A Sermon on 2 Chron vi 41 preached November 19 1828 at the dedication of the Pleasant Street Church in PortsmouthA Sermon on 2 Chron vi 41 preached November 19 1828 at the dedication of the Pleasant Street Church in Portsmouth

1 de John B. Law rence To chr . ; with the effec . reganos of the authon می گیر SERMON PREACHED NOVEMBER 19 , 1828 , AT THE DEDICATION OF THE PLEASANT STREET CHURCH IN PORTSMOUTH . BY ISRAEL W PUTNAM , PASTOR OF THE FIRST CHURCH .

Author: Israel Warburton PUTNAM


ISBN: BL:A0021926030


Page: 24

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Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson

AJ to Lewis , June 22 , 1828 , Jackson - Lewis Papers , NYPL . 92. Nicholas Trist to Donelson , October 19 , 1828 , Donelson Papers , LC . 93. William Rives to W. Gilmer , September 25 , 1828 , Rives Papers , LC ; Van Buren to B.H. ...

Author: Robert V. Remini

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421413297


Page: 504

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Volume Three covers Jackson's reelection to the presidency and the weighty issues with which he was faced: the nullification crisis, the tragic removal of the Indians beyond the Mississippi River, the mounting violence throughout the country over slavery, and the tortuous efforts to win the annexation of Texas.

Fire and the SpiritsFire and the Spirits

A Resolution passed on November 19 , 1828. Business requirements of editor of the Cherokee Phoenix plus statement of additional duties as follows ( 1 ) " to withold ... scurrilous communications which ... excite and irritate personal ...

Author: Rennard Strickland

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806116196


Page: 272

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Volume 133 in The Civilization of the Americas Series This book traces the emergency of the Cherokee system of laws from the ancient spirit decrees to the fusion of tribal law ways with Anglo-American law. The Cherokees enacted their first written law in 1808 in Georgia. In succeeding years the leaders and tribal councils of the southeastern and Oklahoma groups wrote a constitution, established courts, and enacted laws that were in accord with the old tribal values but reflected and accommodated to the whites' legal system. Thanks to the great gift of Sequoyah-his syllabary-the Cherokees were well versed in their laws, able to read and interpret them from a very early time. The system served the people well. It endured until 1898, when the federal government abolished the tribal government. The author provides a brief review of Cherokee history and explains the circumstances surrounding the stages of development of the legal system. Excerpts from editorials in the Cherokee Phoenix and the Cherokee Advocate, letters, and tribal documents give added insight into the problems the Cherokees faced and their efforts to resolve them. Of particular interest is a series of charts explaining the complex Cherokee spirit system of crimes (or "deviations") and the punishments meted out for them. A legal historian of Osage and Cherokee heritage, Rennard Strickland is considered a pioneer in introducing Indian law into university curriculum. He has written and edited more than 35 books and is frequently cited by courts and scholars for his work as revision editor in chief of the Handbook of Federal Indian Law. Strickland has been involved in the resolution of a number of significant Indian cases. He was the founding director of the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy at the University of Oklahoma. He is the first person to have served both as president of the Association of American Law Schools and as chair of the Law School Admissions Council. He is also the only person to have received both the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) Award and the American Bar Association's Spirit of Excellence Award. Strickland was the dean of the law school from 1997 to 2002.

Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of VirginiaJournal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia

... Patrick November 19 , 1828 , Madison November 21 , 1928 , Louisa January 12 , 1829 , King George May 18 , 1830 , Orange December 20 , 1830 , Prince Edward March 1 , 1831 , Tyler March 22 , 1831 , Frederick July 30 , 1831 , Harrison ...

Author: Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates


ISBN: NYPL:33433014925543



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Abstracts from Norfolk City Marriage Bonds 1797 1850 Abstracts from Norfolk City Marriage Bonds 1797 1850

November 19, 1828— -William C. Ryan and Miss Elizabeth S. Wood. Charles D. Wood, security. November 20, 1828 — Bailey Adams and Miss Susan Hargrove. Robert B. Stark, security. Note: The above copule were married ...

