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An oration, upon the death of General George Washington
|Statement||by the Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D. president of the College of New-Jersey: ; and published at the desire of the committee of the citizens, &c. of Trenton, at whose request it was pronounced.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 38524.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45,  p.|
|Number of Pages||45|
George Washington (Febru – Decem ) was an American political leader, military general, statesman, and founding father who served as the first president of the United States from to Previously, he led Patriot forces to victory in the nation's War for presided at the Constitutional Convention of , which established the U.S. Constitution and Succeeded by: John Adams. quotes from George Washington: 'It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.', 'It is better to be alone than in bad company.', and 'If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.'.
General George Washington delivered a pivotal eighty-five-word impromptu speech on Decem , that persuaded war-weary veteran Continental Army soldiers to remain in the fight—a decisive turning point in the Revolutionary War that could have spelled disaster had Washington’s words not won the day. While working with the Oversize Manuscripts Collection this summer, my coworker and I uncovered a death warrant signed by George Washington and dated Octo Portrait File, PR Best known for his role as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and later as the first president of the United States, George Washington is one of the.
George Washington's farewell address is a letter written by President George Washington as a valedictory to "friends and fellow-citizens" after 20 years of public service to the United States. He wrote it near the end of his second term of presidency before retiring to his home at Mount Vernon in Virginia.. The letter was first published as The Address of Gen. Washington to the Men of America Publisher: American Daily Advertiser. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Eulogies and orations on the life and death of General George Washington, first President of the United States of America by :
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An oration, upon the death of General Washington: pronounced before the officers of the Second Brigade, Fourth Division of the Militia of New-Jersey, twenty second of February, eighteen hundred. by Isaac Roberdeau (Author)Author: Isaac Roberdeau. Oration, Upon the Death of General Washington: Delivered at the Request of the Corporation of the City of New-York, on the 31st Day of December, (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Janu Author: Gouverneur Morris.
Title: Eulogies An oration orations on the life and death of General George Washington: first president of the United States of : Multiple Contributors, See NotesPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books Format: Paperback.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency An oration, upon the death of General Washington by Morris, Gouverneur, Publication date Publisher New Pages: An oration upon the death of General Washington Author: Gouverneur Morris ; John K Furman ; John Bailey Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) ; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) ; Marian S.
Carson Collection (Library of Congress) ; All authors. A funeral oration, on the death of General Washington, delivered in the German Lutheran Church, Philadelphia: at the request of Congress, on the twenty-sixth of December, by: Lee, Henry, Published: () Funeral oration on the death of General Washington.
An oration, commemorative of the life and death of General George Washington delivered at Windham, (Connecticut,) on the 22d day of February,to the brethren of Moriah, and Eastern Star Lodges, and the citizens of the town of Windham, at their request, and pursuant to the proclamation of the president of the United States.
An oration delivered on the centennial anniversary of the initiation of General George Washington, among the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Rhode Island, in Newport, November 4, [K J Stewart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Title: An oration delivered on the centennial anniversary of the initiation of General George Washington. George Washington. A Funeral Oration on his Death HENRY LEE On Decemat the age of 67, George Washington died at home in Mount Vernon of pneumonia, contracted a mere two days earlier.
His death was widely and deeply mourned in the United States and abroad. On Decemat the request. On Thursday, DecemGeorge Washington was out on horseback supervising farming activities from late morning until three in the afternoon. The weather shifted from light snow to hail and then to rain.
Upon Washington's return it was suggested that he. Full Title: Eulogies and Orations on the Life and Death of General George Washington First President of the United States of America. Printed in Boston by Manning and Loring. [George Washington died on Decem From every corner, eulogies poured forth waxing eloquently on Washington's leadership, virtue, and honor.
One of the most. Get this from a library. An oration, on the death of General George Washington, delivered at the request of the selectmen and Parish committee, before the inhabitants of Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts, on Satuday, Feb. 22, Being the day set apart by the Congress of the United States, to testify the grief of the citizens, on that melancholy event.
Electronic book Electronic books Funeral addresses: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Morris, Gouverneur, Oration upon the death of General Washington.
New-York: Printed by John Furman(DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: George Washington; George Washington: Material Type: Document, Internet resource. Get this from a library. An oration upon the death of General George Washington, delivered at the State-House at Trenton, on the 14th of January.
[Samuel Stanhope Smith]. An oration, upon the death of General George Washington delivered in the State-House at Trenton, on the 14th of January,/ by: Smith, Samuel Stanhope, Published: () A funeral oration, on General George Washington by: Russell, John Miller, Published: ().
An oration on the death of Lieutenant-general George Washington late president of the United States, who died Dec. 14, delivered in St. Michael's Church, Januat the request of the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, and published by their desire / by: Ramsay, David, Of the many funeral orations delivered at Washington’s death, Henry Lee’s official oration, delivered before Congress, is the most famous and memorable.
Lee, known as “Light-Horse Harry” Lee, was personally summoned by Washington in to join the Continental Army, in which he served Washington faithfully.
A funeral oration upon the death of General George Washington. Prepared at the request of the Masonic Lodge, no. 14, of Wilmington, state of Delaware, and delivered on St. John the Evangelist's day, being the 27th of December, anno lucis ; and now published at the particular desire of the Lodge.
/ by: Bedford, Gunning, An Oration, Upon the Death of Gen. George Washington: Delivered in the State-House at Trenton, on the 14th of January, A Discourse on the Nature and Reasonableness of Fasting and on the Existing Causes That Call Us to That Duty: Delivered at Princeton, on Tuesday the 6th January,Being the Day Appointed by the S.
George Washington: Sermons & Orations. WASHINGTON, George. $ 5, Item Number: Boston: John Kneeland, Sammelband collection of thirteen sermons, orations and memorials addressed by some of the leading historical and clerical figures in mid-eighteenth century Boston, with particular focus on sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the first president of the United Price: $The front page of a pamphlet entitled: “A funeral oration on the death of George Washington” by Major General Henry Lee.
Funeral Oration on the. Death of General Washington. Delivered, at the Request of CONGRESS, BY Major-General Henry Lee, Member of Congress fromVirginia.By Major General Henry Lee, member of Congress from Virginia. Ornamented with an elegant engraving. Philadelphia: Printed by John Hoff, 20 p., front.
4. Martha Washington collection of Washington eulogies, v. 3, no. 1. Funeral oration on the death of General : New York Public Library.