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The spirit of the Farmers" Museum, and Lay preacher"s gazette

The spirit of the Farmers" Museum, and Lay preacher"s gazette

being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment : consisting of a part of the essays of the Lay preachers, Colon and Spondee ... the most valuable part of the weekly summaries, nuts, epigrams, and epitaphs, sonnets, criticism &c., &c.

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Published by Printed for Thomas & Thomas, by D. & T. Carlisle in Walpole, (N.H.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American wit and humor

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDennie, Joseph, 1768-1812.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination318 p.
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17506030M
    OCLC/WorldCa11351067

    [The Farmer’s Weekly Museum was printed by David Carlisle, Jr. and edited by Joseph Dennie. This serial was continued under the title “The Farmers’ Museum, or. Lay Preacher’s Gazette.” The following excerpt is signed “PLAIN TRUTH.”] Miscellany. POLITICKS. For the FARMER’S WEEKLY MUSEUM. He also contributed to a number of newspapers of his period, and a collection of his contributions (with those of Joseph Dennie) were published in a volume, at Walpole, in , entitled ‘The Spirit of the Farmers’ Museum and Lay Preachers’ Gazette.’ [4] On October 16th, , the Continental Congress passed the following resolution.

    Royall Tyler () From The Sonnet in American Literature. The next [second] American sonneteer is Royall Tyler (), the author of The Contrast, our first comedy, and the second play by an American to be produced in America by a professional 's two sonnets are found in The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum and the Lay Preacher's Gazette, . FARMERS' MUSEUM OR LAY PREACHER'S GAZETTE, Walpole, New Hampshire, Dec. 30, * George Washington death (1st report) * Historic & Highly sought item Reports on the death of Washington remain among the more desired, and scarce, newspapers of the post-Revolutionary War era. Rarely have we been able to offer a first report: this is one.

    Chapter 1 A New Spirit, and God's Spirit. A new heart will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you. And I will put my Spirit within you.' -Ezekiel 26, GOD has revealed Himself in two great dispensations. In the Old we have the, time of promise and preparation, in the New that of fulfilment and possession.'. The Farmers Weekly Museum. The Rural Repository genius gentlemen Great-Britain Harry Blake Harvard College heart Hesdin honor Huzza Isaiah Thomas Jacob Crowninshield Jacobin labors Lay Preacher liberal liberty literary Massachusetts ment Mercury Museum nation never New-England New-York newspapers o'er Specimens of newspaper.


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The Spirit Of The Farmers' Museum, And Lay Preacher's Gazette: Being A Judicious Selection Of The Fugitive And Valuable And Lay preachers gazette book, Which Have Occasionally Appeared In That Paper, Since The Commencement Of Its : Joseph Dennie.

The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum, and Lay Preacher's Gazette: Being a Judicious Selection of the Fugitive and Valuable Productions, Which Have Establishment. Consisting of a Part of the E Paperback – August 9, Format: Paperback. The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum, and Lay Preacher's Gazette: Being a Judicious Selection of the Fugitive and Valuable Productions, Which Have Occasionally Appeared in That Paper (Paperback) Joseph Dennie (author)Author: Joseph Dennie.

The spirit of the Farmers' Museum, and Lay preacher's gazette. Being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment.

The Spirit of the Farmers' museum, and Lay preacher's gazette: being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment: consisting of a part of the essays of the Lay preacher, Colon and Spondee, American biography, the choicest efforts of the American muse, pieces of choice humour, the easy essays of the Hermit.

The Spirit of the Farmers' museum, and Lay preacher's gazette being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment: consisting of a part of the essays of the Lay preacher, Colon and Spondee, American biography, the choicest efforts of the American muse, pieces of choice humour, the easy essays of the Hermit.

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Being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its : Joseph Dennie. The Spirit of the Farmers' museum, and Lay preacher's gazette: being a judicious selection of the fugitive and valuable productions, which have occasionally appeared in that paper, since the commencement of its establishment: consisting of a part o.

