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A tribute to the memory of the Rev. George G. Cookman

A tribute to the memory of the Rev. George G. Cookman

consisting of a brief discourse ; and The lost ship : a poem on the fate of the steamer President : delivered in the Alexandria Lyceum, June 15, 1841

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Published by Bell & Entwisle in Alexandria, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookman, George G. -- 1800-1841,
  • President (Steamboat)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLost ship
    Statementby Daniel Bryan
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 8789
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16843411M

    History. He generally went by the name of John G. Smith. The son of Gibson Smith, farmer and Jane Graham, he was educated at Carnwath, Larnarkshire. In he married (as John Smyth), in Innerleithen, Peebleshire, to Williamina/Wilhelmina Wilkie (sister of Thomas Wilkie, surgeon at Innerleithen and author of "Old Rites, Ceremonies, and Customs of the South of Scotland", and .   FLETCHER, ALEXANDER (–), presbyterian divine, son of William Fletcher, minister at the Bridge of Teith, near Doune, Perthshire, by Jean Gilfillan, sister of the Rev. Michael Gilfillan, was born at the Bridge of Teith 8 April , and educated in the village of Doune and at Stirling grammar school.

    To be distinguished from John Simpson (Presbyterian) (–), active in the American War of Independence.. John Simpson (–) was an English Unitarian minister and religious writer, known as a biblical critic. Some of his essays were very well known in the nineteenth century. Simpson was also known for his rejection of the literal existence of the devil, following on from writers.   TAYLOR, WILLIAM COOKE (–), miscellaneous writer, born at Youghal, Ireland, on 16 April , was the son of Richard Taylor (a manufacturer, and a member of a family resident at Youghal from the time of the settlement by Oliver Cromwell).

    Francis George Atkinson ( – 6 December ) was the first district officer in Jesselton at British North Borneo.. Life and career. Atkinson was the second son of the Rev. F. H. Atkinson of Jersey and Mrs Mary Edith Atkinson. He was born in and educated at Victoria College, Jersey (Channel Islands).. After experiencing some time in Australia, he joined the Borneo service in March Born: , Victoria College, Jersey, Jersey .   Together with Gilbert Wakefield, Hayley, Baron Maseres, and others, he was educated by the Rev. Richard Wooddeson of Kingston-on-Thames. On leaving school he was articled as clerk to Robert Palmer, steward to the Duke of Bedford, and in the dedication to his ‘Distressed Poet’ he pays a tribute of respect to his old master (Nichols, Lit.


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