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Public expressions of grief, for the death of General George Washington, at Dorchester.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 37332., Early American imprints -- no. 38349., Early American imprints -- no. 38985.|
|Contributions||Everett, Oliver, 1752-1802., Washington, George, 1732-1799., Dorchester (Mass.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6, , 8-22, , 16, 30,  p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Genre/Form: Funeral addresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dorchester (Boston, Mass.). Public expressions of grief, for the death of General George Washington, at Dorchester. Proceedings of the town of Dorchester, relative to the 22d of February, --An eulogy, on General George Washington pronounced at Dorchester, Feb.
22, / by Oliver Everett --A discourse, delivered at Dorchester, Dec. 29, / by T.M. Harris --The address of the late George Washington, when president, to the people of the. public expressions of grief, for the death of general george wash rare book. When Washington passed away it was said that it was the biggest display of mourning and grief and celebration of Seller Rating: % positive.
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The book is full of references to Washington’s sterling character, all of which supports the calm and dignified manner in which he endured a very painful death (by suffocation and loss of blood). Through books such as this, the shining example of Washington’s honorable and courageous spirit lives on!/5(3).
A good purchase for those with a deep interest in George Washington or any level of interest in the public mourning of such a widely respected man at the start of our republic. Well written, but often with hints of the academic language and format of a doctoral dissertation--which this book started out by: 7.
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22,it being the day recommended by Congress for the national lamentation of his death / by: Everett, Oliver, Published: (). It was a house call no physician would relish. On Dec. 14,three doctors were summoned to Mount Vernon in Fairfax County, Virginia to attend to a Author: Dr.
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Half-title. The Eulogy by Everett and the Discourse by Harris have separate title-pages, each with imprint: Charlestown, Printed by Samuel Etheridge, LAC ecr create (1 card). Title: An oration on the death of General George Washington: delivered at the request of the citizens of Castine, on the 22d February, A.D.
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He was the source of some of the apocryphal stories about Washington. The tale of the cherry tree ("I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet") is included in the fifth Born: Mason Locke Weems, Octo. Washington, George, Public expressions of grief, for the death of General George Washington, at Dorchester ([Charlestown, Printed by Samuel Etheridge, ]), also by Thaddeus Mason Harris, Oliver Everett, and Mass.).
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An eulogy, on General George Washington Pronounced at Dorchester, Feb. 22, It being the day recommended by Congress, for the national lamentation of his deathPages: