[Letter to] Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, My Dear Friend

by William Lloyd Garrison in Boston, [Mass.]

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Correspondence,
  • History,
  • Abolitionists,
  • American Woman Suffrage Association,
  • Suffrage,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Women

Edition Notes

SeriesWilliam Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)
ContributionsBeecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887, recipient
The Physical Object
Format[manuscript]
Pagination1 leaf (4 p.) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25468953M

AS a letter-writer, Henry Ward Beecher was a constant wonder. He never wrote a commonplace letter. There was always himself in it—in whatever mood it found him. 1 It was not customary for him to see all his mail. As a rule Mrs. Beecher opened it, and attended to most of it. One evening. My last child to graduate from college just did it with multiple degrees. This particular child also started college at got married, had kids, never took out a loan, never got a grant, didn't ask me for money, was the president of clubs on campus, would rather read a book than watch tv, and never attended a day of government school.   Henry Ward Beecher, a famous minister and friend of Mark Twain’s, delivered Ulysses S. Grant’s eulogy after his death in In this page letter to Beecher, held by the UC Berkeley Library, Twain extols Grant’s loyalty, kindness, and gentleness. Thomas Wentworth Higginson (Decem – May 9, ) was an American Unitarian minister, author, abolitionist, and was active in the American Abolitionism movement during the s and s, identifying himself with disunion and militant abolitionism.

Henry War Beecher ALS [autographed letter signed]. Written Brooklyn, NY, February 15th, " x ", mounted on " x " paper leaf. Vertical and horizontal creases to actual letter, light toning of mounting leaf, small divots on left side of mounting leaf from removal from a Author: Henry Ward [ALS] Beecher. A book about a 19th century preacher sounds as if it could be boring and not pertinent to today's world. This fascinating account of the life of Henry Ward Beecher proves that wrong. Henry was indeed the most famous man in America in the 's. People hung onto every word of this highly charismatic, brilliant, and complex minister/5(7). Clemens also published the sketch "Rev. Henry Ward Beecher's Farm," which was published in Sketches () and A Curious Dream (). They exchanged letters and kept a mostly pleasant acquaintance; Clemens usually saw Beecher when he visited his sister Isabella Hooker, who was Clemens's neighbor and close friend in Hartford.   Hooker — whose father was Rev. Lyman Beecher and whose half-siblings included Henry Ward Beecher, Catharine Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe — received the letters in the Rochester collection.

– Henry Ward Beecher “Remember, the greatest gift is not found in a store nor under a tree, but in the hearts of true friends." – Cindy Lew “Friendship doubles our joy and divides our grief.” – Swedish proverb. Inspiring Scripture for Teachers. Proverbs Wounds from a sincere friend are better than many kisses from an enemy. Among the ceremonies will be the delivery of a public address by the Reverend HENRY WARD BEECHER. my friends, my fellow citizens, and fellow soldiers, to perform an act of duty to my . Some books are easy to love. Norwood isn’t one of them. A work of fiction that even its admirers pointed out is “not a novel, but a pastoral,” a description of village life in New England which reviewers agreed “caricatures rather than characterizes Life in New England,” a spiritual excursion which some readers felt contains “cheap appeals to theological prejudices” would. About this Item. Title: James B. Pond to Walt Whitman, 25 April Date: Ap Whitman Archive ID: loc Source: The Charles E. Feinberg Collection of the Papers of Walt Whitman, –, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Transcribed from digital images or a microfilm reproduction of the original item. For a description of the editorial rationale behind our treatment of.

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Henry Ward Beecher, My Dear Friend [manuscript] by Garrison, William Lloyd, Pages: 4. The following letter from Rev. HENRY WARD BEECHER will be read with interest by his many friends in our sister city, as well as by those who have not the personal interest in his welfare which his.

