2 edition of Letter of Abbott Lawrence, June 7, 1847 found in the catalog.
Letter of Abbott Lawrence, June 7, 1847
|Contributions||Lawrence Scientific School Association., YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 23174|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||96211448|
The letter of J , describes being hit in the knee by a spent rifle ball near Petersburg, Virginia. The letter dated September details being sun struck on August 14 at Deep Bottom, which landed him in him in the hospital for much of his remaining time in service. The Wesley Shaw letters have been digitized. Finding aid available. 1 June Concord, Mass. Thoreau writes to James Elliot Cabot in reply to his letter of 27 May: Dear Sir,— I send you 15 pouts, 17 perch, 13 shiners, 1 larger land tortoise, and 5 muddy tortoises, all from the pond by my house. Also 7 perch, 5 shiners, 8 breams, 4 dace, 2 muddy tortoises, 5 painted do., and 3 land do., all from the river.
Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, Typewritten letter signed to Evan Randolph. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1 page, January General note. On the stationery of Harvard University. 2: Return to Top» Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, Rare Book and Manuscript Library New York, NY Papers: 2 letters (, ); 1 letter (Octo ) in the Belmont family collection; 1 letter (J ) in the Daveis collection; 1 letter (J ) in the John Adams Dix collection; 2 letters (April 2, ; Febru ) in the Hamilton Fish papers; 10 letters (
John Lawrence LeConte (, APS ), entomologist was an active member of the American Philosophical Society and founding member of the American Entomological Society; a charter member of the National Academy of Sciences in ; surgeon and medical inspector for the U.S. Army medical corps, ; president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in ; and. June 7, ). Henry Stevens died on Febru In , Henry Newton Stevens became a partner in his father's firm, then called Henry Stevens & Son, and in Robert E. Stiles joined the firm, which then became Henry Stevens, Son and Stiles.
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Abbott Lawrence, (born Dec. 16,Groton, Mass., U.S.—died Aug. 18,Boston, Mass.), American merchant and philanthropist who was a major developer of the New England textile led June 7 founding the town of Lawrence, Mass., named in his honour, and built several mills there, making it a textile centre.
Lawrence joined his brother, Amos Lawrence (–), in business in. The Letters of Archie Butt Hardcover – January 1, by editor Abbott, Lawrence F. (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Price: $ Samuel Lawrence of Groton, Massachusetts, and his wife, Susanna Parker, had at least two sons: Amos and Abbott.
Amos Lawrence was born in Groton on Apand worked as a store clerk untilwhen he moved to Boston. He opened a dry goods store and was a. David Abbott has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. David Abbott’s most popular book is The Upright Piano Player.
Included is a printed sheet (attached to a letter from Aiken) of the "Statistics of Lowell Manufactures" (Feb. ), the "Dividends of the Lawrence Management Company" (attached to a letter from Samuel Lawrence, ), and a printed comparison between the benefits of water power vs.
steam power and the losses at the Dover mills (attached to a. Abbott Lawrence papers Creator Lawrence, Abbott, Extent Cubic Feet Subjects Letters. Presidential candidates -- United States. Arrangement Collection is arranged chronologically.
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Early life. He was a brother of Jacob Abbott, and was associated with him in the management of Abbott's Institute, New York City, and in the preparation of his series of brief historical Abbott graduated at Bowdoin College inprepared for the ministry at Andover Theological Seminary, and between andwhen he retired from the ministry in the Congregational Church Born: SeptemBrunswick, Maine.
The Abbot's Book. likes. All about our upcoming VR project, The Abbot's ers: Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, from a letter which wc publish to-day, tha the Hon. Abbott Lawrence, of Boston, has pre ented to the corporation of Harvard Universitj the sum of fifty thousand dollars, to be expended in establishing a school tor th.
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Biography/History This is a varied collection of historical manuscripts obtained by the Free Library of Philadelphia. ON MAmerchant-industrialist Abbott Lawrence met privately in his countingroom in Boston with Charles S. Storrow (–), the thirty-six-year-old chief engineer and agent of the Boston and Lowell Railroad.
Lawrence and his business associates were preparing to build a new textile city along the Merrimack River, and he wanted Storrow to take charge. Joseph Abbott led the way in the first decade of Methodism and the Abbotts have already had their representatives in church life.
In Joseph Abbott had 22 members, and thirty- five years later, inhe still retained 26 names on his Class book. It appears that the Abbotts sprang from two stocks,File Size: KB.
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Descendants of John Lawrence Endnotes 1. John Lawrence, Gen. Memoirs of the Family of John Lawrence of Watertown (, & ). 2. Henry Bond M.D.
( - ), Early Settlers of Watertown,(Boston: Little, Brown, ), Vol II, page 3. William Richard Cutter,A.M. ( - ), Genealogical and Family History of Central New York, Vol II, page WORLD'S FIRST DOMESTIC SATELLITE #1) HUGHES AIRCRAFT COMPANY. [circa ]. Barrel shaped model in metal /4 inches high x 3 inches diameter, shiny blue and black colours, mounted on a polished wood base, 6 inches long x /2 inches wide.Abbott Lawrence.
Abbott Lawrence (), American manufacturer and diplomat, helped develop the New England textile industry and later represented those interests in the U.S. Congress. Abbott Lawrence was born on Dec. 16,in Groton, Mass., into an old-line New England family that had settled in Massachusetts in He was apprenticed in to his brother, Amos, a Boston.