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An oration; delivered at the King"s-Chapel in Boston, April 8, 1776

Perez Morton

An oration; delivered at the King"s-Chapel in Boston, April 8, 1776

on the re-interment of the remains of the late most worshipful Grand-Master Joseph Warren, Esquire; president of the late Congress of this colony, and major-general of the Massachusetts forces; who was slain in the Battle of Bunker"s-Hill, June 17, 1775. By Perez Morton, M.M.

by Perez Morton

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Published by Printed, and to be sold by J. Gill, in Queen-Street in Boston .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination13, [3] p.
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22409663M


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Get this from a library. An oration ; delivered at the King's-Chapel in Boston, April 8, on the re-interment of the remains of the late most worshipful Grand-Master Joseph Warren, Esquire ; president of the late Congress of this colony, and major-general of the Massachusetts forces ; who was slain in the Battle of Bunker's-Hill, June 17, An oration, delivered at the King's Chapel in Boston, April 8, on the re-interment of the remains of the late most worshipful Grand-Master Joseph Warren, Esquire, president of the late Congress of this colony, and major-general of the Massachusetts forces ; who was slain in.

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James B. Bell), which is available in the MHS reference "Oration Delivered Before the City Government and Citizens of Committee for Rebuilding King's Chapel in Boston: Box VI.1, Folder 8, 9, 15; Box 1L, Folder 4.

Born in Boston's North End in December,Paul Revere was the son of Apollos Rivoire, a French Huguenot (Protestant) immigrant, and Deborah Hitchbourn, daughter of a local artisan family.

Rivoire, who changed his name to Paul Revere some time after immigrating, was a goldsmith and eventually the head of a large household. The farm, situated in what was later known as North Chelsea and Winthrop, comprised upward of three hundred acres about half of which was salt marsh.

It belonged in the Sale family for many years and was finally released from its entailment to the First Church by a deed of Rufus Ellis, elder, and George O. Harris, deacon, on April 30, in consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars. The Boston Book: Containing matter relating to the second International Congregational Council, Minutes of Selectmen’s Meetings from September 1,to April 24, A catalogue of the city councils of Boston,Roxbury,and an oration delivered.

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A series of lectures, delivered in Park street church, Boston, on Sabbath evening. (Boston, Doctrinal tract and book society, ), by Edward Dorr Griffin and Congregational Board of Publication (page images at HathiTrust) Occasional sermons, and reviews and essays / (New York: Carlton & Porter, ), by James Floy (page images at HathiTrust).

He was a gentleman of the old school,--tall, well-bred, and dignified in demeanor, fond of reading, and of considerable oratorical ability. He delivered an appropriate eulogy on Washington at Milton, Feb.

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On April 18,at 10 o'clock at night, eight hundred men embarked from Boston Common and crossed the Charles river in boats to the Cambridge shore. At the same time Paul Revere rowed across the river, lower down, and landed in Charlestown, and then, on horseback, went in advance of the troops to alarm the country.

As is well known, Grand Master Warren was killed June 17,at the Battle of Bunker Hill. The meetings of the Massachu- setts Grand Lodge were suspended from this time until I)ecembe.r,with the exception of one held April 8,when a memorable oration on the life and character of Warren was delivered by Brother Perez Morton.

Near the front of the building the Sons of Liberty erected five successive "liberty poles" between and In the Declaration of Independence, brought by courier from the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, was read here, for the first time in New York, in the presence of George Washington.

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