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Notes to the People, May 1851-May 1852

Notes to the People, May 1851-May 1852

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Published by Barnes & Noble in New York .
Written in English

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  • Chartism -- Periodicals

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    Facsimile reprint of weekly periodical, published London, J. Pavey, 1851-2.

    Statementedited by Ernest Jones.
    GenrePeriodicals
    ContributionsJones, Ernest Charles, 1819-1868.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (ix, 1032 p.) ;
    Number of Pages1032
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23849632M

    The Pratt and Grouard families left Papeete on 16 May The Crosbys and others followed as they earned enough money to pay passage. After only Sidney A. Hanks remained and he was on Takaroa, far away in the Tuamotus, having gone native, almost. Notes gathered for his book, Mexican immigration to the United States, and related material, Notes of a trip to California, typescript, Mar. 21 - Feb. Notes of travel,


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Read Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives, May 1,p. 24 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex A letter, May 8, of J. Lugenbeel, as recording secretary of the Notes to the People Colonization Society, ap parently in response to a Notes to the People from William J.

Winston of Louisa County concerning the cost and methods of sending freed slaves to Liberia. This matter is presumably in reference to settlement of the estate of William S. Winston. Probably, the name Frelsburg was picked by Frels, who, in addition to being the postmaster was, after all, the owner of the town site.

The place was not called Frelsburg in the Colorado County Commissioners Court minutes until (see Book 2, p. 65). The Bishops itinerary for confirmations, Dec May with annotations which appear to be by Mr W.G. Puckey, C.M.S. missionary. He was widely regarded as one of the best interpreters of Maori.

April May June July 4 March • Thursday. Translating Book of Mormon. Baptised & confirmed five. 5 March • Friday. and that the people were in a high state of sedition—that Bro. Brigham’s (the Gov.). Benjamin Davis Wilson (December 1, – Ma ) was an American politician.

He was known to the Native Americans as Don Benito because of his benevolent manner in his treatment of Native American affairs. Wilson, a native of Tennessee, was a fur trapper and trader before coming to California.

Detained in Southern California while attempting to obtain passage to China, Wilson Born: December 1,Wilson County, Tennessee US. Vol. 6, J - II 7g Vol. 7, June 1, - J II 7h [Notes written from both ends of the book, with several blank pages in the middle.] XXII 48 Notes on the State of Parties: "Sam's Letters to his Kinsfolk." An Address to the People of The United States on The Political Crisis of XXVII.

[Note: Inthere were at least 40 children’s periodicals being published in the U. S.] We frankly confess that, in part, we labor that we may obtain money; but in return for the money which you send us we shall exert ourselves to do you good, and to repay you with that which will be really of more value to you than that which you.

1 May • Sunday. Sunday, May lst, Weather very lovely. Myself and wife called this morning before meeting on Sister Tarbett, and Bro and Sis Waterson and family. There sisters were well acquainted with all my father’s and mother’s people, and knew my grandparents as well as my parents.

The daily crescent. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]), Morning, Image 1, brought to you by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. American children’s periodicals, This bibliography—with an introduction—is available as an ebook from Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and [ NOTES: Unless noted, page size is the size when trimmed, usually for binding; page size is approximate.

Quantity 3 cubic feet (7 document cases, 1 oversize folder) Collection Number Mss Summary Papers include correspondence () received during Lane's service as Oregon's delegate to Congress; territorial proclamations (); copy letters written by Lane (); photocopy of report () to the U.S.

secretary of war concerning the customs and locations of various Indian. — [Lloyd ] May 28 th Delineations of the Ox Tribe &c by George Vasey. [Vasey ] May Lyells Elements 5 th Edit [Lyell ] 29 th Carpenters Comparative Physiology [Carpenter ] June 8 th Sketch of Madeira by E.

Vernon Harcourt p. [Harcourt ] 11 Busk Catalogue of Polyzoa [Busk ] 16 Florula Juvenalis Godron. General journal, - Decem [NOTE: there is no page 62 in the original volume] CIArr New Orleans (La.) Commissioners of the Consolidated Debt.

Journal of city subscription to railroad companies, May 1, - J [mf roll #] CIArr John Ellis Wool was born 29 February in Newburgh, New York. At an early age, both his parents passed away; thereupon he was removed to Troy to live with his grandfather, James Wool. His formal education was limited to that of a country school, and at the age of twelve he entered the store of a Troy merchant and remained with him for six years.

The daily crescent. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]), Morning, Image 2, brought to you by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. William Holland Thomas () was a Cherokee Indian agent, merchant, lawyer, and trader, of Haywood Co., N.C.

He also served as a colonel in the Confederate Army during the Civil War and led Thomas's Legion, which enlisted both Cherokee and Southern white recruits. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Selected works by Cicero,H.G.

Bohn edition, The orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, literally translated by C.D. Yonge. May 15 to 25 / q—torrent / a.m. / Majorca (spelled Mayorque) / C.R. / Before the shock, the air was charged with electricity.

Some days before, torrential rains had ended a long drought. Small diary of miscellaneous nots and information; May – May. Images: Small diary on the first half of a business trip to northern New York (see letter copybook, for additional information); Sep 9 – Sep Images: 42 Stein, ed., "The Slave Narratives of Colorado County," Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, vol.

3, no. 1, Januaryp. 11; Colorado County Commissioners Court Minutes, Book 1, pp. On May 9,a little more than a year after the Colorado County commissioners created the patrols, the state government passed a law which authorized.

May 1, - Aug VGC Record of arrests of white persons, June, - May, [mf roll #] VGC Appearance bonds, v. 1 Febru - Febru [NOTE: There is no page in the original volume] v.

2 Febru - Decem Browse Archival Collections The Arkansas State Archives houses approximat cubic feet of state records and manuscript collections pertaining to the history of Arkansas and its people.

These materials have been described and inventoried for ease of access. Notes on the State of Virginia; written in the yearSomewhat Corrected and Enlarged in the Winter of (London, ), –58, –65, –; Peter S.

Onuf, The Mind of Thomas Jefferson (Charlottesville, Va., ), part 4; Onuf, “‘To Declare Them a Free and Independent People’: Race, Slavery, and National Identity in. Jones, Ernest, ed. Notes to the People, May –May 2 vols.

London: Merlin, Save Citation»Export Citation»E-mail Citation» Serial started by Ernest Jones after his release from prison inNotes to the People was replaced in by the equally unprofitable People’s Paper.

in Among the English papers current in may be noted, The Friend of India, Hurkaru, Englishman, Bombay Times, Madras United Services Gazette, Citizen, Agra Messenger, Moffussilite, Lahore Chronicle etc., of the Indian newspapers after the mutiny ().

The. Upon pageDr. Pdf, who had never heard of the Super-Sargasso Sea, says that, though it is difficult to trace connection between the phenomena, three aerolites had fallen in five months, in India, during thunderstorms, in (may have been ). For. Bill for $ noted in the Field Notes Book.

Cyrus Benjamin was the son-in-law of William Heywood whose house is still standing next west of the Concord Free Public Library on Main Street. James Barrett Wood owned it until Bigelow, Heartwell. Decem .Ebook of the city's first railroad begins. Copied from TO Millennium milestones in Fort Wayne in the archives of The Ebook newspaper.

- first steam locomotive arrived and one of the last removed in shown in photo of Lake Erie & Fort Wayne steam locomotive No. 1 originally built for the Wabash Railroad in and on May 8, was on its way to.