2 edition of Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster found in the catalog.
Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster
James Nicholson Richardson
|Statement||by James N. Richardson....|
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|Pagination||101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
The Ulster County chapter in Mather & Brockett's Geographical History of the State of New York () Only a dozen years before French's Gazetteer, but a world of difference! Treatment of this county in the five pages allotted is fairly comprehensive in its treatment of the county's physical geography and history but a little spotty in. 2 James Orr, “The Wanderer”, Poems on Various Subjects, Belfast, Smyth and Lyons, , p.; 2 James Orr (), from Ballycarry, Co. Antrim, was a handloom weaver by trade, a Freemason and a member of the United Irishmen. He took part in the Rising in Ulster in and fled to America before returning to Ireland under an : Wesley Hutchinson. After the book came out, Sinn Féin spoke of Hughes's depression towards the end of his life, and his heavy drinking. They hinted that this was a vulnerable man who had been taken advantage of. Listening to his voice -- recorded seven years before he died in -- dispels that theory.
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Transcript of the book 'History of Friends in Portadown - ' - Bibliography. Reminiscences of Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book in Ulster. TRANSACTIONS OF THE CENTRAL RELIEF COMMITTEE OF FRIENDS DURING THE FAMINE IN IRELAND. reprint. WIGHAM, MAURICE J.
The Irish Quakers Memories of Machen Fifty Years Later. Inthe Presbyterian Journal (formerly The Southern Presbyterian Journal) published these “Reminiscences of Machen”. They were uncovered by friends of Ulster Worldly, and I digitized them. Personal Reminiscences of J. Gresham Machen.
Gresham Machen () was the leader in the formation of a doctrinally sound Presbyterian. SinceReminiscences of Friends in Ulster book has made it easy to find any book at the best price. Whether you want the cheapest reading copy or a specific collectible edition, with BookFinder, you'll find just the right book.
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Each box contains objects, information and images, and often, suggestions for use. Contents may vary from those listed. Bookings.
This is a free service, available to groups of all ages. Only one box can be borrowed at a time. Boxes are on loan for a maximum of two. Sojourner Truth () was originally a Dutch-speaking slave in Hurley, New York (Ulster County) who became one of the nineteenth century's most eloquent voices for the Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book of anti-slavery and women's rights.
This work includes several important texts about her life, beginning with a dictated autobiography. In it, she tells of her early life in slavery and how she did not officially.
Reminiscences, memoirs, and lectures of Monsignor A. Ravoux, V.G. Monsignor Augustin Ravoux () emigrated from France inresponding to the plea of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Dubuque, Iowa, for missionaries among the Indians.
His first mission was at Prairie du Chien, where he remained until he began ministering to the Sioux [Dakota] Indians in Read "The Reminiscences of Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book Irish Land Agent" by S. Hussey available from Rakuten Kobo. Probably the first criticism on this book will be that Brand: Library of Alexandria.
Principles of Quakerism: a collection of essays / Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book For sale at Friends' Book Store, ), Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book Society of Friends (page images at HathiTrust) The Quaker; a study in costume, (Philadelphia, Ferris & Leach, ), by Amelia M.
Gummere (page images at HathiTrust) Book of discipline of Ohio Yearly Meeting of the Friends Church. The book is available from them at £, and for post and packing you add £ in the UK for 1 book and £2 additionally per book for 2 or more. Overseas it is £p by surface mail. The Richardsons of Bessbrook - Reminiscences of Friends in Ulster book Quakers in the linen industry () By Richard S Harrison.
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Full text of "Scotch Irish pioneers in Ulster and America". Alan John Percivale Taylor FBA (25 March – 7 September ) was a British historian who specialised in 19th- and 20th-century European a journalist and a broadcaster, he became well known to millions through his television lectures.
His combination of academic rigour and popular appeal led the historian Richard Overy to describe him as "the Macaulay of our age".Alma mater: Oriel College, Oxford. Friends' School, Lisburn, shortly to celebrate its th. anniversary, will mark the occasion; with a major development scheme.
A target of over £, has been set to get the project under way, but before the public appeal was announced at the school yesterday more than £20, had been donated.
PREFACE: IN Mr. Carlyle's journal for are the two following entries: " May, 17, - Am thinking of a tour in Ireland: unhappily have no call of desire that way, or any way, but am driven out somewhither (just now) as by the point of bayonets at my back.
