The remainder of his life was spent in retirement at his country home, Greystone, near Yonkers, New York, where he died on the 4th of August 1886.
The most important relic of its Etruscan period is the Porta dell' Arco, an archway of dark greystone, about 20 ft.
W.) Glenwood, where are the old Colgate Mansion and "Greystone," the former home of Samuel J.
prismatic linarite crystal 1.0 mm tall from the Greystone Lead Lode.
Reverend Neville Greystone was a young chap with a slight nervous stammer.
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