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Postscript to the New-York packet, of May 14, 1778

Postscript to the New-York packet, of May 14, 1778

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Published by Printed by S. Loudon in Fish-Kill [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • France -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France,
  • France -- Foreign relations -- Treaties,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Treaties,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1760-1789

  • Edition Notes

    GenreTreaties
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43465
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15504259M

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    Barbarossa in Italy, a Latin historical epic from around , was written by an unknown author from Bergamo, Italy. It covers the events of Emperor Frederick I's (Barbarossa's) two Italian campaigns () and the history of Bergamo's conflict with Milan.5/5(2).


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Get this from a library. Postscript to the New-York packet, of Book, Online in English Postscript to the New-York packet, of Fish-Kill [N.Y.]:: Printed by S. Loudon, Wednesday, 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 26 cm. Online Access. Evans Digital Edition Available to the US Hopkins community; This reproduction.

Electronic text and image data. Design. New York Packet was built at Bristol, England. She had a new deck, a partial new top sides and other repairs inand was sheathed in yellow metal in Career. Under the command of J. Gregory, she left Hobart Town on 11 Augusttransporting six convicts, passengers, and stores and arrived at Sydney on 19 August She departed Sydney bound for Timor in r: Bristol.

The greatest American poet of the last fifty years has died. I read and taught John Ashbery for years, and occasionally wrote about Author: Dan Chiasson. vwcat July 6, am the media touts the Gephardt endorsemnt like it’s the greatest thing around yet, it ignored the Daschel endorsement of Obama.

Seeing that Daschel was the majority leader in the senate should have made that a very newsworthy item. 6 Gouverneur Morris was the author of Congress' initial response to Lord North's February conciliatory proposals.

See JCC, ; and Morris to John Jay, May 3, 7 For theresolve on pay and rations for Continental officers, of which Washington had requested a. Thomas Darlington (J – Febru ) was the second of seven children born to Edward and Hannah Townsend Darlington. He did not marry and was buried at Birmingham Meeting Burial ground.

Other than a few sentences in Futhey and Cope’s History of Chester County, not much is known about appears he may have shared in his better known brother William’s passion for. TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.

Pads, Aug Dear Sir, My last to you was of June the 22nd, with a postscript of July the 14th. Yours of June the 27th came to hand the 23rd of July, and that of July the 28th came to hand the 10th instant. To Gouverneur Morris, May 8th An attack upon New York—Relief of the Southern States of the greatest moment—Campaign may be transferred to them—Impossible to depend on militia—Dangers of the present situation.

To the President of Congress, May 17th Rescue of the Convention troops—Detachment from New York. The Voice Of New York!: Proceedings Of The Herkimer Mass Convention Of Oct.

26,With The Speeches Of David Wilmot, C.c. Cambreleng, And Others [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Voice Of New York!: Proceedings Of The Herkimer Mass Convention Of Oct. 26,With The Speeches Of David WilmotAuthor: Anonymous.

13,signed "Common Sense," which had not been included in the published canon of Paine's writings.3 Similarly, it appears that Paine contrib-uted a letter and associated commentary in the Ap, "Postscript" edition of the Pennsylvania Packet^. Postscript: John Glenn, By he gained national fame by flying a fighter jet from California to New York in three hours and twenty-three minutes, breaking the transcontinental air.

Page 3. Septem LINK TO ANNALS. Septr. Fryday At 3 this Morning was waked by Mr. Lovell, and told that the Members of Congress were gone, some of them, a little after Midnight.

That there was a Letter from Mr. Hamilton Aid de Camp to the General, informing that the Enemy were in Poss[essio]n of the Ford and the Boats, and had it in their Power to be in Philadelphia.

The first essay by “Publius” (the pen name for all three authors) appeared in the 27 October issue of The Independent Journal, and all or some of the subsequent numbers were also printed in the New-York Packet, The Daily Advertiser, and The New-York Journal.

The first thirty-six Federalist essays were collected and published by the M. the city had hosted a sprawling: My descriptions of New York in the immediate aftermath of the war are based largely on Edwin G.

Burrows and Mike Wallace, Gotham: A History of New York City to (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), –87, and I. Phelps Stokes, The Iconography of Manhattan Island, –, 6 vols. (New York. Editorial Remarks by Dr. David M.

Hart. Arthur Young () was an 18th century English writer who is best known for the detailed accounts he published of his "travels" in England, Wales, Ireland and France on the eve of the revolution.

Book/Printed Material By the commandant of New York, &c. Permission is hereby given to pass to Given at New York the day of One thousand seven hundred and seventy nine.

Commandant, &c. To all whom it may concern. [New York, ] [Positive Photostat.]. The document is misdated June in DLC:GW, and it originally appeared in this series as part of GW to d’Estaing, 14 Julyn 1.

GW seems to have written this document after he drafted his 13 Sept. letter to d’Estaing with “hints” for combined operations and probably before he drafted Document IV. The Royal Mail steamship Persia, Capt.

JUDKINS, which sailed from Liverpool at about 1 o'clock on the afternoon of the 3d inst., arrived here at an early hour this morning. Full text of "Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year." See other formats.

