7 edition of oration on the occasion of the national fast found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edward N. Kirk.|
|LC Classifications||E392 .K59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, -27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||18015292|
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Oration on the occasion of the national fast. New York: Office of the Iris, John S. Taylor & Co., (New York: Piercy & Reed) (OCoLC) Named Person: William Henry Harrison; William Henry Harrison: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book.
Pericles' funeral oration is a speech written by Thucydides for his history of the Peloponnesian War. Pericles delivers the oration not only to bury the dead, but to praise democracy. An oration on the occasion of the national fast: delivered before the Academy of Sacred Music, in the Broadway Tabernacle, New-York, on Friday evening, / (New York: Office of the Iris.
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Oration By Frederick Douglass: Delivered on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Freedmen's Monument in Memory of Abraham Lincoln, in Lincoln Park, ; With an Appendix (Classic Reprint). A fine description of the monument. It is of gray granite, in shape like an Egyptian obelisk, two hundred and twenty-one feet high, on a base thirty feet square.
It was completed in seventeen years, at a cost. Unformatted text preview: The Funeral Oration of Pericles Book II In any collection of the world's great orations the "Funeral Oration" of Pericles would rank just above or co-equal with.
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c., 3d brigade, johnston's. Frederick Douglass, Public domain, from the National Portrait Gallery. Accession number NPG I warmly congratulate you upon the highly interesting object which has caused you to.
BOOK II 1. AND now the war between the Athenians and Peloponnesians and the allies of both 1 actually began. Henceforward the struggle was uninterrupted, and they communicated with 2 one. "The story of Lincoln's life told by himself in his stories, wit and humor of the war, the courts, the backwoods and the White House.
Illustrated with one hundred original outline drawings by special.  Nathanael Emmons, A Discourse Delivered on the National Fast, wrentham, massachusetts, Civil disobedience and obedience to constituted authorities.
Edition: current; Page: [[x]] . An address on occasion of the national fast, Ap (Boston, Walker, Wise, and company, ), by John Weiss (page images at HathiTrust) The story of a Confederate boy in the civil war.
His Oration at Concord Again, within the century steam has enormously expanded the national domain, and every added mile is an added strain to our system. Sir, it is the signal felicity of this. To which things Solomon alludes in the Book of Canticles, and begins thus: "My beloved is mine, and I am his; he feedeth among the lilies until the day break, and the shadows flee away."(13) Since then.
Introduction Frederick Douglass (c–95), a prominent African-American abolitionist, social reformer, and statesman, delivered his “Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln” at the unveiling of The .The phrase "a nation of shopkeepers", commonly attributed to Napoleon, is a reference to England or the United Kingdom.
There is reason to doubt that Napoleon ever used it. No contemporaneous French newspaper mentions that he did. The phrase was first used in an offensive sense by the French revolutionary Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac on 11 June in a speech to the National .