LIFE OF THE RT. HON.
RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN
BY THOMAS MOORE
IN TWO VOLUMES
GEORGE BRYAN, ESQ.,
THIS WORK IS INSCRIBED,
HIS SINCERE AND AFFECTIONATE FRIEND,
The first four Chapters of this work were written nearly seven years
ago. My task was then suspended during a long absence from England; and
it was only in the course of the last year that I applied myself
seriously to the completion of it.
To my friend, Mr. Charles Sheridan, whose talents and character reflect
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MAJESTY KAMEHAMEHA IV.
WITH HIS MAJESTY'S
REPLIES TO THE REPRESENTATIVES OF FOREIGN NATIONS AND TO PUBLIC BODIES; ALSO WITH SUNDRY PROCLAMATIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATING TO HIS ADVENT TO THE THRONE, ETC., WITH THE LAST PROCLAM...
LA PATRIE FRANCAISE
L'OEUVRE DE "LA PATRIE FRANCAISE"
DISCOURS PROGRAMME prononcé à la salle des Agriculteurs de France
PAR JULES LEMAITRE DE L'ACAD'EMIE FRANCAISE PR'ESIDENT DE LA LIGUE DE LA "LA PATRIE FRANCAISE"
ALLOCUTION DE M. FRANCOIS COPP'EE
13 Novembre 1899
PARIS BUREAUX DE <> 97, RUE DE RENNES
La Ligue de la Patrie Francaise a repris, le 13 octobre 1899, la série de ses conférences avec l'important discours de M. J. Lema^itre, qu'elle offre à ses amis.
La Ligue s'était placée jusqu'ici sur le terrain des principes ...
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Dates of addresses by Calvin Coolidge in this eBook: December 6, 1923 December 3, 1924 December 8, 1925 December 7, 1926 December 6, 1927 December 4, 1928
State of the Union Address Calvin Coolidge December 6, 1923
Since the close of the last Congress the Nation has lost President Harding. The world knew his kindness and his humanity, his greatness and his character. He has left his mark upon history. He has made justice more certain and peace more secure. Th...
THE LIFE STORY OF AN OLD REBEL
BY JOHN DENVIR
AUTHOR OF "THE IRISH IN BRITAIN" "THE BRANDONS" ETC.
DUBLIN SEALY, BRYERS & WALKER 86 MIDDLE ABBEY STREET 1910
[Illustration: John Denvir]
I. Early Recollections "Coming Over" from Ireland
II. Distinguished Irishmen "The Nation" News paper "The Hibernians"
III. Ireland Revisited
IV. O'Connell in Liverpool Terence Bellew MacManus and the Repeal
Hall The Great Irish Famine
V. The "No Popery" Mania The Tenant League The Curragh Camp
VI. The Irish Revolutionary Br...
Giants of America
The Founding Fathers
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SYDNEY HOWARD GAY
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ARLINGTON HOUSE New Rochelle, N.Y.
I. THE VIRGINIA MADISONS 1
II. THE YOUNG STATESMAN 15
III. IN CONGRESS 28
IV. IN THE STATE ASSEMBLY 45
V. IN THE VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE ...
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
IN TWELVE VOLUMES
VOLUME THE NINTH
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LONDON JOHN C. NIMMO 14, KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND, W.C. MDCCCLXXXVII
CONTENTS OF VOL IX.
ARTICLES OF CHARGE OF HIGH CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS AGAINST WARREN HASTINGS, ESQUIRE, LATE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF BENGAL: PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS IN APRIL AND MAY, 1786. ARTICLES VII. XXII.
ART. VII. CONTRACTS 3
VIII. PRESENTS 2...
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After the American Civil War, John R. Lynch, who had been a slave in Mississippi, began his political career in 1869 by first becoming Justice of the Peace, and then Mississippi State Representative. He was only 26 when he was elected to the US Congress in 1873. There, he continued to be an activist, introducing many bills and arguing on their behalf. Perhaps his greatest effort was in the long debate supporting the Civil Rights Act of 1875 to ban discrimination in public accommodations.
In 1884 Lynch was the first African American nominated after a moving speech by Theodore Roosevelt t...
As Russia goes to war against Japan, Tolstoy urges those at all levels of society, from the Tsar down to the common soldier, to consider their actions in the light of Christ's teaching. "However strange this may appear, the most effective and certain deliverance of men from all the calamities which they inflict upon themselves and from the most dreadful of all—war—is attainable, not by any external general measures, but merely by that simple appeal to the consciousness of each separate man which, nineteen hundred years ago, was proposed by Jesus—that every man bethink himself, and ask hi...