James Perley1

b. perhaps 1787
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 148.
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James Perley1

b. perhaps 1804
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 212.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 210.
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Jane Perley1

b. March 1, 1706/7
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  • Jane Perley was born on March 1, 1706/7, became demented, and on complaint of her relatives, the Judge of Probate ordered the selectmen of Ipswich to take charge of her, 20 Jun 1755. John Smith of Ipswich was appointed her guardian 23 Feb 1756; her estate was valued at £50 18s. 1¼d.1
  • She was the daughter of John Perley and Jane Dresser.1
  • Last Edited: 21 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 27.
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Jeremiah Perley1

b. 1677, d. June, 1758
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  • Jeremiah Perley was born in 1677.2
  • He was the son of John Perley and Mary Howlett.1
  • Mr. Perley covenanted with the church at Topsfield, at the age of twenty years, 2 Jun 1697, at the time of Rev. Mr. Capen's settlement. He became a resident of Boxford, and owned a part of the plain, called in the time of the Rebellion "Camp Stanton," besides land in other parts of the town. In 1714 he had an orchard near the residence of the late Wm. E. Killam, probably "Clough's Corner." By an old valuation list, much worn, its date being torn off, he was taxed for 2 heads or polls, 1 house, 2 acres orcharding, 17 acres mowing, 50 acres pasturing and 11 acres tillage. He was a constable in 1719, a moderator of town meetings in 1738 and 1739, a fence viewer in 1700, a field driver in 1703 and 1716, a surveyor of highways in 1705, 1710, 1711, 1736 and 1740, a tithing man in 1737, a trial juror in 1708 and 1723, a selectman in 1714, 1722 and 1733, and a treasurer in 1733 and 1735. The town "voted to Jeremiah Perley 17s 6d for getting the body of laws 21 Jan., 1711-2." He excelled in the military, was a brave and efficient officer. He began with corporal in 1716, attained to sergeant in 1720, was commissioned lieutenant in 1725, and accepted the captaincy in the spring of 1733-4.

    In the winter of 1724-5, he and his cousin Jacob joined in the famous expeditions of Capt. John Lovewell against the Indians. At this period the Indians were a source of great annoyance, anxiety, and at times of fearful mortality to the frontier settlers along the Merrimack river in Massachusetts, and the people were very much dissatisfied with the manner of prosecuting the Indian War. Accordingly, the heroic Capt. Lovewell and his brave associates memorialized the Legislature, presenting "that if said Company may be allowed five shillings per day in case they kil anney Indians and possess their scalps, they will employ in Indian Hunting one whole year, and if they do not within that time kill any, they are content to be allowed nothing for their time and trouble." The Legislature immediately granted their petition, only changing the compensation to a bounty of £100 for every scalp taken during the time. Three expeditions were made. In the dead of winter, upon snow-shoes over deep drifts and frozen bogs, they penetrated the dense forests around and in Conway and Fryburg, and did brave and bloody work for their lives and their homes. Among the various conflicts with the Indians of New England, none created a greater or more lasting sensation than Capt. Lovewell's, none took so strong a hold upon the feelings of the people, none became a more gratifying theme to the soldier, a more thrilling tale for the fireside, and none was more valorous nor more thoroughly embalmed in song. The Legislature in 1733 paid these volunteers, at their own request, in wild land in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The former is now Petersham, the latter Pembroke.3
    This is his signature to a receipt 29 Nov 1732
  • Jeremiah married Ruth Foster on April 16, 1702.2
  • Jeremiah married Alice Hazen on December 20, 1710.2
  • Jeremiah married Sarah Poor, daughter of Henry Poor and Abigail Hale, on November 10, 1741 in Newbury, Massachusetts, by Rev. Wm. Johnson.2
  • Capt. Perley "being sick" made his will 8 Oct 1756; it was proved 26 Jun 1758; the witnesses were Martha Butman, Moses Stickney and Thomas Perley; the executors were Daniel Black and Paul Pritchard. He made the following bequest: "I give to Sarah Black the wife of Daniel Black all my household goods that I had in my house at the decease of my second wife Alice (excepting a square table and two boxes) that are not already disposed of." He made bequests, among various others, to Hannan-Perley Pritchard, wife of Paul, and to Abigail-Perley Spofford, wife of William, and gave to the Boxford First Church £13 6s 8d.

