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Timothy Flint, pioneer, missionary, author, editor, 1780-1840

Timothy Flint, pioneer, missionary, author, editor, 1780-1840

the story of his life among the pioneers and frontiersmen in the Ohio and Mississippi Valley and in New England and the South.

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Published by Burt Franklin in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flint, Timothy, -- 1780-1840,
  • Mississippi River Valley.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBurt Franklin research and source works series -- 267, Library of American civilization -- LAC 13246.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination331 p.
    Number of Pages331
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17546220M

    He took over most of the tricks of the older novelists, their stock types and sentiments. When, later, the South became eager to establish its claims to a literature, the vogue of historical romance had passed, and Simms, not yet having found the public he deserved, never has found it. Crompton, John. Beattie, William. Helped reorganize the Louisiana Historical Society in and served as its vice-president and secretary for several years.

    Died, Mamou, La. Civil War service: virtually unemployed because of his Southern descent until January 9,when he was given command of the West Gulf Blockading Squadron and ordered to capture New Orleans; sailed from Hampton Roads in his flagship, the Hartford, February 2,for Ship Island, Miss. The verses which he wrote in his later years, his sole output, are in a few instances happy, but far more often jagged and harsh. Elected city judge, ; later served eight years as district attorney.

    Education: University of Virginia, M. Marshall, ed. In four books. Calvert, H.


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Timothy Flint, pioneer, missionary, author, editor, 1780-1840 book

Caldicot Castle. Prolific composer, produced 40 missionary with Italian and English texts ; twenty duos for violin and piano; fifty piano pieces; string quartets; choral works; symphonic pieces; organ compositions; and several operas, one of which won a prize awarded by Jules Massenet and Engelbert Humperdinck.

He moved restlessly about, lecturing on the South Seas during the years — in many cities of the United States and Canada. Industrial narrow gauge railways. Monmouth Lent Assizes Married 2 Harrison Grey Fiske, March 19, By he had abandoned the Democratic party and supported the Whig party.

The journal of a missionary on returning from India. Hillforts of England and Wales. The useful arts and manufactures of Great Britain. His home was dug into the side of an Indian mound, which he shared with his animals.

Cobb, G. The early factory masters. Bradney, M. A life of Viscount Nelson. Merthyr Tydfil and Monmouth in Auctore C. The King against Joseph Price, Esq. Married a second time, into Miss Chevillette Roach, and thus master of Woodlands, a respectable plantation in his own state, he led a pleasantly feudal existence, hospitable to many guests, and helpful, as the most prosperous Southern man of letters, to nearly all the authors and journals of the South.

The verses which he wrote in his later years, his sole output, are in a few instances happy, but far more often jagged and harsh.Domesday book / general editor John Morris. 15, Gloucestershire / edited and translated by John S. Moore. Domesday book / general editor John Morris. 17, Herefordshire ; edited by Frank and Caroline Thorn from a draft translation prepared by Veronica Sankaran.

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Morris Martin H. The book of Ross-on-Wye. A study of an ancient town. Books of the 19th Century Authors A to H for sale by Town's End Books. believed that this title was "one of the least acceptable American Travel Accounts" as the author "realized that a book devoted largely to the condemnation of Americans would be profitable." Timothy Flint () was a missionary and writer who traveled broadly.

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