3 edition of An oration, delivered at the celebration of American independence, in Stockbridge, July, 1795. found in the catalog.
An oration, delivered at the celebration of American independence, in Stockbridge, July, 1795.
|Statement||By Barnabas Bidwell, Esquire. ; Published at the request of the committee.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 28299.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21,  p.|
|Number of Pages||21|
Mar 07, · Having asserted their independence, and placed themselves secretly negotiated in London in the fall of and revealed to the public by Bache in July , 54 struck Republican partisans like a thunderclap Thompson’s speech was widely circulated; within two weeks of being delivered it was republished in The American Author: Adam Lebovitz. Indices to Mormon Parallels.
"A mastors lodge opened in due form and the brethren formed a procession and marched to a room where an Oration was delivered by Brother A. C. Whitney after the Oration the brethren proceeded to a bower prepared for the occasion and partook of a feast prepared by William Means and after the supper returned to the lodge room. Although he inherited the family home in Stockbridge, Arthur later sold it to his cousin Henry Dwight Sedgwick II. He died in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, on 14 July Catharine Maria Sedgwick () Born in Stockbridge on 28 December , Catherine was the sixth child of Theodore and Pamela Dwight Sedgwick.
The Annual Oration Before the Common Council and the Citizens of Monrovia, Liberia, July 26, [Boston]: The Massachusetts Colonization Society, The author, an African-American, took an A.B. at Queen's College, Cambridge, and became a Protestant Episcopal Missionary from the U.S. to Liberia. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] C A TAL O(UE OF BOOKS'~ Pamphlets Principally Relating AMERICA NY Page [unnumbered] Page 1 PREFATORY NOTE. A time-honored custom demands a formal introduction of every volume to its readers; and, in deference to its requirements, this volume is thus presented to the collectors of books for their examination.
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Dorchester in, and An oration delivered on the fourth of July,by Edward Everett. Also an account of the proceedings in Dorchester at the celebration of the day.
An oration, delivered at the celebration of American independence, at Stockbridge, July, Published at the request of the Committee, Printed at Stockbridge [Mass.] by Loring Andrews. American delivered at the celebration of American independence, an everlasting deliverance from British tyranny.
Source: American Political Writing During the Founding Era:ed. Charles S. Hyneman and Donald Lutz (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ). 2 vols. Volume 2. Chapter: A Selected List of Political Writings by Americans Between and A Selected List of Political Writings by Americans Between and The following bibliography is based upon a comprehensive reading of the.
Apr 18, · Dwight, Theodore, An Oration spoken at Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, on the anniversary of American Independence, July 24th, Hartford, Hartford, Edmond, David, An Oration delivered at Ridg[e]field on the Fourth of July,before a large concourse of people, assembled to commemorate their National Independence.
President of the Berkshire County Bible Society from its beginning in to this death in He was a member in Stockbridge the Congress of Deputies of Berkshire held at Stockbridge, July 6,a member of the convention which framed the Massachusetts Constitution in.
first editions of American Authors, being prepared by Mr. Livingston and printed at Mrs. Chamberlain's expense as a memorial The volume of is to her husband. more than a mere bibliography. Longfellow's books.
It is, in fact, Copious extracts have been made from the story letters (for the most part unpublished) and free access has been given to. An oration delivered on the occasion of the celebration of the d anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence, at Maplewood, Mass.
July 4, Milliken, D. (Daniel Lake), Mar 01, · Matthew Rainbow Hale, Regenerating the World: The French Revolution, Civic Festivals, and the Forging of Modern American Democracy, –, Journal of vol. VII, 81 (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University); Jonathan Maxcy, An Oration, delivered before the ” quotation, see New York American Minerva, July 8 Cited by: 1.
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At a meeting of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, holden at Litchfield, June 16th, Voted to approve the following regulations proposed by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, viz.
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Bosqui. delivered on the Fourth of July,at the celebration of American independence, in the city of Boston. Joel, An address delivered before the Association in Keene, for the Promotion of. Jan 22, · The Cambridge History of American Literature/Book II/Chapter V. From Wikisource An Oration Delivered in Stockbridge, July 4.
Ladies, A circular signed by you has just been handed me, proposing to abolitionists generally a withdraw of their co-operation from the American Anti-Slavery Society and the National Anti-Slavery Bazaar at Boston, on the allegation that the funds contributed to those societies for the abolition of slavery are expended for the propagation of.
Jan 23, · On July 17th,the poet, editor, and publicist, Robert Treat Paine Jr. delivered an oration at a meeting of the Committee of the Young Men of Boston.
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