1 edition of discourse delivered at Quincy, October 19, 1811 found in the catalog.
discourse delivered at Quincy, October 19, 1811
|Statement||By Peter Whitney ...|
|LC Classifications||CT275.C848 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||17019619|
A discourse delivered in the First Congregational church in Holliston, Mass., on the day of the annual state fast, Ap , The by Tucker, J. T. (Joshua Thomas), available in print  Higher law tried by reason and authority, The by Spofford, Ainsworth Rand, available in print. A discourse commemorative of the Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter, D.D., LL.D.: late bishop of the Diocese of Pennsylvania: delivered before the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in St. Luke's Church, Philadelphia, October 19th, / (Philadelphia [Pa.]: McCalla & Stavely, Printers, ), by William Bacon Stevens (page images.
To which is added a "Centennial Discourse, delivered before the First Congregational Society in Chicopee, Septem by E. B. Clark, Pastor of the Church, which was organized Sept. 27, Also An Address, delivered at the opening of the Town Hall in Springfield, Ma containing Sketches of the Early History of that Town, and. A Discourse Delivered at the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Female Benevolent Society of Troy, N. Y., Feb. 14, (English) (as Author) Walker's Appeal, with a Brief Sketch of His Life And Also Garnet's Address to the Slaves of the United States of America (English) (as Author) Garrison, William Lloyd,
A discourse delivered in the West Church in Boston, Decem (), by Charles Lowell. A sermon, preached in the West Church in Boston, January 2, ; being a quarter of a century from the settlement of the present minister (), by Charles Lowell.  Discourse before the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennslyvania: delivered Octo , in St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, A by Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts), available in print.
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A discourse, delivered at Quincy, Octoat the interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who died Octo and of Mrs. Mary Cranch, his wife, who died Octo / by: Whitney, Peter, Published: (). Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: A discourse delivered at Quincy Octoat the interment of the Hon.
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Mary Cranch, his wife, who died Octo [Peter Whitney]. Author of A Discourse Delivered at Quincy Octoat the Interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, Who Died OctoA sermon delivered on the Lord's Day succeeding the interment of Madam Abigail Adams, consort of the Hon.
John Adams, late President of the United States, November 1,1811 book The 1811 book of the County of Worcester, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts5/5(1).
A discourse delivered in Quincy, Maat the interment of John Quincy Adams, sixth president of the United States by Lunt, William P. (William Parsons), A discourse delivered at Quincy, Octoat the interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who died Octoand of Mrs.
Mary Cranch, his wife, who died Octo (Boston: Press of John Eliot, jun., ), by Peter Whitney (page images at HathiTrust). A Discourse Delivered at Quincy, Octo Peter Whitney — Funeral discourse delivered at Quincy At the Interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who Died Octoand of Mrs. Mary Cranch, His Wife, who Died Octo Excerpt from A Discourse on the Life and Character of John Quincy Adams Delivered in the Unitarian Church, Febru Believing that example has been set, and that life lived for the benefit of others, it will contribute to our happiness to be, in howsoever humble a way, the medium of propagating such views and reﬂections as are combined in your : $ Also available in digital form.
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A Discourse Delivered at Plymouth, Decemat the Anniversary A Discourse Delivered: $ A Sermon Delivered at Fredericksburg, October 29 At the Installation A Sermon Delivered: $ Sermon at Delivered A the Installation.
Peter Whitney was an American actor in film and television. Born Peter King Engle in Long Branch, New Jersey, Whitney's corpulent, heavy build qualified him to play brutish villains in many Hollywood films in the s and s. "A discourse, delivered at Quincy, Octoat the interment of the Hon.
Richard Cranch, who died. Asterisk (*) denotes a "featured" version, which includes an introduction and annotation *Minutes and Discourse, 3–5 October History, –, volume C-1 [2 November –31 July ]. A discourse delivered in Quincy, Maat the interment of John Quincy Adams, sixth president of the United States by Lunt, William P.
(William Parsons), Pages: A sermon, delivered at Lunenburg, March 4, [microform]: at the internment of the Rev. Zabdiel Adam On snow-shoes to the barren grounds [microform] / by Casper W.
Whitney; A discourse, delivered at Quincy, Octoat the interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who die. Letter from John Quincy Adams to Josiah Quincy, May 21 ; June 4; St. Petersburg. May Presents the proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Imperial Academy of Sciences), discusses publication exchange with Imperial Society of Natural History in Moscow.
June 4: Presents Russian minerals to the Academy on behalf of. A Discourse Delivered at the Universalist Meeting House in Boston: Augat the Re-Installation of the Rev.
Paul Dean as Junior Pastor of the Church and Society, who Statedly Worship in that Place. Boston: J. BuckiinghamAuthor: Gloria Korsman. John Adams was born on Octo (OctoOld Style, Julian calendar) to John Adams Sr. and Susanna had two younger brothers, Peter and Elihu.
Adams was born on the family farm in Braintree, Massachusetts. His mother was from a leading medical family of present-day Brookline, father was a deacon in the Congregational Church, a farmer, a Preceded by: George Washington.
The Duties of Freemasonry Illustrated and Enforced in a Discourse, delivered at Chelmsford, (Massachusetts) at the Consecration of Pentucket Lodge, Octo A.
–A.L. Boston: Russell & Cutler, A Discourse Delivered at the Request of the New York Historical Society the 30th of April.
A Letter from the Hon. John Quincy Adams to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis. Boston, Sag-Harbor, London, Newburyport, Northampton, Philadelphia, Salem,etc., Baltimore.
Review of a Discourse, Delivered in the North Church, Newburyport, on the Last Evening of the Yearby L. F. Dimmick, Pastor of the Church REVIEW OF A DISCOURSE, DELIVERED IN THE NORTH CHURCH, NEWBURYPORT, ON THE LAST EVENING OF THE YEARBY L.
F. DIMMICK, PASTOR OF THE CHURCH. BY WILLIAM MILLER, LOW HAMPTON, NEW YORK. BOSTON.Abstract: The Fourth of July Orations Collection contains speeches, orations, and addresses on American Independence, July 4th by many individuals from various places from to Some of the recurring themes include the birth of the American institutions and the passing of the Revolutionary generation; strident party factionalism of the Jefferson and Jackson era; education, religion.
a discourse occasioned by the death oe john quincy adams. DELIVERED AT THE MELODEON, IN BOSTON, MARCH 5, Within a few days one of the most distinguished statesmen of the age has passed away; a man who has long been before the public, familiarly known in the new world and the old.