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Remarks of Samuel Hoar, of Massachusetts

Remarks of Samuel Hoar, of Massachusetts

on the resolutions introduced by Mr. Jarvis, of Maine, and Mr. Wise, of Virginia, delivered in the House of Representatives, Thursday, January 21, 1836.

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Published by National Intelligencer Office in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slavery -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Speeches in Congress

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, [1987?] 1 microfiche. (19th-century legal treatises ; no. 27068)

    Series19th-century legal treatises -- no. 27068.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16318454M
    OCLC/WorldCa18100932

      BANKS, Nathaniel Prentice, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Waltham, Mass., Janu ; attended the common schools; a machinist by trade; editor of a weekly paper in Waltham, Mass.; clerk in the customhouse in Boston, Mass.; studied law; was admitted to the Suffolk County bar and commenced practice in Boston; member of the State house of representatives . Samuel Bradford in Massachusetts Find contact information, public records, and much more. Lookup Samuel's current home address in Massachusetts, relatives, mobile phone number and email address. Showing 4 of 4 Results Massachusetts. Top Cities in Massachusetts. Lynn.

    The Mission of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants is to gather together to honor and perpetuate the memory of our Mayflower Ancestors and the ideals of American freedoms and democracy, which have evolved from The Mayflower Compact signed by the Pilgrim Fathers when they reached Cape Cod shores in November, What actually transpired on the arrest of Alcott was that he was held for a few hours until the tax was paid by Squire Samuel Hoar. Lane’s reaction was preserved in his letter to The Liberator. Both Thoreau and Emerson expressed their reactions to Alcott’s bravado. Thoreau in a letter to Emerson wrote.

      Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin on Tuesday threw a curve ball into the Winthrop Square Garage skyscraper development process, testifying to a . This book is, in a word, drek. Written in a thoroughly PC manner, this book goes far beyond revisionism. Bradley cherrypicks his quotes (including many from some dubious sources), takes US actions completely out of the context of its times (as if the US were the only country taking similar actions), and his interpretations of events are, to be charitable, questionable/5.


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He graduated from Harvard University in and earned his law degree at Harvard Law School in He was admitted to the bar and settled in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he practiced cal party: Republican (after ). (VII) Samuel (2) Hoar, eldest son of Samuel (1) Hoar, born ; graduated at Harvard College,received the degree of LL.

He taught school in Virginia two years, and was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in He was an eminent lawyer, contemporary with.

Edward Sherman Hoar Remarks of Samuel Hoar was the fourth child of Squire Samuel Hoar—a legendary Massachusetts lawyer of the nineteenth century, a member of both branches of the Massachusetts legislature, and a United States congressman—and his wife Sarah Sherman Hoar.

Brother of Elizabeth, Ebenezer Rockwood, Sarah, and George Frisbie Hoar, Edward. Presentation of statues of John Winthrop and Samuel Adams: speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, Decem [Hoar, George Frisbie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Presentation of statues of John Winthrop and Samuel Adams: speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of MassachusettsAuthor: George Frisbie Hoar. Correspondence and other manuscript records (unspecified): gift of Samuel Hoar, / Reeves score: gift of D.W.

Reeves, Apr. Autograph book for press: gift of George Tolman, Nov. Hoar, Samuel (–) lawyer, U.S. representative, public official; born in Lincoln, Mass. He graduated from Harvard in and worked for a time as a tutor in Virginia befo.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Letters of Phocion, by G. CurtisLetters of Silas Standfast, by G. HillardAddress of Samuel Hoar, at FitchburgAddress of Marcus Morton, at TauntonAddress of C.

Adams, at QuincyRemarks, by J. Palfrey. Still in the Hoar family plot [Photo 1], take a closer look at the big stone at the right rear. [Photo 2]. It marks the graves of George Frisbie Hoar (), his wife Mary Louisa Spurr, and Author: Harry Beyer. Page 54 - I am compelled to declare it as my deliberate opinion, that, if this bill passes, the bonds of this Union are virtually dissolved ; that the States which compose it are free from their moral obligations, and that, as it will be the right of all, so it will be the duty of some, to prepare definitely for a separation — amicably if they can, violently if they must.

Massachusetts Historical Society: Remarks on an original portrait of the Rev. Increase Mather, D. D., and on some of the engravings taken from it. (Cambridge, J. Wilson, ), also by Samuel A. Green (page images at HathiTrust) Massachusetts Historical Society: Remarks on the Narraganset patent.

[microform] Read before the Massachusetts. Hoar became a resident fellow of this academy May 8, (Class HI. Sec. Philosophy and Jurisprudence). He died of disease at Worces ter, Mass., Septem The immediate family to which Mr.

Hoar belonged has been for sev eral generations the most influential household in the most influential vil lage of eastern Massachusetts. Samuel Hoar at Point of Death.

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Excerpt from Lectures on American Literature: With Remarks on Some Passages of American History The precarious situation of the first settlers. The colony of Massachusetts Bay. Winthrop, as a magistrate and historian, Dudley, Sir Richard Saltonstall, John Wilson, John Elliot, the apostle to the Indians.

The Sheppards and their by: 7. ] Speeches and Addresses of George F. Hoar. Popular Discontent with Representative Government. Inaugural Address before the American Historical Association, Decem 6. Oration at the Two Hundred and Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims, Decem 7 Protection to W ool, Bi-metallism and the.

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R. W. Emerson’s Remarks at the Kansas Relief Meeting in Cambridge, Wednesday Evening, Sept. 10 () Samuel Hoar (Putnam’s Monthly Magazine, December ) Character of Samuel Hoar (Monthly Religious Magazine, January ).The Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) holds most of the works of Nathan Appleton, Thomas Gold Appleton, and Nathan Appleton, Jr., as well as the following collections related to the Appleton family papers: Curtis-Stevenson family papers, Ms.

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