1 edition of A letter from Gerrit Smith to Albert Barnes. 1868 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BR125 .S59|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||37008457|
Excerpt from Speeches and Letters of Gerrit Smith on the Rebellion Oh! Had'we but been uncorrupted by slavery, how quickly would we have put down the Rebellion, if indeed there could in that case, have been a Rebellion to put down We should then have wasted no time, and produced no division amongst ourselves, by talking about the Union, the Constitution, or even the : Gerrit Smith. Albert Barnes was born at Rome, New York, on December 1, He graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, in , and from Princeton Theological Seminary in Barnes was ordained as a Presbyterian minister by the presbytery of Elizabethtown, New Jersey, in , and was the pastor successively of the Presbyterian Church in.
Campaign literature. For campaign literature related to United States elections during the period , this heading is authorized to be qualified by date and divided by names of political parties and by place, e.g. Campaign literature, -- Whig -- Virginia. For campaign literature or works on campaign literature related to post United States elections or to elections in other. [Portrait of Dr. Albert C. Barnes] Contributor Names Van Vechten, Carl, , photographer.
Gerrit Smith was one of the wealthiest men in New York State, an Underground Railroader, and an abolitionist who gave generously to anti-slavery interests, including the colleges Edmonia attended at McGraw and Oberlin. On June 7, , Edmonia Lewis sailed into New York harbor aboard the French Line SS St. Laurent. The chief letter-writer is William Alexander Smith () who worked as a schoolteacher in Carroll before volunteering for service in June He was quickly promoted to second lieutenant in Company I of the 50th Infantry, a unit that consisted of Carroll County men, many of whom seem to have been relations by blood or marriage.
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Correspondence of Gerrit Smith with Albert Barnes, New-York: For sale by American News Co., [?] (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Gerrit Smith; Albert Barnes; Albert Barnes; Gerrit Smith: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Gerrit Smith.
Correspondence of Gerrit Smith with Albert Barnes. by Gerrit Smith () Life at threescore and ten by Albert Barnes (Book) Trial of the Rev. Albert Barnes: before the synod of Philadelphia, in session at York, October Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Letter of Gerrit Smith to Rev.
James Smylie, of the state of Mississippi by: Smith, Correspondence of Gerrit Smith with Albert Barnes, by: Smith, Gerrit, Published: () Lancaster Ave. Gerrit Smith was a widely known philanthropist and social reformer of the mid-nineteenth century.
He was born in Utica, NY, in and made his home in nearby Peterboro until his death in Smith's father, Peter Smith, was among the early white settlers of Madison originally moved to Utica to establish a land business after some years of trading with the local native inhabitants.
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Williams, for. SMITH, GERRIT, a Representative from New York; born in Utica, N.Y., March 6, ; moved to Peterboro in ; attended an academy in Clinton, N.Y.; was graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., in ; studied law; engaged in the management of a large estate which he inherited; delegate to the State conventions in and ; unsuccessful Liberty Party candidate for governor in Events.
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It is seen as a precursor of full-length mystery fiction. Settlement of estate of Peter Smith,"Book of Explanations, regarding settlement of estate and Gerrit Smith's assumption of land holdings in (vol) circa Box 81.
Albert C. Barnes, in full Albert Coombs Barnes, (born January 2,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died JChester county, Pennsylvania), American inventor of the antiseptic Argyrol (a mild silver protein anti-infective compound for mucous membrane tissues) and noted art collector, whose collection is a part of the Barnes Foundation Galleries.
Barnes was ordained as a Presbyterian minister by the presbytery of Elizabethtown, New Jersey, inand was the pastor successively of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown, New Jersey (–), and of the First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia (–)/5. correspondence of gerrit smith with albert barnes. letter of gerrit smith to edward c.
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Title: Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society papers Creator: Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Inclusive dates: Extent: items Abstract: The Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society papers consist of documents generated by the society as well as correspondence to and from various members of the society about slavery, the conditions of freemen, and other progressive issues.
Barnes' Notes on the New Testament book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A complete, unabridged, verse-by-verse commentary on th 4/5. LETTER OF.
CHARLES G. FINNEY. To Gerrit Smith. 7 May [Ms in the Gerrit Smith Papers, Syracuse University.] Gerrit Smith (), the wealthy philanthropist, and one of the largest landowners in America, was in sympathy with Oberlin, and had already, three years earlier, helped the struggling college financially.
Albert Barnes was born in Rome, New York on December 1, He graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, inand from Princeton Theological Seminary, in Barnes was ordained pastor of the Presbyterian church in Morristown, NJ, in He was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia,where he resigned and.
Born a Slave, Died a Freeman John “the Dominie” West, Seventh-day Adventist minister and abolitionist N.Y.: J. West, ); Gerrit Smith, A Letter From Gerrit Smith to Albert Barnes (Peterboro, N.Y.: J. West, Publish Illustrated Coronavirus Children’s Book Why I Stay Home has already been downloaded more t times.
Verse 1. There was a man - This has all the appearance of being a true history. Many have regarded the whole book as a fiction, and have supposed that no such person as Job ever lived. But the book opens with the appearance of reality; and the express declaration that there was such a man, the mention of his name and of the place where he lived, show that the writer meant to affirm that there.
Verse 3. All, therefore, whatsoever - That is, all that they teach that is consistent with the Law of Moses - all the commands of Moses which they read to you and properly explain. The word “all” could not be taken without such a restriction, for Christ himself accuses them of teaching many things contrary to that law, and of making it void by their traditions, Matthew Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Albert Barnes (–), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing Society Hill Cemetery, Prentiss, Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi, USA ; Maintained by Lawanna Barnett (contributor ). Gerrit Smith to Dr. Cuyler: Temperance and civil government [Gerrit Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Gerrit Smith. Gerrit Smith, a New York abolitionist, believed that the anti-slavery cause could be effectively furthered by political action.
Because of the political nature of Smith's fight against slavery, much of the material in this collection is politically oriented.ISBN – A letter from Gerrit Smith to Albert Barnes, pdf ePub; ISBN – Pikeminnow Rewards pdf ePub; ISBN X – Her Doctor Prescribes Dancing at Daybreak pdf ePub; ISBN – So m and the fight for gay liberation pdf ePub; ISBN – Kid Heroes: True Stories of Rescuers, Survivors, and Achievers pdf ePub.The Online Books Page.
Online Books by. Albert Barnes (Barnes, Albert, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Barnes, Albert, The Church and Slavery (page images at MOA) Barnes, Albert, Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity in the Nineteenth Century (page images at MOA) Barnes, Albert, Life at Threescore and.