|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
Get this from a library! An oration delivered at Jerico, July 4, . [Cornelius P Van Ness]. Internally good. Includes, under its own title page, John Ryland, A Sermon Delivered at the Baptist Meeting House Birmingham, on Oct. 20, Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Samuel Pearce . To which is prefixed, an Oration Delivered at the Grave, Oct. 16, , by the Rev. J. Brewer. Newark: W. Tuttle, Get this from a library! An oration, delivered on the 4th July, , in commemoration of American independence: before the Independent Greens and German Fusileers of Charleston, S.C.. [Benjamin A Markley; Independent Greens.; German Fusilier Society (Charleston, S.C.)]. The Harveian Oration is a yearly lecture held at the Royal College of Physicians of was instituted in by William Harvey, discoverer of the systemic made financial provision for the college to hold an annual feast on St. Luke's Day (18 October) at which an oration would be delivered in Latin to praise the college's benefactors and to exhort the Fellows and.
A chronology of key events in the life of Abraham Lincoln (), lawyer, representative from Illinois, and sixteenth president of the United States. For a more detailed chronology, consult The Lincoln Log External or the three-volume Lincoln Day by Day: A Chronology, , edited by Earl Schenck Miers (Washington, D.C., ) and available online through HathiTrust External. Barlow’s sugary answer, dated 13 Sept. , was published as the pamphlet Letter to Henry Gregoire in reply to his letter on The Columbiad (Washington, ). Grégoire’s book was De la Littérature des Nègres (Paris, ; Sowerby, description begins E. Millicent Sowerby, comp., Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson, Date Place Speech 16 October: Munich: Hofbräukeller - Hitler's first arranged public speech. He had joined the German Workers' Party (aka the brownshirts) the previous month. attended.: 13 November: Munich: Eberlbrau - Hitler's second public speech - hecklers were violently ejected. . The West-its destiny and its duty: speech delivered by William H. Seward (Septem ) -- Governor Seward's remarks on his reception at Madison (Septem ) -- Senator Seward's western tour: speech by William H. Seward (October 3, ) -- The irrepressible conflict reaffirmed -- On the Missouri border -- Interview with Mr.
Includes notes (p. , ) Addresses, inaugurals, letters: To the people of Sangamon, March 9, -- Before Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Janu -- At the Second Presbyterian Church, Springfield, Illinois, December, -- In reply to Stephen A. Douglas, delivered at Peoria, Illinois, Octo -- From a letter to Joshua F. Speed, Aug -- From a. An oration, delivered on the 19 of May, , at the meeting of the manufacturers and mechanics of the City of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Printed by Order of the Committee, Philadelphia: Printed by Order of the Committee, On Nov. 19, , President Abraham Lincoln delivered his historic Gettysburg Address at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Pennsylvania. Octo The following extracts are taken from various speeches of mine delivered at various times and places; and I believe the[y] contain the substance of all I have ever said about ``negro equality'' The first three are from my answer to Judge Douglas, Oct. 16, at Peoria. The fourth extract is from a speech delivered June.