1 edition of Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 found in the catalog.
Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789
United States. Continental Congress
1976 by National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: index|
|Statement||compiled by Kenneth E. Harris and Steven D. Tilley|
|Contributions||Harris, Kenneth E., 1943-, Tilley, Steven D., 1947-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 429 p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
Records of the Board of Treasury, 81,including Journals of the Continental Congress on applications from the states, a plan for selling public lands, letters, and bonds required by appointed commissioners. George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Army, By the time Aitken finished his Bible, the war was winding down. A few anonymous addresses was all it took to get some of Washington's officers to go along and cook up what would look like a threat of an armed takeover of the government by the disgruntled army. In fact, because the lies about Congress and the Bible are the most popular of all the Christian nationalist history lies, I made this subject the very first chapter of the book.
The process allowed illustrations to more closely resemble the original drawings, paintings or sketches, as it gave the lithographer Journals of the Continental Congress freedom of line impossible to achieve in earlier intaglio and relief processes. Committee reports relating to Canada, treaties, and foreign loans, ; and to foreign affairs, We are with very great respect, your most obedient humble servants. Records relating to negotiations with northern Indians, Furthermore, they did not repudiate control by the royal prerogative, which was explicitly acknowledged in the Petition to the King a few days later.
Others such as Patrick HenryRoger ShermanSamuel Adamsand John Adams believed their task to be developing a decisive statement of the rights and liberties of the Colonies. In May 1774-1789 book, Aitken tried again to get Congress to buy his Bibles -- this time to give as gifts to the soldiers being discharged. Records relating to charges against Gen. Barton's claim that Aitken asked for permission to print his Bible is, of course, untrue because he was already printing it when he petitioned Congress in Januaryand it was nearly completed when the September 12, resolution was passed.
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Sometimes refers to a volume given by a notable donor. The following is from Aitken's letter to 1774-1789 book Washington.
John Rodgers, write to George Washington suggesting not only that Congress buy the Bibles for the soldiers, but that Washington propose the idea as if it was his own.
One Fourth of it will not Amount to Bibles for each State; And as I am anxious merely to secure the sale of the Books, it will not be inconsistent with my views to allow a Moderate Credit. The actual resolution is edited in various ways. On this account particularly he deserves applause and encouragement.
The plan of Joseph Galloway for reconciling Great Britain and the colonies under a new imperial scheme was introduced but rejected. Aitken's efforts proved so popular that he announced his desire to publish the whole Bible; he then petitioned Congress for support.
Armed conflict strengthened the radical element, but only gradually did the delegates swing toward independence. That it is suggested by the delegates of the said State, and by Mr.
It was further agreed that if the Intolerable Acts were not repealed, the colonies would also cease exports to Britain after September 10, It requested that local Committees of Safety enforce the boycott and regulate local prices for goods.
Few stories about the Aitken Bible mention that it sold poorly, and those that do blame it on the competition Journals of the Continental Congress cheaper British Bibles. Continental Congress: Selected full-text books and Journals of the Continental Congress.
Rodgers's letter. Vellum Binding material made from specially treated calfskin—durable, with a distinctive ivory color and smooth appearance. A letter, of 16, from Martin Eichelberger, a lieutenant in the regiment late commanded by Colonel Hartley, was read, desiring leave to resign: Resolved, That his resignation be accepted.
A-C, for example, would indicate a quarto volume composed of three signatures or gatherings of eight pages each for a total of 24 pages. Most limited their businesses to broadsides, pamphlets, and newspapers.
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of "Journals" for the corresponding years, i.e. in vol. 1, 3, 6, 9, etc. These notes are based upon "Some materials for a bibliography of the official publications of the Continental congress by Paul Leicester Ford." I.