Man as a Creative First Cause: Two Discourses Delivered at Concord, Mass., July, 1882

by Rowland Gibson Hazard

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DAVIS, JOSIAH GARDNER Class Of (Non-graduate)Josiah Gardner Davis, D.D., son of Josiah Davis, Jr., and Elizabeth Gardner Waters, and grandson of Rev. Cornelius Waters, of Ashby, Mass.; born in Concord, Mass., Febru ; prepared for college at Concord Academy; graduated at Yale College, ; taught a private school for a few months in the academy building at Concord, The mother died in Glover, Decem Frederick Porter (8) Cheney was born J When a young man he went to Arcola, Minn., where he resided about eight years, returning then to Glover; and after the breaking out of the Civil War he enlisted in Company K, Eleventh Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Infantry. July 4. The Fourth! The Women's Parish Association will provide entertainment for all at the Town Hall, Concord, July 4th, from 2 to 12, P.M. Entertainment for Children from 3 to 8, P.M. Infants under 5 years of age, with their attendants, from 3 to 5, P.M. Children under 15 years, from 5 to 8, P.M. Dancing from 8 to A supper. Volume The Insurgent Delegate: Selected Letters and other Writings of George Thatcher. George Thatcher: A Federalist Journey in Letters; Methodology; Abbreviations and Short.

Royall TYLER was born in Boston, Mass., J , and died at Brattleboro, Aug He entered Harvard college J , and graduated in July , he studied law and was admitted to the bar in He located in Guilford in January , . In a company of artillery was chartered for Concord, and made its first parade the 4th of July of that year. By the charter act it was ordered that two brass field-pieces, suitably engraved, be provided for the company, and in pursuance of this a pair of six-pounders were given them. The inscription on these cannon reads: “The Legislature.   Correspondent Rita Braver visits the Concord, Mass., home of Louisa May Alcott to explore the story behind her classic novel "Little Women," about the . Group of 4 leaflet and broadsheet prospectuses for the Concord School, dated May 1, , J , J (variant printing), and 4to. R.G. Man a Creative First Cause: Two Discourses Delivered at Concord, Mass., Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Co., 1st ed. 12mo. xvi, pp. Orig. cloth. To which are.

Abraham Lincoln as a Man of Ideas, by Allen C. Guelzo: review essay, 67 Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission, , , 60 Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site Bicentennial Workshop (KHS), Abraham Lincoln Encyclopedia, The, by Mark E. Neely Jr.: reviewed,   A HAPPY HOUR'S COMMAND Down in the Woods, July 2d, If I do it at all I must delay no ruous and full of skips and jumps as is that huddle of diary-jottings, war-memoranda of '65, Nature-notes of '81, with Western and Canadian observations afterwards, all bundled up and tied by a big string, the resolution and indeed mandate comes to me this day, this .   Second Series: From to (privately printed; Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, ), , , 12 Concord First Church Record Book, ­2, ­12;; Ezra Ripley to Church in Concord, Mar. 10, , Letter file 7 R-­9, CFPL;; and Ezra Ripley, “Sketch of Report” [report of committee to revise the church covenant, 12 Mar.

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?q=ccl=an%3A%%22%20and%20se%3AThe%20family%3A%20haven%20or%20hazard%20&format=rss2. His first discourses were delivered before the Society of Natural History and the Mechanics Institute.

They were chiefly on scientific subjects, approached in a poetic spirit. In the autumn of he married Miss Lydia Jackson of Plymouth, having previously purchased a spacious old house and garden at Concord. After his return from England in he went to live with his mother at the old manse in Concord, Mass., and began his career as a lecturer in Boston.

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"Freedom of Mind in Willing; or, Every Being that wills, a Creative First Cause." New York: D. Appleton & Co. "Two Letters, on Causation, and Freedom in Willing, addressed to John Stuart Mill. With an Appendix on the Existence of Matter, and our Notions of Infinite Space." By Rowland G.

Hazard. Boston: Lee & Shepard. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Essayist, wrote Nature. Birthplace: Boston, MA Location of death: Concord, MA Cause of death: Pneumonia Remains: Buried, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, C. American poet and essayist, born in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 25th of May Seven of his ancestors were ministers of New England churches.

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After his return from England in he went to live with his mother at the old manse in Concord, Mass., and began his career as a lecturer in Boston. His first discourses were delivered before the Society of Natural History and the Mechanics' Institute. They were chiefly on.

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[Address at the Opening of the Concord Free Public Library]. Dedication of the New Building for the Free Public Library of Concord, Mass. Boston,37– Parnassus [a Collection of Poetry], edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson &hellip Boston, Letters and. " Man the Regiven no lectures except that on former." 2 He was busy with his book (the first series of Essays), and the project of a periodical new views was taking definite.

as the organ of the. The Respective Duties of Ministers and People Briefly Explained and Enforced the Substance of Two Discourses, Delivered at Great‑Yarmouth, in Norfolk, Jan. 9th,at the Ordination of the Rev.

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Proceedings at the Mass Meeting of Loyal Citizens: on Union Square, New-York, 15th day of July,under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, the Union Defence Committee of the Citizens of New York, the Common Council of the City of New York, and other committees of loyal citizens."An Address Delivered by Request of the Pawcatuck Temperance Society at Westerly, R.I.," July 4in folder 7.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer (). Educator and Transcendentalist; served as publisher of some of RGH's works.A sylvan philosopher (Mr Thoreau of Concord,) delivered a lecture at the City Hall Friday evening. his discourse was intended as an autobiography of two years of life in the woods;—an experiment by the lecturer to illustrate, not perhaps so much the absurdity of the present organization and customs of society, as the ease with which a man of.