3 edition of An oration, on the death of George Washington found in the catalog.
An oration, on the death of George Washington
by Printed by Barber and Southwick, Faust"s Statue, State-Street. in Albany
Written in English
|Statement||By Peter W. Yates, Esq. Master of the Union Lodge. ; [Two lines in Latin]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39155|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, , 8-16 p.|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Untrimmed and partially unopened. In a half morocco clamshell case. Of the scores of funeral orations delivered on the occasion of George Washington's death, that of Henry Lee (the official oration delivered in Congress) is the most famous and memorable.
Reprinted many times in many versions, this is the first London printing of Lee's oration. Jul 02, · A souvenir certificate of the death and funeral of George Washington.
Library of Congress. Washington’s funeral was over. The ceremonial companies of military and Masons returned to Mount Vernon to take refreshments of cake and drink, and in a shirt time most everyone had left for their homes.
George Washington & Medicine. Student Name. Date Class Period. Transcript of “A funeral oration on the death of George Washington” The front page of a pamphlet entitled: “A funeral oration on the death of George Washington” by Major General Henry Lee. Funeral Oration on the. Death of General Washington.
Delivered, at the Request of. “first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen”: scarce first london edition, issued same year as the first, of lee’s funeral oration on the death of.
Page | 1 George Washington. A Funeral Oration on his Death HENRY LEE On December 14,at the age of 67, George Washington died at home in Mount Vernon of pneumonia, contracted a. An oration on the death of General George Washington: delivered at the request of the citizens of Castine, on the 22d February, A.D.
pursuant and the General Court of Massachusetts. [William Wetmore] on solstemcell.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Title: An oration on the death of General George Washington: delivered at the request of the citizens of CastineAuthor: William Wetmore. Nov 14, · This is a fascinating account from a renowned scholar about the death of George Washington.
Henriques' page book, packed with interesting information, is divided into the following chapters: Foreward Preface George Washington’s Final Retirement Washington’s Attitude Toward Death Washington’s Attitude Toward an Afterlife/5(3). 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. "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen": rare boston edition, issued same year the philadelphia edition, of henry lee's funeral oration on the death of washington (washington, george) lee, henry.
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A funeral oration, on the death of Gen. George Washington: prepared at the request of the Society of Cincinnati of the state of Delaware, and pronounced at Wilmington, on the 22d day of February, / by: Roche, Edward, Published: () A funeral oration, on. An oration, on the death of General George Washington, delivered at the request of the selectmen and parish committee before the inhabitants of Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on Saturday, Feb.
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That's right, all we need is the price of a paperback book to Pages: A Circular Letter, from His Excellency George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America: Addressed to the Governors of the Several States, on His Resigning the Command of the Army, and Retiring from Public Business.
In the name of God amen I George Washington of Mount Vernon—a citizen of the United States, and lately Pr es ident of the same, do make, ordai n and declare this Instrument; w hic h is written with my own hand an d every page thereof subscribed wit h my name, to.
George Washington Adams (April 12, – April 30, ) was an American attorney and politician. He was the eldest son of John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United solstemcell.com served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and on the Boston.
George Washington: Sermons & Orations. WASHINGTON, George. $ 5, Item Number: Boston: John Kneeland, Sammelband collection of thirteen sermons, orations and memorials addressed by some of the leading historical and clerical figures in mid-eighteenth century Boston, with particular focus on sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the first president of the United Price: $ Morris was one of the earliest of the constitutionalists who recognized that a “united states” would mean citizenship not of a state but of the union as a whole.
Here is his funeral oration for George Washington, addressed as “General,” reprinted on the occasion of Washington’s birthday. George Washington Parke Custis (April 30, – October 10, ) was a Virginia plantation owner, antiquarian, author, and playwright.
The grandson of Martha Washington and step-grandson and adopted son of George Washington, he and his sister Eleanor grew up at Mount Vernon and in the Washington presidential solstemcell.com: April 30,Rosaryville, Maryland. An oration, commemorative of the life and death of General George Washington [electronic resource]: delivered at Windham, (Connecticut,) on the 22d day of February,to the brethren of Moriah, and Eastern Star Lodges, and the citizens of the town of Windham, at their request, and pursuant to the proclamation of the president of the United.
Dec 14, · When George Washington passed away Napoleon Bonaparte gave a eulogy December 14, January 14, araho The first general mourning proclaimed in the United States came upon the death of Benjamin Franklin infollowed by the death of George Washington in Washington's Political Legacies; To Which is Annexed an Appendix, Containing an Account of His Illness, Death, and the National Tributes of Respect Paid to His Memory, With a Biographical Outline of His Life And Character (Boston: Printed for J.
Russell and J. West, ), by George Washington, contrib. by John Mascoll Williams (multiple.Jan 31, · Morris was one of the earliest of the constitutionalists who recognized that a “united states” would mean citizenship not of a state but of the union as a whole.
Here is his funeral oration for George Washington, addressed as “General,” reprinted on the occasion of Washington’s birthday. Source: Rare Books (OpenBook) Blog.