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1) Fraunces, Samuel. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Fraunces, Samuel, (fronīsis) (KEY) , c.1722-95, American innkeeper, proprietor of the historic Fraunces Tavern in New York City. This building at the corner of Broad...

2) hotel. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...food and lodging (American plan). For many years $1.00 per day was the accepted price. Fraunces Tavern (1762; see under Fraunces, Samuel) and the City Hotel (1793)...

3) restaurant. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...England. The White Horse Tavern in Newport, R.I. (founded 1673), claims to be the oldest. Fraunces Tavern (see under Fraunces, Samuel) in New York was a famous meeting...

4) De Lancey. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...of the colonial assembly. His town house, built in 1719, was later sold to Samuel Fraunces, who made it a notable tavern in the Revolutionary period. It still stands,...

5) New York. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
...and restaurants; and Times Square, with its lights and theaters. Of historic interest are Fraunces Tavern (built 1719), where Washington said farewell to his officers...

6) New York, city, United States. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...and restaurants; and Times Square, with its lights and theaters. Of historic interest are Fraunces Tavern (built 1719), where Washington said farewell to his officers...

7) Rochambeau and the French in America. I. From Unpublished Documents. V. Jusserand, Jean Jules. 1916. With Americans of Past and Present Days
...be said of him. 14 Note 1. Specimens exhibited by the doctor s descendant in the Fraunces s Tavern Museum. [back] Note 2. In English in the original. [back] Note...

8) Rochambeau and the French in America. I. From Unpublished Documents. II. Jusserand, Jean Jules. 1916. With Americans of Past and Present Days
...United States, and some such hats, with black and white cockades, are still preserved at Fraunces Tavern, 2 New York. The intention of his Majesty, the general continues,...

9) XIII. Justice to the Boy. Riis, Jacob A. 1902. The Battle with the Slum
...boss who comes along to rob us. In all the land there is no more historic building than Fraunces Tavern, where Washington bade good-by to his officers; but though...

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