[The Farmer’s Weekly Museum was printed by David Carlisle, Jr. and edited by Joseph Dennie. This serial was continued under the title “The Farmers’ Museum, or. Lay Preacher’s Gazette.” The following excerpt is signed “PLAIN TRUTH.”] Miscellany. POLITICKS. For the FARMER’S WEEKLY MUSEUM. The Spirit Of The Farmers' Museum, And Lay Preacher's Gazette Being A Judicious $ Press Photo Antique Kettles And Cauldrons Displayed At Farmers' Museum.

This seems to be confirmed by the following from The Spirit of the Farmers’ Museum, and Lay Preacher’s Gazette (Walpole, New Hampshire – ): A Rhetorician in a recent treatise upon his art, after recounting some of the most common errours [sic] in elocution, proceeds “to avoid these inconveniences, you ought to have a clear, strong voice.”.

Based on the following two sonnets, Royall Tyler is credited as the second American sonneteer. The two sonnets are found in The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum and the Lay Preacher's Gazette, Walpole, N.H.,under the caption "From the Shop of Messrs.

Colon & Spondee."Colon & Spondee was evidently the pseudonym used for the prose of. Tyler, Royall. (–) The Spirit of the Farmer's Museum and Lay Preacher's Gazette. Walpole, N. H., See also Bibliographies to Book I, Chap. IX, and Book II, Chaps. II and VI. Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin.

(–) Miscellanies first published under the name of. Farmer’s Museum (w). Walpole, New Hampshire. Ellis has Ap – Octo Note: Title varies: New Hampshire Journal; or, Farmer’s Weekly Museum Ap – April 3, ; New Hampshire and Vermont Journal; or, Farmer’s Weekly Museum Ap – Ma ; Farmer’s Weekly Museum: New Hampshire and Vermont Journal April 4, – March, ; Farmer.

The satiric book The Spirit of the Farmer’s Museum and Lay Preacher’s Gazette had this to say about beaus, what we might call “metrosexuals” today: He is, literally, made up of marechal powder, cravat and bootees.

The tailor and the shoemaker, the perfumer, and the laundress, must all fit in council, before a beau can take any public. Tyler, Royall. (–) The Spirit of the Farmer's Museum and Lay Preacher's Gazette. Walpole, N. H., See also Bibliographies to Book I, Chap.

IX, and Book II, Chaps. II and VI. Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin. (–) Miscellanies first published under the name of the Talisman. The Farmers Weekly Museum. The Boston Gazette genius gentlemen Great-Britain Harry Blake Harvard College heart Hesdin honor Huzza Isaiah Thomas Jacob Crowninshield Jacobin labors Lay Preacher liberal liberty literary Massachusetts ment Mercury Museum nation never New-England New-York newspapers o'er Omnium Specimens of newspaper.

'The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum and Lay Preachers' Gazette.' On October 16th,the Continental Congress passed the following resolution: "Whereas, frequenting play-houses and theatrical entertainments has a fatal tendency to divest the minds of the people from a due attention to the means necessary to the defence of their.

'The Spirit of the Farmers' Museum and Lay Preachers' Gazette.' 4> On October 16th,the Continental Congress passed the following resolution: "Whereas, frequenting play-houses and theatrical entertainments has a fatal tendency to divest the minds of the people from a due attention to the means necessary to the defence of their.

the Farmers' Museum, and Lay Preacher's Gazette (Walpole, New Hampshire, ); and in the Monthly Magazine and American Review, I & I ().

2 A copy of this letter appears in Smith's unpublished diary following an entry for Ap Note: Title varies: New Hampshire Journal; or, Farmer’s Weekly Museum Ap – April 3, ; New Hampshire and Vermont Journal; or, Farmer’s Weekly Museum Ap – Ma ; Farmer’s Weekly Museum: New Hampshire and Vermont Journal April 4, – March, ; Farmer’s Museum, or Lay Preacher’s Gazette.

[The Farmer’s Weekly Museum was printed by David Carlisle, Jr. and edited by Joseph Dennie. This serial was continued under the title “The Farmers’ Museum, or. Lay Preacher’s Gazette." The following excerpt is signed “PLAIN TRUTH.”] Miscellany. POLITICKS.

For the FARMER’S WEEKLY MUSEUM.