3 edition of Constitutions of Tammany Society or Columbian Order. found in the catalog.
Parentheses substituted for square brackets enclosing Printed by John Harrisson. Dated [1793?] by Bristol; the American Antiquarian Society has a ms. inscription with that date.Signatures: [A]þ́.Bristol B8487.Shipton & Mooney 46885.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 46885)
|Statement||(Printed by John Harrisson.)|
|Publishers||(Printed by John Harrisson.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 46885.|
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In 1790, due to the influence of John Pintard, the Society established a museum with a library and American artifacts; its holdings were eventually dispersed.
Clinton, on account of a charge which the latter had given against him in some proceedings growing out of the affair. This mean that the Hall dismissed immigrants such as the Irish and Germans, although the Germans were more politically averse. Dear Sir : I regret extremely that, owing to my ab- sence in Albany, I did not receive until this morning the invitation of the Tammany Society to take part in the ceremonies it purposes to observe in celebrating the ap- proaching anniversary of our national independence.
Do not her satraps swing their batons over the South?
131 was no other person than the venerable and worthy Gulian C. It was officially organized under a constitution in 1789. " So many societies had been formed, under the names of St.
JPEG use copy available via the World Wide Web. 173 and 175 Washing- ton street. Its name derived from that of Tammanend, a Delaware Indian chief, and it was also known as the "Society of Tammany, or Columbian Order" and as "Tammany Hall. Fort Neck, June 29, 1867. mittee of Defense, and, repairing in a body to the forts, voluntarily performed this patriotic labor.
The Irish immigrants, unlike the Germans that preceded them, already spoke the English language and were similarly adverse to the rule of England. Her greenbacks count for no more than yours.
Do not her satraps swing their batons over the South? Wilson New York: Anderson Galleries, 1925.
6, 1 July 1790 — 30 November 1790, ed.
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