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                  , however, remained a staunch Congregationalist. In 1765 Hibbard moved to Lebanon, N.H., where he took up farming and over the next decade established a certain social prominence. He also began preaching and
                   
                  NASR, MACARIOS, Melkite priest and Basilian of the Holy Saviour; b. 25 Jan. 1831 in Zahleh (Zahlah, Lebanon
                  clerk. He then set up his own business at Lebanon, N.H., and established interests in northern New York State. He prospered by supplying lumber to the rapidly growing markets of Boston and New York City
                  Benoît-Joseph Flaget, first bishop of Louisville, Ky, he and several other Jesuits were sent in 1835 to open a college at Lebanon, Ky. That venture failed, and Point was sent to Louisiana where, under
                   
                   Aug. 1777 at Oriskany (near Rome, N.Y.). In 1764 his father sent Tekawiroñte to Moor’s Indian Charity School in Lebanon, Connecticut. Eleazar
                  PERLEY, Sir GEORGE HALSEY, businessman, philanthropist, politician, and diplomat; b. 12 Sept. 1857 in Lebanon, N.H., son
                   
                  in November 1776 a number of loyalists from Stamford, including Frederick, were removed to Lebanon, in the eastern part of the state. In April, after he had been allowed home, Frederick’s life was
                   
                  Reverend Eleazar Wheelock at Lebanon, Conn., he was ordained a Congregational minister on 29 April 1765, and with a fellow minister was immediately dispatched to the settlements of the Six
                  . E. C[lymer] Hill, A genealogy of the Hiester family (Lebanon, Pa, 1903
                  , progress, and present state of the Indian charity-school at Lebanon, in Connecticut (Boston, Mass., 1763
                  with two other Mohawk boys to the Reverend Eleazar Wheelock in Lebanon (Columbia), Conn., to be enrolled in Moor’s Indian Charity School. Wheelock referred to him as “being of a Family of
                  political skills of a high order, he had his first major diplomatic role in what are now Lebanon and Syria in 1860–61. As the British representative on an international commission, he showed great ability in
                  Lois, to Italy, Egypt, and the Holy Land. The results of this “vacation” were a stream of papers on the geology and anthropology of Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria, and a large volume entitled Modern
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