    His family Bible, printed in London in 1716 by John Baskett, and bequeathed with the household goods to Mr. Black, had these records: "My sister Alice How died 19 July, 1746, in her 66th year. My wife Sarah died 9 June, 1746, in her 56th year. Capt. Jeremiah Perley died 16 June, 1758, betw. 3 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon. But a few hours before the same he walked abroad and sat and talked with some people at work.4
  • Last Edited: 6 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 13.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 23.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 23-24.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 24-25.
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Jeremiah Perley1

b. June 30, 1719, d. November 28, 1737
  • Last Edited: 27 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 22.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 20-22.
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Jeremiah Perley1

b. December 14, 1749, d. June 3, 1784
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  • Jeremiah Perley was born on December 14, 1749.2
  • He was the son of Moses Perley and Hannah Frye.1
  • Jeremiah married Eunice Foster on July 14, 1778.2
  • He assisted in raising a barn for Thomas Emerson, son of John of Topsfield, 3 Jun 1784, and a part of the frame giving way he fell to the ground, and his head striking a stone he received a fracture of the skull, of which he died in a few hours. His widow was appointed his administratrix 5 July, 1784.2
  • Jeremiah Perley was buried in Harmony Cemetery, East Boxford, Massachusetts, qwcenterwqIn Memory ofqwbrwqMqwsupwqrqw/supwq JeremiahqwbrwqPearley WhoqwbrwqDied June theqwbrwq4th l784 inqwbrwqthe 35th Yearqwbrwqof his Ageqw/centerwq.2
  • Last Edited: 24 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 61.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 62.
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Jeremiah Perley1

b. perhaps 1784
  • Father: Jacob Perley1 b. March 16, 1750/51, d. January 5, 1832
  • Mother: Dolly Wood1 b. October 14, 1752, d. January 30, 1825
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  • Jeremiah Perley was born perhaps 1784.
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley and Dolly Wood.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 151.
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Jeremiah Perley1

b. December 11, 1796, d. February 9, 1882
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  • Jeremiah Perley was born on December 11, 1796, and was never married.1
  • He was the son of Nathan Perley and Ruth Gould.1
  • As of 1880, Jeremiah Perley lived at Boxford, Massachusetts, along with Lucy Ann Perley and Sarah Peabody Perley Lucy and Sarah, sisters, were third cousins once removed of Jeremiah. His mind had been wrecked for several years. A few moments' conversation, however, would hardly betray his real mental condition.1
  • Jeremiah died on February 9, 1882 at age 85.1
  • Last Edited: 7 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 154.
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Jesse Perley1

b. June 23, 1761, d. April 18, 1846
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  • Jesse Perley was born on June 23, 1761.2
  • He was the son of Nathaniel Perley and Mehitable Perley.1
  • Jesse married Widow Elizabeth Moulton on June 10, 1788.2
  • He owned the farm on the road from the Boxford railroad station to Topsfield, later the property of Joseph H. Janes.

    He cared little for office, though abundantly qualified to exercise it. A barrier to an easy official service was the long distance of his home from the town center. He was a surveyor of highways 1796, 1808, 1813, 1816, 1819, and was a member of the school board of 1805. His farm grew well under his skill and diligence. He built a house in 1790, still standing in 1906.2
  • Jesse died on April 18, 1846 at age 84.2
  • He and Widow Elizabeth Moulton were buried in Harmony Cemetery, East Boxford, Massachusetts.2
  • Last Edited: 14 Sep 2009

