|Statement||By Elisha Lee, Esq.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 25713.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15,  p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
An oration delivered at Worcester, Mass. on the Fourth of July, by: Newton, Rejoice, Published: () An oration, delivered at Worcester, July 4, the forty-first anniversary of the independence of the United States of America / by: Merrick, Pliny, David Ramsay’s The History of the American Revolution appeared in , during an enthusiastic celebration of American nationhood. “Nationhood,” moreover, was beginning to take on new cultural and intellectual connotations. The United States had declared its political independence more than a decade earlier, and a rising group of “cultural nationalists” was asserting that it was now. Oration delivered before the municipal authorities and citizens of Providence: on the eighty-fifth anniversary of American Independence, July 4, () available in print. Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), Mr. Calhoun's reply to Col. Benton. () available in print. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Full text of "Books, Pamphlets and Newspapers Printed at Newark.
An ode for the Washington Benevolent Society: / written, adapted to music, and sung at New-York, July 4th, By Mr. Hill. [New York: Printed by Michael Burnham & Co., ] New York (State) Holman, Nathan, A sermon, delivered at Attleborough, East Precinct, November 21st, ;: being the anniversary Thanksgiving in. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Full text of "Books, pamphlets and newspapers printed at Newark, New Jersey, ". An oration pronounced July 5, , at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence. Boston, Manning & Loring, printers, no. 2, Cornhill.  23,  p.; x cm. Reel: 24, No. Ephemera or The history of cockney dandies, a poem in one canto. Thomas Town, printer. An oration delivered at the dedication of the soldiers’ monument in North Weymouth, Mass.: on Saturday, July 4, ; An oration delivered before the Newburyport Artillery Company upon their fifty-eighth anniversary, July 4th,
Address delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New York, at the funeral of Robert Lenox, esq., on the 16th of December, , (New York, ), by W. W. Phillips (page images at HathiTrust) An address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents, containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce. The 5th of March continued to be celebrated for the above reasons, until the Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence was substituted in its place; and its orators were expected to honor the feelings and principles of the former as having given birth to the latter. On the 5th of March, , Washington repaired to the intrenchments. In addition to our online resources, there are many research tools available in the library's reading room. On-site users can access digitized primary source documents from the New-York Historical Society in Gateway to North America: The People Places, & Organizations of 19th Century New York and digitized Revolutionary War Orderly Books. 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 .