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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Cheerful Yesterdays 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906 2 0 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Cheerful Yesterdays, VII. Kansas and John Brown (search)
keep it entirely still about where I am; and will be greatly obliged if you will consider this communication strictly confidential: unless it may be with such as you are sure will feel and act and keep very still. Please be so kind as to write N. Hawkins on the subject, Care of Wm. I. Watkins, Esqr. Rochester, N. Y. Should be most happy to meet you again; and talk matters more freely. Hope this is my last effort in the begging line. Very Respectfully your Friend, John Brown. This name, N. Hawkins, was Brown's favorite alias. The phrase partly believe was a bit of newspaper slang of that period, but came originally from Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians (xi. 18) whence Brown may well have taken it. I wrote in return, wishing for farther information, and asking if the underground railroad business was what he had in view. In a few days came this reply:-- Rochester, N. Y. 12th February, 1858. My Dear Sir,--I have just read your kind letter of the 8th inst., and wi
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Cheerful Yesterdays, Index. (search)
ne, W. B., 107, 175. Grenville, Tom, 166. Grimes, Mr., 143. Giinderode, Caroline von, 92, 93. Habersham, W. N., 18. Haggard, Rider, 273. Hale, E. E., 53, 175, 193, 194 Hale family, the, 75. Hall, A. O., 108. Hall, Fitzedward, 53. Hamel, M., 321. Hanway, James, 208. Harbinger, the, 101. Hardy, Thomas, 273, 352. Harrington, Mrs., 86. Harris, T. W., 56. Harvard University in 1837, 44; improvements in morals and manners, 46; elective system at, 57. Haven, Franklin, 76. Hawkins, N., 217. Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 12, 158, 168, 170, 171, 176, 297, 315. Hay, George, 55. Hay, John, 219. Hayden, Lewis, 140, 151, 155, 245. Hazlett, Albert, 229, 231. Hazlitt, William, 67. Hedge, F. H., 53, 175. Heine, Heinrich, 80, go, 120. Heinzelmann, 359. Heraud's monthly magazine, quoted, 167. Herttell, s,Thomas, 6. Hesiod, 92. Higginson, Barbara, 80. Higginson, F. J., 123. Higginson, Francis, 4, 114, 130. Higginson, John, 123. Higginson, Louisa (Storrow), 8, 1
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
owder, Virginia. Zaccheus Clark, Virginia. W. Crenshaw, Virginia. W. D. Crow, Virginia. T. A. Clay, Virginia. P. H. Chalkley, Virginia. J. A. Dungans, Virginia. W. T. Fisher, Virginia. J. W. Friend, Virginia. T. G. Gallian, Virginia. J. E. Goulder, Virginia. S. George, Virginia. A. J. Gitthran, Virginia. J. Hardaway, Virginia. R. C. Hardy, Virginia. F. G. Ward, R. C. Haskins, Virginia. J. C. Haskins, Virginia. E. P. Hargrave, Virginia. N. Hawkins, Virginia. T. Hunt, Virginia. W. F. Jones, Virginia. M. Lanier, Virginia. A. G. Lewis, Virginia. W. P. Lewis, Virginia. J. F. Leigh, Mississippi. H. G. Orgain, Virginia. T. B. Perkinson, Virginia. R. Perkinson, Virginia. J. M. Pettus, Virginia. J. V. Poiner, Virginia. F. O. Robertson, Virginia. A. R. Rainey, Virginia. W. E. Sadley, Virginia. J. D. Stone, Virginia. P. E. Vaughan, Virginia. B. A. Verrll, Virginia. J. D. Williams, Virginia
Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Charlestown schools without the Peninsula Revolutionary period. (search)
mon Russell received £ 18, and June, 1780, Edward Gardner, £ 14 19s 6d (probably for teaching in their respective districts, as Samuel Gardner and Amos Warren were on the school board at the time). Edward Gardner in 1782, and as late as 1786, served on the committee, and Mr. Russell's name occurs in the same connection, year by year, to the end of the period which we are considering. Another teacher, in one or the other of these districts, was James Gardner, who received, through Collector Hawkins, pay for his services, August, 1786. We have mentioned the name of Amos Warren. He was serving in 1779, and again in 1784. August 2, 1784, Amos Warren and Samuel Gardner are allowed to keep tavern. We are justified in concluding that, previous to 1786, there was no public school building in these two districts. Several references to private quarters that were hired for school purposes are found upon the town records. December 6, 1784. Voted that the school at the upper end of the