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Thu Oct 16 17:58:36 2014 UTClccn-n800978480.00Charter of the brigantine Cornelia,0.811.00The public life of a private man : Samuel Ward, 1725-1776 /48065242Samuel_Ward_(American_statesman)n 80097848478833Ward, Sam 1725-1776Ward, Sam. (Samuel), 1725-1776lccn-n85387623Hopkins, Stephen1707-1785lccn-n79079252Rhode IslandGeneral Assemblylccn-n84136834Stillman, Samuel1738-1807lccn-n86018479Rhode IslandGovernor (1765-1767 : Ward)lccn-n80039712United StatesContinental Congressviaf-280347136Ward familylccn-no2005072408Monahon, Clifford P.(Clifford Philip)1897-1980lccn-n79124961Rhode Island Historical Societylccn-n86018478Rhode IslandGovernor (1762-1763 : Ward)lccn-n84024415Brown, Elisha1717-1802Ward, Samuel1725-1776HistoryRecords and correspondenceUnited StatesRhode IslandPolitical scienceWard, Samuel,Hopkins, Stephen,Rhode Island.--General AssemblyWard familyCurrency questionMoneyElectionsRhode Island.--General Assembly.--House of RepresentativesBrown, Elisha,French and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Trials (Libel)Libel and slanderStamp Act (Great Britain : 1765)Calvert, Leonard,Posey, Thomas,Dwight, Timothy,Brown, Charles Brockden,Allen, Ethan,Smith, John,Brainerd, David,Davidson, Lucretia Maria,Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin,--Baron von,Vane, Henry,--Sir,Phips, William,--Sir,Arnold, Benedict,Marquette, Jacques,Eliot, John,Mather, Cotton,Sullivan, JohnLeisler, Jacob,Gorton, Samuel,Preble, Edward,Bacon, Nathaniel,Davie, William Richardson,Palfrey, William,Oglethorpe, James Edward,Greene, Nathanael,Boone, Daniel,Mason, John,Lee, CharlesLedyard, John,Reed, Joseph,Lincoln, Benjamin,Kirkland, Samuel,Otis, James,Williams, Roger,Penn, William,1725177617491757175817621763176417651766176717741776184618481864187718901891189419071912195219571967197519771990199920002003189359157923.273Z12151443ocn000946530book19520.84Ward, SamuelCorrespondence of Governor Samuel Ward, May 1775-March 17761027ocn062819598com17620.82Rhode IslandBy the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esquire ... A proclamation. ... the General Assembly passed an act, appointing Thursday the eighteenth instant ... a day of public thanksgiving ... and therein requested me to issue a proclamation to make the same known ... Given under my hand at Newport, this fifth day of November ... one thousand seven hundred and sixty two1017ocn062819600com17650.84Rhode IslandBy the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq ; ... A proclamation. the General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of this instant, November ... as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand at Newport, this eleventh day of November ... one thousand seven hundred and sixty-five1007ocn062819601file17660.82Rhode IslandBy the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq ; governor ... of Rhode-Island ... A proclamation. the General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-six ... Given under my hand at Newport, this sixteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thouand seven hundred and sixty-sixAppointing Thursday June 26, 1766 a day of thanksgiving for the repeal of the Stamp Act998ocn062822627com17570.82Ward, SamuelTo the Hon. Stephen Hopkins, EsqHistory988ocn062822630file17640.82Ward, SamuelTo the public977ocn062822626com17580.82Ward, SamuelTo the freemen of the colony of Rhode Island976ocn062822625file17670.84Ward, SamuelNewport, April 7, 1767. To enable the freemen of this colony to form a true judgment of the proposals, which have passed between the two parties, and to put a stop to the misrepresentations of designing people, the following true copies of the proposals, and the answers made to them, are published.967ocn062822629file17640.82Ward, SamuelTo the public. I must confess I am not a little surprized at the disingenuous and ungentlemanlike manner in which Nicholas Tillinghast and Darius Sessions, Esqrs. have treated my character, in a piece published by them in the Providence gazette, of the 14th instant.51ocn278229187book19520.24Ward, SamuelCorrespondence of Governor Samuel Ward, May 1775-March 1776, with a biographical introduction, based chiefly on the Ward papers covering the period 1725-177611ocn030731127book17671.00To enable the Freemen of this Colony to form a true judgment of the proposals, which have passed between the two parties, and to put a stop to the misrepresentations of designing people, the following true copies of the proposals, and the answers made to them, are publishedRecords and correspondence11ocn122491295mix17491.00Ward, SamuelWesterly, R.I., to Mr. VernonWard informs Vernon that his livestock order is on board ship (list included). Vernon may pay balance to him or his father, Richard Ward11ocn154817484bookWard, Samuel[title(s) available in Evans]11ocn843465874bookRhode IslandBy the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; governor, captain-general, and commander in chief, of and over the English colony of Rhode-Island, and Providence Plantations, in New-England in America. A proclamation11ocn082908303book17581.00Ward, SamuelTo the freemen of the colony of Rhode-Island. [Details of his trouble with Stephen Hopkins] [Signed] S. Ward, [and dated] Newport, April 11. 