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Morse

Samuel Finley Breese . 1791--1872, US inventor and painter. He invented the first electric telegraph and the Morse code
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Although he paid $20,000 for the parcel, which according to the Morse complaint had a fair market value of at least $180,000 and had once been for sale for $499,000, Mr.
The pending lawsuit over the sale of Morse Farm is not listed among permitted encumbrances or anywhere else in the mortgage document, even though the mortgage was obtained five months after the suit was filed.
Raffa came to the farm and offered to loan him $20,000 from his personal funds, secured by a mortgage on Morse Farm, in an attempt to prevent Randal Morse from doing business with his former employer, Southbridge Credit Union, or other lenders.
Marino of the firm Rousseau & Marino PC of Sturbridge, sent the documents to Randal Morse, who didn't receive them until two days before the plants for which the loan was needed were due to arrive.
The complaint states: "Raffa led Randy to expect a promissory note and mortgage agreement memorializing a $20,000 interest- and penalty-free loan from Raffa to Randy, secured by a $20,000 mortgage on Morse Farm.
18) Morse also counselled him to build up Yale's collection of works by Bliss Carman, as well as his own writings: "Have you many items by Carman?
In the third bulletin of The Canadian Collection at Harvard University (1945), Morse quoted from a memo forwarded to him by Babb, which noted that Yale had 7,831 subject cards pertaining to Canada in the library catalogue, including 4,680 general cards on Canada, and others specific to provinces and regions: "Quebec, 765; Ontario, 495; Nova Scotia, 360; British Columbia, 315; Manitoba, 180; Hudson's Bay and the Hudson's Bay Company, 180; New Brunswick, 180; Northwest Canada, 180; Alberta, 135; Saskatchewan, 112; the Maritime provinces, 112; Prince Edward Island, 70; and the Yukon and Northwest Territories, 67.
In March 1945 he wrote to Morse asking for his opinion of a 1688 edition of Saint-Vallier's Relation des Missions de la Nouvelle France that had been offered to Yale by the Rosenbach Company.
Morse made good on his promise to start a competition with Harvard a few days later, sending Babb cheques totalling $1,500 and some dramatic instructions:
Morse first mentioned the diary in a letter to Bernhard Knollenberg in 1941, telling him, "Sometime later I hope to turn over to you Rev.
Mabel Morse served as principal at Mountain Avenue Elementary from 1975 to 1994.
One thing you can say about education is it is never dull,'' said Mabel Morse, who vows to always stay involved in her field.