By the Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; His Majesty's lieutenant governor and commander in chief, in and over the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America. You are to repair to the county of [blank] so as to be there on or before the [blank] day of [blank].

Preparing and printing the New York Times, The sports section is assembled in the composing room. Long before the age of computerized printing presses and journalists being able to file stories via computer, the process of creating the day’s newspaper was a.

Samuel Cooper, 14 May Description. Boston. Joy in America over the news of the French treaties. Glowing prophesies of what a French fleet in the Delaware could accomplish. A.L.S.

II: William Carmichael, May Description. Boston. Álvarez, Pablo: Sacred Hands: An Exhibit Catalog of Manuscripts with Texts of the Three Abrahamic Faiths (Ann Arbor: Special Collections Library, University of Michigan, ), also by Evyn Kropf and A. Verhoogt, illust.

by Randal Stegmeyer (page images at HathiTrust) A. W.: A Book of Cookrye () (HTML at ); Abbot, W. (William Wright), A Virginia Chronology. : The Self-Interpreting Bible: Rebound in black cloth. John Brown's ()Self-interpreting Bible was originally published in Originally of Scottish farming stock, Brown was orphaned at twelve and became a shepherd.

Having little formal schooling he taught himself Latin, Greek and Hebrew and later became a preacher in the Burgher branch of the Secession church. A copy of the Pennsylvania Packet of 24 February may have accompanied JM’s missing letter to the Reverend James Madison.

This paper told of a debate in Parliament on 27 Novemberoccasioned by the news of British successes in South Carolina. Among the speakers was George Legge (–), then Lord Lewisham and later third Earl of Dartmouth. steamer, brings President TYLER'S first message to Congress.

It is emi- nently placid, pacific, and practical. A little disquisition on national banking was demanded of him ex officio, and he gives it: he gratifies the appetite of brother Jonathan for discussions on the "fiscal agent" of the community, without committing himself; for in a slight review of the past, in which he abstains from.

Thursday, May 3, - 1 iierienced heavy gale off the Western Islands, cut away botU masu, lost her boat, and iwo mea overboard BALTIMORE, May 1.

Arrived. mentioned: Aaron Burr's trial, Jonathon Dayton, General Smith of Ohio, Smith from New York, Davis Floyd from Indiana, treason, grand jury, British ship in the Chesapeake Bay, Richmond, VA: 27 June Aaron Burr: Letter to Comfort Tyler: mentioned: William Van Ness of Kinderhook, New York, Burr is traveling to Baltimore to.

Horsman, Reginald: The War of Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. The Evening Post from New York, New York Page 2 Publication: ui.

a u, u nert wdattWed - H m i perfect would nuWJa 14 be eiren to the r.f ume ;f pec. This slander may do for the. The Bonnetta arrived in New York on November 1, ; some two weeks later, when the convalescent Simcoe sailed on leave to England aboard the packet Swallow, Barney may have gone too.

[6] Little is known of Barney’s life between late and Februarywhen Simcoe wrote a certificate concerning him and another black Queen’s Ranger Author: Stephen Brumwell.

Amongst other papers which might be particularly noticed are the Orderly Book of Sir William Howe at Boston and Halifax, from 17 June,to 26 May, (see page 41 of this report); an Army List of the British, Foreign, and Provincial troops serving under Clinton, printed at New York by Macdonald and Cameron in ; a set of coroner's.

Published: J Copyright © The New York Times. Created Date: 8/30/ PM. Ferd. John Paris to Robert Hunter Morris. Will advance the money for bringing on the N.J Line Bill. Note of Mr. Morris answer on back. Original.Jan Ferd. John Paris to Robert Hunter Morris.

Asks for Book of New Jersey Evidence. Original. May John Pownall, Sec. to the Lords of Trade, to Robert Hunter Morris. THE PENNSYLVANIA LEDGER OR THE WEEKLY ADVERTISER, Philadelphia, Jan. 14, * Revolutionary War Tory original * Rare Pro British issue from America * Battle of Bennington & much more This was a Tory newspaper published in Philadelphia when the British occupied the city.

It began in and ended when the British evacuated the city in May of. To reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID) in New York City, all NYPL locations are temporarily closed until further notice.

Learn more and find out about remote access for Library services. Click to visit the main New York Public Library Homepage. Full text of "French policy and the American Alliance of " See other formats.

Published: Copyright © The New York Times. Created Date: 8/30/ PM. New York City on August 4, after a four-month trip around Cape Horn. The letter was postmarked as a ship letter in New York on August 6 with seven c ents postage due for the two ce nts ship fee plus five cents postage.

This letter, consisting of personal news, was written by missionary Orpha Lankton Carter to her parents back east. Between May and April a new French language magazine for schools was published in Dublin by William Whitestone and distributed to his network of country booksellers.

The Magazin à la mode was a monthly periodical aimed at those learning French or perfecting their knowledge of the language. In format it closely resembled the literary periodicals of the day, Walker’s .The Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWVis No. 16 in Johann Sebastian Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier Book I, keyboard music consisting of 24 preludes and fugues in every major and minor key.

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