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General index to the first twelve volumes, or first series, of Niles" Weekly Register
by Printed and published by the editor at the Franklin Press in Baltimore [Md.]
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45108.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||232, 22 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
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General Index to the First Twelve Volumes, or First Series, of Niles' Weekly Register: Being a Period of Six Years, from September,to September, by Which Every Article and Fact Noted, with Most of the Opinions, or Ideas, Advanced in This Ver: Adams, John, John Adams Library (Boston Public Librar, Adams Library (Boston Public Librar: Books - or: John Adams.
Niles published his general index the following year as General Index to the First Twelve Volumes, or First Series, of Niles’ Weekly Register being a Period of Six Years: from September,to September, (Baltimore, ).
He started de novo with the 30 Aug. issue of Niles’ Weekly Register, which began volume 13 of the work and volume 1 of the new series.
Hezekiah Niles (Octo – April 2, ), was an American editor and publisher of the Baltimore-based national weekly news magazine, Niles' Weekly Register (aka Niles' Register) and the Weekly Register.
Niles was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania, to a Quaker family, although his father quit the church to fight in the American Revolutionary War. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: William Ogden Niles.
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Other articles where Niles’ Weekly Register is discussed: Hezekiah Niles: Register (later to be called Niles’ Weekly Register), which he edited and published until and which became one of the most influential papers in the United States.
Niles favoured protective tariffs and the gradual abolition of slavery, and he ceaselessly propagandized for both these causes. Retrieved from "?title=Niles%27_Weekly_Register/Volume_37&oldid=". Niles' weekly register v.8 Mar.-Aug Niles’ Weekly Register () Grand Row—At Tammany Hall, New York.
From the Daily Advertiser—opposition. The great republican family was called together last evening in general meeting, to hear the report of the nominating committee.
The flag was displayed during the day, the bills were posted up in all parts of the city, and the building. Niles' Weekly Register, January 2, New Series No. 19, and No. 26, Vol.
III; Whole No. and Founded at Baltimore, Maryland by Hezekiah Niles () in as a weekly periodical. Nile's was the former editor of the Baltimore Evening Post in During the negotiations for the sale of the newspaper inNiles began his. Niles' Register – also known as The Weekly Register, Niles' Weekly Register, and Niles' National Register – was a highly influential weekly American newspaper which offered comprehensive coverage of news and current affairs in United States and the wider world.
It is a key source for scholars researching the first half of the nineteenth. The data given here is from the Official Register of the United States, as published from towhen the series ended.
It was known variously as the Biennial Register, since it was originally issued every two years in time for the first meeting of a new Congress, or the.
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The first two paragraphs of the Fort Hill Address are taken from Niles Weekly Register, Vol. XL, no. 25 (Aug ). The First Report of the Speech on the Reception of Abolition Petitions is taken from the Register of Debates, 24th Congress, 2nd Sess., Cols. First edition.
8vo. 23cm, in 2 volumes, 8vo. 23cm, in 2 volumes, xvi, ; vii, pp., with 2 lithographed frontis views, 2p. plan. 3/4 leather with new calf spine on original marbled paper boards.
The two plates, by T. Brown very minor foxing outside of images. A few pages in Vol.1 have light brown area over type from X to Xvi.Essays: First Series, is a series of essays written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, published inconcerning transcendentalism.
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