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Varina Howell: Wife of Jefferson Davis: Volume I - Eron Rowland
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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 100 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 Excerpt: . . . Levi M. , Charles H, Edward P. , and Esther were children born of this marriage, of whom only Charles and Edward now survive. In 1851 Judge Vilas selected Madison, Wisconsin, as his future home, being actuated largely by the belief that this city would afford a far better opportunity than his Vermont home for the education of his children. In Wisconsin he was for twelve years a regent of the State University, was mayor of Madison, and during three terms member of the legislature. Before coming to Wisconsin, he had accumulated for those days a moderate fortune, and only for a brief time re-entered the profession in which he had won high reputation in his native state. I cannot here dwell upon the boyhood of William F. Vilas. But I have been told by some of his comrades that, when he was a lad, he was among the foremost in all the sports in which they engaged; even as a boy he showed the energy and the masterful spirit, the zest for games and social enjoyment, which characterized his whole life. In those days our State University was both a preparatory school and a college. For seven years he there pursued his studies and graduated at the age of eighteen. He then for two years attended the Albany Law School, in New York, where he formed some of those friendships which endured for many years. Among others there, he came to know Col. John H. Knight, and between them continued a warm and lifelong friendship. On his twentieth birthday, in the year 1860, he was admitted to the bar, and formed a law partnership at Madison with Eleazer Wakely, who is still living, and who was at one time chief justice of Nebraska. Mr. Vilas had, however, hardly entered upon the work of his profession when the stirring events of the War of Secession turned his thoughts to other things. . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 66 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1817 Excerpt: . . . never. Not generally. In consequence of Mrs. Allcots ill state of health, the Commissioner was so kind as to allow me and my family to pass through of a Sunday, and as the Misses Johns always went to St. Johns before their father was an inhabitant of the Dock-Yard they went through with us. The key has been delivered to me every Sunday morning, and returned by me to the Commissioner on Monday morning when I went to read the orders. If I did not go to church myself, the key was never sent to my house for the use of my family. Committee adjourned. --And on the following day, Friday 1st of Nov. Commissioner Sir George Grey delivered in to the Committee his defence, upon Dr. Scotts charges, as follows: officiated there, was the time that the Commissioner continued his attendance subsequent to the Storekeepers first secession: when Dr. Scott returned and dismissed Mr. Sangar, the Storekeeper seceded again, and the Commissioner followed him, first of all sending the Chaplain the JetterNo. l. in the Appendix, accounting for his secession, and neither txje one nor the other pf them have returned to their duty sinee. h r io oon-. . -. . -. . : . -. SIR G. GREYS, DEFENCE, IN ANSWER TO THE CHARGES ALLEGED BY DR. SCOTT. Portsmouth Dock, GENTLEMEN, JV0B 1, 1816. having perused the Minutes of the investigation which you transmitted to me the evening of the 30th ultimo; I now beg to state to you what I would offer to the whole of Dr. Scotts complainings, and when I reflect on what is due to myself in the highly honourable and important station I here hold, and on what is due to my character, my family and connections, and consider what has passed between me and Dr. Scott, and look too at the letters of complaint he has recently written to the Admiralty agai. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 68 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1817 Excerpt: . . . before their father was an inhabitant of the Dock-Yard they went through with us. The key has been delivered to me every Sunday morning, and returned by me to the Commissioner on Monday morning when I went to read the orders. If I did not go to church myself, the key was never sent to my house for the use of my family. Never. Committee adjourned. --And on the following day, Friday 1st of Nov. Commissioner Sir George Grey delivered in to the Committee his defence, upon Dr. Scotts charges, as follows: officiated there, was the time that the Commissioner continued his attendance subsequent to the Storekeepers first secession: when Dr. Scott returned ana dismissed Mr. Sangar, the Storekeeper seceded again, and the Commissioner followed him, first of all sending the Chaplain the letter No. 1. in the Appendix, accounting for his secession, and neither the one nor the other of them have returned to their duty since. SIR G. GREYS DEFENCE, IN, ANSWER TO THE CHARGES ALLEGED BY DR. SCOTT. Portsmouth Dock, GENTLEMEN, Arov. i816. Haying perused the Minutes of the investigation which you transmitted to me the evening of the 30th ultimo; I now beg to state to you what I would offer to the whole of Dr. Scotts complainings, and when I reflect on what is due to myself in the highly honourable and important station I here hold, and on what is due to my character, my family and connections, and consider what has passed between me and Dr. Scott, and look too at the letters of complaint he has recently written to the Admiralty against me (on which your inquiry has been directed), and likewise at his own allegations now made before you, blended with his solemn assertions, and his own oath, and all the other evidence he has adduced (voluminous as these are), I am almost at a lo. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Pelican Publishing Company. Paperback. New. Paperback. 528 pages. Dimensions: 8.1in. x 5.7in. x 1.3in.Varina Davis is a lady in any event, Southern women of the aristocratic circles of Washington told the war correspondent of the London Times who had been sent to the National Capital to report all the news he could gather concerning the secession of the Southern States from the great American Union. There was a finality in their tones and manner as if the fact settled the whole question and right of secession. And being such perfect ladies themselves, who could be a better judge of what it took to be one. . . . They further informed him that Varina was popular and had friends and social influence in Washington, adding with pursed lips that she belonged to the set they called nice people; not like such people as he had seen in the White House. Thus Mrs. Jefferson Davis was described to one who, with piqued curiosity, was soon to meet her as the First Lady of the Southern Confederacy. . . . But Varina Howell Davis came proudly to her high station. She was not without a due understanding of its significance, nor was she without the feeling that she, in some degree, deserved the distinction. --from Chapter I In this volume, Mrs. Rowland has written a charming and accurate historical narrative of the Southern Confederacy in which the wife of Jefferson Davis plays a part that holds and fascinates the reader. The narrative, written in an easy, yet frank and forceful style, denotes the work as an important contribution to American biography. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Pelican Publishing Company

