3 edition of A discourse, delivered on occasion of the death of George Washington found in the catalog.
A discourse, delivered on occasion of the death of George Washington
by Printed by G.F. Hopkins, at Washington"s Head, no. 84 Maiden-Lane. in New-York
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 36868.|
|Contributions||Scoles, John, 1772?-1853.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, , 6-35, , p., 1 leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||35|
A discourse, delivered at New-Haven, Feb. 22, ; on the character of George Washington, esq. at the request of the citizens; by Dwight, Timothy, Publication date Topics Washington, George, Publisher New Haven, Printed by Thomas Green and son Collection. a discourse on the death of william henry harrison, late president of the united states; delivered before the two houses of the legislature of. the state of newyork, in st. peter's church, albany, on the 25th day of april, ; by the rev. horatio potter, d. d. rector of said church. ~~~~~ albany: printed by .
Watterson, George. A New Guide to Washington. Washington DC: Robert Farnham, 4. Cookman was a chaplain in the United States Senate and a well-known preacher in the national capital. On 29 December , Cookman reportedly preached against JS and the church, claiming falsely that he had interviewed JS the week before. George Washington is a mainstay of history books for fighting everything from the British Empire to a cherry tree, but his private battles may have been the fiercest. Tuberculosis. Malaria.
AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “In her form-shattering and myth-crushing examines myths with mirth, and writes history with humor [You Never Forget Your First] is an accessible look at a president who always finishes in the first ranks of our leaders.”—Boston Globe Alexis Coe takes a closer look at our first--and finds he is not quite the man . On Thursday, Decem , George Washington was out on horseback supervising farming activities from late morning until three in the afternoon. The weather shifted from light snow to hail and then to rain. Upon Washington's return it was suggested that .
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Delivered st Discourse December John A ed. $George Washington's farewell address is a letter written by President George Washington as a valedictory to "friends and fellow-citizens" after 20 years of public service to the United States.
He wrote it near the end of his second term of presidency before retiring to his home at Mount Vernon in Virginia. The letter was first published as The Address of Gen.
Washington to the People of.The notebook is a collection of notes covering JS’s July discourse and an undated meeting that appears to have been the October general conference of the church.
Coray maintained possession of the notebook until her death in