2 edition of Letters of gratitude to the Connecticut Pleader, the Reverend Joseph Huntington, D.D. found in the catalog.
Letters of gratitude to the Connecticut Pleader, the Reverend Joseph Huntington, D.D.
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BR520.H8 B3 1781|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||98150854|
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But the diaries and letters placed in my hands lightened the work of composition, and it has been a labor of affection as well as of duty to pay what tribute I might to the memory of two of the noblest women of the country, whom I learned to love and venerate during a residence of nearly two years under the same roof, and who, to the end of Goodsearch is a search engine that donates a penny per search to your favorite cause! Its sister site, Goodshop, gets you the best deals at 1,s of stores and donates to your cause when you shop
By Samuel Abbott Green, M.D. As a mark of his gratitude, the faithful sachem revealed to the English a plot that was forming against them, but which was averted by the timely information. A full report of the case with the treatment is found in Winslow’s “Good Newes from New-England.” —(London, ,) pages 25– to which was Joseph Leo Bolster, Jr. He spent his final weeks surrounded by his 14 children and passed peacefully. Among Joe’s many gifts were an unflagging buoyancy of spirit, a quick, often hilarious wit, and a powerful devotion to community service born of the gratitude he
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(, ). Items individually described in Baldwin. John Baldwin was born saymost likely in England or New England. He is first found in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, where he was married on Ap to “Hannah Burchet” – that is, Hannah Birchard, youngest daughter of Thomas and Mary (Robinson) Birchard, formerly of Terling, County, Essex, England.
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Connecticut, he hears, has granted the impost duty to Congress as soon as any twelve states shall agree to the measure; he inquires how many states, and which ones, have passed the Impost Act; need of such an Act to support public securities; urges the pressing necessity of Joseph Pennell's settling the marine accounts in Boston; asks Holten's |a "Illustrations of the preceeding letters drawn from recent examples" (p.
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