An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the Request of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, in ... An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the Request of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, in ... An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the Request of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, in ... An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the Request of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, in ...

An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the Request of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, in Commemoration of the Anniversary of American Independence [INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR]

Channing, Edward Tyrrel

Published by Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham, Boston, 1817
Condition: fair Soft cover
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Edward Tyrrel Channing (1790-1856) was a professor at Harvard College. He was the brother to the noted Unitarian preacher William Ellery Channing and physician Walter Channing. In 1807 he graduated from Harvard College, began to practice law in Boston but devoted his attention mainly to literature. From 1819-1850 he taught at Harvard as the Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oraty. His students included Ralph Waldo Emerson, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Wendell Phillips, and Henry David Thoreau. A memorial volume of his lectures was published in 1856 with a memoir by Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1815-1882). This pamphlet is inscribed by Channing to Dana on the title-page: "To Richard H. Dana Jr. from his sincerely Edward T. Channing." R. H. Dana Jr. was an American lawyer and politician from Massachusetts. He became a prominent abolitionist, helping to found the anti-slavery Free Soil Party in 1848. During the American Civil War he served as a United States Attorney. Address by chairman Charles Bulfinch to President James Monroe on pages 21 & 22. The address was delivered at the President's arrival in Boston on July 2, 1817, at the Exchange Coffee-House. President Monroe's answer is printed on pages 23 & 24. Original wrappers missing. Some chipping, creasing and minor closed tears on spine. Waterstain on page 24 affecting leaves through page 19. Foxing on first few leaves. Bottom corners on first few pages creased. Overall fair condition. Unique signed copy. "At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, assembled at Fanueil Hall, on Friday, the 4th day of July, A. D. 1817, 9 o'clock, A. M. and then adjourned to the Old South Church. Voted, That the Selectmen be, and hereby are, appointed a committee, to wait on Edward T. Channing, Esq. in the name of the town, and thank him for the elegant and spirited Oration, this day delivered by him at the request of the town, upon the Anniversary of American Independence, in which were considered the feelings, manners, and principles, which produced the great national event, and the important and happy effects, general and domestic, which have already, or will forever, flow from that auspicious epoch; and to request of him a copy for the press. Attest, Thomas Clark, Town Clerk.". Bookseller Inventory # 23376

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Title: An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1817 at the ...

Publisher: Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham, Boston

Publication Date: 1817

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:fair

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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