5 edition of Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster"s speech, from William Jay. found in the catalog.
December 20, 2005 by Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library .
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NELSON LETTER BOOK. 25 NELSON LETTER BOOK. WiimuM NELSON, the father of General Thomas Nelson, was the chief merchant at Yorktown before the Revolution. His letter book is preserved at the Episcopal Seminary, near Alexandria. The following extracts are of historic value: To Edward Hunt, Esq., & Son. "Mr. Gwatkin, who delivered me your Letter of. Dr. William Stuart Nelson, 81, former dean of the School of Religion and retired vice president for special projects at Howard University, died Saturday at Carroll Manor in Hyattsville.
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Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster's speech, from William Jay. by William Jay (page images at HathiTrust) Selections from the speeches and writings of prominent men in the United States: on the subject of abolition and agitation, and in favor of the compromise measures of the last session of Congress, addressed to the.
Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster's speech by Jay, William, () Letter to Hon. Fessenden, senator of the United States, from James Gallatin, of New-York: the proposed United States banking system, and further issues of.
[Nelson's letter book is preserved at the Episcopal Seminary in Alexandria, Va. Extracts from his letter book appear in the Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart., Julyan his will is reprinted in R. Page, Gencal. of the Page Family in Va., (2nd ed., ).
See also: Wm. Meade, Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Va. (), vol. Jackson, William S., fl. Essay on the rights of government, An () available in print. Jackson, William, Views of slavery, in its effects on the wealth, population, and character of nations () Jagger, William.
Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster's speech, from William Jay. (New York: W. Harned, ), by William Jay (page images at HathiTrust) Eulogy on the character and services of the late Daniel Webster: pronounced at the request of the Select and Common councils of the city of Philadelphia, Janu / by William H.
Allen. William Jay and the constitutional movement for the abolition of slavery by Bayard Tuckerman (Book); William Jay: abolitionist and anticolonialist by Stephen P Budney (); The true Christian patriot, a discourse on the virtues and public services of the late Judge Jay: delivered before the American Peace Society by George B Cheever ().
Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Clay's Compromise. 22 p. Jay, William. Reply to Remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, late of Andover Theological Seminary, on Hon. John Jay, and an Examination of his Scriptural Exegesis, Contained in his Recent Pamphlet Entitles, "Conscience and the Constitution." Speech of Mr.
Webster on Mr. In Judge Jay addressed a letter to William Nelson, on Clay's compromise measures; and this was followed by a review of Mr. Webster's declaration that slavery was excluded from California and New Mexico by the law of physical geography.
7th of March speech, and of his address at the laying of the corner stone.f the addition to the capitl, July 4,of the pamphlets about Mr. Webster the most important are Professor Moses Stuart's "Coanscience and Constitution." William Jay's letter on the 7th of March speech to Hon.
William Nelson, and the letter of S. Graham, of Northampton. An Address Delivered at Mt. Kisco, Westchester County, New York, on the 4th of July,the Eighty-Fifth Anniversary of American Independence / Jay, John --  The American Tract Society, Withdrawal from, by the Hon.
Judge Jay, on the Ground of its Alliance with the Slave Power / Jay, William --  Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on. William Nelson may refer to. William Nelson (athlete) (born ), American steeplechaser William Nelson (governor) (–), American Colonial governor of Virginia and father of William Nelson (judge) William Nelson (judge) (), American soldier, politician, law professor and judge William Nelson, great-grandfather of Horatio Nelson; William Nelson (MP), Member of Parliament.
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$ $ shipping How We Are Governed A Book For The Young. GOVAN MBEKI, Umkhonto we Sizwe: You can't say to the judge, "You can do what you damn well want to do," which was the effect of what Nelson had put in his original draft.
And then I introduced my. The Seventh of March Speech March 7, Mr. President, - I wish to speak to-day, not as a Massachusetts man, nor as a Northern man, but as an American, and a member of the Senate of the United States.
It is fortunate that there is a Senate of the United States; a body not yet moved from its propriety, not lost to a just sense of its own. Nelson Letter Book is an article from The William and Mary Quarterly, Volume 7. View more articles from The William and Mary this article on.
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In his dual careers as lawyer and politician, he had demonstrated his skill with commemorative addresses, speeches in the House of Representatives, and arguments before the. Elizabeth Nelson, born aboutmarried aboutJohn Roweles West. William Nelson, Jr., born in married first Catherine Fox and secondly Martha Whiting Shield.
(Ref: Genealogy of the Page Family of Virginia) Eldest son and child of Governor Thomas Nelson, Jr., Signer of the Declaratin of Indepence, also buried in this cemetery. Clarence William Nelson II (born Septem ) is an American attorney and politician who served as a United States Senator from Florida from to A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served in the Florida House of Representatives from to and in the United States House of Representatives from to In Januaryhe became the second sitting member.
Nelson - The New Letters, edited by Colin White, presents around of the most important letters uncovered during the course of the epic Nelson Letters Project, a five year search of archives throughout the world.
Dating from and including the earliest extant Nelson letter, this collection shows us both Nelson the officer and Nelson the private man, and, uniquely/5(1). Nelson, William H Jr. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in Items of particular interest include a March 2,letter from John Jay to Governor George Clinton criticizing the New York Constitution for its toleration of Jews, a letter from Arthur Lee to Richard Henry Lee, Februgiving his version of the "Silas Deane Affair," a letter from Baron de Bache [William Lee] to Arthur Lee.
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