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Journal of William Loughton Smith

William Loughton Smith

Journal of William Loughton Smith

by William Loughton Smith

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Published by Applewood Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Essays & Travelogues,
  • United States - 18th Century,
  • United States - General,
  • Chronological Period/18th Century,
  • History/United States - General,
  • Travel / Essays & Travelogues,
  • Travel / United States,
  • Travel/United States - General,
  • Travel,
  • Travel - United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8543765M
    ISBN 101429005734
    ISBN 109781429005739
    OCLC/WorldCa148820556

    George C. Rogers, Jr., the preeminent historian of South Carolina, taught history at the University of South Carolina for twenty-eight years. Editor of the multi-volume Papers of Henry Laurens project, he is also the author of Evolution of a Federalist: William Loughton Smith of Charleston, ; The History of Georgetown County, South Carolina; A South Carolina Chronology, .   Hamilton,, Letter to William Loughton Smith, 10 04 , PAH, 33, Hamilton did not submit a plan similar to Laurens's during the Quasi-War with France presumably because of the Deep South's opposition to one during the Revolution, the Constitution's explicit protection of slavery until , and especially the “probable” loyalty of Cited by: 2.

      “Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members “— U.S. Constitution, Article I, section 5, clause 1The following is a historical list of cases in which the House of Representatives has examined the qualifications of Members-elect to serve in the House for either constitutional or personal reasons. This list presents .   For instance, as Newman states, in writing to William Loughton Smith of South Carolina, Hamilton spoke unflinchingly of manipulating public opinion and rousing fears: The politician will consider this an important means of influencing Opinion, and will think it a valuable resource in a contest with France to set the Religious Ideas of his.

    Captain John Smith () was a founding member and, later, president of the governing council of the Jamestown settlement. He was the first to explore and map the Chesapeake Bay region and to establish trade relations with the Native Americans.4/4(2).   Johnston, ), –68; W. Robert Higgins, “The South Carolina Negro Duty Law” (M.A. thesis, University of South Carolina, ), 62–64, 69; George C. Rogers, Jr., Evolution of a Federalist: William Loughton Smith of Charleston (–) (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, ), 13; Chapman J. Milling, ed., Colonial.


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Image 8 of Journal of William Loughton Smith,JOURNAL OF WILLIAM LOUGHTON SMITH – The author of this Journal, now made accessible for the first time,1 was William Smith of Charleston, South Carolina.

His father, Benjamin Smith (–), was a. Journal of William Loughton Smith,Contributor Names Smith, William Loughton, Matthews, Albert, Created / Published Book/Printed Material Notes on the Massachusetts Royal Commissions, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, William Loughton, Journal of William Loughton Smith, Cambridge, University Press, Journal of William Loughton Smith by William Loughton Smith, Albert Mathews(Ed.) and a great selection of related books, art.

During a visit to the Rosenbach Foundation in Philadelphia in the librarian, William H. McCarthy, junior, showed me the William Loughton Smith Papers that the Foundation had recently acquired. Among the papers were Smith's journals of his travels in, andwhich Mr. McCarthy suggested I might like to edit.

Journal of William Loughton Smith, Cambridge, University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: William Loughton Smith; William Loughton Smith: Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Loughton Smith; Albert Matthews.

SMITH, William Loughton, a Representative from South Carolina; born in Charleston, S.C., in ; attended preparatory schools in England ; studied law in the Middle Temple at London, England, in ; pursued higher studies in Geneva ; returned to Charleston, S.C., in ; was admitted to the bar in and commenced.

JOURNAL OF WILLIAM LOUGHTON SMITH – The author of this Journal, now made accessible for the first time, 1 was William Smith of Charleston, South Journal of William Loughton Smith book.

