1 edition of William Russell correspondence found in the catalog.
William Russell correspondence
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ALS (1865 April 19; Head Quarters Cavalry, Middle Military Division) from Russell to Gen. George H. Chapman ordering him to investigate the treasonous attitude of a group of women who expressed joy at Abraham Lincoln"s assassination.
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William Russell: Special Correspondent of The Times. Hardcover – January 1, by William Russell (Author), Illus. with photos (Illustrator)Author: William Russell. Dear Bertrand Russell: a Selection of His Correspondence with the General Public Hardcover – January 1, by Ed.
by Barry Feinberg and Ronald Kasrils Bertrand Russell (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions.5/5(4).
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Russell, William (Author) Series 1, General Correspondence and Related Items, MSSVol. 18 Source Collection Andrew Jackson papers, Book/Printed Material Suggestions on teachers' institutes Also available in digital form.
THE LONDON TIMES CORRESPONDENCE.; Letters from Mr. William Russell on his Travels through the South.
One of the most extraordinary books in the world could be made out of. William Russell is the author of Berlin Embassy ( avg rating, ratings, 30 reviews, published ), Recollections of a Detective Police-Officer, /5(45). ISBN. Berlin Embassy is a non-fiction book written by American diplomat William Russell () which was first published in late Russell, who worked at the American Embassy in Berlin, details his experiences of living and working in Nazi Germany between August and April during the early phases of the Second World War.
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with an Account of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: And a View of the Progress of Society, from the Rise of the Modern Kingdoms to the Peace of Paris, in Vo. Andrew Jackson to William Russell, October 8, Contributor Names Russell, William (Correspondent) Series 1, General Correspondence and Related Items, MSSVol.
12 Source Collection Andrew Jackson papers, Book/Printed Material. William Russell Special Correspondent of the Times Hardcover – January 1, by Roger Hudson [ed.] (Author)Author: Roger Hudson [ed.]. Dear Bertrand Russell book.
Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This delightful collection of selected correspondence between Russell and members of the general public was one of my favourite books when I was a boy. Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, OM, FRS, was a Welsh philosopher, historian /5(6).
ISBN He became a relentless political activist during World War I, and throughout his life was an ardent advocate of parliamentary democracy through his support first of the Liberal Party and then of Labour.
^ a b Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, "Bertrand Russell", 1 May Education: Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A., ).
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This collection documents William Russell's lifetime of studying New Orleans jazz and related musical forms, such as brass bands, ragtime, and gospel music. Russell amassed an extensive collection of jazz memorabilia including musical instruments, records, piano rolls, sheet music, photographs, books and periodicals.
John Bradley to William Russell, Ma Contributor Names Russell, William (Correspondent) Series 1, General Correspondence and Related Items, MSSVol. 18 Source Collection Andrew Jackson papers, Book/Printed Material. *To WILLIAM RUSSELL Mount Vernon, Septem Sir: Your favour of the 8th instr.
is received, and I thank you for your obliging attention to the articles promised me, when I had the pleasure of seeing you at this place. Of Fredericktown (now Frederick), Md.
Proofs of a Conspiracy &c, by John Robison. WILLIAM and TABITHA ADAMS RUSSELL, was born in Culpeper County, Va., March 6th, While yet a boy he was found in the line of brave defenders of the frontier of southwestern Virginia against the outline of his public services is given by Collins, in his “History of Kentucky,” from which the following is taken.: William Russell - Special Correspondent of The Times: Gilt and black pictorial boards.
Top edge tinted brown. xxvii, pp., b/w illustrations, maps, index. Reprint. Fine copy in a lightly scuffed black slipcase.(BH)Price Range: $ - $Russell amassed an extensive collection of jazz memorabilia, including musical instruments, records, piano rolls, sheet music, photographs, books, and periodicals.
His collection traces the development of jazz in New Orleans and follows the movement of musicians to New York, Chicago, California, and beyond.
It encompasses notes from Russell’s research, audiotapes.