiability ingratiate himself with All of his guests. Two English school teachers arrive for a Short stay. One a shy repressed creature Falls deeply in love with the attractive Max wha furnishes for her drab existence the Only Romance she has Ever known. He too finds in her something he has looked for All his life but until now has never foun i. Her happiness is Complete until she discovers he is married to a typical Hausfrau. Then of course complications arise and How they Settle thir hive 2ap4rad�trccciyiq,g, manager by Ancier to or paly Soj lefty paiiisi�p5k�. Mansi on the Mound ,.at�4�?o 5tv�af>pilot behind the pm ate Stiie remainder of the line up will in previous Diamond. In �1,�� Wii. It. J a rde script in of land can a c�a�0ppr� ,/-el.�c� by a two or the a a a s a a Quot or is landed a bldg a a a to a. To come in land b o r school or a a to act certain tract of mud together with a ithe bold legs and Impi Orementa thereon la floated in the i of and a Rcd Unity i>5 Hgt of state of Rhode Thor nine amp a Raj northerly Jim kwn�.-6f3ras�?~ urea cute a and Ehe Teiry and a Piru re Hje met fish air. Feet Low Joe Connerly of the ,att3 ft.hieaa-. I a of que144feet . Land to Yione Una do ,�4t.2> feet the a deaf adj. Than one ,.ian.d partaken he of Bristol for the Pui podes a the local of of a to Hook House and a ool Louii and for Achrol taken pursuant to the provisions of chapter blah two it of the general Laws of the j9tate for of to Rhode Island 1s28� tabling. To was condemn land for school imposes and in accords ice with the Resolution of the it a Jooi committee of the town of Bristol passed on the Day of june a. E. B. Rockwell chairman of the school committee of the town of Bristol Rhode Island. Witness Joeeph a. Hammill. A True copy _ attest r John w. Church a town clerk., t-20-2r->27-s0r s-2-e-10-ls�?ocorrection. Know new England contest in Puzzle Nti Hiber 4, new England statesman the Quot Bame a a Jonathan was Jsse a led any ans it Bristol. 6-0. 6-3. Second bound Frank Kenney Newport Defeated Hua Ner King tout set 6-4, 6-3, Dan Moran Defeated Frank Fenneller. 3-6, 8-6. 6-2. Frank Mccarthy Defeated George Murray 6-0, 6-1. Robert Davis by default Semi Finis Frank Kenney Defeated Robert Davis 6-3, 9-7 John Mccarthy Defeated Daniel Moran. Final Kenney Defeated Mccarthy 3-6 6-1, 6-7, 6-4, 6-l sent in to the contest will be accepted As Correct it Rouen museum town Victor Hugo cued Frances City of Rouen the a City of a Hundred it is situated on the main routes from the Channel parts to Paris. It is a great museum town and a been called the a Florence of the North because of its Art treasures. Marshall hits Homer bases loaded olympians win 8-6 by James b. Lee a a foxy Marshall the mainstay of Larney Bisbano sypian sub of the y. M. C a. Clouded out one of the longest Home runs of the season in the first inning when the sacks were loaded and his Brilliant Mound performance especially in the pinches gave the y nine an 8 to 6 Victory Over Bill Doran s Ever Readys last evening. The contest one of the Best played this season attracted More than 10 x fans on the local Diamond the winners continued their drive towards the second half title and placed themselves in a tie position for first place standing with the firemen titlist in 1936, and winners of the first half Crown the y. M c. A club took the Lead in the first when Duffy walked. Dryer sacrificed and was Safe when Lemaire the Ever Readys Catcher threw to second to Force Duffy but the throw was late. Del piano was hit by a pitched Ball by Joe Benda with the count two and two on Marshall he drove a tremendous drive to Centerfield Clearing the bases. Cardozo a was hit by a pitched Ball stole second and third and scored on butlers double. Jack Almon scored Butler with a timely single for the winners sixth run. They annexed their last two tallies in the fourth on doubles by Delpiano and Sal Zatio combined with a free pass to Duffy. The champions scored two in the second and three in the fifth making the count 8 to 5. Joe Bendas triple and Joe Aguiar a single gave them its last tally in the sixth with Aguiar and Lemaire on base Marshall fanned buddy Congdon the leagues leading Batter to retire the Side in the sixth Marshall also tightened in the last stanza fanning Leclerc and Manny Borges and making Massa ground out to Jim Salzano at second base to end the hard fought conflict Jim Butler of the winners and Aguiar Lemaire. M. Borges