Author: George Holbert Tucker

Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com

ISBN: 9780806351155


Page: 268

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Families of Antrim, New Hampshire comprises the second half of W. R. Cochrane's centennial history of the town, in which the compiler endeavored to record the genealogy, however fragmentary, of every family born or associated with Antrim from 1777 to the time of the book's publication in 1880. Many of the genealogies, it should be noted, span the town's 100-year history to 1877 and/or are replete with biographical information on their subjects. Arranged alphabetically by surname, the sketches number nearly 1,000.

Prince of DarknessPrince of Darkness

Freedom's Journal, November 14, 1828. 29. Commercial Advertiser, June 24, 1828. 30. Commercial Advertiser, June 19, 1828. 31. New York Evening Post, June 21, 1828; New York Morning Courier, June 23, 1828; Commercial Advertiser, June 24, ...

Author: Shane White

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9781466880719


Page: 320

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In the middle decades of the nineteenth century Jeremiah G. Hamilton was a well-known figure on Wall Street. Cornelius Vanderbilt, America's first tycoon, came to respect, grudgingly, his one-time opponent. The day after Vanderbilt's death on January 4, 1877, an almost full-page obituary on the front of the National Republican acknowledged that, in the context of his Wall Street share transactions, "There was only one man who ever fought the Commodore to the end, and that was Jeremiah Hamilton." What Vanderbilt's obituary failed to mention, perhaps as contemporaries already knew it well, was that Hamilton was African American. Hamilton, although his origins were lowly, possibly slave, was reportedly the richest colored man in the United States, possessing a fortune of $2 million, or in excess of two hundred and $50 million in today's currency. In Prince of Darkness, a groundbreaking and vivid account, eminent historian Shane White reveals the larger than life story of a man who defied every convention of his time. He wheeled and dealed in the lily white business world, he married a white woman, he bought a mansion in rural New Jersey, he owned railroad stock on trains he was not legally allowed to ride, and generally set his white contemporaries teeth on edge when he wasn't just plain outsmarting them. An important contribution to American history, Hamilton's life offers a way into considering, from the unusual perspective of a black man, subjects that are usually seen as being quintessentially white, totally segregated from the African American past.

The Catalogue of the Public Library of VictoriaThe Catalogue of the Public Library of Victoria

November 23 , 1831 . " British Traveller , and Commercial and Law Gazette . " August 16 , 17 , 1832 . " Record . " February 15 , 1828 ; August 16 , 1832 . " Morning Post . " Nov. 19 , 1828 ; Nov. 4 , 1831 ; Nov. 19 , 1832 ; Feb.

Author: Public Library, Museums, and National Gallery (Vic.)


ISBN: ONB:+Z29024940X


Page: 1088

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John ForsythJohn Forsyth

{245} Executive Minutes, November 7, 1827, 396, GDAH; Augusta Constitutionalist, November 13, 1827. ... {252} John Forsyth to Wilson Lumpkin, November 19, 1828, “Governors' Letter Book,” 585, GDAH; John Forsyth to Wilson Lumpkin, ...

Author: Dr. Alvin Laroy Duckett

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 9781787204089


Page: 261

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First published in 1962, this is a biography of John Forsyth (1780-1841), who was Governor of Georgia and Secretary of State under both Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. Alvin Laroy Duckett chronicles Forsyth’s achievements portraying him as one of Georgia’s most versatile and accomplished politicians. Forsyth was elected Attorney General of Georgia at the age of 28, the first public office he held. He went on to serve as U.S. Representative, Senator, and as a Minister to Spain. He was a leader among a group of southern republicans that helped to win the presidency for Andrew Jackson. Forsyth fought nullification, oversaw the government’s response to the Amistad case, and led the pro-removal reply to the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Though he worked primarily at the federal level, Forsyth also contributed greatly to the development of Georgia during his career.