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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 13: England.—June, 1838, to March, 1839.—Age, 27-28. (search)
ed. In the midst of scenes which filled his whole soul with delight, there was no forgetting of home and kindred. The few American tourists sojourning in London in those days were generally brought into personal relations with each other. Sumner welcomed heartily, as a fellow-lodger at 2 Vigo Street, Dr. Shattuck, his companion in Paris, who had in the mean time visited Italy and Germany. He met, in a friendly way, Rev. Ezra S. Gannett and Rev. George E. Ellis, Unitarian divines, Joseph Coolidge, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabot, and their daughter, afterwards Mrs. John E. Lodge,—all from Boston. The Cabots had chambers in Regent Street, near his own, and he found it pleasant to talk with them of social experiences in London. Thoughts of his vacant law-office disturbed him at times in the fulness of his enjoyments; and he revealed to friends his anxiety as to his future success in his profession, recurring to the prediction of President Quincy in their parting interview, that Europ
Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 30: addresses before colleges and lyceums.—active interest in reforms.—friendships.—personal life.—1845-1850. (search)
monster evils, all else that can reasonably be desired will soon follow. It is the armies and navies that are the stays and props of arbitrary power, of unjust decrees, of martial law. Why not sound the idea in the ears of Europe? July 31. Coolidge Joseph Coolidge. brought me yesterday Madame de Tocqueville's note to you. It is very pleasant, curious, and instructive. I was glad to read that disavowal of the Roman expedition, and that sympathy with Hungary. Poor Hungary! I fear by thJoseph Coolidge. brought me yesterday Madame de Tocqueville's note to you. It is very pleasant, curious, and instructive. I was glad to read that disavowal of the Roman expedition, and that sympathy with Hungary. Poor Hungary! I fear by this time her case has been decided; and with her falls the whole revolutionary movement of the present time. With railroads and liberty of the Press, in ten years from now they will be ready for another endeavor. Another revolt was averted by the adoption of a liberal policy towards Hungary by Austria, under the law of Dec. 21, 1867. Meanwhile, the peace movement will have an open course. The people will united in the call for disarming; and when the time of trial comes again, the princes w
lard, Charles Barnard, Ebenezer Bailey, Joseph P. Bradlee, Joseph Baker, Jonas B. Brown, John Brown, Charles Brown, Plymouth, Ma. Levi Brigham, George Bond, Jacob Bigelow, Charles Brown, Benjamin Bussey, Dennis Brigham, John Bryant, James Boyd, Joseph T. Buckingham, Edwin Buckingham, Zebedee Cook, Jr. George W. Coffin, Charles P. Curtis, Thomas B. Curtis, Alpheus Cary, Josiah Coolidge, Elizabeth Craigie, Elijah Cobb, George G. Channing, Samuel F. Coolidge, Joseph Coolidge, James Davis, Warren Dutton, Richard C. Derby, James A. Dickson, John Davis, Daniel Denny, H. A. S. Dearborn, George Darracott, David Eckley, Alexander H. Everett, Henry H. Fuller, Robert Farley, Benjamin Fiske, Samuel P. P. Fay, John Farrar, Ebenezer B. Foster, Charles Folsom, Richard Fletcher, Francis C. Gray, John C. Gray, Benjamin B. Grant, Benjamin A. Gould, Oliver Hastings, Thomas Hastings, Charles Hickling, Zelotes Hosmer, Daniel Henchman, Elisha Haske
Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1, Chapter 13: looking toward sunset 1903-1905; aet. 84-86 (search)
e embarking upon this new voyage.... When she told me what she had in mind to say, I felt that a real word had been given her. I said: Go and say that! ... April 1.... A telegram announced the birth of my first great-grandchild, Harry Hall's infant daughter Julia Ward Howe Hall.. . . April 11. To Mrs. Bigelow Lawrence's, Parker House, to hear music. Mrs. [Henry] Whitman called for me. Delightful music; two quartettes of Beethoven's, a quintette of Mozart's, which I heard at Joseph Coolidge's some thirty or more years ago. I recognized it by the first movement, which Bellini borrowed in a sextette which I studied in my youth from La Straniera, an opera never given in these days.... April 17. Winchendon lecture.... A day of anguish for me. I was about to start for Winchendon when my dearest Maud so earnestly besought me not to go, the weather being very threatening, that I could not deny her. Words can hardly say how I suffered in giving up the trip and disappointing so
Columbian Exposition, II, 107, 178, 181, 182, 184. Columbus, Christopher, I, 323; II, 178, 194, 244, 357. Combe, George, I, 95. Commonwealth, I, 141, 142. Concord, Mass., I, 152, 177; I, 57, 61, 77, 128, 194. Concord, N. H., I, 254. Concord Prison, II, 252. Concord School of Philosophy, II, 118, 119, 120, 128. Constantinople, I, 345; II, 35, 42. Continental Congress, I, 4. Conway, M. D., I, 306. Cook's agency, II, 34, 41. Cookson, Mr., II, 170. Coolidge, Joseph, II, 313. Copperheads, I, 239. Coquelin, B. C., II, 288, 289. Coquerel, Athanase, I, 286; I, 315. Corday, Charlotte, I, 12. Cordes, Charlotte, I, 12. Corea, II, 91. Corfs, I, 272. Corne, Father, I, 53, 54. Corot, J. B. C., II, 172. Corse, Gen., II, 380. Cotta, J. F., I, 202. Council of Italian Women, II, 254, 255. Cowell, Mary, I, 13. Crabbe, George, I, 13. Cram, R. A., II, 156. Cramer, J. B., I, 43. Crawford, Annie, see Rabe. Crawfo
