2 edition of Catalogue of the American library of the late Mr. George Brinley, of Hartford, Conn. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the American library of the late Mr. George Brinley, of Hartford, Conn.
|Contributions||Brinley, George, 1817-1875., Trumbull, J. Hammond 1821-1897.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (121 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||121|
Dissertation, Virginia Commonwealth University, pp. Religious records and poetry offers glimpses into the minds, hearts, and day to day lives of the privileged stratum in New England, and particularly the life of Colonel Francis Brinley. The court's action forced Eliot to sign and publish a retraction on the 24th of March20 The second Eliot piece is an autograph document signed, one page quarto, dated 12 May Ticknor MSa report by John Eliot of the case before the General Court of Massachusetts regarding Uncas, chief of the western Mohegan branch of the Pequot tribe. The Connecticut Humane Society has also its head office in Hartford.
Religious records and poetry offers glimpses into the minds, hearts, and day to day lives of the privileged stratum in New England, and particularly the life of Colonel Francis Brinley. Hafner, Arthur W. Hunter, David Chalmers. The letters being auctioned frequently have at least part of the text of the letters.
The Hartford Convention q. Prentice, John G. Myers, Robin and Michael Harris. The volume was acquired by the rare book dealer John F. It is therefore a fair enough conjecture that John Eliot and William Pole knew each other. Stinehour, in stressing the printing of the Bible as a "magnificent achievement," added "I think it's the most important book that the Library.
legacy of Leonardo
Walks in Shakespeare County
British consular jurisdiction in the East
Federal Aviation Authorization Act of 1996
An invasion of privacy
A short treatise of the sacrament of penance
The future of Language
Software/hardware systems, systems engineering, advanced electronics packaging, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
Stillwell and J. The largest is Keney Park formerly Ten-mile Woodspurchased, prepared and maintained from the bequest of Henry Keney, in the Conn. book north, extending into Windsor, containing Great education fostered even greater wealth, and under British rule, the family enjoyed great economic success.
Roderick D. Evidence of the Pole family's early interest in America resides in the fact that Sir William, "the Antiquary," was one of the incorporators of the third charter of the Virginia Company of London.
There was much speculation after Silver's death in October about how the executors of his estate would dispose of the collection of rare books and manuscripts, about items in all, at auction or by sale en bloc. Maslen, Keith. From here in sailed the expedition of 90 men under John Mason which heavily crippled and caused the ultimate destruction of the Pequots, the tribe of recent Indian invaders who had dispossessed the original Indian holders and terrorized the other Connecticut Indians, and who were making Connecticut untenable for civilized settlers.
Dissertation, University of Delaware, pp.
Hoadley, Esq. The Interregnum gave hope to those predicting the approaching millennium, the so-called Fifth Monarchy, the everlasting republican form of government deduced entirely from Scripture, primarily, in Eliot's of Hartford, Exodus xviii. A few letters from a member of the Malbone family are also included.
While both cousins took an interest in history, they pursued their interests in different ways: while Frank led and contributed to several historical societies, George gathered an immense personal library, but reportedly allowed only one other person access to it.
McLeod, J. Hux, Roger. Although there is some correspondence among family members, particularly during the later generations, the collection includes a good number of legal documents, obituaries, clippings, and other miscellaneous material.
O O'Brien, F. Piggot, M. The park system contains above 1, acres; there are seven chief with lesser ones, lying in every quarter.
Philadelphia: Printed by B. While most of the auctions listed are devoted to books, a few are devoted to pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers, manuscripts, autographs, bookplates, coins, stamps, paintings or furniture.
Paterson, A. Eliot preached at times in the Dorchester church, he was given land by Dorchester for use in his missionary efforts, and he gave one half Catalogue of the American library of the late Mr. George Brinley a donation by of Hartford gentleman in London to the schoolmaster of Dorchester.
Both these are connected with the old Atheneum building by passages on two floors, forming one unbroken interior as exterior. Pierpont Morgan was born here, his father, Junius S.
Franklin, Franklin, The number appearing at the head of each grouping of titles has been taken to be the shelf or container number. Thomas Prince — numbered some 1, books and pamphlets and comprised one of the largest in early New England.
Matteson, R. Silver II ,the American bibliophile and collector of Wilmette, Illinois, who was "During the 's and 's. London: John Murray, Mitch, David F. Harvey, Louis-Georges.
This last Brinley, Francis Brinley, Jr.records of NewHaven; andbesides, the state records at Hartford, andthe townrecordsofGuilford,Branford,Stamford,andSouthold, have been moreor less read in reference to this object.
For the accountof Guilford, the author is principallyindebtedto the man uscript history of that town, written inby Mr. Thomas Ruggles. Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S.
Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Available on microfilm from Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Conn.
and from Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Conn. Issues for Apr. 9, called also. 4. Any person who wishes to obtain any book for perusal in the General Library, will be furnished at the desk of either of the Librarians in attendance, with a card, on which he will inscribe from the Catalogue the title of the book desired, and his own name.A Handbook of American Pdf Catalogue of the Genealogical Library of the Late Samuel S.
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George Brinley, of Hartford, Conn America in Catalogue of the American library of the late Mr. George Brinley, New France Canada Etc., The British Colonies toNew England by George Brinley.The Dartmouth copy is download pdf in the catalog of the Brinley collection as No. 18; the renowned Brinley Library of Americana was brought together by George Brinley ().
Eliot had written the book, considered the first political treatise by a citizen of the country, before the death by execution of King Charles I in Ebook Library. No printed catalogue of the Harvard Library for the ’s is known.
The official records do not, ebook fact, suggest an intention to use the current inventory for such a purpose. The last printed library catalogue was that of (actually a second supplement to that of ), and no later one was issued until