1 edition of [Letter to] My dear Anne W. Weston found in the catalog.
[Letter to] My dear Anne W. Weston
Richard Davis Webb
in Dublin, [Ireland]
Written in English
|Series||Anne Warren Weston Correspondence (1834-1886)|
|Contributions||Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890, recipient|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 leaves (8 p.) ;|
Anne Bradstreet writes a love poem to her dear husband. The poem's tone is endearing, emotional, and passionate. She writes of her love and claims that he and she are one. Bradstreet is . A letter to my dear friend John's mum He bought me the best birthday present I have ever had (a very particular book) and wrote a message in it that I have hidden from everyone. I am Author: Guardian Staff.
When I read this letter and other love letters that he sent her, I find it so hard to understand how Henry who waited so long,,(seven years at least) to finally be with Anne,he could of then treated her the way that he did and her brother as well, who was a favourite courtier The lovely and brave Anne Boleyn was and always will be my favourite Queen of all time. Sullivan Ballou (Ma – J ) was a lawyer and politician from Rhode Island, and an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil is remembered for an eloquent letter he wrote to his wife Sarah, two weeks before he was killed in the First Battle of Bull RunAllegiance: United States of America.
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[Letter to] My dear Anne [manuscript] by Weston, Deborah, b; Weston, Anne Warren,recipient. Deborah Weston writes about Ellis Bartlett, who is the assistant to Mr. John F. Emerson, and is [Letter to] My dear Anne W. Weston book abolitionist, "I hope something can be made of him." Mr.
Means [a minister] told Deborah that "he hoped [John A.] Collins was in his Pages: 4. [Letter to] My dear Anna [manuscript] Item Preview The delivery address is: Anne Warren Weston, 38 Boylston Street, Boston The Grimké sisters hope to be excused from writing "in the Album," as they "feel an objection to writing in a book that is to be sold." Sarah M.
Grimké mourns "that brother Lovejoy died in the transgression of. Author of Songs of the free and hymns of Christian freedom, Right and wrong in Massachusetts, [Incomplete letter to] Dear Anne, [Incomplete letter to] Dear Caroline, How glad am I, my dear Mary, to hear from you directly once again, I have just finished, dear Deborah, [Incomplete letter to] Dear Lizzy, [Incomplete letter to] Dear Caroline.
Rough copy of a letter to F. Kemble; A.W. Weston. Mrs Frances Anne Kemble Dear Madam I trust that an apology for addressing you may be found in the belief I am most happy to entertain that on the question now so deeply agitating the whole country, that of the continuance of American Slavery your sympathies are in agreement with those of the Abolitionists.
[Letter to] My dearest Miss Weston [manuscript] [Mary Anne Estlin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. This ought, my dear Miss Estlin, to be an interesting letter by Anne Warren Weston; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Correspondence, Women abolitionists, Antislavery movements, History; Places: United States, Boston, Massachusetts; People: Anne Warren Weston (), Mary Anne Estlin (); Times: 19th century.
My Dear Children: Knowing by experience that the exhortations of parents take most effect when the speakers leave to speak, and those especially sink deepest which are spoke latest — and being ignorant whether on my death-bed I shall have opportunity to speak to any of you, much lesse to All — thought it the best, whilst I was able to compose some short matters, Author: Anne Bradstreet.
[Letter to] Dear Anne by Lucia Weston (Book) Extracts from letter of A.W. Weston [to unknown person] by Anne Warren Weston (Book by Samuel A Foot (Book) 1 edition published. Dear Friends I am directed by the Board of the Boston Female A.S.
Society to address you at this time for the purpose of assuring you that though the love of some of those who have been hither to esteemed as the firm supporters of the A.S. cause, seems to be waking cold, & though some who have put their hands to the plough seem to be looking back and.
Dear Anne Lyrics: Out of sight, out of mind, out of time to decide / Do we run. Should I hide for the rest of my life. / Out of sight, out of mind, out of time to decide /.
A letter from Anne Weston Warren to the Female Anti-Slavery Society, Anne Warren Weston has been directed by the Board of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society to address the members at this time to assure them that, while "the hearts of many appear failing them for fear, yet it is not so with us.
To the memory of my dear Daughter in Law, Mrs. Mercy Bradstreet, who deceased Sept. in the Upon a Fit of Sickness,Anno Aetatis Suae, Julia Williams (born July 1, - January 7, ) was an African-American abolitionist who was active in free in Charleston, South Carolina, she moved with her family as a child to Boston, Massachusetts and was educated in the North.
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