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Miscellaneous orators, 1800-1861

 Item — Publications: 4

Dates

  • 1800-1861

Creator

Extent

From the Series: 77 Volumes

Language of Materials

English

Orations included:

An address in latin by Joseph Willard, S.T.D, L.L.D., President; and a discourse in english by David Tappan, S.T.D. Hollis Professor of Divinity; delivered before the University in Cambridge, Feb. 21, 1800. In solemn commemoration of General George Washington, 1800.
A discourse in commemoration of the lives and services of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, delivered in Faneuil Hall, Boston, August 2, 1826, by Daniel Webster, 1826.
An address delivered at Charlestown August 1, 1826, in commemoration of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. by Edward Everett, 1826.
An address delivered before the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, October 4, 1827, being the anniversary for the choice of officers, and the seventh triennial celebration of their public festival. by William Hillard, a member of the Association, 1827.
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, at Faneuil Hall, May 1, 1824. by Josiah Quincy, Mayor of Boston. 1824
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, at Faneuil Hall, January 2, 1826. by Josiah Quincy, Mayor of Boston. 1826
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, at Faneuil Hall, January 1, 1827. by Josiah Quincy, Mayor of Boston. 1827
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, at Faneuil Hall, January 1, 1828. by Josiah Quincy, Mayor of Boston. 1828
Address to the Board of Aldermen of the City of Boston, Jan. 3, 1829, by Josiah Quincy on taking final leave of the office of Mayor. 1829
An address to the citizens of Boston on the XVIIth of September, M DCCC XXX, the close of the second century from the first settlement of the city. by Josia Quincy, L.L. D. President of Harvard University. 1830
The duties and dangers of those who are born free: a sermon preached at the annual election, January 2, 1833, before his excellency Levi Lincoln, Governor, his honor Thomas L. Winthrop, Lieutenant Governor, the honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts. by William B. O. Peabody, Minister in Springfield. 1833
A eulogy on the life and character of John Quincy Adams, delivered at the request of the Legislature of Massachusetts, in Faneuil Hall, April 15, 1848. by Edward Everett. 1848
Speech of the Honorable Daniel Webster, on the compromise bill, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 17th day of July, 1850. 1850
Speech of Hon. Daniel Webster, on Mr. Clay's resolutions, in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1850. 1850
Union and peace! How they shall be restored: speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Republican State Convention, at Worcester, October 1, 1861.

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