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Dunmore,

borough (1990 pop. 15,403), Lackawanna co., NE Pa., an industrial suburb of Scranton; inc. 1783. Coal mining there has largely been replaced by clothing and textile manufacture.
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I remained with my family on Clench until the sixth of June,1774, when I and one Michael Stoner were solicited by Governor Dunmore, of Virginia, to go to the Falls of the Ohio, to conduct into the settlement a number of surveyors that had been sent thither by him some months before; this country having about this time drawn the attention of many adventurers.
Soon after I returned home, I was ordered to take the command of three garrisons during the campaign, which Governor Dunmore carried on against the Shawanese Indians: After the conclusion of which, the Militia was discharged from each garrrison, and I being relieved from my post, was solicited by a number of North-Carolina gentlemen, that were about purchasing the lands lying on the S.
Police found the gun after officers conducted a "high-risk" traffic stop on the car, which matched the description of a vehicle involved in a shooting about 30 minutes earlier, University of Oregon police officer Troy Phillips wrote in an affidavit supporting criminal charges against Dunmore.
Dunmore, from Saint Mary's Row in Moseley, claimed his business stored items for people unable to collect them in person.
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D&R Maintenance Solutions and managing director John Dunmore were prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive after the incident which occurred while solar panels were being fitted to the roof of a barn at Claverdon, Warwickshire, in February 2012.
DUNMORE Corporation, a supplier of engineered coated and laminated films, has collaborated with DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions.
THE old Dunmore Park stadium in Belfast was unique as far as greyhound tracks were concerned in Ireland.
The Crossing of Ingo, by Helen Dunmore, pounds 12.99hb (HarperCollins) FANS of the Ingo series will be thrilled to discover this, the fourth and final book in Helen Dunmore's enchanting quartet.
Dunmore (French, emeritus, Massey University, New Zealand), a distinguished historian and an expert in French Pacific exploration, brings the man and his era to life in this biography.
Hundreds of people turned out yesterday to pay homage to the six sea-farers from the South-East or who lost their lives and whose names have now been placed on the memorial wall in the harbour at Dunmore East.
NEXT TIME The delightful fishing village of Dunmore East