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Horace E. Scudder (search for this): chapter 104
Literary notices. Virginia—history of the people. By John Esten Cooke. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. We are indebted to the author (through West, Johnston & Co.,) Richmond, for a copy of this beautiful book—one of the series on American Commonwealths, edited by Horace E. Scudder, and published by the well known house of Houghton, Mifflin & Co. John Esten Cooke is too widely known as a writer to need any commendation from us, but we must say that this seems to us among the best, if not the very best, work he has done in the historical line. Treating successively of The Plantation, The Colony, and The Commonwealth, he has given us a very vivid picture of the Virginia people from the first settlement to the establishment of the Commonwealth, and the entering of Virginia into the Federal Union, with a bird's eye view of them up to the present time. While not prepared to accept all of the author's conclusions, or the authenticity of all of his statements, we can never
December 13th, 1882 AD (search for this): chapter 104
ys a reproach upon the Southern part of the re-united country, and the use of which can only stir up bad blood, and revive bitter memories. contributions to A history of the Richmond how-Itzer battalion. Pamphlet No. 1. Contents: 1. Organization of the First Company, and John Brown Raid. By Captain Henry Hudnall, of Second Company, December 13th, 1878. 2. Our Dead. Captain W. Gordon McCabe, December 13th, 1878. 3. The Battle of Bethel. By Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Third Company, December 13th, 1882. 4. All Official Reports (Confederate States and United States), Battle of Bethel. This pamphlet of eighty-four pages (compiled by Carlton McCarthy, and printed by our own printer, W. Ellis Jones), is one of the most beautiful specimens of the printers' art we have ever seen. Its table of contents indicates its rare interest and value. This is to be followed by a number of other pamphlets, of uniform style, and so paged that the whole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly c
June 28th, 1883 AD (search for this): chapter 104
ole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly commend this style of making up records to other organizations, and would advise all interested in securing these very valuable papers, to write at once to the publishers, Carlton McCarthy & Co., Richmond, Va., to whose courtesy we are indebted for our copy. ceremonies connected with the inauguration of the Mausoleum and the unveiling of the Recumbent figure of General Robert Edward Lee, at washing-Ton and Lee University, Lexington, Va., June 28TH, 1883— oration of John W. Daniel, Ll.D.—Historical sketch of the Lee Memorial Association. Richmond, Va.: West, Johnston & Co. The publishers have sent us a copy of this beautifully gotten up pamphlet, of which it is only necessary to say that the compilation was done by the skilful hand, and the sketch of the Association was written by the graceful pen of our friend, Colonel William Allan. Send twenty-five cents to the publishers and secure a copy. St. Nicholas and the century for
E. C. Gordon (search for this): chapter 104
to the Revolution of 1776, which conveys a reproach upon the Southern part of the re-united country, and the use of which can only stir up bad blood, and revive bitter memories. contributions to A history of the Richmond how-Itzer battalion. Pamphlet No. 1. Contents: 1. Organization of the First Company, and John Brown Raid. By Captain Henry Hudnall, of Second Company, December 13th, 1878. 2. Our Dead. Captain W. Gordon McCabe, December 13th, 1878. 3. The Battle of Bethel. By Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Third Company, December 13th, 1882. 4. All Official Reports (Confederate States and United States), Battle of Bethel. This pamphlet of eighty-four pages (compiled by Carlton McCarthy, and printed by our own printer, W. Ellis Jones), is one of the most beautiful specimens of the printers' art we have ever seen. Its table of contents indicates its rare interest and value. This is to be followed by a number of other pamphlets, of uniform style, and so paged that the whole will m
December 13th, 1878 AD (search for this): chapter 104
bad blood, and revive bitter memories. contributions to A history of the Richmond how-Itzer battalion. Pamphlet No. 1. Contents: 1. Organization of the First Company, and John Brown Raid. By Captain Henry Hudnall, of Second Company, December 13th, 1878. 2. Our Dead. Captain W. Gordon McCabe, December 13th, 1878. 3. The Battle of Bethel. By Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Third Company, December 13th, 1882. 4. All Official Reports (Confederate States and United States), Battle of Bethel. ThDecember 13th, 1878. 3. The Battle of Bethel. By Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Third Company, December 13th, 1882. 4. All Official Reports (Confederate States and United States), Battle of Bethel. This pamphlet of eighty-four pages (compiled by Carlton McCarthy, and printed by our own printer, W. Ellis Jones), is one of the most beautiful specimens of the printers' art we have ever seen. Its table of contents indicates its rare interest and value. This is to be followed by a number of other pamphlets, of uniform style, and so paged that the whole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly commend this style of making up records to other organizations, and would advise all interested in s
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 104
y Captain Henry Hudnall, of Second Company, December 13th, 1878. 2. Our Dead. Captain W. Gordon McCabe, December 13th, 1878. 3. The Battle of Bethel. By Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Third Company, December 13th, 1882. 4. All Official Reports (Confederate States and United States), Battle of Bethel. This pamphlet of eighty-four pages (compiled by Carlton McCarthy, and printed by our own printer, W. Ellis Jones), is one of the most beautiful specimens of the printers' art we have ever seen. Its United States), Battle of Bethel. This pamphlet of eighty-four pages (compiled by Carlton McCarthy, and printed by our own printer, W. Ellis Jones), is one of the most beautiful specimens of the printers' art we have ever seen. Its table of contents indicates its rare interest and value. This is to be followed by a number of other pamphlets, of uniform style, and so paged that the whole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly commend this style of making up records to other organizations, and would advise all interested in securing these very valuable papers, to write at once to the publishers, Carlton McCarthy & Co., Richmond, Va., to whose courtesy we are indebted for our copy. ceremonies connected with the inaug
Lexington, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 104
paged that the whole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly commend this style of making up records to other organizations, and would advise all interested in securing these very valuable papers, to write at once to the publishers, Carlton McCarthy & Co., Richmond, Va., to whose courtesy we are indebted for our copy. ceremonies connected with the inauguration of the Mausoleum and the unveiling of the Recumbent figure of General Robert Edward Lee, at washing-Ton and Lee University, Lexington, Va., June 28TH, 1883— oration of John W. Daniel, Ll.D.—Historical sketch of the Lee Memorial Association. Richmond, Va.: West, Johnston & Co. The publishers have sent us a copy of this beautifully gotten up pamphlet, of which it is only necessary to say that the compilation was done by the skilful hand, and the sketch of the Association was written by the graceful pen of our friend, Colonel William Allan. Send twenty-five cents to the publishers and secure a copy. St. Nicholas and
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 104
ole will make a beautiful volume. We warmly commend this style of making up records to other organizations, and would advise all interested in securing these very valuable papers, to write at once to the publishers, Carlton McCarthy & Co., Richmond, Va., to whose courtesy we are indebted for our copy. ceremonies connected with the inauguration of the Mausoleum and the unveiling of the Recumbent figure of General Robert Edward Lee, at washing-Ton and Lee University, Lexington, Va., June 28TH, 1883— oration of John W. Daniel, Ll.D.—Historical sketch of the Lee Memorial Association. Richmond, Va.: West, Johnston & Co. The publishers have sent us a copy of this beautifully gotten up pamphlet, of which it is only necessary to say that the compilation was done by the skilful hand, and the sketch of the Association was written by the graceful pen of our friend, Colonel William Allan. Send twenty-five cents to the publishers and secure a copy. St. Nicholas and the century for
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