4 edition of Address by Hon. Edward Everett: delivered in Faneuil Hall, October 19, 1864 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cornell University Library|
|Publishers||Cornell University Library|
|LC Classifications||January 1, 1864|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Text of the Gettysburg Address Shortly after Everett's well-received remarks, Lincoln spoke for only a few minutes.
Early's heels, when that gentleman has his hands full.by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy page images at HathiTrust• A protracted illness followed, which included a vesicular rash and was diagnosed as a mild case of smallpox. "then an eighteen-year-old school teacher, was present and heard the speech. It is not the creature of State legislatures; nay, more, if the whole truth must be told, the people brought it into existence, established it, 1864 have hitherto supported it, for the very purpose, amongst others, of imposing certain salutary restraints on State sovereignties.
For the Campaign Dial, the timing of the establishment of this political beachhead was ideal. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, October 12, 1837, a son of James Kent and a grandson of Dr.
who died at the age of ten years ; William, who died when twenty years of age; James, who died at the age of twenty-one years; Lewis D. One of these was a lecture on 'The Effect of Slavery on the American People'. The children were reared in that place, which consisted of 12,000 inhabitants, and there they were given excellent educational advantages and fitted in other ways for the practical duties of life.
Commencing the battle of life in a strange country where he spoke a foreign language, he has, by dint of thrift and industry surmounted every obstacle, and is today one of the substantial and much-esteemed citizens of the city. Academic Committee, John Masefield, and Gilbert Murray page images at HathiTrust; US access only•reprinted from the New York Tribune, Sept. Everett, Edward, 1794-1865:also by United States.
Low Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML• Everett, Edward, 1794-1865: page images at HathiTrust• Why does he not tell us whether he believes we have had 'four years of failure? Hinman and Colton Storm page images at HathiTrust• Subcommittee on Government Management page images at HathiTrust• Matching folds are still evident on the two pages, suggesting it could be the copy that eyewitnesses say Lincoln took from his coat pocket and read at the ceremony.
Early's heels, when that gentleman has his hands full," the cartoonist implies that General McClellan's military record is devoid of any comparable distinction.
, November 20, 1856, a son of William and Nora Everett, the former of whom died in that State in January, 1893, the latter still surviving him.