3 edition of A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington. found in the catalog.
A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington.
|Statement||By Abraham Wood.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39131.|
|The Physical Object|
Her elegy “On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, ” gained her instant recognition in England as well as in the colonies. Sending this elegy along with a cover letter to Selina. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Corderius americanus a discourse on the good education of children, &c. &c. delivered at the funeral of Ezekiel Cheever, principal of the Latin School in Boston, who died, August, , in the ninety-fourth year of his age, with an elegy and an epitaph /.
Elegy on the death of Mrs. Dickinson, the event was communicated at the seashore, pg. Elegy on the destruction of the trees occasioned by the icicles the 17 th of January , pg. Elegy the third, Tears of friendship, pg. Epigram to Fidelia, pg. Epistle to General Washington, pg. Epistle – To Lucius, pg. James Wolfe (2 January – 13 September ) was a British Army officer known for his training reforms and remembered chiefly for his victory in over the French at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in Quebec as a major son of a distinguished general, Edward Wolfe, he received his first commission at a young age and saw extensive service in Europe Buried: St Alfege Church, Greenwich.
Great Seal; and this small memorial image printed as the frontspiece to Benjamin Trumbull's funeral elegy on the death of Washington, entitled The Majesty and Mortality of Created Gods, published in New Haven, Connecticut in The likeness of Washington is based on Joseph Wright's profile engraving of then President Washington. A Funeral Elegy, on the Revd. and Renowned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. Who Departed This Life at Newbury-Port, on Sabbath Morning the 30th day of September, Æt. Boston: [John Kneeland and Seth Adams], Rich, Elisa. A Poem on the Late Distress of the Town of Boston.
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A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington. Adapted to the 22d of February. Contributor Names Wood, Abraham (composer) Created / Published Boston, printed by Thomas & Andrews, Subject Headings. A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington: Adapted to the 22d of February [Abraham Wood] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Abraham Wood.
Abraham Wood ( ) A Funeral Elegy on the Death of General George Washington Transcribed for strings and narrator by Mark Bailey American Baroque Orchestra Mark Bailey, artistic director.
Get this from a library. A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington: Adapted to the 22d of February. [Abraham Wood]. A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington: Adapted to the 22d of February. By Abraham Wood. A funeral oration on the death of George Washington late president & commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America, who departed this life at Mount Vernon in Virginia, on the 14th of Dec.in the 68th year of his age: delivered at the request of Congress / by: Lee, Henry, Wood also wrote “A Hymn For Peace” (published in by William Billings) and “A Funeral Elegy on the Death of General George Washington.
His book Divine Hymns of sets texts by hymnodist Joseph Hart. –Christie Finn. Get this from a library. An eulogy on General George Washington: written at the request of the inhabitants of Marblehead, and delivered before them on the second day of January, A.D.
[Joseph Story; Joseph M Toner]. An Eulogy on the Life of General George Washington; George Richards, ed., Hymns and Odes, Composed on the Death of Gen. George Washington; Mason Locke Weems, A History of the Life and Death, Virtues, and Exploits of General George Washington; Sarah Wood, Julia and the Illuminated Baron.
Book/Printed Material A funeral elegy, on the Revd. And renowned George Whitefield, chaplain to the right honorable the Countess of Huntington, &c. Who departed this life at Newbury-Port, on Sabbath morning the 30th day of September AEt.
56 [Boston. By Cameron L. Kline Colonial Tobias Lear V () penned the only first-hand accounts of the death of George Washington in December of He was at Mount Vernon helping his friend and mentor, the first President of the United States, by being “ engaged in writing letters, recording military papers ” when he witnessed the death of our young nation’s greatest leader.
At Washington's death, Corry writes: "We may say of him as Augustus did of Cicero: 'he was an honest man, and loved his country.'" Life of Washington is bound in one volume with the first edition of French statesman Louis Fontanes' Éloge Funebre de Washington (Funeral Elegy).
A funeral elegy on the death of General George Washington. Adapted to the 22d of February. Part song, without acc. This relatively rare file of 32 issues of The Norristown Gazette in Norristown, Pennsylvania (from Aug to ) although missing nine issues, does contain five of the six black bordered issues on the stories of George Washington's death.
The African-American poet Phillis Wheatley has achieved iconic status in American culture. A word letter from her to a fellow servant of African descent in sold at auction in for $, well over double what it had been expected to fetch, and the highest price ever paid for a letter by a woman of African descent.
The Dances of Washington's Time. Van Hagen composed A Funeral Dirge "on the death of General Washington", and Abraham Wood commenced his Funeral Elegy, "on the death of General George Washington. Adapted to the 22d of February" with the lines: See also Keller's book George Washington: A Biography in Social Dance.
32pgs. To His Excellency General Washington. On the Capture of General Lee On the Death of General Wooster To Mr. and Mrs.- on the Death of their Infant Son Prayer An Elegy Sacred to the Memory of the Rev'd Samuel Cooper, D.D.
AN ELEGY, SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF THAT GREAT DIVINE, THE REVEREND AND LEARNED DR. SAMUEL 5/5(2). Phillis Wheatley’s Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, which appeared in London inis the first book published by an African poet was born in Gambia, Africa.
An Elegy On Leaving An Elegy, Sacred To The Memory Of Reverend Dr. Samuel Cooper A Farewell To America, To Mrs. A Farewell To America, To Mrs. A Funeral Poem On The Death Of C.e., An Infant Of 12 Months Goliath Of Gath His Excellency General Washington An Hymn To Humanity An Hymn To The Evening An Hymn To The Morning Isaiah: /5(2).
One of the most famous poems about the American Revolution. It is an elegy / funeral / death poem. General Greene, in South Carolina fell during the battle this poem is about: Eutaw Springs. Writing in a plain style similar to Hasty pudding, he is saying this isn't a high fluent poem it is the American poem with a simple rhyme scheme.
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An Eulogy on the Illustrious Character of the Late General George Washington, Commander in Chief of All the Armies of the United States of America (with Washington's farewell address; Newburyport, MA: E.
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