2 edition of Memoranda of my life from 1798 to 1859 inclusive found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Colchester, Elizabeth Susan Law Abbot, baroness, 1799-1883, ed|
|LC Classifications||DA565.C68 A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi p., 1 l., 329 p.|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||21004987|
This was the fifth satrapy. The William Rush papers consists of four folders of letters from William to his mother Julia Rush from to and one volume, Examinations on Materia Medica in the Philadelphia School of Medicine, given by him as lecturer on materia medica and therapeutics at the Philadelphia School of Medicine, in At this point, William began working in agriculture. Maps and illustrated timelines for each period are enhanced by a two-color design. Vivien Noakes for her help in preparing thie and the following catalogue entries. The collection also documents the Logan family's relationships with the Dickinson and Norris families.
A thematic strand on the history of reading and writing in America is woven throughout to emphasize the role of literature in shaping American culture and history An author team committed to scholarship and teaching. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. Subseries C: Deeds spans from to and is arranged chronologically. Through work in agriculture and politics, Logan and his descendants were intimately involved in the development of the Pennsylvania colony and, later, the fledging United States. Was he not exiled from his country? May-August, Florence, Switzerland, England.
Please note that burial permit dates are the date the record was made, which was usually one to four days before the burial itself. July-August, Monte Generoso. The Loganian Library, which was received in trust by the Library Company of Philadelphia, exists almost in its original entirety. For more information about the Price family, please see the Price family papers collection Court cases include car accidents which caused damage to cemetery property, early disputes over land ownership, taxes owed by Woodlands to the city of Philadelphia, and a wrongful death suit filed on behalf of a deceased employee.
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According to Goodman, Rush speculated in land and purchased land in Lycoming, Northumberland, and Mifflin counties in central Pennsylvania. I think that instructors who want for their undergraduate students a manageable anthology with an essential and diverse selection of texts, engaging biographical introductions, and contexts that ground the literature practically in the world of reading, publishing, and authorship will find The Bedford Anthology of American Literature a very attractive choice.
Lo, how good and how pleasant The dwelling of brethren —even together! Halveston; his decision to dispense of his services; directs Charles to plant early this year.
Isaac Norris moved to Philadelphia in and became involved with the politics of the colony. Smith enclosure not found. Margaret Drayton, coverFebruary 27 James Glen to Margaret Glen, February 27 Regarding Margaret's illness; a request she come home to the healthier air of England along with Charles; discussion of Glen's education in England; James's health.
Helens, Oregon, he served as postmaster, Treasurer of Columbia County, ran a general store, and continued in the shipping business until he retired to Portland in the s. For more detailed descriptions of this series, please see notes located at the series and subseries levels.
This subseries is mostly meeting minutes from the first fifty years of the Woodlands Cemetery.
Following his service to the Army, Dickinson served as a Delaware Delegate to the Continental Congress in ; as a Delaware state senator in ; as president of Memoranda of my life from 1798 to 1859 inclusive book from to ; and as president of Pennsylvania from to Some of the lands were sold off before the purchase, but some property was sold by the Woodlands Cemetery Company to the University of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia.
Halveston as overseer; how to work the plantation, divide labor etc; rejecting the enslaved requests for tobacco; threatening to withhold land traditionally used for private slave cultivation; encourages Charles to let Hughes manage the plantation freely despite his detailed instructions to Charles ; and also to "share and share alike" with Hughes; warns Charles not to "interfere with or cross" Hughes in field work; list of items sent with letter; figures for rice production.
Occasional references to abuse of slaves, runaway slaves, renovations to Drayton Hall mansion and problems with overseers.
He did not practice medicine regularly and in was appointed Treasurer of the United States Mint where he served until It contains administrative materials, financial records, correspondence, burial records, deeds to land in West Philadelphia, deeds to burial lots, blueprints and maps of the cemetery grounds, and a small number of photographs.
My Dearest Julia: the love letters of Dr. April, Malta, Marseilles, England. Most of the records in this series are bound in large volumes kept by the bookkeepers of Woodlands Cemetery, including ledgers, account books, cash books, day books, expenses, and stock information.
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The date given at the top of each page refers only to the year in which the account was begun. There is one volume of deeds which does not follow this arrangement and it has been placed first in this subseries. Although Ledger D was begun init includes charges made as late as despite the fact that Ledger E was begun in From a graphic wall relief on the Second Pylon at Medinet Habuc.
This subseries contains correspondence written to various individuals or groups managing the interests and affairs of the Woodlands Cemetery, although it does not include letters about burials, lot maintenance, lot ownership, or perpetual care.Shows life in two towns, one Northern and one Southern, from to Includes letters, diaries, church records, maps, census records and more.
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Seth Luen Pope was a descendant of early English settlers in Massachusetts. One ancestor, Thomas Pope (), settled in in the area of Dartmouth (now Fairhaven), Mass., and there the family remained until the end of the 19th century. Scope and Contents of the Collection. The Oneida Community Collection contains community and personal records, biographical materials, and memorabilia pertaining to the Perfectionist community established by John Humphrey Noyes in Madison County, New York, its predecessor community in Putney, Vermont, and its branch communities in Wallingford, Connecticut and Brooklyn, New York.
The title Leges Henrici may be a remnant of the pdf title. The book contains pdf Anglo-Saxon, partly Norman law. For the former the author used the first book of the Quadripartitus, more particularly Cnute’s code, which appeared to him as the principal source of the Anglo-Saxon law then in force.Scope and Contents note.
The Logan family papers, (bulk ), document James Logan and several generations of his descendants including his son William, his grandson George Logan, and his great-grandsons Albanus Charles Logan and Algernon Sydney Logan.Memoranda and official correspondence relating to the Republic of Texas, its history and annexation: Including ebook brief autobiography of the author [Digital Version] Bibliographic Information.
Jones, Anson,Memoranda and official correspondence relating to the Republic of Texas, its history and annexation (New York: D. Appleton and Company, ).