Boston University Libraries. Services. Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share. Social. Mail. A letter to the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher: and an address to the legislature of the state of Missouri Page: 4 of 12 This pamphlet is part of the collection entitled: Sam Lanham Collection - Civil War Era Pamphlets and.

The papers relate principally to Henry Ward Beecher (), popular 19th century clergyman and orator, and members of his family. Among those represented are his father, the Reverend Lyman Beecher (), clergyman; his brothers, Edward Beecher (), educator and antislavery leader, and Thomas Kinnicut Beecher () and Born: "Henry Ward is a brick," Twain declared in a letter to his mother Jane Clemens dated 8 January In a second letter to his mother dated 24 January Twain wrote that Beecher advised, "Now here, you are one of the talented men of the age--nobody is going to deny that--but in matters of business, I don't suppose you know more than enough.

Henry Ward Beecher (J – March 8, ) was an American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, and speaker, known for his support of the abolition of slavery, his emphasis on God's love, and his adultery trial (see below). His rhetorical focus on Christ's love has influenced mainstream Christianity to this day.

Henry Ward Beecher was the son of Lyman Beecher, a. The Beecher Family Papers contains manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and memorabilia. These cover a time span of roughly two centuries, from the middle of the eighteenth century to the death of Henry Ward Beecher's granddaughter, Annie Howard Scoville (later known as Annie Beecher Scoville and so called in this collection) in [Letter to] Rev.

Henry Ward Beecher, My Dear Friend [manuscript] 03/13 by Garrison, William Lloyd, ; Beecher, Henry Ward,recipient.

So you'll understand my ammusment with the following blog posted by my dear pastor friend Rev. Paul Grabill. Enjoy. Henry Ward Beecher, upon ascending into the ornate pulpit found a note with one word, "FOOL." As you can tell by the end of the letter, I have chosen not to sign my name.

The reason is obvious: I am a coward. Characteristic Letter from Rev. Henry Ward My Dear Friend book HE REFUSES TO OBEY THE MANDATE OF THE SLAVE POWER.

Our book critic reviews The Most Famous Man in America, by Debby Applegate. Applegate offers insights about the charismatic Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, the brother of Uncle Tom's Cabin author Harriet. Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Compiled from her Letters and Journals Charles Edward STOWE ( - ) Harriet Beecher Stowe (J – July 1, ), of Cincinnati, was the most famous female American author of her age, and is said to have touched off the American Civil War with her novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin (), awakening the.

[Letter to] My dear Wendell by William Lloyd Garrison (Book) The American Woman Suffrage Association: causes of the [Letter to] Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, My Dear Friend by William Lloyd Garrison () Suffrage Collection. Condition: Good. 3by4 plain card or letter, "Brooklyn Oct 16 54/ my dear friend I send you my autograph at yr request/ I am very?.

H W Beecher" mounted on to heavier paper and then taken out of album. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # ABE More information about this seller | Contact this seller 7. Highlights from Volume 4 include.

the writings of Sabine Baring-Gould. excerpts from J.M. Barrie's The Little Minister and Sentimental Tommy. poems and essays of Charles Baudelaire.

sermons and essays by Henry Ward Beecher. letters of Ludwig van Beethoven. essays and letters from Jeremy Bentham. selections from the autobiography of. Henry Ward Beecher, (born JLitchfield, Conn., U.S.—died March 8,Brooklyn, N.Y.), liberal U.S.

Congregational minister whose oratorical skill and social concern made him one of the most influential Protestant spokesmen of his time.

He was the eighth of the Rev. Lyman Beecher’s 13 children and showed little promise at various schools until he went to Amherst College in. Reverend Beecher to Chloe Beach. Old folds, with mends to tears along center fold and horizontal folds in blank panel not affecting text, but near very good, in linen folding cloth slipcase.

Item # An amusing letter from the highly popular and controversial minister, novelist and reformer, to his good friend — or, as recent. In his new book, When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line between Law and Popular Culture (The University of Chicago Press ), Richard K.

