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At a solemn meeting of the Federalists holden at New-Haven October 1816
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John Stevens Cabot Abbott was a son of Honorable Jacob Abbot, and was born at Brunswick, Maine, Septem He was graduated at Bowdoin College in , and at the Andover Theological Seminary in , and was subsequently settled at Worcester, Roxbury, and Nantucket, in Massachusetts, and afterward at New Haven, Connecticut. Finally, Jane to stay at Highbury until she is claimed by Campbells who are to return in August; she & Frank to mourn for 3 months and then marry and live at Enscombe (that would've made the wedding late October). Gushy meeting on stairs saved by Emma's coolness and Jane's nervous apprehension , Sat, July 16th: Meeting actually Author: Mossflower.
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Get this from a library. At a solemn meeting of the Federalists holden at New-Haven October resolved His Excellency John Cotton Smith be proposed as a candidate for the office of governor, and His Honor Jonathan Ingersoll for the office.
Excerpt from A Reformation of Morals Practicable and Indispensable: A Sermon, Delivered at New-Haven, on the Evening of Octo The multiplication of new prohibitions and penalties will not avail; for the evil to be redressed is the non execution of laws already competent.
If executed, to our : Lyman Beecher. Book/Printed Material At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October A. [Regarding breaking of Sabbath]. [Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin ].
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New Haven: Printed by Eli Hudson, 38pp. Octavo. Later stiff wrappers, paper label. Some foxing and spotting; good. Item #WRCLIT First edition of this oft-reprinted fusillade against vice and folly, disorderly houses, horrid oaths, drunkards, and general moral indolence.
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At a meeting of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, holden at Litchfield, June 16th, Voted to approve the following regulations proposed by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, viz.
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Amendment I (Religion) Document 2. The Fundamental Agreement or Original Constitution of the Colony of New-Haven. 4 June Old South Leaflets, no. 8, The 4th day of the 4th month, called June,all the free planters assembled together in a general meeting, to consult about settling civil government, according to God, and the nomination of persons that.
PREFACE. This book contains the substance of the course of lectures given in the Old South Meeting-House in Boston in December,at the Washington University in St. Louis in May,and in the theatre of the University Club in New York in March, In its present shape it may serve as a sketch of the political history of the United States from the end of the.
Simeon Baldwin, An Oration Pronounced Before the Citizens of New-Haven, July 4th (New Haven, ), 15–16; The Constitution of the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and for the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage (New Haven, ); James Dana, The African Slave Trade. At the annual convention of the fellows of the Connecticut Medical Society, holden at New-Haven, October 16th and 17th, [New Haven: s.n., ] Connecticut: Fiske, John, The New-England spelling-book.: Calculated for common use among children of both sexes, in the New-England states.
The finish given to the style and arrangement of the Constitution fairly belongs to the pen of Mr. Morris; the task having, probably, been handed over to him by the chairman of the Committee [William Samuel Johnson], himself a highly respectable member, and with the ready concurrence of the others.
A better choice could not have been made, as the performance of the task proved. The 25 most famous book produced by him—the most famous book, likewise, produced by any American during the colonial time—is Magnalia Christi Americana; or, The Ecclesiastical History of New England, from its first Planting, in the Yearunto the Year of our Lord The Magnalia is, indeed, what the author called it, “a bulky.Baldwin, Simeon, Judge,New Haven, Connecticut.
Member of the American Colonization Society committee in New Haven. Secretary of the Connecticut Society for the Promotion and Freedom and for the Relief of Persons Holden in Bondage.
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