General Court inserted in the act of incorporation a provision that it should be of no avail or effect . . . . until a release and discharge of all the covenants of warranty made by this Commonwealth of any of the lands conveyed by said Commonwealth, lying at or near Lechmere's Point mentioned in this Act, shall be obtained from the person or persons who are legally authorized to make such release or discharge. So also when John C. Jones, Loammi Baldwin, Aaron Dexter, Benjamin Weld, Joseph Coolidge, Jr., Benjamin Joy, Gorham Parsons, Jonathan Ingersoll, John Beach, Abijah Cheever, William B. Hutchins, Stephen Howard, and Andrew Craigie, with their associates, were incorporated, Feb. 27, 1807, with authority to erect Canal Bridge, familiarly called Craigie's Bridge, from the northwesterly end of Leverett street in Boston to the east end of Lechmere's Point, a similar provision was inserted that the act should be of no effect until a release and discharge of all the covenants of warran
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
16581665 Nath Resigned July 14, 1774. SparhawkBefore 1658June 28, 1647 Edward CollinsBefore 1658April 9, 168986 Gregory StoneBefore 1658Nov. 30, 167282 Thomas ChesholmAfter 1658Aug. 18, 1671 John CooperAfter 1658Aug. 22, 169173 Walter HastingsAfter 1658Aug. 5, 170574 Nath Resigned July 14, 1774. SparhawkAfter 16581686-7 Samuel CooperMarch 22, 1705Jan. 8, 1717-864 Nath Resigned July 14, 1774. HancockJune 7, 1705April 12, 171980 Samuel KidderJan. 22, 1718July 4, 172458 Joseph CoolidgeJan. 22, 1718Dec. 17, 173771 Nath Resigned July 14, 1774. SparhawkAug. 5, 1724Nov. 8, 173467 Samuel BowmanAug. 5, 1724174667 Samuel SparhawkApril 12, 1734April 4, 177475 John BradishMay 5, 1738July 17, 174160 Sam Resigned July 14, 1774. WhittemoreNov. 24, 1741178490 Henry Prentice Resigned July 14, 1774.Nov. 24, 1741Oct. 18, 177884 Aaron HillJuly 14, 1774Oct. 16, 179262 Stephen SewallMay 18, 1777July 23, 180471 Gideon FrostJune 30, 1783June 30, 180379 James MunroeJune
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
congregation, and in the house where he had so long been a living power. The present pastor of the church, Rev. Hiram K. Pervear, B. U. 1855, had been pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Cambridge about seven years, and of the First Baptist Church in Worcester nearly eight years, before his public recognition here on the 5th of January, 1873. The church has had nine Deacons, to wit:— Elected. Died. Age. Levi FarwellFeb. 10, 1818May 27, 184460 William Brown Deacons Brown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.Feb. 10, 1818 June 25, 186175 Josiah Coolidge Deacons Brown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.July 30, 1844Sept. 13, 187487 George Cummings Removed to Lancaster in 1850.Aug. 23, 1844 Josiah W. CookAug. 23, 1844 William B. HoveyJan. 29, 1849July 4, 187175 Joseph A. HolmesJan. 29. 1849 Albert VinalFeb. 19, 1850 Joseph GoodnowOct. 13, 1871 first Universalist.—On the ninth day o
Abijah Brown. James Brown. Jonathan Brown. William Brown. Alexander Buckingham. John Bucknam. John Bull. Stephen Butterfield. John Capell. Daniel Carmichael. Thaddeus Carter. John Cassell. Isaac Champney. Nathaniel Champney. Samuel Champney. Thomas Champney. Joseph Child. Moses Child. Norman Clark. James Connor. Benjamin Cook. Caleb Cook. Ephraim Cook. James Cook. Joshua Cook. Thomas Cook. Caleb Coolidge. Joseph Coolidge. Joshua Coolidge. Nathaniel Coolidge. Simon Coolidge. Thomas Coolidge. Thomas Cooper. Richard Crease. Jazaniah Crosby. John Crosby. William Crosby. Ishmael Cutler. Prince Cutler. Ammi Cutter, Jr. James Cutter. Richard Cutter. Samuel Cutter. William Cutter, Jr. Silent Cutting. Benjamin Dana. Ezra Dana. John Dana. Richard Dana. Henry Darling. Daniel Doland. Paul Dexter. James Dickson. William Dickson. Thomas Di
, 1711. Josiah Parker, 1710. John Dickson, 1711, 1717, 1722-1724. Thomas Blodgett, 1711. Jonathan Remington [2d], 1712, 1715-1719. Joseph Bowman, 1712. Moses Bordmnan, 1713-1718, 1720– 1724, 1726, 1727, 1731, 1733-1736. Joseph Coolidge, 1713, 1714, 1730. Daniel Dana, 1715, 1725. William Cutter, 1715, 1718-1721. Samuel Kidder, 1716, 1719-1721. Nath. Sparhawk, 1716-1724, 1726, 1727, 1730. Edmund Goffe, 1717, 1718. Samuel Bowman, 1722-1724, 1726, 1727, 1735-17 Russell, 1700, 1701. Samuel Sparhawk, 1701, 1703-1705, 1707-1709. Andrew Bordman, 1702, 1707, 1709– 1713, 1715, 1716, 1718. Samuel Cooper, 1704, 1705, 1708, 1709, 1714. Samuel Kidder, 1706, 1715. Jason Russell, 1709, 1710. Joseph Coolidge, 1710, 1714. Joseph Bowman, 1712. Moses Bordman, 1714, 1717, 1733– 1736. William Cutter, 1716. Jonathan Remington [2d], 1717. Edmund Goffe, 1717. Nath. Sparhawk, 1717, 1722-1724, 1726. John Dickson, 1717-1720, 1722, 1723. <
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