Sherwin considers the consequences when legal culture and popular culture dissolve into each other. The following excerpt explores the nineteenth-century trial of the Reverend Henry Ward Beecher, and its attack on cultural assumptions about the inner self.

The book is a study of the cultural, political, social and economic influences of the Reconstruction period after the Civil War, and how those influences intersected with the life and ministry of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Rev. Beecher was a brother of abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe.

[1] ADfS, DLC-RTL. Following his interview with Lincoln on February 1, Reverend Henry Ward Beecher wrote on February 4: ``The interview and information which you gave me, not only relieved me then, but has, ever since, given me great your unexpected visit to Ft Munroe did not stagger me.

Material of Henry Ward Beecher includes a letter () to Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy, trying to get his sister's son, Charles Stowe, into the Naval Academy and an autograph letter addressed to \My Dear Sir,\ dated Aug Beecher Family Collection.

The collection consists of an autograph manuscript of Catharine Beecher, and. A Biography of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher William Constantine Beecher, Samuel Scoville, Eunice White Bullard Beecher ("Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, "), Mrs.

Beecher C.L. Webster, - Abolitionists - pages. This was due partly to the sheer brazenness of Robert Bonner’s offer to pay his friend, Henry Ward Beecher, $24, to write the novel for the sensationalistic New York Ledger. But it was due mostly to Beecher himself, a charismatic and divisive minister and brother of literary sensation Harriet Beecher.

REVEREND HENRY WARD BEECHER. Dear Sir: I journeyed over from my New York hotel yesterday morning to hear you preach, expecting, of course, to hear an exposition of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Instead, I heard a political harangue, with no. Includes fact & fiction & poetry, fact includes Among the ruins of Boston (USA) & After the fire (poem), Birmingham musical festival, Cardinals of Rome, Great living preachers, Irish characteristics, The Trafalgar Sqare Lions by E.

Gordon-Greave, what does church membership mean. by the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. It set forth that “in July,prompted by my duty, I informed my husband that H.

Beecher, my friend and pastor, had solicited me to be a wife to him, together with all that this implied.”. Get this from a library. The book of eulogies: a collection of memorial tributes, poetry, essays, and letters of condolence.

[Phyllis Theroux;] -- "Ranging from Thomas Jefferson's magisterial eulogy for George Washington to Anna Quindlen's affectionate memorial for her grandmother; Helen Keller's words about her dear friend Mark Twain to Adlai.

In the wake of Beecher’s death, his son William wrote a biography, entitled simply “A Biography of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher,” and he sent a copy to the President. Autograph Letter Signed as President, on Executive Mansion letterhead, Washington, Apto William C.

Beecher, speaking of the friendship that existed between him and. Ancestry—Beecher—Ward—Foote—The Anvil—The Oak—Courtship and Marriage of Lyman Beecher and Roxana Foote—Home at East Hampton, Long Island—Removal to Litchfield, Connecticut.

Henry Ward Beecher used to say that the first thing for a man to do, if he would succeed in life, is to “choose a good father and mother to be born of.”.

Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. My dear Sir: Yours of the 4th and the 21st reached me together only two days ago. I now thank you for both. Since you wrote the former the whole matter of the negotiation, if it can be so called, has been published, and you doubtless have seen it.The Online Books Page.

Online Books by. Henry Ward Beecher (Beecher, Henry Ward, Mrs., ) Books from the extended shelves: Beecher, Henry Ward, Mrs., All around the house, or, How to make homes happy / (New York: D. Appleton and Co., ) (page images at HathiTrust) Beecher, Henry Ward, Mrs., From dawn to daylight; or, The simple story of a western home.The Online Books Page.

Online Books by. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher (Beecher, H. W., Mrs., ) A Biography of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, also by William Constantine Beecher and Samuel Scoville (Gutenberg ebook) Beecher, H. W., Mrs., From dawn to daylight; or, The simple story of a western home.