4 edition of Oration delivered in Charlestown, in Virginia, on the fourth of July, 1805 found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E286 .C487 1808|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| pp. 20 cm.|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||02006611|
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Get this from a library. Oration delivered in Charlestown, in Virginia, on the Fourth of July, [Ferdinando Fairfax]. He also helped build a market house in Charles Town in The following year he attempted to found a weekly newspaper there but relinquished the project to another man.
Fairfax delivered the Fourth of July oration in Charles Town in and published it three years later in a seventy-three-page pamphlet.
Oration Delivered in Charlestown, in Virginia, On the Fourth of July, ; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc [from Old Catalog] Oration Delivered in Charlestown, in Virgi. "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" is the title now given to a speech by Frederick Douglass delivered on On the fourth of 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. An oration, delivered in Middlebury, at the celebration of the Fourth of July, A. [Samuel Swift [from old catalog]] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This reproduction was printed from a digital file created at the Library of Congress as part of an extensive scanning effort started with a generous donation from the Alfred P.
Sloan : Samuel Swift [from old catalog]. An Oration delivered on the Fourth of July,At the North Meeting House in Salem, Massachusetts, July 4, Note Salem, Mass: Printed by Joshua Cushing, An oration delivered July 4, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in celebration of the anniversary of American independence.
[Austin, Jonathan Loring] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An oration delivered July 4, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in celebration of the anniversary of American Author: Jonathan Loring Austin. Dorchester in, and an oration delivered on the fourth of July, by Everett, Edward, Publication date Topics Fourth of July orations, Dorchester (Boston, Mass.) -- History, Dorchester (Boston, Mass.) -- Centennial celebrations, etc, Boston (Mass.) -- Pages: Full text of "Dorchester in, and an oration delivered on the fourth of July, " See other formats.
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See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. An oration, delivered in St. Michael's Church, before the inhabitants of Charleston, South-Carolina, on the Fourth of July,in commemoration of the independence of the United States; by appointment of the American Revolution Society.
Published by request of that Society, and also, of the South-Carolina State Society of Cincinnati. 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. Everett, Edward, An oration, delivered at Pittstown, state of New-York, on the Fourth of July, [electronic resource]: the twenty eighth anniversary of American.
oration, delivered in corinthian hall, rochester, by frederick douglass, july 5th, by published request rochester: printed by lee, mann co., american. In Washington, President Fillmore assists in the laying of the "cornerstone of the new Capitol edifice" while Daniel Webster gives his last Fourth of July oration there; in Trappe, Pa., a monument to the memory of Francis R.
Shunk, late Governor of Pennsylvania, is unveiled and George W. Woodward presents an address there; Greenville, S.C. ——An Oration delivered on the Fourth of July,at Northampton, Mass. Northampton, ——Review of the Report of the Committee of Ways and Means relative to the United States Bank.
American Quarterly Review, March, Also separate, Philadelphia, ——The Bank of the United States. North American Review, April, Pamphlets An Oration Delivered March 5th, The Votes and Proceedings of the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston An Oration Delivered March 5th.
Copy of letters sent to Great-Britain, by His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, the Hon. Andrew Oliver, and several other persons. Collections at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond. Fairfax's publications include: "Plan for Liberating the Negroes within the United States," American Museum, or, Universal Magazine 8 (): – Oration Delivered in Charlestown, in Virginia, on the Fourth of July, ().
An index to sections of the Hugh Blair Grigsby,Papers, Mss1 G b. Author of An Address, Pronounced on the First Tuesday of March,An Address, Pronounced on the First Tuesday of March,and An Oration Delivered Before the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, on the Thirty-First Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America.
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, / (Washington, [D.C.]: Printed by Gales & Seaton, ), by William Wirt (page.Also, concerns a speech by Robert Barraud Taylor as candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates (p.
1), and a Fourth of July oration by John Singleton Millson (p. 28); Grigsby’s Letter by a South Carolinian (Norfolk, Shields and Ashburn, ) [p.
4] and his toast to James Madison (p. ); list of law books (p. 11); lawsuit of [?] Teevis v.4) Letter book, 26 July Marchfrigate Potomac. 5) Muster roll, 15 Augustfrigate Potomac. 6) Journal, 31 August Februaryfrigate Potomac. 7) LS dated 27 MayU.S.
Naval Academy, as President of the Board of Visitors. To General J. R. Hawley. Regarding examining the various departments at the Naval Academy.