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Danville Bee Newspaper Archives Oct 9 1936, Page 7

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Bee, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1936, Danville, Virginia The Bee Danville Friday october 9 1936 history of huguenots7 move told Eggleston article showed third shipload of French refugees landed 236 i years ago Richmond oct Hundred and thirty six Genirs ago this month the third French refugees arrived in Virginia or j d Eggleston president of Hampden Sydney College recalled today in the first of a series of articles on the huge Jenot Abraham Michaux i and written for the Virginia Magazine of history and biography tha first of the articles will appear in the october Issue of published quarterly by the Virginia historical society in 3688 colonel William Byrd of landholder to presented to the Council of Trade and plantations proposals for the settlement of French refugees in Vir or Eggleston wrote the movement was encouraged by King the first shipload arrived in july 1700 and settled at Manakin Towne on the South Side of the James River about 18 Miles West of Rich mond where a Grant of acres had been provided the second snip arrived in september and the third in october of the same year but Many of these located in other parts of the Colony some came the area settled by the Huguenots was Long known As the worlds or Eggleston and quoted the following from the writings of Philip Alexander Bruce on the a Laval of the French refugees at Munak Antowne from the foundation of the Henrico Polis Farrar Island 1811 until the close of 1700 the country West of the Falls in the James where the or modern City of Richmond stands was known As the worlds end Here the Navi Gable Waters stopped and apparently no serious attempt was made to set the the waste of Woodland beyond in concentrated food pills no Here to stay Kansas City oct Ami alas he hard working Otise a left must give lip her dream of dispensing with a fou course meal by simply feeding Init by a concentrated food cant be done an authority said today the Calory Factor will necessitate continued operation of americas explained or Milton a Bridges assistant clan Lih professor of Medicine at Columbia University and Pletl tics authority Hurm beings never arc to eat pills for said or Bridges emphatically it is perfectly plausible to sup ply All the vitamins and minerals needed for a meal in Pill form but you cant get calories except by eating foods and youd live to eat the same we eat now to pet those added or Bridges til the Huguenots arrival at the end of the Century it was As if that wide reach of Forest lying Between the mountains and the Points in the great streams reached by the pulse of the Ocean tides wits haunted by dragons resentful of All intrusion into those dim and silent shades where they had dwelt or Eggleston related the history of the Huguenot movement and How it affected the Virginia Colony As Wen As other places throughout the and also described the Adverse conditions under which the refugees had to live for Many years at Man Akin towns in the genealogy he also sought to set straight Many of the traditions partly True and partly about the earlier generations of the Mich aus a representative Huguenot fam ily i Early closing we ask the consideration of our customers in shopping before 7 Oclock on saturday evenings so May permit our personnel to leave at that hour opening at 9 and closing at 7 makes our saturdays 10 hours Long will you not cooperate with us free parking at considerable expense we have established and arc maintaining a parking lot for the convenience of shop pers in our store a Deposit of 50c will be collected and tha amount refunded on presentation of parking ticket properly stamped this insures free parking r i k Wing revers of Lynx j Jaquins Pouch shawl in Fox Peter pan in Kolinsky bolster collars in Fox Saucer collars in persian furs pile High about neckline and Shoul Ders making the most casual Coats and suits important the smartest Coats and suits Are right Here Blacks greens wines Browns Greys casual sport Dressy Coats suits to butting Goat 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