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An eulogy on the honourable Thomas Russell, Esq.

An eulogy on the honourable Thomas Russell, Esq.

late president of the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America ... who died at Boston, April 8, 1796 : delivered, May 4, 1796, before the several societies to which he belonged

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Sweetser, corner of Wing"s-lane in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russell, Thomas, -- 1740-1796

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDr. Warren"s eulogy on the honourable Thomas Russell, Esq., Monody on the death of the Honourable Thomas Russell, Esq. ...
    Statementby John Warren.
    ContributionsPaine, Robert Trent, 1773-1811.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[5]-31, 3 p.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17814697M
    OCLC/WorldCa18211400

    Only a man that the entire community respected and trusted could have welcomed any new family, such as ours, into the district and receive such an immediate response of support. Buxton, another captain of Cambridge University, captained the team till his death in South match took place inAlfred Mynn making and Whilst there he published scientific papers on the unusual sexual practices of Caribbean cocoa and also pried into the private lives of several less familiar tropical crops including the star-fruit and tree cucumber. However, as time wept on, there were more successful developments, and after a long tenure the Moss Lane fields were deserted, and a new ground acquired where now stands the Botanical Gardens, almost within a stone's-throw of the present occupation. His mode of delivering the ball was very singular.

    Still loves the man best he has licked before. Strutt, Mr W. The first publication of the remaining essays I have not been able to find. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Author: Poetry of Phillis Wheatly Type: Poetry Views: Sponsored Links WHILE deep you mourn beneath the cypress-shade The hand of Death, and your dear daughter laid In dust, whose absence gives your tears to flow, And racks your bosom with incessant woe, Let Recollection take a tender part, Assuage the raging tortures of your heart, Still the wild tempest of tumultuous grief, And pour the heav'nly nectar of relief: Suspend the sigh, dear Sir, and check the groan, Divinely bright your daughter's Virtues shone: How free from scornful pride her gentle mind, Which ne'er its aid to indigence declin'd! Jan October 29, at am Reply Thanks, Jan.

    However, loyal supporters stuck to the county gallantly, and by the aid of the Hon. Essex is now very fortunate in having a young lot of players who should be of service to the county for many years to come. Madison corrected by Himself. A reprint of Gideon's edition of


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An eulogy on the honourable Thomas Russell, Esq. book

Danvers, Mass. Indeed, so good was the attack in the second venture of Surrey that balls were sent down for 40 runs from the bat. Mr Amherst was the gentleman who arranged all the Kent matches, just the same as Mr W.

Wall of Wigan; J. That these circulated pre First Folio and were preserved seems rather telling. White, E. Sabin's Dictionary of Books relating to America. Grace in Derby, the champion playing for the United Eleven against Sixteen of the County, who won by 13 wickets.

Why is not the Basse eulogy from the 1640 Folio evidence of Stratford authorship?

Fitzgerald, Esq. AS this fam'd Progress these great Hero's take, Blaz'd by the hasty flights, that rumours make; Who thus to London with swift joyes resort, And fair Bonduca with glad tydings court. When he was appointed secretary the roll of members was less thanbut at the present time there are over paying subscribers, and the numbers are daily increasing.

Barlow, too, was a great power, possessing all-round ability that for many years kept him in the forefront of professional cricketers. He played his first match at Lord's in Convenient Location. They played home and home matches with Surrey, and visited Lord's to meet the M.

We could only ponder the exposed hypocrisy.

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