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Published by Printed by John Wallis in Newark [N.J.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fourth of July orations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lewis Morris Ogden
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4784
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination12 p
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16887467M

    Early life. His father, Colonel Richard Kidder Meade (–), one of George Washington's aides during the War of Independence, after the conflict ended sold his estate at Coggins Point on the James River near Henricus and bought acres and moved the family to the Shenandoah , William Meade was born on Novem at 'Meadea' near White Post, Church: Episcopal Church.   On 23 July, he decreed that the new Service Book be invoked. This resulted in a huge cry of protest from the people, none more so than in St Giles Church, Edinburgh. At the end of May, he was given the choice of two parishes in Scotland, Stranraer and Straiton in Carrick.


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David W. Hall, returns today with another installment in his series on Election Day Sermons. Hall has served as senior pastor of the Midway Presbyterian Church of Powder Springs, Georgia sinceand prior to that was pastor of the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, An oration spoken at Colrain, July 4,being the anniversary of American independence by: Taggart, Samuel, Published: () An oration, delivered at Conway, before a respectable number of the inhabitants of Conway, Eaton, and Bartlett, on the fourth day of July,being the 21st anniversary of American independence.

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New York. Thomas Greenleaf. Miller, Samuel. An oration delivered before the municipal authorities and the citizens of Lowell, July 4, by: Bartlett, Elisha, Published: () An address, delivered before an assembly of citizens from all parts of the commonwealth, at Faneuil hall, Boston, July 4, by: Henshaw, David, An oration delivered at Roxbury July 4, in commemoration of American independence / by: Beedé, Thomas, Published: () An oration delivered at Thomaston, July 4th, at the request of the Friendly Society and in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence / by: Wilde, Samuel S.

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