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PELICAN PUB CO], "Varina Davis is a lady in any event," Southern women of the aristocratic circles of Washington told the war correspondent of the London Times who had been sent to the National Capital to report all the news he could gather concerning the secession of the Southern States from the great American Union. There was a finality in their tones and manner as if the fact settled the whole question and right of secession. And being such perfect ladies themselves, who could be a better judge of what it took to be one. . . . They further informed him that Varina was popular and had friends and social influence in Washington, adding with pursed lips that she belonged to the set they called enice peoplei not like esuch peoplei as he had seen in the White House. Thus Mrs. Jefferson Davis was described to one who, with piqued curiosity, was soon to meet her as the First Lady of the Southern Confederacy. . . . But Varina Howell Davis came proudly to her high station. She was not without a due understanding of its significance, nor was she without the feeling that she, in some degree, deserved the distinction." --from Chapter I In this volume, Mrs. Rowland has written a charming and accurate historical narrative of the Southern Confederacy in which the wife of Jefferson Davis plays a part that holds and fascinates the reader. The narrative, written in an easy, yet frank and forceful style, denotes the work as an important contribution to American biography.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PELICAN PUB CO], "Varina Davis is a lady in any event," Southern women of the aristocratic circles of Washington told the war correspondent of the London Times who had been sent to the National Capital to report all the news he could gather concerning the secession of the Southern States from the great American Union. There was a finality in their tones and manner as if the fact settled the whole question and right of secession. And being such perfect ladies themselves, who could be a better judge of what it took to be one. . . . They further informed him that Varina was popular and had friends and social influence in Washington, adding with pursed lips that she belonged to the set they called enice peoplei not like esuch peoplei as he had seen in the White House. Thus Mrs. Jefferson Davis was described to one who, with piqued curiosity, was soon to meet her as the First Lady of the Southern Confederacy. . . . But Varina Howell Davis came proudly to her high station. She was not without a due understanding of its significance, nor was she without the feeling that she, in some degree, deserved the distinction." --from Chapter I In this volume, Mrs. Rowland has written a charming and accurate historical narrative of the Southern Confederacy in which the wife of Jefferson Davis plays a part that holds and fascinates the reader. The narrative, written in an easy, yet frank and forceful style, denotes the work as an important contribution to American biography.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen

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Varina Howell: Wife of Jefferson Davis: Volume I
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Varina Howell: Wife of Jefferson Davis: Volume I

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1565547861

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781565547865
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1565547861
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Date de parution: 2000
Editeur: PELICAN PUB CO
528 Pages
Poids: 0,649 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1565547861

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1-56554-786-1, 978-1-56554-786-5

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