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|Statement||by James D. Knowles|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 18503|
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See also. "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" is the title now given to a speech by Frederick Douglass delivered on July 5,in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, New York, addressing the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society.
The speech is perhaps the most widely known of all of Frederick Douglass' writings save his autobiographies. Columbian College in the District of Columbia [Circular regarding financial condition] Washington, Imprint 2.
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Columbia (/ k ə ˈ l ʌ m b i ə /; kə-LUM-bee-ə) is the female personification of the United was also a historical name applied to the Americas and to the New association has given rise to the names of many American places, objects, institutions and companies; such as: Columbia University, the District of Columbia (U.S.
capital), "Hail, Columbia" (unofficial national. An oration, delivered in Newburyport, on the forty-fifth anniversary of American independence, July 4, Newburyport: Printed at the office of the Newburyport Herald, An oration, on the material growth and progress of the United States, delivered at Springfield, Mass., on the Fourth of July, Matthew Paul Deady ( – Ma ) was a politician and jurist in the Oregon Territory and the state of Oregon of the United States.
He served on the Oregon Supreme Court from toat which time he was appointed to the newly created federal court of the state. He served as a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Oregon Appointed by: James Buchanan.
SLADE, William, a Representative from Vermont; born in Cornwall, Vt., May 9, ; attended the public schools, and was graduated from Middlebury (Vt.) College in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Middlebury; engaged in editorial work; established and was the editor of the Columbian Patriot ; secretary of state of Vermont.
Oration delivered by the Hon. Caleb Cushing, of Massachusetts, before the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order, at Tammany Hall, on Monday, July 5th, New York: Pub.
by order of the Society, An oration, delivered in Newburyport, on the forty-fifth anniversary of American independence, July 4, An oration, delivered at Pittstown, state of New-York, on the Fourth of July, [electronic resource]: the twenty eighth anniversary of American independence Responsibility By the Rev.
Covell. Item Daniel Tompkins (A.B. ) College exercise book in mathematics and navigation, Columbia College, Request Item Item Resolution of the Faculty of Barnard College in recognition of Nicholas Murray Butler's 25th Anniversary of service as President of Columbia University, April Author Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication General Association of Connecticut.
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. [Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, MONDAY.
JULY 6, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BANKS. Three days of the last week were occupied in the House of Representatives by discussion and voles upon the question of extending the Charters of the Banks of the District of Columbia, the corporate existence of which was to have ternii-iiMed, by law, on the 4th of July, (Saturday.).
Address delivered at the Beneficent Congregational meeting-house, July 4, being the first temperance celebration of American independence, in Providence / (Providence: B. Cranston & Co., ), by Lucius M.
Sargent (page images at HathiTrust) Speech of John B. Gough at the reception meeting at Tremont Temple, Boston, Septem Richard H. Greene, “Columbia College Alumni Who Have Held Official Positions,” New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, 43 (July ), ; Sven Beckert, The Monied Metropolis: New York City and the Consolidation of the American Bourgeoisie (New York, ),; Allan Nevins and Milton H.
Thomas, ed. InWilliam Wilson was born into a minister's family in Wooler, Northumberland, a farming community in the Scottish borderlands. The third of four sons, William enrolled at the University of Glasgow intending for the ministry, and after receiving his bachelor's degree insucceeded his father, Alexander (), in the pulpit of the Scots Church in Wooler.
An oration delivered at the dedication of the soldiers’ monument in North Weymouth, Mass.: on Saturday, July 4, ; An oration delivered before the Newburyport Artillery Company upon their fifty-eighth anniversary, July 4th, An Oration Delivered Before the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order, Tailor's, Hibernian Provident, Columbian, Cordwainers, and George Clinton Societies, in the City of New-York, on the Fifth Day of July, by John Rodman; Published by Request of the General Committee of Arrangements.
Columbia College of Commerce, located at Louisiana Avenue, opposite the post office, was founded in May,by Mr. Urner, for fifteen years preceding that time an instructor in the Eastman Business University, of Poughkeepsie, New York. Address to the graduating class of the Law School of Columbia College: delivered at the request of the Trustees of the College, at the commencement, New York: Anson D.F.
Randolph. Legal Profession 20 p. ; 22 cm.; US Fiche: Clark, Gilbert J. (Gilbert John), b. Philip Sidney Post joined the District of Columbia SAR. His National number is and his D.C. Society number is Post was elected as a Republican to the Fiftieth Congress and to the four succeeding Congresses.
He served from March 4,until. An incident worthy of note in the history of Masonry in the District of Columbia is this: That during the anti-Masonic frenzy which swept over the country from toLorenzo Dow, ondelivered an address to the members of Lodge No.
5, in which he avowed himself a Mason, and gave some wholesome advice to the lodge. The first oration was delivered inby the Rev. Woodbridge, now of Hadley, and was well worthy of the occasion; An Alumni society was formed at Columbia College in the yearand at Rutgers College in There are also societies of this At Columbian College, D.C., the members of the Faculty are called after the names of.
An oration delivered before the Philadelphia Medical Society, pursuant to appointmentFeb. 15, ; An oration, delivered before, and published by the request of the Medical Faculty of Maryland, at their last biennial congress; Obituarydied in Boston, Maat the residence of his father, Dr.
Jackson, James Jackson, Jr. M.D. aged. Meigs, Charles D. Introductory lecture to a course on obstetrics, delivered in Jefferson medical college, November 4, Bedford, Gunning S. An address, introductory to a course of lectures delivered in Clinton Hall, New York, November 8, Bedford, Gunning S.
An Oration, delivered in St. Paul’s Church, on the Fourth of July, being the twenty-fourth anniversary of our Independence; before the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen, Tammany Society or Columbian Order, and other associations and citizens. By M. Davis of the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen.
The Republic of Great Columbia was established in a. See answers (1) Ask for details ; Follow Report Log in to add a comment Answer /5 6. kayah +6 taffyx2 and 6 others learned from this answer The answer is option A.
1 vote. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette Delivered at the Request of Both Houses of the Congress of The United States before Them, in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 31st of December, Cuyahoga Falls:. Barnes, Wm. S.; who has been District Attorney since Jan.,is the son of Gen.
Barnes; he was born in S. ingraduated from Harvard inprepared for the bar in Columbia Law College, and was admitted to practice in ; was united in marriage with a daughter of the bar leader, D. Delmas, in District of Columbia: Via media: a peaceful and permanent settlement of the slavery question: Willard, Emma, Washington: Henry Polkinhorn, District of Columbia: Speech of Hon.
J.J. Crittenden, of Kentucky, on the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia.: Delivered in the House of Representatives, Ap. Obituary addresses delivered on the occasion of the death of Zachary Taylor, president of the United States, in the Senate and House of Representatives, J with the funeral sermon by the Rev.
Smith Pyne preached in the presidential mansion, J BUCHANAN, GEORGE. "An Oration upon the Moral and Political Evil of Slavery". Delivered at a Public Meeting of the Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Relief of Free Negroes and others unlawfully held in Bondage.
Baltimore, July 4, (Baltimore, ) CATTO, WILLIAM T.Was a member of Lodge No. 14 at Wilmington (under Pa.), later dimitting to Lodge No. 33 at New Castle.
He was master of St. John's Lodge No. 2 under the Grand Lodge of Delaware. In Nov.,he delivered an oration before Union Lodge No. 5 (Del.) Was deputy grand master of the Grand Lodge of Delaware in