175811ocn023094558book1.00Ward, SamuelTo the freemen of the colony of Rhode-Island ... April 11, 175811ocn122633466mix1776United StatesCharter of the brigantine CorneliaThe ship is chartered for the service of the United American Colonies to carry a cargo from South Carolina to Nantes, France, and return with a new cargo to the colonies11ocn023094555book1.00Ward, SamuelTo the public ... 10th April, 176411ocn023094554book1.00Ward, SamuelTo the Hon. Stephen Hopkins, Esq ... 12th April, 175711ocn070981309mix1.00Ward, SamuelSamuel Ward correspondenceHistoryRecords and correspondencePhotostat of ALS (Philadelphia, Pa.) from Samuel Ward to his brother Henry in Providence, R.I., concerning reports from England on British troop movements during the Revolution1979ocn062820670file17760.77Stillman, SamuelDeath, the last enemy, destroyed by Christ. a sermon, preached, March 27, 1776, before the Honorable Continental Congress ; on the death of the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq. One of the delegates from the colony of Rhode-Island, who died of the small-pox, in this city, (Philadelphia) March 26, aet. 52. : Published at the desire of many who heard it.Sermons11810ocn062809674file17630.88The Fall of Samuel the Squomicutite, and the overthrow of the sons of GideonHumorAnecdotes997ocn062811747com17630.82Hopkins, StephenTo the freemen of the colony. Gentlemen, Mr. Ward and his friends, agreeable to their unfair and customary way, have published something about the cooper's letter, with some false representations of my former conductAn answer to accusations made in Joseph Wanton's "Observations and reflections on the present state of the Colony of Rhode Island, in which the cooper's Letter is particularly taken notice of ... [Newport, 1763]."975ocn062811706file17630.82Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq ; governor. Honorable Elisha Brown, Esq ; dep. governor865ocn062810135file17630.86FreemanCumberland, (colony of Rhode-Island) April 16, 1763. To the public. the detection of fraud and the punishment of villainy are virtues alike becoming the human mind703ocn005848973book18900.82Gammell, WilliamWilliam Gammell, LL. D.; a biographical sketch, with selections from his writingsHistory587ocn004660730book18770.95Ward, JohnThe life and services of Governor Samuel Ward, of Rhode Island, a member of the Continental congress in 1774, 1775 and 1776Biography393ocn004178329book17760.88Stillman, SamuelDeath, the last enemy, destroyed by Christ A sermon, preached, March 17, 1776, before the Honorable Continental Congress; on the death of the Honorable Samuel Ward, esq., one of the delegates from the colony of Rhode-Island, who died of the small-pox, in this city, (Philadelphia) March 26, aet. 52.312ocn000395357book18480.70Sparks, JaredThe library of American biographyBiographyBibliographyPortraits211ocn006920025book18460.63Hall, JamesLives of Leonard Calvert, Samuel Ward, and Thomas PoseyHistoryBiography202ocn012607542book19120.90Rhode Island Independence Day addresses : one hundred & fiftieth anniversary of governorship of Hon. Samuel Ward, 1762 ... : two hundred & fiftieth anniversary of the presidency of Hon. Benedict Arnold, 1662 ... : the seventieth anniversary of the Dorr War and erection of monument and tablet ...History151ocn838503408file17630.47Cumberland, (colony of Rhode-Island) April 16, 1763. To the public : The detection of fraud and the punishment of villainy are virtues alike becoming the human mind151ocn838493651file17630.35The Fall of Samuel the Squomicutite, and the overthrow of the sons of GideonAnecdotes151ocn838846692file17630.35The Fall of Samuel the Squomicutite, and the overthrow of the sons of GideonAnecdotes111ocn669197952file18460.66Gammell, WilliamLife of Governor Samuel Ward71ocn013709748book19070.74Denison, Charles HGovernor Samuel Ward of Rhode Island, 1725-1776The grandfather of Gov. Ward of Westerly, whose name was Thomas, came to New Port, Rhode Island, about the time of Protectors-Cromwell's death52ocn030550341book17760.86Stillman, SamuelDeath, the last enemy, destroyed by Christ : a sermon, preached, March 27, 1776, before the Honorable Continental Congress; on the death of the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq. ...51ocn011192888book19670.74Smith, Kenneth ESam Ward : founding father41ocn057621460book19520.24Ward, SamuelCorrespondence of Governor Samuel Ward, May 1775-March 1776, with a biographical introduction, based chiefly on the Ward papers covering the period 1725-177642ocn222094521book18640.47Sparks, JaredThe library of American biography. Second seriesBiographyThu Oct 16 14:58:47 EDT 2014batch20365