3 edition of An oration, commemorative of American independence found in the catalog.
An oration, commemorative of American independence
by Printed at the office of the United States Gazette in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||by Charles Caldwell|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 31067|
|Contributions||Washington Benevolent Society of Pennsylvania|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
From “An Oration on the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence ” Noah Webster, New Have n, AN ORATION. The history of the first English settlements in America, and of the measures which prepared the way for a revolution in the colonies, is too i nteresting not to be well understood by men of common curiosity and reading in File Size: 20KB. The American Independence Sesquicentennial half dollar and quarter eagle may not be the most aesthetically appealing coins, but they hold a place of honor in U.S. coinage history just the same. Numismatic scholar Don Taxay made this point in his Illustrated History of U.S. Commemorative : Coinweek.
statesmen continued to make the case for the importance of American independence. On July 4, , physician, historian, and South Carolina politician David Ramsay (– ) delivered this speech, the nation’s first Fourth of July oration, in Charleston. In , after the fall of Charleston, Ramsay was imprisoned for a year by the British. Even as the war was being waged and with the outcome uncertain, intellectuals and statesmen continued to make the case for the importance of American independence. On July 4, , physician, historian, and South Carolina politician David Ramsay (–) delivered this speech, the nation’s first Fourth of July oration, in Charleston.
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An oration, commemorative of the anniversary of American Independence.: Delivered at the Baptist Church in Savannah. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania We meet to celebrate the birthday of America. The coming of a new life always excites our interest. Although we know in the case of the individual that it has been an infinite repetition reaching back beyond our vision, that only makes it the more wonderful.
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Published in pamphlet as An Oration; Delivered March 6, At the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston; to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, Boston: Edes and Gill, Joseph Greenleaf,