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Fri Mar 21 17:13:06 2014 UTClccn-n800516770.00Biographical sketches of several persons participating in the government of New Hampshire in the period from 1784 to 1793 : copied from the manuscript of William Plumer, by permission of the New Hampshire Historical Society0.781.00William Plumer's biographical sketches of James A. Bayard, Caesar A. Rodney, and Samuel White /52072434William_Plumern 80051677433523Cincinnatus, 1759-1850Impartialis, 1759-1850Layman, 1759-1850Old Whig, 1759-1850Veritas, 1759-1850lccn-n82087606Plumer, William1789-1854edtlccn-n85221049Peabody, Andrew P.(Andrew Preston)1811-1893edtlccn-no00029125Brown, Everett Somerville1886-1964edtlccn-n82087686Turner, Lynn W.lccn-n79046479New HampshireGeneral Courtlccn-n2001059349New HampshireGovernor (1816-1819 : Plumer)lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n85316832Republican Party (N.H. : 1792-1828)np-veritas$pseudVeritaspseudnp-morrill, david lawrence$1772 1849Morrill, David Lawrence1772-1849Plumer, William1759-1850HistoryBiographySourcesPolitical scienceUnited StatesNew HampshirePlumer, William,New EnglandClergyUnited States.--Congress.--SenateMarriage with deceased wife's sisterCampaign literatureJustice, Administration ofCourtsFreedom of the pressMassachusettsElectionsNominations for officeWar of 1812SlaveryAntislavery movementsConstitutional lawNew Hampshire.--MilitiaPlumer, William,Library of Congress.--Manuscript DivisionManuscriptsHistory--ManuscriptsNew Hampshire--ConcordNew Hampshire Historical SocietyManuscripts, AmericanNew Hampshire State LibraryHistory--SourcesGovernorsSession lawsLawHistory--Archival resourcesPrivate collectionsUnited States.--CongressPoliticiansRogers, Nathaniel Peabody,Federal Party (N.H.)Bayard, James A.--(James Asheton),Monroe, James,White, Samuel,Jefferson, Thomas,Tilton, SamuelCushman, Samuel,Hale, Salma,LettersManners and customsTuck, Amos,Treadwell, ThomasClaggett, William,1759185017781786179618001802180318041805180618081809181018111812181318141816181718181819182018251827183618421850185118561857187118811882189118921893189418961900191019181923192419411943194919511955196219631969197719811982199920033608144241328.7307AC1ocn865997968ocn23733515669011ocn000330908book19230.73Plumer, WilliamWilliam Plumer's memorandum of proceedings in the United States Senate, 1803-1807HistorySources31911ocn011298655book18140.79Plumer, WilliamAn address to the clergy of New-England on their opposition to the rulers of the United States1167ocn015574142book18160.94New HampshireSpeech of His Excellency the Governor of New-Hampshire before the legislature, November session, 18161146ocn015573758book18180.94New HampshireMessage from His Excellency the Governor of New-Hampshire to the legislature, June 4, 18181147ocn015571812book18170.94New HampshireMessage from His Excellency the Governor of New-Hampshire to the legislature of New-Hampshire, June session, 18171075ocn015453172book18060.94Plumer, WilliamAn appeal to the old whigs of Massachusetts1065ocn015463436book18140.94Plumer, WilliamAn address to the electors of New-Hampshire, on the choice of representatives to Congress1013ocn697711602com18270.93McClelland, AlexanderRemarks on the letter of Domesticus containing The doctrine of incest stated, with an examination of the question, "Whether a man may marry his deceased wife's sister"928ocn085802142com18360.81Plumer, WilliamFreedom's defence, or, A candid examination of Mr. Calhoun's report on the freedom of the press made to the Senate of the United States, Feb. 4, 1836567ocn123406266file18050.94Webster, DanielAn appeal to the old Whigs of New-Hampshire434ocn426056764book18040.94Plumer, WilliamAn address to the electors of New Hampshire263ocn426137386book18120.94New HampshireSpeech of his excellency William Plumer November session, 1812History253ocn426074678book18120.95New HampshireNew-Hampshire legislature. Quorums of both houses having been previously formed, yesterday at half past three o'clock His Excellency William Plumer delivered in presence of the legislature the following speechHistory252ocn318914732book18050.94An Address to the citizens of New Hampshire242ocn426003424book18160.95Plumer, WilliamGeneral address to the freemen of New-Hampshire, or, The general government and the leaders of the New-England opposition contrastedHistory151ocn002475693book18360.93Plumer, WilliamFreedom's defence, or, A candid examination of Mr. Calhoun's report on the freedom of the press102ocn013635802book18910.94Plumer, WilliamSketch of Maj. Gen'l Joseph Cilley, of Nottingham, N.H.82ocn765354636com18110.90United StatesThe laws of the United States of America42ocn027476223book19511.00Plumer, WilliamWilliam Plumer's biographical sketches of James A. Bayard, Caesar A. Rodney, and Samuel White42ocn848019860book1892Plumer, WilliamBiographical sketches of several persons participating in the government of New Hampshire in the period from 1784 to 1793 : copied from the manuscript of William Plumer, by permission of the New Hampshire Historical SocietyBiography"The selections from Governor Plumer's books of biography, which will be found in the appendix, are published with a two-fold purpose: to call the attention of the public to that remarkable product of Mr. Plumer's well-directed industry, which is contained in five manuscript volumes now in the custody of the New Hampshire Historical Society; and to give those who might be disposed to pursue such lines of investigation an introduction to the principal actors in the affairs of the period under