His father, Benjamin Smith (–), was a noted man in his day, having filled many offices in his native province. William was his third son, and fifth child by his first wife, Anne Loughton, who died. William Loughton Smith was one of the earliest floor leaders of the House of Representatives -- a role that much later evolved into the majority leaders of today's much more organized political parties -- and he played a prominent and important role in national politics for several years.

Evolution of a Federalist does an excellent job of 4/5(1). Journal of william loughton smith, Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.

Please, subscribe or login to access all content. WILLIAM LOUGHTON SMITH. William Loughton Smith was an American lawyer from Charleston, South Carolina. He represented South Carolina in the U.S. House from until and served as the U.S. Sidney L. Smith, used for purchases of books from the bequest of Edward H.

Hall to Harvard College Library. From William A. Butterfield, half-tone engravings of William Dawes, of his wife Mrs. Mehitable May Dawes, after a portrait by Copley, and of the house of Samuel May, her father, on Orange (now Washington) Street, near Davis, Boston.

Loughton (/ ˈ l aʊ t ən /) is a town and civil parish in the Epping Forest District of is located between 11 and 13 miles (21 km) north east of Charing Cross in London, south of the M25 and west of the M11 motorway and has boundaries with Chingford, Waltham Abbey, Theydon Bois, Chigwell and Buckhurst on includes three conservation areas and Country: England.

Transcription. Genl. Clarkson New York Jany. 9th Dear Sir -- I have been so tormented and engaged for several Day’s past in warding off the base attacks of Party, that I have not had it in my power to wait on you -- my note I find is due this day -- It mortifies me beyond expression to say I cannot pay it, permit me to solicit you will save me from the pain of a protest, I will call on Author: William Loughton Smith.

-Excerpt from Albert Matthews, ed., Journal of William Loughton Smith,Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. A popular print produced around depicted Shakers dancing at Mt. Lebanon, New York, where the viewer can pick out two faces that seem to stand out in the back row of the brethrens’ lines.

Journal of William Loughton Smith, Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Third Series, Vol. 51, (October, – June, ).

of Columbia, Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, D.C., Vol. 69/70, The 47th separately bound book (/), pp. 7– Media related to in the United Decades: s, s, s, s, s. Separation of Powers.

CHAPTER 10 | Document Alexander Hamilton to William Loughton Smith. 10 Mar. Papers I observe Madison brings the power of the House of Representatives in the case of the Treaty to this Question Is the Agency of the House of Representatives on this subject deliberative or Executive.

On the sophism that this Legislature. Evolution of a Federalist: William Loughton Smith of Charleston () by George C. Rogers, Jr. (pp. ) Review by: William D. Barber DOI: / — Journal of William Loughton Smith, Salem was the largest of North Carolina’s Moravian communities and from the moment of arrival the earliest settlers documented their landscape with a variety of detailed maps, surveys, drawings, and paintings.

Philip Vickers Fithian, journal and letters,student at Princeton college,tutor at Nomini Hall in Virginia, Cuthbert Potter's journal of a journey from Virginia to New England, In Travels in the American colonies, ed. Journal of William Loughton Smith, Travels in America years ago.

It probably was delivered by Congressman William Loughton Smith, who left Philadelphia early on 20 April and, traveling overland, reached Camden, S.C., on 9 May (Matthews, Journal of William L. Smith, description begins Albert Matthews, ed. Journal of William Loughton Smith, – Cambridge, Mass., Smith’s visits to Mount Vernon were frequent in the s.

See, for example, George C. Rogers, Jr., ed., “The Letters of William Loughton Smith to Edward Rutledge, June 8, to Ap ,” South Carolina Historical Magazine 70 (January ): 38–39 (of 38–58). Smith’s August letter to Edward Rutledge, cited above, concludes with the news that Washington had.

This “fascinating” (Chicago Tribune), “lively” (The New York Times) history tells how the First Congress and the Washington administration created one of the most productive and far-reaching governments in American history—“gracefully written and well worth reading” (The Wall Street Journal).The First Congress may have been the most important in American 4/5(4).