The North American Review V19 1824

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The North American Review V19  1824

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The North American Review

Memoirs of Gen. Lafayette ; with an Account of his Visit to America , and of his
Reception by the People of the United States ; from his Arrival , Aug. 15th , to the
Celebration at Yorktown , Oct. 19 , 1824 ; to which is prefixed a correct Likeness
of ...

The North American Review

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William Hickling Prescott

7 [WHP], “TheFrench andEnglishTragedy,” North American Review, 16 (January,
1823): 124–156. For thissection ... 11 [WHP],“Italian Narrative Poetry,” North
AmericanReview, 19(October, 1824): 337–389 12 Ibid., p.389. 13 Gerald T.White,
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William Hickling Prescott

Author: C. Harvey Gardiner

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 0292735154

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This biography of a distinguished historian and man of letters is the first study of William Hickling Prescott (1796–1859) to be written by a historian who has worked with the very themes explored by Prescott. And it is the first to treat him not only as creative historian but also as family man, as traveler and clubman, as investor and humanitarian, and as private citizen with strong political preferences. Prescott the socialite and Prescott the introvert writer emerge in the round as the magnificent amateur who helped establish canons that have enriched American historical scholarship ever since. Blending history and literature, his multivolume works won Prescott the first significant international reputation to be accorded to an American historian. Working despite persistent obstacles of health and against a penchant for society and leisure that was always part of his personality, Prescott came to be considered the finest interpreter of the Hispanic world produced by the Anglo-Saxon world. His Conquest of Mexico and Conquest of Peru were pronounced classics. C. Harvey Gardiner takes the reader back to the nineteenth century in style and in subject to present William Hickling Prescott, gentleman and scholar, firmly fixed in relationship to his community and his times. But Gardiner's Victorian stance and respect for nineteenth-century historiography do not prevent his presenting Prescott as a whole man, viewed in retrospect, stripped of myth, and evaluated for moderns.

Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists

1915) 8; D. W. Hollis, The University of South Carolina: Volume II: College to
University (Columbia, SC 1956) 195, 213, 247; ... Vitae (Boston, 1826); "The
Value of Classical Learning," North American Review 19 (July 1824) 125-37;
review of ...

Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists

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Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313245602

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While European scholarship in the Classics has a long and established tradition, very little has been written on the history of classical scholarship in North America. This book provides a starting point for defining the history of North American Classics scholarship. The volume contains some 600 biographical profiles of figures who significantly influenced Classical scholarship in the United States and Canada.

Lester J Cappon and the Relationship of History Archives and Scholarship in the Golden Age of Archival Theory

Sparks to Edward Everett , 19 Sept . 1827 , Adams , Sparks , 1 : 358 . 41 . The
Massachusetts Historical Society has a collection of these documents inscribed
to Sparks or with his autograph . See North American Review , 19 : 165 ( 1824 ) ...

Lester J  Cappon and the Relationship of History  Archives  and Scholarship in the Golden Age of Archival Theory

Author: Lester Jesse Cappon

Publisher: Society of Amer Archivists

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The American Renaissance in New England

... North American Review , 18 ( April 1824 ) : 390 - 406 ; “ The Value of Classical
Learning , " North American Review , 19 ( July 1824 ) : 125 – 137 ; “ The Life and
Genius of Goethe : Goethe ' s Werke , " North American Review , 19 ( October ...

The American Renaissance in New England

Author: Wesley Mott

Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning

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Contains biographical sketches of authors who wrote or began publishing their major works during the American Renaissance in New England (between 1830 and 1860). Wide scope of authors includes: novelists, poets, essayists, editors, humorists, translators, compilers, journalists, reformers, abolitionists, scientists, lexicographers; special attention is given to the Transcendental authors - headed by Emerson and Thoreau.

Life of Johann Wolfgang Goethe

675-697 ; North American Review , by E. same article , Littell's Living Everett , vol
. 4 , 1817 , pp . 217 Age , vol . 116 , pp . 3-19 ; and 262. - Blackwood's Edinburgh
Eclectic Magazine , vol . 17 N.S. , Magazine , vol.116 , 1824 , pp . 369 pp .

Life of Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Author: James Sime

Publisher: London, Walter Scott

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Heaven Can Wait

37 (March 7, 1827), 292. The Catholic Miscellany 8, no. 3. Ibid. Luis Lopez
Mendez, “South America: Observaciones sobre las leyes de Indias, isobre de
indepenci de Americas,” North American Review 19, issue 44 (July 1824), 158–
208: 159.

