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Oliver Otis Howard, Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general , United States army : volume 2 5 1 Browse Search
Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 2 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.) 4 0 Browse Search
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Oliver Otis Howard, Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general , United States army : volume 2, Chapter 65: in Europe, Egypt, and Constantinople (search)
Mission. The home and the school building were just then empty because it was in vacation, so that I did not see either teachers or scholars. One day, however, we journeyed to Rameses, the place familiar to readers of the Scriptures. There Rev. Mr. Ewing and his family had a summer residence where they stayed during the hottest season. As soon as I entered their principal room I felt as if I were in the United States. It was a Christian home. The mottoes over the doors, the few select bookhe rocking chairs that had found their way even to Rameses; the familiar pictures on the wall and the tidy lounge underneath-everything reminded one of an American home! I felt this more as we sat down to the noonday meal with the family, when Mr. Ewing bowed his head and in a few words gave God thanks for comforts and blessings. We visited one Egyptian residence and saw all we were allowed to see. It was an old type of living and how different from this home at Rameses We at one time looke
Elliot, W. L., II, 56. Ellsworth, E. Elmer, I, 104. Elvans, J. R., II, 419. Elzey, Arnold, 1, 163. Eskiminzin, Chief, II, 548, 551. Estes, L. G., II, 35. Etowah, Crossing of the, II, 534-540. Europe, Trip to, II, 493-512. Evans, J. R., II, 318, 319. Evans, N. George, II, 147, 154-156, 173. Everett, Carroll S., I, 38. Ewell, Richard S., I, 261, 262, 264, 386-388, 390-392, 400, 404, 416, 417, 420, 421, 426. Ewing, Hugh, I, 302. Ewing, Rev., II, 502. Ewing, William, 1, 147. Ezra Church, Battle of, II, 16-26. Fagan, Andrew, I, 238. Failing, Henry, 11, 462, 468. Fairbanks, Charles W., II, 574. Fairchild, Edward H., 11, 406. Fairchild, E. P., II, 586. Fairchild, Lucius, I, 415. Fair Oaks, Battle of, I, 227-250. Farnsworth, E. J., I, 434. Farragut, D. G., I, 281. Fayetteville, Ga., 11, 134-142. Fee, John G., II, 404, 406. Fenton, Reuben E., I, 138. Ferrero, Edward, I, 344. Ferris, Isaac, II, 316. Ferry, Governor,
Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 2 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.), Chapter 14: Poe (search)
of small means and of romantic proclivities. Before the end of his third year he was left an orphan, his mother dying in wretched poverty at Richmond, Virginia, 8 December, 1811, and his father a few weeks later, if we may believe the poet's own statement. He was promptly taken under the protection of a prosperous tobacco exporter of Richmond, John Allan, in whose family he lived, ostensibly as an adopted child, until 1827. In his sixth year he attended for a short time the school of William Ewing in Richmond. In the summer of 1815 he went with his foster-father to England, and for the next five years, with the exception of a few months spent in Scotland shortly after reaching England, he lived in London, attending first a boarding school kept by the Misses Dubourg in Sloane Street, and later the academy of the Rev. John Bransby in Stoke Newington. He impressed Bransby as a quick and clever boy, though embarrassed by an extravagant amount of pocket-money; and John Allan wrote o
Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 2 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.), Index (search)
ray, the, 35 Eternal goodness, the, 52 Ethiopia Saluting the Colors, 284 Ethnogenesis, 294 Etude de l'histoire, 127 Eulogy of Sumner, 319, 320 Eureka, 60 Evangeline, 37, 38 Evening Bulletin (Phil.), 337 Evening Mirror (N. Y.), 59 Evening post (N. Y.), 184, 185 Evening post (Phil.), 177 Everett, Alexander H., 164 Everett, Edward, 71, 87, 89, 90, 111, 116, 117, 125, 164 Evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels, 210 Evolution and religion, 214, 217 Ewing. William. 55 Examiner (Richmond), 184, 296 Excelsior, 36 Express (N. Y.), 187 Eyes and ears, 215 Fable for critics, a, 246, 250 Fairy Book, the, 400 Faith Gartney's girlhood, 398 Fall of Richmond, the, 279, 285 Fall of the House of Usher, the, 68 Fanshawe, 19 Farewell to Pope, 305 Farewell to the world, 200 Farmer and the cities, the, 322 Farmer's Allminax, 157 Farmer's Museum, the, 179 Farragut, 277, 285 Father Abbey's will, 149 Faxon, F. N., 17
H. Paxtor. Rockingham — J. H. Wariman, George H. Chrisman, Samuel Cretes. Russell — Ed. J. Culbertson, E. D. Kernan, Wm. B. Aston. Scott — E. K. Herron, Isa Fugate, Robt. Spear. Shenandoah — S. C Williams, Chas. Welsh, Mark Bird. Smyth — Fayette McMullen, James H. Gilmore, A. Rosenbaum. Southampton — Thos. H. Urguhart, W. B. Shands, J. J. Kindred. Spotsylvania — L. A. Boggs, C. C. Wellford, Jas. B. Soner. Stafford — H. E. Conway, D. G. Hedgmas, Powhatan Moncure. Surry — John Wilson, William Dillard, J. S. Clarke. Sussex — John B. Freeman, Josse Hargrove, W. D. Taylor. Taylor — E. J. Armstrong, Abraham Smith, B. F. Martan. Tazewell — Harvey George, John L. Dougherty, J. M. Estill. Tucker — Abraham Parsons, Wm. Harper, Wm. Ewing. Tyler — T. J. Stealy, William H. Russell, John McKay. Upshut — Benjamin Bassell, S. Bennett, Washington Summers. Warren--Dr. H. Dersey, John E. Jackson, Giles Cook. Warwick — W. G. Young,
The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Rumored removal of Rosecrans to Virginia. (search)
Rumored removal of Rosecrans to Virginia. --The Chattanooga Rebel, of the 6th, is informed by a brother of Lieut Col. Wm. Ewing, who has just returned from Middle Tennessee, that Rosecrans no longer commands the Army of Tennessee, and that he has gone to Virginia. It is not known who will be his successor, but it is guaranteed that Grant will be immediately called to that position. The correspondent of the Memphis Appeal mentions the transfer of Rosecrans from Tennessee to Virginia as a rumor.