[fan-l, -yuh l; formerly fuhn-l; spelling pronunciation fan-yoo-uh l]
- Peter,1700–43, American merchant: builder of Faneuil Hall.
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A grand banquet was given to him and his officers in Faneuil Hall.Twelve Naval Captains
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Mrs. Susanna Pemberton had not a drop of the Faneuil blood, in her veins.
Faneuil Hall, origin of:—burnt:—rebuilt and enlarged, 130, 131.
The 29th regiment camped on the Common and the 14th was quartered in Faneuil Hall.The Loyalists of Massachusetts
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Faneuil Hall could not contain the people that poured in on Monday.