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Fourth of July oration. 1802.

Emerson, William

Fourth of July oration. 1802.

by Emerson, William

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Published by Directors of the Old South Work in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fourth of July orations.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Rev. William Emerson. Delivered at Faneuil Hall, Boston, July 5, 1802.
    SeriesOld South leaflets. [General series., v. 6] no. 134
    ContributionsThacher, Samuel Cooper, 1785-1818.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE173 .O44 vol. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6629600M
    LC Control Number20020801
    OCLC/WorldCa5927781

    In "A July Fourth Oration ()", the anonymous writer showed that he/ she was against slavery and for women's rights. True In Notes on the State of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson expressed his belief that, although it would take some time, blacks would eventually become equal citizens in . An Oration, delivered on the Fourth of July, , at St. Paul’s Church, before the Young Men of the City of New-York, Assembled to commemorate Their National Independence. New-York: Printed by M‘Lean & Lang, First Edition. 22, [2(blank)]pp. 7¾ x 5 inches. Removed; light foxing; expert tissue mend to spine; Very Good. [].

      Frederick Douglass July 5, The following is an excerpt from an oration delivered at the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society. Douglass delivered a speech that took aim at the pieties of the nation — the cherished memories of its revolution, its principles of liberty, and its moral and religious foundation. Summary: A biography of Frederick Douglass and an analysis of his "Fourth of July Oration" in , which showed Douglass's commitment to individual rights for the speech, Douglass praised America's accomplishments, but said it is an injustice that not all Americans receive its blessings. For slaves, July 4 represents the injustices they endure.

    An Oration Pronounced July 4, , at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the Anniversary of American Independence. Printed in Boston by Manning & Loring in John Lowell [] was a lawyer, selectman, jurist, delegate to the Congress of the Confederation and federal judge. Subject: Fourth of July Sub-subjects. Fourth of July orations › (1 works) Fourth of July orations (6 works) Fourth of July orations. [from old catalog] (1 works) (show all 19 subjects) Books under this subject. Oration delivered at Washington, July .


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The oration was meant as a Mormon "declaration of independence" against "mobocrats" and Anti-Mormon his speech, Rigdon. Daniel Webster July 4th Oration. [NOTE: Daniel Webster () was born during the Founding Era, graduated from Dartmouth and served in the U.S. House and U.S.

Senate, and as U.S. Secretary of State. An oration pronounced July 5,at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston / by Rev. William Emerson --Ode for the anniversary of American independence, July 4th, / by a citizen of Boston.

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Sherman, Subject Headings. Newly Discovered Fourth of July Oration by the Illustrious Orator and Statesman, Daniel Webster; Delivered at Fryeburg, Me., in the Yearand Now. John Leland, born in Grafton, Massachusetts, served for a while in Virginia and then back in was part of his 4th of July oration Disdain mean suspicion, but cherish manly jealousy; be always jealous of your liberty, your rights.

A July Fourth Oration ()-celebarates equality-paints america as a catalyst for revolutions across europe-harshly criticizes slavery - as against declaration of independence-"the equality of man is the bound of our union and the constituted law of the land". This (excerpted) Fourth of July oration, delivered in before the civic leaders of Boston, is guided by a single idea and purpose: to convey the importance of implementing and expanding more and better public education.

Review the stages in Mann’s argument. How and why does he move to the call for public education. Oration at Hanover, N.H. (July 4, ) Webster's first notable public address, given in celebration of the Fourth of July. Webster was invited to address the public by the town of Hanover while still a Dartmouth student of only 18 years of age.

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Colaiaco's Frederick Douglass and the Fourth of July should stir you out of complacency. It is a meticulously researched meditation on the epic life. Fourth of July Oration HORACE MANN Not everyone in the new Republic was confident that the Spirit of and our life of ordered liberty would be safely preserved and perpetuated to posterity.

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Nothing less than the birth of a nation, nothing less than the emancipation of three millions of people, from the degrading chains of. Fourth of July Oration () Frederick Douglass [The brilliance and oratorical power of this famous former slave and astute abolitionist is manifest in this address.

His eloquent first-hand account, from the perspective of a 19th Century African-American citizen, of the incongruity. Fourth of July Oration.

Delivered at Hancock July 4 th Mr. President & Friends, We have met to celebrate the 84 th Anniversary of our National Independence. We celebrate a day fraught with interest not only to ourselves, but the whole civilized world.

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Also, An account of the proceedings in Seekonk (the ancient Rehoboth) at the celebration of the day, completing two hundred and sixteen years.