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The breechiad

The breechiad

a poem

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Published by s.n.] in [S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Theresa.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17511233M
OCLC/WorldCa11396391


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The Breechiad, a poem. Theresa. Boston: Printed by Belcher and Armstrong. State Street. 1 p.l., p., 1 l. 12º. NBH p.v. 24, no. William, Verses on Doctor Mayhew’s Book of observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: with note, critical and explanatory.

Theresa Huntley has written: 'Helping children grieve' -- subject(s): Bereavement in children, Children, Children and death, Counseling of, Grief in children.

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book, The Present State of Virginia (), but containing sensible suggestions The breechiad book style, some amusing strictures on the indolence of the inhabitants.

A much more inter esting work is the History of Virginia (, ), by Robert Beverley, whose style, although not highly polished, is flowing and often vivid. The Breechiad, a poem by Theresa. Boston, Printed by Belcher and Armstrong, State street.

22, [2] p. Reel: 12, No. Brewster, Martha (Wadsworth), fl. Poems on divers Subjects, viz. New London, Printed, Boston, re-printed and sold by Edes & Gill, at their printing-office next to the prison in Queen street.

[] On the four ages. An answer to Mr. Wadsworth's book; intituled, The Lord's day proved to be the Christian sabbath. America, Printed for the author. To which is added a tragical and typical poem, concerning Joseph and his brethren.

On an episode of WSBT's show "Katie" hosted by Katie Couric, Theresa stated she was a practicing Catholic. Page [unnumbered] CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF THE BOSTON ATHENJEUM.

PART V. BOSTON. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS Note. The recent publication of. Vol. 1 of Halkett Answer to some, etc., is by [J.

Barrington]. and Laing's "Dictionary of anonymous and pseudony- Answer to the anon. A SHORT HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE BY WALTER C. BRONSON, LiTT.D. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH IN BROWN UNIVERSITY REVISED AND ENLARGED D. HEATH & BOSTON CO., NEW YORK PUBLISHERS CHICAGO COPYRIGHT, AND BY D. HEATH & CO.

PREFACE, ALTHOUGH this book is intended primarily for use in the class. Symphosius' Aenigmata. Sargent's Breechiad, a parody with clear antecedents in classical didactic poetry, appeared that same year.

Other publications, to be discussed below, show him to have been involved in other projects of classical scholarship throughout and into Sargent keenly advocated a departure from the nar. The Abandoned: a sketch of life as it may be found in New England. Boston, Redding and Co. [5], p. Reel: 1, No.

Abbey, Henry, May dreams. New. 12 p. Reel: 1, No. Adams, John, Poems on several occasions, original and translated. Boston, Printed for D.

Gookin, in Marlborough - Street, over. book, The Present State of Virginia (), but containing sensible suggestions for. the betterment of the colony and some amusing strictures. on the indolence of the inhabitants. A much more interesting work is the History of Virginia (, ), by Robert Beverley, whose style, although not highly polished, is flowing and often vivid.

Book first is dated January 5th, Reel: 3, No. ; Book second March 26th, Reel: 2, No. Austin, Samuel, A funeral oration, on Mr. David Ripley of The Art of pleading, in imitation of part of Horace's Windham, a junior sophister in 1/5(1).