3 edition of An oration, delivered at Woodstock, July 4, 1809 found in the catalog.
An oration, delivered at Woodstock, July 4, 1809
|Statement||by Titus Hutchinson.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 17792.|
|The Physical Object|
delivered in boston, july 4th, , at the request of the bunker-hill association. boston: j. belcher, 20 pages complete. lincoln, daniel waldo. an oration, pronounced at boston, on the fourth day of july, , before the "bunker-hill association" and in the presence . Listing for Samuel B. Arnold, Septem , in "Entrance Book," of Georgetown College. Manuscript volume for Page (College Archives, GUL) Arnold did preparatory studies at Georgetown for a time in the s. This memorandum notes Arnold entering the college along with his brother George. The brothers were from Baltimore.
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It is evident that he was a man of ability, for he is recorded as "Esq.", a title used to designate a man of local the July Fourth Celebration in , he read the Declaration of Independence and delivered "an appropriate and patriotic oration, which did honor to the orator and occasion," at the meeting house on the hill. A valedictory oration, delivered before the Polyhymnian Debating Society / by James S. Green, late president, and now honorary member of said Society. ; [Two lines from Horace] [Philadelphia: s.n.], Pennsylvania: Haines, Samuel, New-Year's gift: addressed to the patrons of the New- Hampshire patriot.
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