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1858 July 24 , Page 2 The Quincy Patriot
The crops in New England never promised better than at this season. Indian corn is in fine condition, of a dark green, and luxuriant, and quite as forward as usual. Potatoes are thrifty, and an abundant supply of fine quality is now daily coming into market. If the rot keeps off, the yield of this esculent will be very large.
1908 July 21, Page 1 Quincy Daily Ledger
Chief Burrell and his officers were on the trail Sunday for persons who had their places of business open contrary to law.
But few places were found open for business and these were at Houghs Neck and South Quincy and were promptly closed up.
Some of these were of parties who had been refused a license as a common victualler at the last meeting of the City Council, and others were of those who run grocery stores and had made no application. All of the places were ordered to close up which they did.
1933July 26, Page 1 Quincy Patriot Ledger
CLAM DIGGERS TO STAGE WILD FIGHT
INVASION OF FLATS IS SCHEDULED
North Shore Diggers Expected to Battle Local Men
FIGHT SCHEDULED TOMORROW MORNING
Sensational Fight Over Right to Dig Is Anticipated
One hundred horny-handed shell fishermen from Gloucester, Essex and Revere, armed with clam forks and whatnot, will invade the Adams Shore mud flats at seven o’clock tomorrow morning and will fight a pitched battle with one hundred Quincy clammers for the right to dig in local waters, according to plans announced today. Unless police interfere the proposed battle will probably be the most sensational bit of gang warfare ever staged in Quincy . . .
1958 July 21, Page 1 Quincy Patriot Ledger
Sleeping Child Thrown Into Driver’s Arms
PEMBROKE – In a movie-like scene, a sleeping 6-year-old Winchester boy was thrown from the back seat of an open-top 1913 Ford touring car and landed uninjured in the arms of the driver of a 1958 Austin-Healey convertible in a three-car collision here early last night.
Adding to the improbability, the boy’s father was also thrown from the Model T Ford and landed in the rumble seat of the Austin- Healey, suffering only minor injuries . . .
1983July 20, Page 1 The Patriot Ledger
At 97, Miss Liberty needs new torch, repairs
Patriot Ledger news services
NEW YORK – The Statue of Liberty needs a new torch and more than $20 million in other repairs, a team of American and French architects reports.
. . . The team’s study, delivered to the National Parks Service yesterday, identified 13 trouble spots for restoration work that will begin in September and take about two years to complete.
. . . “The statue symbolizes the country’s strength, and to have that arm fall down wouldn’t do anything to show that strength,” said New York architect Richard Seth Hayden . . .
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