1 edition of Discourse on Edward Everett found in the catalog.
Microfiche (negative) Louisville [Ky.] Lost Cause Press, 1977. 2 sheets. 10.5 x 14.8 cm. ([Selected Americana from Sabins Dictionary ... ])Sabin 31215
|Statement||Press of G. C. Rand & Avery|
|Publishers||Press of G. C. Rand & Avery|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Selected Americana from Sabins Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 31215|
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Specific material designation microfiche Stock number A99,776-A99,777 System control number OCoLC 23226793 Data from Our patriot scholar : discourse in memory of Edward Everett, at vespers, in the Church of the Messiah, Sunday, January 22, by Samuel Osgood. Quoted in Edward Everett: Unionist Orator Ronald F. In the summer heat, Governor Andrew Curtain faced a pressing need to identify and bury the dead. Most widely held works about Edward Everett• Everett's fame as an orator, and occasioned his nomination and election to a seat in the National Congress, the beginning of his political career.
Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. After a year in the pulpit, he decided that he preferred scholarship to the ministry and accepted a faculty appointment in Greek literature at Harvard.
Ann Kaplan, and Michael Sprinker. I sup pose there was never an oration, spoken on a similar occasion and to such an audience, which affected so powerfully the sensibilities of those who heard it. Edited by Roman de la Campa, E. I am pleased to know that, in your judgment, the little that I did say was not entirely a failure. " When the armies withdrew from the field after the carnage at Gettysburg, they left behind a hellish scene: 8,000 human corpses and 5,000 dead horses strewn across the Pennsylvania fields.
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Then followed in constant succession, interrupted only by his four-years' residence abroad, an astonish ing number of. e will find both organise and organize. During his 40-year career as professor, diplomat, and statesman, he had consistently dazzled audiences with his brilliant oratory.
Orators, not of this age and country only, but of all time.
The vast assembly was fused together in one emotion.
" Lincoln sent an immediate and gracious response: "In our respective parts yesterday, you could not have been excused to make a short address, nor I a long one.