Samuel Jones

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Sam Jones - Military, Politics, Etc
... Sam Jones (Confederate Army officer) (1819–1887), Civil War Confederate Major General Samuel M ... Jones (1846–1904), American businessman and politician Sam H ... Jones (1897–1978), governor of Louisiana Sam Jones (mayor), mayor of Mobile, Alabama Samuel Jones (chancellor) (1769–1853), Chancellor of New York, 1826–1828 Samuel Porter ...
Samuel Jones (chancellor)
... Samuel Jones (May 26, 1769 in New York City – August 9, 1853 in Cold Spring Harbor, New York) was an American lawyer and politician ... He was the son of Samuel Jones (1734–1819) ...
Great Jones Street
... Great Jones Street is a street in New York City's NoHo district in Manhattan, essentially another name for 3rd Street between Broadway and the Bowery ... The street was named for Samuel Jones, a lawyer who became known as "The Father of The New York Bar," due to his work on revising New York State's statutes in 1789 ... Jones was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1796 to 1799, and also served as the state's first Comptroller ...
Samuel Jones - Sports
... Sam Jones (basketball) (born 1933), retired American professional basketball player Sam Jones (baseball) (1925–1971), known as "Toothpick Sam" Sam Jones (foot ...
Samuel Jones (composer) - Biography
... Samuel Jones, a native of Mississippi (b.1935), graduated from the Central High School in Jackson and received his undergraduate degree with highest honors at Millsaps ... Jones enjoyed his earliest success as a conductor, advancing through the ranks of smaller American orchestras to become music director of the Rochester Philharmonic ... Jones continued to serve as professor of composition and conducting after stepping down as dean, while serving as director of graduate studies ...

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    Romance, like the rabbit at the dog track, is the elusive, fake, and never attained reward which, for the benefit and amusement of our masters, keeps us running and thinking in safe circles.
    —Beverly Jones (b. 1927)

    Then he took his staff in his hand, and chose five smooth stones from the wadi, and put them in his shepherd s bag, in the pouch; his sling was in his hand, and he drew near to the Philistine.
    Bible: Hebrew, 1 Samuel 17:40.