Family: Widow Elizabeth Moulton b. 1751 or 1752, d. March 9, 1840

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 73.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 172.
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Jesse Perley1

b. perhaps 1794
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 172.
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John Perley1

b. October 2, 1768
  • Last Edited: 3 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. Robert Safford Hale, Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Hale of Watton, England, and of Newbury, Mass., , at https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofdesce00hale . Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, printers, (1889) , p. 223.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 128.
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John Perley1

b. 1636, d. December 15, 1729
  • Reference: 3846a
  • John Perley was born in 1636 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Allen Perley and Susanna Bokesen, or Bokenson.1
  • As of from 1657 to 1658, John Perley lived at Topsfield, Massachusetts.3
  • John married Mary Howlett about 1661.2
  • As of from 1668 to 1669, John Perley lived at Ipswich, Massachusetts.3
  • As of 1670, John Perley lived at Rowley, Massachusetts, "beyond Bachelours brook," according to his father's will.3
  • As of 1677, John Perley lived at Newbury, Massachusetts.3
  • In 1683, John Perley moved to Boxford, Massachusetts. "John Pearly, Boxford," was made freeman "22 March, 1689-90," and "John Pearly, Boxford, October, 1690," which is probably the completion of the preceding record.3
  • It is supposed that he built the house that stood over the cellar that, in 1906, was still visible in the pasture then belonging to Benj. S. Barnes, Esq., and near the "great meadow," and in which his great-grandson Nathaniel is said to have been born. Previous to 1683, he owned a considerable part of "the great meadows." He sold two acres of them, 19 Feb., 1684, to Daniel Wood, of Boxford, for £3 5s. in silver, "called ye great meadow in sd. Rowley bounds, which lyes upon the southwest side of James Dickinson's meadow, it being twenty rods long and sixteen rods broad, the southwest end joyning on or bounded by the upland." The deed is signed by John and Mary Perley. He sold, 26 Sep 1684, to John Hovey, Sr., of Topsfield, four acres of meadow, lying in the "great meadows," and bounded as follows: "Ye North End cutting upon a brook & on ye East side Samuel Pearlyes Line and cutting Southward upon ye upland, both ends of an equal breadth, to the extent and quantity of four acres with a straight line on the west side." He sold to Daniel Wood of Boxford, 7 Jan., 1683, for a yoke of oxen, "a parcel of upland, lying in Boxford bounded on the Northwest by Daniel Woods, on the Northwest corner by young black oak tree, wh'h is the corner bounds between John Perley, Daniel Wood & Thomas Hazen; thence on a straight line Southeast to a stake and stones; thence Southwest to the Andover road, so bounded by the Andover road to the said Daniel Woods land, above mentioned, being ten acres more or less." In 1687, he was taxed for two heads or polls, and the items in the assessors' inventory of his property were: 1 house, 12 acres land, 2 pr. oxen, 2 horses, 5 cows, 2 young cattle, 7 sheep, 5 swine.

    Mr. Perley was a carpenter and housewright by trade. The First Church meeting-house in Boxford was built largely under his supervision, he being on most of the committees relating to it; and he exercised his skill and labor in its construction. He was on a committee to consult about building the first corn-mill in Bradford, which was located on Johnson's creek. He was chosen on a committee to lay out "necessary" roads, in Boxford, in 1686, the year following the town's incorporation. He was chosen, 19 Aug., 1687, and also the year following, a "commissioner" to aid the selectmen in assessing the taxes. Himself, his brother Thomas and Thomas Andrew were a committee to consult with the town of Rowley, sometime during the winter of 1689-90, about the bounds between the two towns; and he and others were a committee to perambulate the line, the next April. He was a representative to the General Court, for the quarterly sessions, beginning 12 Feb 1690, and 3 Feb 1691. He was selectman in 1691, 1695 and 1700, and at other times filled other offices of important trust. He was one of the committee who received the deed of the town from the Indians in 1701-2. He was chosen ensign in the militia in 1689.

