4 edition of An oration delivered at Leominster July 4, 1815 found in the catalog.
An oration delivered at Leominster July 4, 1815
|Statement||by Timothy Flint.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 34708.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
Coddington, David, Oration Delivered at Bergen Point, on the Fourth of July,  Oratory [political] (e.g. Leominster Mass.: Isaiah Thomas, Jr., , pp.) and read only extracts from this very long picaresque narrative. by all the people" (). Since this particular Parker address was not given until July 4, , and then Cited by: 2. Freemasons -- Early works to See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Freemasons; Early works to ; Filed under: Freemasons -- Early works to Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe, Carried on in the Secret Meetings of the Free Masons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies, Collected from Good .
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. An Oration, delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society at Cambridge, July 4, Leaves from a Journal; or Sketches of Rambles in Some Parts of North Britain and Ireland, Chiefly in the Year A Farewell Discourse, Preached to the First Congregational Society in Eastport, on Sunday, It was founded by Sir Thomas Smith Webb who remained in office from until A Convention held on May 6, , opened a Grand Encampment for Massschusetts and Rhode Island, which is claimed by the Massachusetts authorities to have been the first Grand Encampment in the United States.
Appended are the sermon delivered by Reverend E. Mason at Squire's son's funeral on July 9, and "Sunday School Accounts" from and less Chamberlain, Thomas, Thomas Chamberlain diary, ROBBINS, JOSEPH, ORATION BY. American Masons behind the tiled doors of their Lodges and Grand Lodges during the past one and one-half eenturies have listened to orations which would be everywhere famous had they beeR delivered in public, for there has ever been an unbroken succession in the Craft of orators, of great tribunes, of great speechmakers—John Marshall, . An oration delivered before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, July 5, , by J.S. Holmes. Boston, G.C. Rand & Avery, city printers. Together with the speeches at the dinner in Faneuil hall, and other ceremonies at the celebration of the eighty-second anniversary of American independence.; p.; 24 cm.
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