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An oration, spoken at Dedham, on the Fourth of July, 1799

Haven, Samuel

An oration, spoken at Dedham, on the Fourth of July, 1799

at the request of a number of the inhabitants of that town, and its vicinity, who assembled to commemorate American independence.

by Haven, Samuel

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Published by Printed at the Minerva Press in Dedham, by Herman Mann. in [Dedham, Mass.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Samuel Haven.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 35603.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14580828M

A parishioner of Father Jones remarked of him, that he could hardly get through saying grace, even at a Fourth of July festival, without repeating the passage, "For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive." He had a long settlement in Gloucester, and died there at a ripe old age (eighty-three), Aug. 20, The discourse. papal objections to the treaties were ignored and the treaties did not receive papal sanction - the Austrian Habsburgs abandones their Spanish cousins - the German territorial princes acquired the right to sign treaties and made war, except against the emperor and the empire - Sweden emerged as one of the strongest powers in Europe.

In he was president of the Suffolk Bar Association. In he delivered the oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge. In he received the honorary degree of doctor of laws from Harvard College. He was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society and of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. These words became indelibly impressed upon my mind, and have contributed their share in the production of this book, which, like the labors of "Old Mortality," rendered immortal by the genius of Scott, I humbly trust will deepen in the heart and conscience of this nation the sense of justice, that will ere long manifest itself in deeds worthy.

He was, however, seized with a sudden and fatal illness on Saturday, July 25, and the next afternoon passed peacefully away. The announcement of his death was received by the Senate at Ottawa, with many expressions of surprise and sorrow, and resolutions of sympathy were offered by his associates at the session of Parliament held on July Mr. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] C A TAL O(UE OF BOOKS'~ Pamphlets Principally Relating AMERICA NY Page [unnumbered] Page 1 PREFATORY NOTE. A time-honored custom demands a formal introduction of every volume to its readers; and, in deference to its requirements, this volume is thus presented to the collectors of books for their examination.


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