Frank Mello and Benda losing Pitcher strengthened their batting averages with two hits apiece. Aguiar the Fleet footed left fielder for the losers pulled off the Fielding Gam of the game when he grabbed Jim Salzano a drive to deep left Field robbing the Batter of in extra base hit being razed to make room fax it a new school of Ftp buoyant Cut of fiery. To Querec of the Motley group of other guests at. By Mariji amp a a Ngy lbs in 2 his Prissy sister a Young couple Bent on experimenting with trial love and a Mountain climbing Burgher and wife a All of whom Supply the gaiety and Aii using situations which Are vastly 1 u x vow a str Twat stems an Choice for the part As he himself an aug tro Bax irian he has lived among the tyrolean peasants for and knows the Mountain Folk intimately. What is More he Speaks their dialect. This past Spring he stayed it just such a Small hostelry near inn Rouck. He had left America after being featured with Helen Menken on Broadway in a laughing and the reason for his departure was due to the fact that being an alien actor he cannot under equity ruling accept a part in any new play until six months have elapsed from the closing Date of a previous engagement. Although his naturalization papers have been taken out they will not be Clea cd until the end of this Yar at which time he will become an american citizen. Prior to Newport he wms allowed to repeat his role in a laughing woman at Ann Aridor this Spring. Doris Dalton plays opposite him in a autumn Crocus and. Having just been engaged for the new Arthur Hopkins production a blow be winds starring Henry Fonda leaves Rhode Island the end of next week to rehearse in new York. The cast also includes Esther Mitchell from new York for this one production Bettina Cerf Elizabeth Dean Farrar Franklin Gray Edgar Kent Charles Trexler. Lois Bolton Hathaway kale. Quot Valentine Vernon and Roerta Barrett. The comedy has been staged by Agnes Morgan and the setting designed by Emeline Clark Roche. So. N. E. League game free hot nates sub netted a to a connection Trinity Church fact error Trinity Church Interior by James b. Lee a Southern new England league game will be played tomorrow evening on the common Between Eddie Lav by s Bristol Walkover and Fred say wards fall River c. Both teams Are tie for first place standing of the Chcuik. The Spink City outfit have several Boston College stars and former Dur dec High school players in its 1 neut. is hitting strength from top to me Bottom it. In e visitors a Fer the local Pitcher is Likely to have his tro bibles. The fall River nine will have Kearns left Field Bei son Centerfield Harrington right Field Jimmie of Hara third. Spicl Short. White second Duquette first and Freddie Sayward or Morris former Durfee High Sthool Pitcher on the Mound. The Walkover will use either Eddie Lavey or Chet Massa Colt High twirler pitching and Joe Borges receiving. Other players on its roster Are Jimmie Duffy Frankie Securo Tommie Vanvoast Joe Aguiar Amie dryer Mike Turillo Jake Morthy and lefty Parish a fast and interesting tilt is looked for. Regular Twilight league ground rules will go into effect. Elm Timpl of ,. Ibo twist of Heaton at via Waal Hullt in 1, or Tsaio of Gate oaf Yoor of Yunglo fit Bra Al Fionik Mont olt who mini a a. 7t. Vij Damp roof Bot ton. Lake in i whited 1is As Al _5 a m Lovite div mends at Bopf Raff of Pok Doo s. L. Wat Bok of. Inc., a a at for that state. 89 Warb Faaet Street prov Loehoe. R. L or. S. E. St uster a a m. A 9 p. M. Friday 6pwak4->9pial w9 Hope so me of by. Bratel Arpoika Tanta can a made at Elf us we foil a store. Y. M. A. Blade. W. We aver a son Bui Idi cont Ctm floor Sara Ciao Dodo. As Katoe at Jomac at Teaset be. M hich Strait Tak phom came. M. Wilbur undertaker and funeral director lady Asrie tent Whaen required Tete Alvone tonne option Opok sight and a at 46 Constitution st., Bristol Salto Nln it and Day promptly attended to Orrele plutae by Intel 4n Ulysse Porot m d. 1� st. War Rob la i. Eye ban. Noee Throat Vaiee Herret t-4 8-9 p. If. Tet Ephene wan i 99 expiry typist is Trine a. Mauro Al Honda of a pm in tier Woric Good Roc Tesora apply at plot Ems of Loco Robe it l Mckay Soj Cressor to estate of go w. Simmons in Derycker and funeral director u a Miami Street Tel Oeana. Nim sing association offices no. <19 Hope str but heart 8 the 9 a. 1 let t r a Tolop boy of 4s<j. Joss Oass or
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