3 edition of Eulogy upon the character and services of Abraham Lincoln found in the catalog.
December 31, 1969
by Thomson Gale
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||28|
The Entire Writings of Lincoln by Abraham Lincoln Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and click the bookmark icon that appears to the left of it. In the universe of God there are no accidents. From the fall of a sparrow to the fall of an empire or the sweep of a planet, all is according to Divine Providence, whose laws are everlasting. No accident gave to his country the patriot we now honor. No accident snatched this patriot, so suddenly and so cruelly, from his sub-lime duties. Death is as little an accident as life. Never, perhaps.
The co-authors preface their book with a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s eulogy at Lincoln’s funeral service in “This middle-class country had got a middle-class president, at last.”Author: Howell Raines. The Eulogy upon General Taylor will be delivered at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the City Hall, by A. Lincoln, Esq., in obedience to the request of the Council, and of citizens. The Committee of Arrangements took action immediately following the address and on the same day made formal request of Mr. [Pg 15] Lincoln for a copy of the address for.
Two years before, Lincoln had delivered a eulogy for another Whig hero, President Zachary Taylor. Mark E. Neely, Jr., "American Nationalism in the Image of Henry Clay: Abraham Lincoln's Eulogy on Henry Clay in Context," Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 73 (): 31– As pointed out by Neely, "American Nationalism," Cited by: 1. Eulogy Of Abraham Lincoln Category Africa America American History Ancient Art Asia Biographies Book Reports Business Creative Writing Dance Economics English Europe History Humanities Literature Medicine Middle East Miscellaneous Music and Movies Philosophy Poetry & Poets Psychology Religion Science Shakespeare Social Issues Speeches Sports.
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Eulogy on the life, character and public services of the late President Abraham Lincoln: delivered before Council no. 33, Union League of America, at Sumner Hall, East Boston, May 8, Paperback – J Author: Warren H. Cudworth. Eulogy on the life, character and public services of the late President Abraham Lincoln: delivered before Council No.
33, Union League of America, at Sumner Hall, East Boston, May 8, Paperback – January 1, Author: Warren H. Cudworth. Eulogy upon the character and services of Abraham Lincoln delivered by invitation of the authorities of the city of Taunton, on the occasion of the national fast, June 1, by Crocker, Samuel L.
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33, Union League of America, at Sumner Hall, East Boston, May 8, by Warren H. Cudworth Published by Wright & Potter, printers in : My Captain!”, it shows heartfelt shock and sorrow three days after Lincoln’s death. Also, the mastery by the eulogy’s author of the character and importance of Abraham Lincoln’s guidance of the United States through the Civil War is impressive; as well as his prophetic lament for the loss of Lincoln’s guidance after the War.
Follows a list of speeches also included in this Year Book upon the same subject: In the House of Commons On the Assassi- nation of President Lincoln by Sir George Grey, Mr. Benjamin Disraeli, Mr. Forster and Mr. Stansfeld; the address of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher at Fort Sumter on Apon which day Lincoln was shot; the.
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Abraham Lincoln's Eulogy on Henry Clay July 6, On the fourth day of July,the people of a few feeble and oppressed colonies of Great Britain, inhabiting a portion of the Atlantic coast of North America, publicly declared their national independence, and made their appeal to the justice of their cause, and to the God of battles, for the maintainance of that declaration.
In City Council, Ap — An order was adopted that a Eulog}' be delivered before the City Council on the life and character of our late beloved Chief Magistrate, Abraham Lincoln, and the Joint Committee appointed to take requisite action invited tlie Rev.
George W. Briggs to pronounce the Eulogy at Mechanic Hall, June 1,that day being designated by the President of the United States as a. race at age 34; lost a senatorial race at age 45; failed in an effort to become vice-president at age 47; lost a senatorial race at age 49; and was elected president of the United States at age This man was Abraham Lincoln.
Would you call him a failure. He could have quit. But to Lincoln, defeat was a detour and not a dead end. EULOGY. By authority of a joint resolution, the Select Committee on the Death of President Lincoln, invited the Hon.
Henry Champion Deming, of Hartford, Member of Congress from the First District, to deliver before the General Assembly a eulogy upon the life, character and services Author: Henry Champion Deming.
The assassination transformed Mary Todd Lincoln from the first lady of the United States into the first widow of a slain U.S. president. Mrs. Mrs. Lincoln borrowed a copy of a book titled The Life and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln, she could claim to be an authority on the character of Abraham Lincoln."Cited by: 2.
Eulogy upon the character and services of Abraham Lincoln delivered by invitation of the authorities of the city of Taunton, on the occasion of the national fast, June 1, /. [Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, Ap ] Page: 8  p. ; 23 x 14 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: The Civil War and its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the UNT Libraries Special Collections.
Book/Printed Material Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln pronounced at the Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln pronounced at the City hall, springfield, Mass., Ap The nation's loss: a sermon upon the death of Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the.
Eulogy on the life, character and public services of the late President Abraham Lincoln: delivered before Council no. 33, Union League of America, at Sumner Hall, East Boston, May 8.
Book/Printed Material The nation weeping for its dead. Observances at Springfield, Massachusetts, on President Lincoln's funeral day, Wednesday, Apincluding Dr.
Holland's eulogy. From the Springfield republican's report. Eulogy of Abraham Lincoln. Description. Address delivered by Henry Champion Deming before the General Assembly of Connecticut, at Allyn Hall, Hartford.
Transcription. Transcript available on The Martyred President: Sermons Given on the Occasion of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Source. Emory University Libraries. Rights. This item is in.Advance sheets from the book, entitled Abraham Lincoln His life, public services, death, and great funeral cortege, with a history and description.
by John Carroll Power and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Page 2. City of Worcester, In City Council, June 1st, RESOLVED, That the unanimous thanks of the City Council are hereby tendered to the Hon. ALEXANDER H. BULLOCK for his able and eloquent Eulogy upon the Life and Services of the late PRESIDENT LINCOLN, delivered, at the request of the Council, in Mechanics Hall this day, and that he be requested to furnish a copy for : Alexander H.