review, as they are pictured by a competent and critical contemporary." --Preface p. v of vol. XXI83915ocn060714161book18560.76Plumer, WilliamLife of William Plumer5482ocn000425185book19620.63Turner, Lynn WWilliam Plumer of New Hampshire, 1759-1850201ocn008627954book19820.94Mevers, Frank CThe William Plumer papers, 1778-1854 : William Plumer, 1759-1850, and William Plumer, Jr., 1789-1854 : a guide to the microfilm editionMicroform catalogsBibliography Microform catalogs173ocn026846829book18710.84Hoyt, Albert HMemoir of William Plumer, Senior151ocn836757292com18570.47Plumer, WilliamLife of William Plumer141ocn013634638book18510.92Peabody, Andrew POld age, a sermon preached at Epping, N.H. December 27, 1850, at the interment of Hon. William Plumer31ocn191108981book1955Turner, Lynn WThe electoral vote against Monroe in 1820 : an American legend31ocn270711938art1943Turner, Lynn WThomas Jefferson through the eyes of a New Hampshire politician21ocn843753992bookPlumer, WilliamA book of references to state papers, political & historical tracts, letters, etc. relating to the United States, taken from the books & manuscripts in my library, and chronologically arranged, and collected by William Plumer for his own use : volume IIHistory21ocn028413413mix1.00Shaw, TristramRecords and correspondenceChiefly correspondence with Whig and Democratic Party leaders, lawyers, judges, and politicians, relating to national, state, and local political affairs. Correspondents include C.G. Atherton, Ichabod Bartlett, Josiah Bartlett, Edmund Burke, Daniel Clark, Samuel Cushman, Rufus Dow, J.L. Elwyn, Ebenezer French, Albert R. Hatch, Isaac Hill, John Kelly, Uri Lamprey, John Page, William Plumer, Nathaniel P. Rogers, Samuel Tilton, Thomas Treadwell, Amos Tuck, Nathaniel G. Upham, and J.B. Wiggin21ocn843773086bookPlumer, WilliamA collection of essays & writings of William Plumer, volume III, published in periodical papers : beginning September 15, 1823 and ending August 5, 1829ManuscriptsContains essays numbered from 94 to 18621ocn854577971bookPlumer, William[William Plumer Sr. and Jr.: correspondence and papers]ManuscriptsThis collection contains the writings of two prominent New Hampshire politicians, Governor William Plumer and William Plumer Jr., from the late 18th through the mid-19th century, a time when the new nation was still forming and establishing its principles and character. The writings include correspondence, biographical and historical notes, essays and speeches, legal and financial papers, poetry, and a variety of journals, notes, and memoranda21ocn848829974bookCalendar of the Plumer collection at the New Hampshire State Library, Concord, New HampshireCalendarsRecords and correspondenceChronological listing of letters sent and received by William Plumer of Epping, N.H., New Hampshire Governor and statesman, including his prolific communication with his son William Plumer, Jr., also a prominent New Hampshire politician. Correspondees are identified by profession and/or connection to Plumer, and the substance of each letter is briefly summarized21ocn843753302bookPlumer, WilliamIndex to the Fugitive : being a collection of pamphlets made by WIlliam Plumer for his own useHistoryArranged roughly by subject in the first part of the volume, and by chronology in the second half (upside down from the first), indexes pamphlets contained in more than 60 volumes, with subject headings Divinity, Political, Historical, Legal, Poetry, Matrimony, Miscellaneous, Medical, Theatrical, Army & Navy, Biography, Agriculture, Travels and voyages, Commercial, Astronomy21ocn028413780mix1.00Bartlett, LeviRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and miscellaneous materials including court records and newspaper clippings of Bartlett and his brothers, Josiah, Jr. (1768-1838) and Ezra (1770-1848), relating to their medical practices, judicial affairs, political events, and family matters. Correspondents include Moses Bagley, Josiah Calef, Obediah Carrigain, William Claggett, Jonathan French, Jonathan Greeley, Nathaniel Peabody, Stephen Peabody, William Plumer, James Prince, Nathaniel P. Rogers, Lyman Spalding, and Samuel Tenney21ocn843194145bookPlumer, William[Repositories]HistoryNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcRecords and correspondenceManuscripts21ocn847842159book1881Peabody, Andrew PWilliam PlumerA tribute to the life of William Plumer, Jr., with background information on his father, Governor WIlliam Plumer21ocn070963816mix0.47Mason, JeremiahAnecdotesRecords and correspondencePolitical, family, and personal correspondence, autobiography covering Mason's life to 1797, sketch of Judge Jeremiah Smith (1759-1842), Discourse on the death of Jeremiah Mason by the Rev. Charles Burroughs, of Portsmouth, N.H., letters to Mrs. Mason after her husband's death, reminiscences (1880-1903) by Arthur Livermore, Jr., U.S. Consul, Londonderry, Ireland, and anecdotes written and collected by Mason's daughter, Marianne Crafts Ellison21ocn847533880book1896Wait, Albert SThe life, character, and public services of Governor William PlumerAddress given at a meeting of the New Hampshire Historical Society on June 10, 189621ocn839898078bookPlumer, WilliamAn estimate of the principal part of the property of William Plumer, minuted for his own information and amusement ... : [1787-1845]A ledger of expenses, profit and loss, entered quarterly on January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1 of each year (begins with November 1787, ends January 1845)Fri Mar 21 15:19:58 EDT 2014batch24071