Heaven Can Wait

Author: Diana Walsh Pasulka

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190210818

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After purgatory was officially defined by the Catholic Church in the thirteenth century, its location became a topic of heated debate and philosophical speculation: Was purgatory located on the earth, or within it? Were its fires real or figurative? Diana Walsh Pasulka offers a groundbreaking historical exploration of spatial and material concepts of purgatory, beginning with scholastic theologians William of Auvergne and Thomas Aquinas, who wrote about the location of purgatory and questioned whether its torments were physical or solely spiritual. In the same period, writers of devotional literature located purgatory within the earth, near hell, and even in Ireland. In the early modern era, a counter-movement of theologians downplayed purgatory's spatial dimensions, preferring to depict it in abstract terms--a view strengthened during the French Enlightenment, when references to purgatory as a terrestrial location or a place of real fire were ridiculed by anti-Catholic polemicists and discouraged by the Church. The debate surrounding purgatory's materiality has never ended: even today members of post-millennial ''purgatory apostolates'' maintain that purgatory is an actual, physical place. Heaven Can Wait provides crucial insight into the theological problem of purgatory's materiality (or lack thereof) over the past seven hundred years.

Biennial Report

BOUND NEWSPAPERS , ETC. , OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES
CONTINUED . ... 1814 , 1815 1 North American Review , Boston ( Nos . 3-6 , 10 ,
11 , 13 , 14 ... 1-19 , 1824-1836 , and 12 vols . between 1840 and 1867 .. 1824-
1868 31 ...

Biennial Report

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Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society

Oxford Democrat , Paris . Maine Advertiser , Norway . 1824-1826 1871-1876
1872-1875 2 6 2 2 3 1 4 MARYLAND . ... 1879-1888 4 Jottings ( monthly ) ,
Baltimore ..... 1887 , 1888 2 The American Journal of Psychology , Baltimore , (
quarterly ) . 1888 1 MASSACHUSETTS . The Boston Chronicle , Dec. 21 , 1767 ,
to Dec. 19 ...

Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society

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Deutsch amerikanische Geschichtsbl tter

69 In the meanwhile , Goethe must have received further copies of the North
American Review . When Oberbaudirektor Coudray came to him on August 19 ,
1824 , they discussed " the digging of the Canal of the West ” , namely the Erie
Canal ...

Deutsch amerikanische Geschichtsbl  tter

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V. 3 no. 1 has supplement: Gustav Körner, deutsche-amerikanischer jurist, staatsmann, diplomat und geschichtschriber. Ein lebensbild von H. A. Rattermann.

American Journal of Numismatics

MAI 1824 IHR IUBELFEST BR . ML . BIBRACH AMSTR . BR . L. MAISAN DEP . A
MStr . in ten lines . ( The true and perfect Lodge of the Pillar , in the Orient of
Breslau , founded May 19 , 1774 , celebrated its jubilee May 19 , 1824 , & c . ) ...

American Journal of Numismatics

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American Lawyers in a Changing Society 1776 1876

Henry D . Sedgwick , “ The Common Law , " North American Review , 19 (
October 1824 ) : 427 , 430 ; " The Common Law , " Port Folio , 17 ( April 1824 ) :
296 - 299 ; “ The Common Law , " Atlantic Magazine , 1 ( May 1824 ) : 23 - 30 ; "
On the ...

American Lawyers in a Changing Society  1776 1876

Author: Maxwell H. Bloomfield

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press

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American Lawyers in a Changing Society, 1776-1876 focuses on the interactions between law, lawyers, and American society taking into account not only the influence that bench and bar wielded over the lay public, but also the equally important restraints that societal norms imposed upon the thinking and behavior of the professional classes.

Alphabetical and Analytical Catalogue of the New York Society Library

American Mechanic's Magazine and Criti- | Monthly Anthology and Boston
Review , cal Review , 1817-18 . 1804-09 . American Monthly ... Analectic
Magazine , 1813–19 . New York City Hall ... York Farmer , 1833-37 . York , 1824-
37 . New York Journal of Medicine , 1843-47 . Atlantic Magazine , 1824 . New
York Magazine ...

Alphabetical and Analytical Catalogue of the New York Society Library

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The International Fiction Review

For example, in an 1833 survey of Child's novels, North American Review
commentator Grenville Mellen denounces the ... 138–64; review of Hobomok, a
Tale of Early Times, by Lydia Maria Child, North American Review 19 (1824): 262
–63; ...

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American Journal of Science

Published in the American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review , vols . iii and iv
. New York , 1818-19 . ... 1824. Mr. Barnes was one of the earliest contributors to
the “ Annals ” of the New York Lyceum of Natural History , of which Society be ...

American Journal of Science

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