Artemas

Artemas

(är`tĭməs), companion of Paul, mentioned in his Letter to Titus.
References in classic literature ?
There was General Artemas Ward," replied Grandfather, "a lawyer by profession.
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He details the state government policy that led to the revolt, tax and debt collection in the 1780s, how the establishment of a republican form of government changed the boundaries of dissent and organized protest, the response of authorities like Judge Artemas Ward and Governor James Bowdoin, and implications for the state and the US.
When Daniel Shays' rebellion shook the commonwealth in 1787, a mob of angry farmers wielding pitchforks and guns and aiming to close the courts confronted Judge Artemas Ward on the courthouse steps.
com/site/tpiezas/011 (see number 12; accessed 30 September 2012), which reports the early twentieth-century work of Artemas Martin.
At Concord, for example, the British commander is "fat" and "inept," while patriot general Artemas Ward is "a big rugged man" (Although George Washington's devoted general Henry Knox was fat by any measure, Allen never describes him that way.
Yes, this enterprising cat had apparently dragged his prey past trail cams near Alex City, Artemas, Ava, Batavia, Coshocton, Dinwidde, Warren, and "Chet's Backyard.
The company wants to do extensive seismic testing that includes drilling and blasting to find out what land is suitable for part of its Artemas Gas Storage field project.
When Christopher and Molly learn of this, they go to the magician Artemas to devise a plan to lure Belthasar out of hiding.
Artemas gets to meet his hero Caesar, and is thrilled to be invited to stay on with him and fight, but Damon and his father, happily reunited after many years apart, make plans to return home to Alexandria.
This original American military document dated June 14th to June 16th, 1775, represents the direct orders of the Commanding General of the American Forces, General Artemas Ward, Commander of the American Continental and Patriot Militias at Cambridge, on the three days immediately prior to the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Artemas, a teenaged boy, who flaunted his faith in a pagan classroom.