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[Letter] To W.L. Garrison, Esq., Dear Sir

by William Lloyd Garrison

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Published in Boston, [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence,
  • Secession,
  • History,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Abolitionists

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWilliam Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)
    The Physical Object
    Format[manuscript]
    Pagination1 leaf (3 p.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25640898M

    LETTER OF W. L. MOORE TO INDIAN OFFICE JULY 2, OSBORNE, N. C., July 2, Mr. T. W. BELT, Washington, D. C. DEAR SIR: Answering your letter of 7th ultimo will say that the people in whose behalf we wrote are not the Eastern Cherokees, but the Croatan Indians. Therefore they receive nothing appropriated for the Cherokees. Letter to William Allen Esq. letter and bill regarding Allen's order of "four pipes of wine," the cost of which "comes extravagantly high but could not be helped." Order was shipped on "the Good Ship called the Industry" and to be delivered in Virginia. Madeira, England: 16 .

    " Dear Sir," Your most obed't serv*t," GEO. CLINTON." Brig. Gen. Gansevoort." But the controversy with the people of the Grants was suddenly interrupted, just at this juncture, though for a short period only, by the most formidable invasion of the Mohawk Valley which had taken place during the present year. To Alexander RANKIN, Esq., late Lt. P.B., N.B.R.A. - Sir: We the members of the Portland Battery of the New Brunswick Regiment of Artillery desire to express to you simply and sincerely our regret at your retiring from being an officer of the battery.

    The Professional and personal papers of Edwin Wolf, 2nd documents the professional, personal, and civic life of one of the country’s most eminent book scholars, and his diverse research interests in the libraries of many prominent historical figures (including Benjamin Franklin and James Logan), the Polock family, the Philadelphia. To My Dear Sir W[illiam] C. Ralston, Esq. Additional Note The request in Ralston's letter of the 12th was so in accord with the feelings of Mr. Cannon and those of his friends that immediate steps were taken to comply with it; meanwhile Mr. [] Y[] arrived and drew up the communication he thought would answer the purpose.


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The Harris letters which appear in this issue of the JAMES SPRUNT HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS represent, for the most part, a collection of the letters of Charles Wilson Harris (b.d. ) to his uncle, Dr. Charles Harris, and to his brother, Robert Wilson Harris.

GEORGE WASHINGTON Four years before he took command of American forces at Boston, the future President signs a receipt for the purchase of oyster shells Receipt signed in text: "George Washington", 1 page, 6½x2½.Matted and framed to an overall size of 13¼x20½. No place, July In a business dealing with an illiterate man, Washington writes his own name and also the name of the oyster.

Search Results. items found for search term Darrah, Hudson W., Sort by: Relevance | Date | Title. Such a jovial companion Sir Richard was, that his bungalow was the resort of the learned men of the place, amongst whom I noticed Major (afterwards General) Walter Scott, Lieutenant (and now General) Alfred De Lisle, Lieutenant Edward Dansey of Mooltan notoriety, Dr.

Stocks, [35] and many others, but who, with the exception of General De Lisle. Garrison's Constitution, Part 2 Paul Finkelman is the Chapman Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tulsa College of Law. He is the author of numerous books and articles including Slavery and the Founders: Race and Liberty in the Age of Jefferson (), Dred Scott v.

Dear Sir: On arriving here night before last I had the pleasure to receive from Mr. Richard Smith your two favors of the 15th and 20th of August, and Major Buell, with whom I have not been able to meet until this morning at breakfast, has shown me yours to him of the 4th inst.

which he was in the act of opening when I joined him, and from which. Preface signed: William Lloyd Garrison. Garrison was tried in Baltimore City Court for publishing an article charging Todd, a shipowner, with engaging in the slave-trade. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

LLRBR copy formerly shelved under: LAW Copy 1 LLRBR. vj21 Abbreviations and Short Titles. Am.: American. Arsenal: Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, Paris. Autobiog.: John Stuart Mill, Autobiography, ed. with an Introduction and Notes by Jack Stillinger (Boston, ) Bain, JSM: Alexander Bain, John Stuart Mill: A Criticism: With Personal Recollections, London, Bernard: Mountague Bernard, A Historical Account of the Neutrality of Great Britain during.

The letter itself is printed, from the copy addressed to Skippon, in Cary’s Memorials Edition: current; Page: [xiii] of the Civil War, i. and in the Lords Journals, ix. ; other versions, with slight verbal variations, are to be found in Prynne’s The Hypocrites Unmasking,and in the Book of Army Declarations, p.

My dear Sir,—I received yesterday your letter of the 24th. I shall with pleasure comply with your request of guaranteeing the £ You must, however, furnish me with the form of a letter to this effect, as I am completely ignorant of transactions of this nature. February --Anti-Apis --A Parable --Ode Written For the Celebration of the Introduction of the Cochituate Water Into the City of Boston --Lines Suggested By the Graves of Two English Soldiers on Concord Battle-Ground --To_ --Freedom --Bibliolatres --Beaver Brook --Kossuth --To Lamartine, --To John G.

Palfrey --To W.L. Garrison --On The. Álvarez, Pablo: Sacred Hands: An Exhibit Catalog of Manuscripts with Texts of the Three Abrahamic Faiths (Ann Arbor: Special Collections Library, University of Michigan, ), also by Evyn Kropf and A.

Verhoogt, illust. by Randal Stegmeyer (page images at HathiTrust) A. W.: A Book of Cookrye () (HTML at ); Abbot, W.

(William Wright), A Virginia Chronology. Since the initial publication of the "The Bloodied Mohawk" a plethora of new data has been collected. All reviews of the tome, with the exception of two - by the same critic, the first dated November of and the second written in August ofhave been r, his criticisms have led the author to carefully reexamine his own work, and after much consideration the author has.

On the completion of the present volume, the Author begs to observe, that owing to the great distance of the County of Cornwall from the Metropolis, its hilly surface, and other unforeseen circumstances, his endeavours have been greatly retarded; the great interest, however, which is attached to the county in a commercial point of view, much more its importance to the antiquarian and geologist.DEAR SIR: Some time ago, the novel idea was suggested to me by a friend, of writing a letter to the Journal concerning the movements, &c., of the Orange Blossoms; but, deeming myself incompetent to get up a letter that would interest my friends when there was nothing to write about but camp life, I have put it off till the present time.Garrison at once becomes the able constitutional lawyer.

The Hon. Robert Y. Hayne of Columbia, S. C., says the Liberator of October 29th,(through the medium of a letter), wishes to know of the Mayor of Boston, who sent a number of the Liberator to him, a few weeks ago.