funeral oration occasioned by the death of General George Washington

written at the request of the Boston Mechanic Association and delivered before them, on the 22d of Feb. 1800 by Joseph Tuckerman

Publisher: Printed by Manning & Loring in Boston

Written in English
Published: Pages: 24 Downloads: 353
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  • Washington, George, 1732-1799 -- Death and burial.,
  • Funeral orations.

Edition Notes

Statementby Joseph Tuckerman.
ContributionsToner, Joseph M. 1825-1896, former owner., Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress), Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE312.63 .T89
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7004902M
LC Control Number09003593

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Thus wrote John Page three weeks after the death of George Wythe in Richmond on June 8, 1 Less than a year and a half had elapsed since a "numerous concourse" of Jeffersonian Republicans had gathered at the Washington Tavern in the capital on March 4, , to celebrate the second inauguration of Thomas Jefferson as the President of the. What I most enjoyed about this book is that it gave a generally interdisciplinary discussion of this great funeral oration by touching on the influences of the 19th century rural cemetery movement, the Transcendentalist movement, the Greek Revival movement, as well as the influences of the 19th century American abolitionist minister Theodore Cited by: A Funeral Eulogy occasioned by the Death of General Washington, delivered Febru , before the New York State Society of the Cin- cinnati 8vo. New York, 15 Morris, Gouverneur. An Oration upon the Death of General Washington, deUvered Thirty-first Day of December, 8vo. Washington RelatedRare George Washingon Memorial Newspaper Containing the Famous Historic “Funeral Oration by Major Henry Lee”January 16 & 20, Dated Federal Period, TWO (2) Contemporary Black Bordered Newspapers in Mourning of The Death of George Washington, both combined containing the full historic text of “Funeral Oration by Major Henry Lee.

  I've posted earlier about the November death of Philip Hamilton in a duel with George I. Eacker. Philip's dramatic death triggered a flurry of highly politicized press coverage. Federalist newspapers painted Philip as a boyish victim of a seasoned lawyer who was unable to look past a youthful teasing. In contrast, Republican newspapers claimed that Philip . Full text of "A discourse occasioned by the death of Col. James Morrison that the Rev: Mr Hoiley, President of this Institution^ be requested to deliver a suitable Funeral Oration on the above oc- casion.

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Extensive Archive of George Washington Eulogies. This marvelous collection of eulogies of George Washington includes twenty-seven different eulogies, discourses, sermons, and orations on the death of President George Washington, delivered in December and in January and February A funeral oration on the death of Zachary Taylor, late President of the United States: delivered by request of the City Council, Charlestown, July 31st, Contributor Names Thompson, Benjamin, Charlestown (Boston, Mass.).

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A few months after the general’s death an inscription was proposed for his grave, but never implemented: EXETER, November The following was designed to be inscribed on General POOR’s Grave stone, at Hackinsack.

To the Memory of ENOCH POOR,’ Citizen of the State of NEW-HAMPSHIRE, Brigadier-General in the Army of the UNITED.