3 edition of A discourse, on occasion of the death of General George Washington found in the catalog.
A discourse, on occasion of the death of General George Washington
|Other titles||Mr. Bowers" discourse|
|Statement||by James Bowers|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 7069|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||87372990|
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Published by request of the wardens and vestry of the Episcopal parish in said town. Get this from a library. A discourse, delivered on occasion of the death of George Washington: late president, general, and commander in chief of the forces of the United States of America, in compliance with the request of the mayor, aldermen, and common-council of the Borough of Elizabeth, Decem Also, sketches of a running discourse, delivered to the Union Brigade, on the.
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Discourse, delivered on occasion of the death of George Washington, late president, general, and commander in chief of the forces of the United States of America, in compliance with the request of the mayor, aldermen, and Common-council of the borough of Elizabeth, Decem New-York: Printed by G.F.
Hopkins, (DLC) George Washington was a slaveowner and Founding Father of the United States who became uneasy with the institution of slavery but provided for the emancipation of his slaves only after his death. Slavery was ingrained in the economic and social fabric of colonial Virginia, and Washington inherited his first ten slaves at the age of eleven on the death of his father in The first letters of each line of the second Ode, an Acrostic, form 'George Washington.' Evans Stillwell NAIP w Tuckerman, Joseph: A FUNERAL ORATION.
OCCASIONED BY THE DEATH OF GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. WRITTEN AT THE REQUEST OF THE BOSTON MECHANIC ASSOCIATION, AND DELIVERED BEFORE THEM, ON THE 22D OF FEB. A discourse on occasion of the death of General George Washington delivered in St.
Ann's Church, Pittston, on Saturday, 22d February, / by: Bowers, James, d. Published: (). At the stated meeting held on Jan. 7,the death of our worthy and illustrious brother, General Washington, was duly announced by Wor.
Bro. Phinney, when, after reading and adopting certain resolutions passed by the Most Worshipful grand Lodge of the State of new York on this mournful occasion, it was unanimously. An eulogy on General George Washington who died on the 14th of Dec., pronounced at Dorchester, Feb.
22,it being the day recommended by Congress for the national lamentation of his death / by: Everett, Oliver, Published: (). George Washington's Rules of Civility Through military campaigns, diplomatic ventures and presidential politics, George Washington was guided by.
Washington, George, George Washington: a collection. Based almost entirely on materials reproduced from: The writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources, / John C. Fitzpatrick, editor. Bibliography: p. Includes index. A discourse, on the occasion of the death of William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States: delivered at Roxbury, April 16th, / (Boston: W.
Crosby and Co., ), by George Putnam (page images at HathiTrust). This bibliography of George Washington is a selected list of written and published works about George Washington (–). Google Scholar lists over scholarly books and articles with his name in the title.
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A discourse on the lives and characters of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams who both died on the fourth of July, delivered, at the request of the citizens of Washington, in the Hall of Representatives of the United States, on the nineteenth October, / by: Wirt, William, Published: ().
The majesty and mortality of created gods illustrated and improved a funeral discourse, delivered at North-Haven, Decemon the death of General George Washington, who died Decem / by: Trumbull, Benjamin, Published: (). A fruf an die Deutschen Wähler: General Harrison's Leben und Wirken by Franz J.
Grund () Discourse, on the Occasion of the Death of William Henry Harrison by Lyman Sperry () John Tyler: A President of Many Firsts by Jane C.
Walker () John Tyler: A. Richard Brookhiser, Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington (New York: Simon & Schuster Inc., ) pp. By age sixteen, Washington had copied out by hand, Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior in Company and are based on a set of rules composed by French Jesuits in Presumably they were copied out as part of an exercise in penmanship assigned by.
InGen. George Washington and his troops faced British and Hessian soldiers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He issued a firm order that no matter how barbaric enemy armies might be, he would. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: A discourse on the life and character of Rev.
Jason Whitman delivered in the First Congregational Church in Lexington, Feb. 27, /.George Washington wrote out a copy of the Rules of Civility in his school book when he was about years old. Vote for your favorite or comment on which Rule you think is still relevant today. These maxims originated in the late sixteenth century in France and were popularly circulated during Washington's time.Six Historic Americans George Washington by John E.
Remsburg. During the presidential campaign ofthe Christian Union made the startling admission that, of the nineteen men who, up to that time, had held the office of President of the United States, not one, with the Possible exception of Washington, had ever been a member of a Christian church.