|Statement||by John Binns|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time, New Sabin, books described by Joseph Sabin and his successors -- 1319|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||87359282|
An oration commemorative of the birth-day of American independence: delivered before the Democratic societies of Also available in digital form. LAC ecr update (1 card) Contributor: Binns, John Date: An oration commemorative of the birth-day of American independence, delivered before the Democratic societies of the city and county of Philadelphia, on the 4th of July, by: Binns, John, Published: (). An oration on the anniversary of American independence, pronounced at Worcester, July 4, by: Bangs, Edward, Published: () An oration, delivered at Worcester, on the Fourth of July, being the anniversary of the independence of the United States / by: Bangs, Edward, Full text of "Centenary orations, addresses and poems: commemorative of the one hundredth anniversary of our national independence, delivered in the several states, from Bunker Hill to Yorktown See other formats.
Author of A semi-annual oration, on the origin of pestilential diseases, An oration, commemorative of American independence, Medical and physical memoirs, Autobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.D, Character of General Washington, A discourse on the genius and character of the Rev. Horace Holley, LL. D, Memoirs of the life and campaigns of the Hon. Nathaniel Greene, major general . An oration commemorative of the character of Thomas Jefferson / (Albany: Joel Munsell, ), by Henry H. Tator (page images at HathiTrust) A contribution to a bibliography of Thomas Jefferson, (Washington, D.C., ), by Richard Holland Johnston (page images at HathiTrust). Independence Day: Americans Celebrate the Birth of Their Nation July 4, It's Independence Day! Today, all across the United States, people are wishing each other a happy Fourth of July. On July 4, , the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence. - r.«tu book and job printer, aqueduct street, i a 1 h o m 3 m a y. w.
A facsimile reprint of John Allen’s An Oration Upon the Beauties of Liberty, along with an introduction by Reta A. Gilbert, can be found in G.J. Gravlee and J.E. Irvine, eds., Pamphlets and the American Revolution: Rhetoric, Politics, Literature, and the Popular Press; Commemorative Edition, – (Delmar, N.Y., ). In November, Britain agreed to recognize American independence and to withdraw its forces. The Treaty of Paris was ratified by Congress on Ap By the end of the year, the last British. Dorchester in , , and An oration delivered on the fourth of July, , by Edward Everett. Also an account of the proceedings in Dorchester at the celebration of the day. By the Right Rev. George Washington Doane, D.D. Ll.D. Bishop of New Jersey. Boston: Charles Stimpson, Influence, without Intervention, the Duty of Our Nation to the World: The Oration, at Burlington College, on the seventy-sixth Anniversary of American Independence, and sixth, of the Founding of the College, July 5, MDCCCLII.