2 edition of Two letters written by a gentlemen [sic] to his friend in Kentucky found in the catalog.
Two letters written by a gentlemen [sic] to his friend in Kentucky
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 7397.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
These two letters (dated 8 January and 17 May ), written in fluent Spanish and addressed to Wenceslao de Villa Urrutia, discuss the supplies and funds needed for the road from Havana to Güines in the interior, as well as for an additional proposed road to . Admit, however the use of money to be worth 6 per cent. about 35 dollars will then amount in 18 years to 35 dollars of specie therefore is at this time equal to of paper; that is, the man who would exchange his specie for paper at this discount, and lock it in his desk for 18 years, would get 6 per Edition: current; Page:  cent.
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The second man was of a dark complexion, within, black beard and mustache, a large dark eye, a little taller than his companion. His voice is pleasant and full and his manner of action and speaking indicate that he is country bred. He road [sic] a sorrel horse with blaze face and two . Two letters from military gentlemen, inserted in the Fayette Missourian of the 27th ult. confirm the above, with the addition that a company of 50 men, under Capt. Bogard, ordered out not long since for the protection of Ray county, had been cut to pieces by a Mormon detachment, nearly strong, three or four only succeeding in making their.
Two letters written by a gentlemen [sic] to his friend in Kentucky: containing a few remarks, tending to develop the causes which gave rise to the late division in the Synod of Kentucky: together with some strictures on the apology of the Springfield Presbytery.
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The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Gilbert Burnet (Burnet, Gilbert, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time, With the Suppressed Passages of the First Volume, and Notes (6 volumes; Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, ), contrib.
by Martin Joseph Routh and Thomas Burnet. Theire sitting at meate. John White (d. ) Contributed by Michael G. Moran. John White was an English artist who in accompanied a failed colonizing expedition to Roanoke Island in present-day North Carolina and who, inserved as governor of a second failed expedition, which came to be known as the Lost Colony.
ANGLETON - Growing up on the family farm in Central Texas, my dad detested his given name. He hated “Horace” so much that most people who weren’t family knew to call him Holley. Where his Author: Joe Holley.
Zachariah Johnston was the son of William Johnston and Ann (surname unknown). He was most likely born at his father's home the Barrens or Old Stone Fort, in Augusta Co., VA (see photo of sign at his home).
He was baptized on 26 Septby local Presbyterian minister, Rev. John Craig, in Augusta Co., VA. Based on Burial: Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. General Washington (See the papers referred to in this, annexed to the letters to Genl. Washington.)9 See correspondence with him and memoranda of conversations The strength of his character lay in his integrity his love of justice his fortitude, the soundness of his judgment, and his remarkable prudence to which he joined an elevated sense of patriotic duty, and a reliance on the.
It may seem odd to be writing a review of a book written more than 60 years ago. In my case, the book is vibrant and meaningful. Raintree County is set in a mythical part of Indiana close to where I grew up, in Bloomington. The author, Ross Lockridge Jr. lived just down 4/5. The articles for Congress have been delivered & those for the two Universities3 and for General Washington have been forwarded, as have been the various letters for your friends in Virginia and elsewhere.
The parcel of rice referred to in your letter to the. A Singular Discovery: The Curious Manuscript, Mitchill, and Mormonism By Richard Stout _____ Author of this article: Richard B.
Stout. According to Mormon history, Joseph Smith, Jr. discovered a hidden, religious work in Facsimiles of the "unknown characters" in which the Book of Mormon was written were later copied and taken to "the learned.". used to indicate a missing letter or letters (can’t, we’d) or a possessive (David’s book).
Don’t let anyone tell you that apostrophes don’t matter and we would be better off without : Guardian Staff. The show was broadcast for the first time on Novemon the ABC television network under the title Rocky and His Friends twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, following American Bandstand at p.m.
ET, where it was the highest-rated daytime network program. The show moved to the NBC network starting Septembroadcast in color, and first appeared on Sundays Created by: Jay Ward, Alex Anderson, Bill Scott. His letters are written to his wife "Franky," whom he addressed as "Frank." He had three children, a baby girl Fannie, and two sons, Franky and Gene, the son Gene, quite a bit older.
Domestic concerns take up the greater portion of content in the letters. He was concerned for his wife's well-being at home, alone with the three children. In rising chronological order, with death date specified.
If relevant, also the context of the words or the circumstances of death are specified. If there is controversy or uncertainty concerning a person's last words, this is described in footnotes. Pre-5th century. Samson destroying the Philistine temple.
"Let me die with the Philistines.". And so Tolkien's fairy-elves gradually disappeared from his works, with The Hobbit and the Father Christmas Letters representing some of their final appearances. Ultimately, it is the serious Elves who survived into The Lord of the Rings, where both Elves and goblins (i.e.
Orcs) increased in gravitas over their counterparts in The Hobbit and. Jefferson, Thomas, The life and letters of Thomas Jefferson: being his autobiography and select correspondence, from original manuscripts.
(New York: Edwards, Pratt & Foster, ), also by Henry Augustine Washington (page images at HathiTrust). See, for example, his letters in the columns of the Saturday Evening Post's issues of Jan.
13,June 7,JJand Sept. 6,as well as the multitude of communications to periodicals submitted by him while he was living in Kentucky.
What we might call Lamon's first volume, that written by Chauncey Black and published inis of particular interest because its first three hundred or so pages were dependent on cop- Page [End Page 21] ies of the reminiscent letters and interviews that William Herndon had been collecting from Lincoln's friends and acquaintances in Kentucky.
Philip Marlowe (/ ˈ m ɑːr l oʊ /) is a fictional character created by Raymond e first appeared under that name in The Big Sleep, published in Chandler's early short stories, published in pulp magazines like Black Mask and Dime Detective, featured similar characters with names like "Carmady" and "John Dalmas".
Some of those short stories were later combined and expanded Created by: Raymond Chandler.In the collection, two completely different versions of this event, which have been handed down by the two families, can be found.
The account found in the self-published genealogy book by Andrew Hoover descendents goes: A party of Kentucky gentlemen was in the card room of a saloon. They had a slave, Jerry Terry, with them.Lawrence and Doris Budner spent over twenty years amassing a collection of books, periodicals, pamphlets, photographs, and ephemera related to the twenty-sixth president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.
They began donating their collection to Southern Methodist University in the s. In addition to periodicals from the era of Roosevelt’s presidency, the collection contains records.