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East Greenwich

[gren-ich] /ˈgrɛn ɪtʃ/
noun
1.
a town in central Rhode Island.
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  • Connecticut proposed to fix the line at Coweset, the modern East Greenwich.

    A short history of Rhode Island George Washington Greene
  • This is particularly the case at East Greenwich, and throughout the States.

    Ladies on Horseback Nannie Lambert
  • East Greenwich was the first to open a subscription for her.

    A short history of Rhode Island George Washington Greene
  • The same premises to be holden of the manor of East Greenwich, in the county of Kent, by fealty in free forage.

  • The Council of East Greenwich fixed prices at that time at rates which seem purely arbitrary and are certainly incomprehensible.

    Women Wage-Earners Helen Campbell
  • In fact there are several good hills between Shannock and East Greenwich, all of which are designated on the map.

  • By a legal fiction, when the king granted land in America it was held as being in the manor of East Greenwich.

    The Colonies 1492-1750 Reuben Gold Thwaites
  • A convention met at East Greenwich and attempted to fix upon a maximum scale of prices for articles of consumption.

    A short history of Rhode Island George Washington Greene

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