    He and his wife were members of the Topsfield church, and his family attended that service, till their dismission, 4 Oct 1702, to form a church and society in their own town. His name is seldom mentioned in the town records after his seventieth year. It is not found in the tax-list after 1721. He was then near eighty-five years of age; his wife had died three years before. He divided real estate to his grandson John Perley, of Boxford, and his son Jeremiah Perley, who had buildings, etc., on Christmas—a Christmas gift—1728; and since no settlement of his estate is found recorded, it is probable that he divided all his property among his children, and gave himself into their care, freed from anxiety and toil.4
    This is a signature on a petition to the General Court', 1696, State Archives 70: 285, of the officers of the Essex Middle Regiment and Salisbury Company. He, then, was an officer of the regiment. They wanted paid watchers for marauding Indians along the Merrimack river, while the farmers did their harvesting. Those men, in pairs, were to cover certain portions of the river, and immediately upon discovering a predatory band were to give an alarm to every near-by village and farm. Thus the harvesters would have comparative security.
  • John died on December 15, 1729 in Boxford, Massachusetts.2
  • He was buried in Harmony Cemetery, East Boxford, Massachusetts, where his tombstone reads:

    HERE LYES BURIED
    THE BODY OF Mr
    IOHN PERLEY WHo
    DIED DEcEmBER ye 15
    1729 & IN the
    94 YEaR OF HIS AGE.5
    Photograph by Picasa 2.7
  • Last Edited: 10 Dec 2021

Family: Mary Howlett b. 1642, d. October 21, 1718

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 7.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 10.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 11.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 10-12.
  5. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 12.
  6. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 13.
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John Perley1

b. about 1665, d. after 1729
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • John Perley was born about 1665.2
  • He was the son of John Perley and Mary Howlett.1
  • There was a John Perley, of Newbury, 2 Apr 1677, 23 Dec 1680, and 19 Sep 1678, when a committee was chosen "to view John Perley pposition [to teach school] and bring report to the Towne." There was a John Perley in Rowley Village (Boxford) 7 Jan 1683; in Rowley, 19 Feb, 31 Mar and 26 Sep, 1684; in Boxford, 4 Sep 1685, 7 May 1690, 25 Mar 1691, 4 Feb 1698, and 3 Nov 1686, "Mr. John Perley" agreed with the town of Beverly, "for a schoole-master from thence unto one whole year," at a salary of twenty pounds "in pay," or ten pounds in money for the year. He taught ten months, and was, upon his request, granted release, "provided said Pearly doo abate proportionally his stipend or wages." It is likely that John, senior, was a school master in his younger years and that the son followed the profession through life.2
  • He probably died after 1729.2
  • Last Edited: 21 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 12.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 13.
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John Perley1

b. September 28, 1669, d. May 2, 1725
  • Reference: 3846bc
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  • John Perley was born on September 28, 1669 in Essex, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Samuel Perley and Ruth Trumble.1
  • John married Jane Dresser on July 13, 1698 in Rowley, Massachusetts.2
  • John Perley lived at West Ipswich, Massachusetts, with his parents, and 14 Jan 1714, his father deeded to him "the house I now live in," the barn and half of all his lands. Francis Young, bricklayer, his wife Rebecca, John Chapman, son of said Rebecca, and his wife Elizabeth, all of Ipswich, 14 Nov 1702, conveyed to him for £8, three acres of marsh lying in Ipswich.—Deeds Registry, 15 : 223. He and his family attended church at Topsfield, where he was admitted to full communion 27 Jun 1703, and where his children were baptised.2
  • John died on May 2, 1725 in Ipswich, Massachusetts, at age 55. His widow and son Jonathan were executors. His real estate was valued at £1350 and his personal at about £250. His pewter, an early mark of gentility, was valued at 77 shillings.2
    Only two days before his death he made his will, which was proved 30 May, the signature to which is here reproduced.
  • He gave the plot of ground for the old cemetery in Linebrook, and was the first buried there.2
  • Last Edited: 21 Aug 2009

Family: Jane Dresser b. perhaps 1671

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 15.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 27.
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John Perley1

b. February 13, 1696/97, d. June 23, 1700
  • Last Edited: 27 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 22.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 20-22.
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John Perley1

b. September 10, 1707
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  • John Perley was born on September 10, 1707.1
  • He was the son of Isaac Perley and Frances (?)1
  • Last Edited: 31 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 23.
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John Perley1

b. March 15, 1701/2, d. before 1725
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  • John Perley was baptized on March 15, 1701/2.1
  • He was the son of John Perley and Jane Dresser.1
  • He probably died before 1725, since he is not mentioned in his father's will.1
  • Last Edited: 21 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 27.
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