Ireland really is my problem; the breaking point of the huge suppuration which all British and all European society now is. Mary Delany (née Granville) (14 May – 15 April ) was an English artist, letter-writer, and Bluestocking, equally famous for her "paper-mosaicks" and botanic drawing, needlework and her lively correspondence.
4 Career as an artist. 8 External links. Mary Delany was born at Coulston, Wiltshire, the daughter of Colonel Bernard Born: Mary Granville, 14 MayCoulston, Wiltshire. PREFACE. Probably the first criticism on this book will be that it is colloquial. The reason for this lies in the fact that though Mr.
Hussey has for two generations been one of the most noted raconteurs in Ireland, he has never been addicted to writing, and for that reason has always declined to arrange his memoirs, though several times approached by publishers and strongly urged to do so by.
Reminiscences of the West. What his musings were we know not—companions he had but few—friends, such friends as one opens their heart to in these balmy hours of witching eve, he had none.
With the exception of his mother and sister, he was alone—yes, alone in the world; but he knew it not, he felt it not; it was the result of the. The Heather Blazing by Colm Toibin is a deeply emotional, deeply moving book. Its the story of Eamon Redmond, a complex man, grown on tender roots, influential friends, a keen intellect and a tangible distance between himself and those whom he loves/5.
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BOOK REVIEWS The Years of My Pilgrimage, Random Reminiscences. By Rt. Hon. Sir John Ross Bart. Longmans, Green & Co. Lon. don: Pp This is not a notable autobiography.
Avowedly, it is not an attempt to write history, nor will it merit the historian's atten. tion as a source. It is, however, a fascinating and instructive. Folklore -- Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms: Folklore; Folklore -- Ireland; Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland. Reminiscences of the West. About this prince, who was born in the latter end of the twelfth century,—and who, says the Ulster Annals, was "the best Irishman, from the time of Brien Boroma, for gentility and honour; and should any of our angling friends ever visit the locality we have described.
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GLENN FAMILY HISTORY TABLE OF CONTENTS The Glenn Family in Scotland Scotland Robert Glenn,The Immigrant Glenn Family in the U.S. Genealogical Summary -- From Robert Glenn to Emma Louise Glenn The Genealogy John Glenn (), The First Pioneer Stories by William Henry Glenn () Reminiscences Official Records, Newspaper clippings and Family Bibles Family Records.
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Rothiemurchus. James Moore's daughter Alice was married in a Friends' Meeting at his own house, 10 Mo. 17,to Thomas Irwin, of Lisnegarvy (Minutes of Ulster Province Meeting). 6 Mo. 13, at the Province Meeting there is mention of "y e men and womens meeting held at James Moors y e 3 th of y e 2 Mo.
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Levi Coffin was born on Octo in North Carolina. Levi descended from Tristram Coffin, Sr. through his son, John of Nantucket, MA.
He was a member of The Society of Friends (Quakers) and by 15 had begun assisting slaves to escape. According to available records, James Reed married Margaret Floyd circa The couple had seven sons and two daughters.
Initially, this memorial was entered for Col James Reed by Mike Hahn reporting that James Reed was a Lt Col in the U.S. War of Independence. According to research presented October.
Jean McConville was 38 when she disappeared, and she had spent nearly half her life either pregnant or recovering from childbirth. She brought 14 children to term and lost four of them, leaving Author: Patrick Radden Keefe. Memoirs of an Arabian Princess, Translated by Lionel Strachey; But this book contains intimate revelations betokening an extraordinary knowledge of Arab life in general and of Zanzibar royal harem life in particular.
When an Arabian lady goes out she dons her shale, representing comforter, jacket, ulster, waterproof, and dustcoat all in. Reminiscences of an Irish Locomotive Works By E. JOYNT, E. (Continued from page 53) p The old engine shed at Inchicore was the most remarkable looking building in the premises.
It was built of stone, and the side facing the railway suggested the appearance of an English baronial hall with its ornamental stonework and.
James Simmons was born in in Derry, Northern attended the University of Leeds as a mature student in the late 's where he met lifelong friends Tony Harrison and Wole s went on to teach English at Ahamadu Bello University in Nigeria, Friends School, Lisburn, and the New University of Ulster, Coleraine, and in was named Writer in Residence at.
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Originally in ancient times it was a personal name of endearment as in "Little man," and even as a medieval nickname surname, probably did not describe a man of small stature, but the very opposite.
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