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An Account of the Murder of Parmenas Jackson:
An Account of the Murder of Parmenas Jackson:
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The tory inhabitants, whether natives or refugees, were the constant dread of those on the other side, who had any thing to lose, or who had, by their patriotism, rendered themselves obnoxious to their despicable malice.

Even the…
REVOLUTIONARY INCIDENTS of QUEENS COUNTY

By Henry Onderdonk Jr.; 1846
REVOLUTIONARY INCIDENTS of QUEENS COUNTY By Henry Onderdonk Jr.; 1846
On the night of January 10, 1781, the family of Parmenas Jackson at Jerusalem were aroused by the entrance of John Degraw and 6 other soldiers, who shutting up the rest of the family, demanded of Mr. J. his money, and on his refusing to discover it,…

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