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An oration, pronounced at Worcester, on the anniversary of American independence; July 4, 1797

Oliver Fiske

An oration, pronounced at Worcester, on the anniversary of American independence; July 4, 1797

By Dr. Oliver Fiske.

by Oliver Fiske

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Published by by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Sold by him at his bookstore, sign of Johnson"s Head in Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts .
Written in English


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Pagination15,[1]p.
Number of Pages15
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Open LibraryOL22409494M

  John Adams, Jr. (Octo – July 4, ) was the second President of the United States (–). He also served as America’s first Vice President (–). He was defeated for re-election in the “Revolution of ” by Thomas was also the first President to reside in the newly built White House in Washington, D.C., which was . As the 50th anniversary of independence approached, a new generation sought out connections to our nation’s founding. Manuscript Journal and . rare books, pamphlets, and printed ephemera, Official letters of the military and naval officers of the United States, during the war with Great Britain in the years , 13, 14, & 15, with some additional letters and documents elucidating the history of that period / .


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Publication date Topics Fourth of July orations. [from old catalog] Publisher Worcester: Printed by Henry Rogers Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsorPages: An oration, pronounced at Worcester, (Mass.) on the thirty-sixth anniversary of American independence, July 4, by: Blake, Francis, Published: () An oration, pronounced at Lexington, Mass., in commemoration of the independence of the United States of America, and the restoration of peace 4th of July, / by: Austin, James.

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Oration at Hanover, N.H. July 4, Source: Shewmaker, COUNTRYMEN, BRETHREN, AND FATHERS, We are now assembled to celebrate an anniversary, ever to be held in dear remembrance by the sons of freedom.

Nothing less than the birth of a nation, nothing less than the emancipation of three millions of people, from the degrading chains of. An oration, pronounced July 4,at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence by Francis Calley Gray () An oration, pronounced July 4,at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of Francis Calley Gray.

An oration, spoken at Hartford, in the state of Connecticut, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4th, [electronic resource]: / By Theodore Dwight Printed by Hudson and Goodwin Hartford Australian/Harvard Citation.

Dwight, Theodore. Webster, Daniel, An oration, pronounced at Hanover, New-Hampshire, the 4th day of July, ; being the twenty-fourth anniversary of American independence. / By Daniel Webster, member of the junior class, Dartmouth University.

A July Fourth Oration ()-celebarates equality-paints america as a catalyst for revolutions across europe-harshly criticizes slavery - as against declaration of independence Chapter 4: Voices of Freedom 14 Terms. Rosemary_Cortez. Voices of Freedom Chapter 1 6 Terms. epwitt. an oration, in commemoration of the independence of the united states of north-america, delivered july 4,at the reformed calvinist church in philadelphia, by james campbell, esquire, to which is prefixed, an introductory prayer, delivered on the same occasion, by the rev.

william rogers, a. An oration, delivered at Pittstown, state of New-York, on the Fourth of July, [electronic resource]: the twenty eighth anniversary of American. David Ramsay’s The History of the American Revolution appeared induring an enthusiastic celebration of American nationhood.

“Nationhood,” moreover, was beginning to take on new cultural and intellectual connotations. The United States had declared its political independence more than a decade earlier, and a rising group of “cultural nationalists” was asserting that it.

XVII. Writers on American History, – Bibliography. Many of the writers mentioned here are treated in Bassett, John S., The Middle Group of American Historians, I. WRITERS WHOSE CHIEF INTEREST WAS THE REVOLUTION Drayton, John. Letters written during a Tour through the Northern and Eastern States of America.

Charleston, See Nos. 83–4 and – American Citizen. See Nos. 3, 21–2. Aristides. See Nos. 74–5. Articles. See No. Baldwin (Simeon). An / Oration / pronounced before the / Citizens of New Haven, / July 4th, ; / in commemoration of the / Declaration / of / Independence / and establishment of the Constitution / of the / United States of.

[] Oration delivered on the fourth of July, before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, An by Parsons, Theophilus, [] Speech of Wendell Phillips, Esq., at the anti-slavery celebration at Framingham, July 4, by Phillips, Wendell, Book Description: First published inThe Columbian Orator helped shape the American mind for the next half century, going through some 23 editions and totalingcopies in sales.

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Southwick, of Berlin, from the book of records of the Society of Friends, at Bolton. Also the following: Enoch Southwick and wife Mary moved from. Oration delivered before the municipal authorities and citizens of Providence: on the eighty-fifth anniversary of American Independence, July 4, () available in print.

Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), Mr. Calhoun's reply to Col. Benton. () available in print. The Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) holds the following collections related to the Lowell family papers: Anna Cabot Lowell diaries, Ms.

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An Oration, Pronounced at Concord, the Fourth of July, Being the Anniversary of the American Independence. Concord, MA: Nathaniel Coverly, Jovial Songster: Being a Number of the Most Celebrated–Love–and Sea Songs.

Charlestown, Mass: Printed & sold by J. White, Main-street,   Generally speaking, we would probably consider the celebrations "subdued" in comparison to our modern expectations.

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In woman suffrage pioneer Susan B. Anthony () donated her personal library to the Library of Congress. Adams and Jefferson. Daniel Webster delivered this speech at Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts on August 2,commemorating the lives and services of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, less than a month after both of them died on July 4,exactly fifty years after the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Retrieved from the book, Daniel Webster. Nationality of a people, its vital element: an oration, delivered in the New City Hall, before the city government, and citizens, of Portland, July 4,The by Dwight, William T.

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Brannan, John (comp.). An Oration, written at the request of the young men of Boston, and Delivered, July 17th,in commemoration of the dissolution of the Treaties, and consular convention, between France and the United States of America, by Thomas Paine (Boston, ).

An oration, pronounced July 4,at the request of the selectmen of the town of Boston: in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence. / By Dr. Thomas Danforth. ; [Six lines in Latin] Boston: Printed by Russell and Cutler., Massachusetts: Boston (Mass.). Convention () Report of the committee of the town.

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Almy & Brown Records. Accounts. Providence. Entries of accounts for Bristol Rhodes JCudge (Brown) J and Maand Primus Brown. Mss 29 Loose Vol. Almy. in an "Oration on the th Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims," in ; the " Boston Centennial Oration," 4 July, ; an address on unveiling the statue of Colonel Prescott on Bunker Hill, in ; and, in the same year, an oration on the hundredth anniversary of the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, delivered by invitation.

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Letter to Paul Revere and Grand Officers, Ap Draft of Letter to Grand Lodge of Massachusetts in reply to an address, April Draft of a reply to an address from the Grand Lodge of Maryland, November 8, The 5th of March continued to be celebrated for the above reasons, until the Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence was substituted in its place; and its orators were expected to honor the feelings and principles of the former as having given birth to the latter.

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