2 edition of Letter of Mr. E.K. Smart, of Maine, to his constituents. found in the catalog.
Letter of Mr. E.K. Smart, of Maine, to his constituents.
E. K. Smart
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 20429|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||97103922|
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Smart, Ephraim Knight: Speech of Hon. Smart, of Maine, in Defence of the North Against the Charge of Aggression Upon the South, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Ap Washington: Congressional Globe.
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and Messrs. Smart of Pembroke and John French of Eastport, for the defendant. Leighton was bound over in the sum of $ on each warrant, to appear before the grand jury at Macliias, at the October term. Pending decision by the court the bridge has been rebuilt.
Leighton, by his action, has rendered him aelf amenable to the Federal laws by de. Ma i n e S Letter of Mr. E.K. Smart u t h, p re se n t E m i l e K r a c i k w i t h 2 0 7 ’ s B e st A w a rd f o r C o mmu n i t y S e rvi ce. M a i n e W e st – E l i za b e th S o fi n e of Maine - (A. H a u g a n) O n b e h a l f o f t h e B o a rd o f E d u ca t i o n, D r.
Smart, E.K. "Speech of Hon. E.K. Smart, of Maine, in Defence of the North Against the Charge of Aggression Upon the South.
Delivered in the House of Representatives, Ap " 7: Smith, Gerrit. "Gerrit Smith's Constitutional Argument. Page Two Rockland Courier-Gazette, Saturday, June 7, T Every-Other-Day The Courier-Gazette THREE-TIMES-A-WEEK Rockland. Me. June 7. Personally appeared Frank 8. Lyddle, who on oath declared that lie is Pressman In the office of The Courier-Gazette, and that of the Issue of this paper of June '»,there was printed a total of copios.
Before me, FRANK R MILLER. Voted, That The Colonial Society of Massachusetts gratefully accepts the gift of ten thousand dollars made to said Society by Thomas Minns and Joseph S. Kendall, surviving executors of the will of Robert Charles Billings, from the remainder of the estate distributed by them in accordance with the terms of said will and a decree of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts dated April 1, Speech of Hon.
Smart, of Maine, in Defence of the North Against the Charge of Aggression Upon the South: Delivered in the House of Representatives, Ap (Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe office, ), by E.
Smart. multiple formats at. TiHE GARNETT LETTERS-THE FIRST LETTER.-Mr. Botts is requested to "define his Position."-He does it, greatly to the Disgust of ye Traitors.-He shows the Illegality of the Action of the Sate Legislature of Virginia.-He quotes Mr. Johnson's Record to show what his Policy is, or should be, rather.-He analyzes the Sequel to the great Southern Strike.
D ISPOSAL OF BOOKS - MAINE EAST AND SOUTH LIBRARIES - (M. P re ssl e r/ B. C o l l i n s) R e c o m m e n d a ti o n: T h a t t h e B o a rd o f E d u ca t i o n g i ve s p e rmi ssi o n t o t h e Ma i n e E a st a n d Ma i n e S o u t h L I b ra ri e s t o d i sp o se o f o u t d a t e d.
To His Excellency Mr. Huntington, President of Congress. Passy, March 4, Sir: Agreeably to the order of Congress, I have employed one of the best artists here in cutting the dies for the medal intended for M.
de price of such work is beyond my expectation, being a thousand livres for each die. ALS signed “A. Lincoln,” one page, xSpringfield, Novemwritten on the lower half of a letter to him from Martin Bishop.
Before his letter to Lincoln, Bishop has. D-1) noted. Ed looks at the moon and sees a bunny rabbit. Ed, too, defies the stereotypes, not only because of his intelligence, but because he shares so many traits with Shelly Tambo, the ditsy yet smart blond with the child-like innocence.
Ed, an orphan, has a strong affinity for his. Henry H. Edes communicated a letter dated Williamsburg, Virginia, 1 June,written by John Augustine Washington to his wife. A younger brother of George Washington, John Augustine Washington was born 13 January,and died early in 1 He married Hannah Bushrod, a daughter of Colonel John Bushrod of Westmoreland County.
1 Smith did indeed write to Lincoln. His letter of J is in this collection. At all events, your friends — myself the humblest — are much gratified that you write nothing for publication.
The “cacoethes scribendi” 2 killed Mr. Clay. For God's sake — I say it reverently — do not let it kill you. For a quarter of a century or more Mr. Wallace was identified with the history of the Great Lakes, and for quite the same length of time has his name been associated with some of the leading business enterprises of St.
Joseph. He was born March 7,in Dundee, Scotland. 7, People. said YES. They all gave to the I Colby Alumni Fund. T hanks to all of you, as of June 30 we raised $1,in unrestricted dollars for the College.
That letter-book belongs to my mother, who is a descendant of Josiah Marshall. It is a pleasure to send these letters out to the Pacific Northwest where they originated.
Josiah Marshall was born in Bellerica, Massachusetts, in His father was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary army, and he was ninth in descent from a captain in Oliver.
Mr. Ellis relates another incident of his life among the Indians. He came to an Indian camp near Quasqueton on his way to Ft. Atkinson and had to spend the night in the camp.
Unfortunately nearly all of the Indians were drunk and insisted on killing every one.A. from C. W. Fitch, Acting Director of Exhibits, Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago.
Mr. Fitch stated in this letter that all medical exhibits would be^ cfined to 0thosethings which were recommended by the scientific advisory committee, which, in turn, was appointed by the American Medical Association.In a second open letter to the UK Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice dated December 4, the Doctors for Assange collective warned that the UK’s “refusal to take the required measures to protect Mr Assange’s rights, health and dignity appears [to] be reckless at best and deliberate at worst and, in both cases, unlawfully and.