3 edition of An oration before the Washington Benevolent Society of Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
An oration before the Washington Benevolent Society of Pennsylvania
William T. Dwight
|Statement||by William T. Dwight|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 21570|
|Contributions||Washington Benevolent Society of Pennsylvania|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
The Benevolent Empire After religious disestablishment, citizens of the United States faced a dilemma: how to cultivate a moral and virtuous public without aid from state-sponsored religion. Most Americans agreed that a good and moral citizenry was essential for the national project to succeed, but many shared the perception that society’s. The will of General George Washington: [electronic resource]: to which is annexed, a schedule of his pr An oration, delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Columbia, at the court-h An oration, delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society of .
Noticed in an document from a gathering of Mormons: "no person can think of the word ["benevolent"] as associated with public Institutions, without thinking of the Washingtonian Benevolent Society which was one of the most corrupt Institutions of the day." I'm curious to know what the reputation of these societies were, as the century progressed. The Ancient Order of Hibernians, organized in by members of St. Patrick's Fraternal Society of N.Y., a burial society, as an American auxiliary of the Ribbon Society of Ireland, had become (in ) a benevolent, mutual-aid organization which steadily attracted membership in the s.
B Bachman, Charles W. "Physician; born in Reading, Pa., in He was educated in the public schools, graduating from the High School in the class of ; then attended Northwestern College at Naperville, Ill., graduating from that institution in ; commenced the study of medicine and was graduated from the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, as M. D. in , when he began the. Orphan Society of Philadelphia, signed by Rebecca Gratz, I ; invitation from Rebecca Gratz to Dr. and Mrs. James Rush, Philadelphia, n. d.; document listing Rebecca Gratz as a patroness of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, I ; File Size: KB.
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THE WASHINGTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.—In his Field Book of the War ofp.Mr. Lossing said: ' Benevo-lent Societies (Federalist associations) had made Napoleon's disasters the subject of orations and toasts on the anniversary of Washington's birthday (22d of February, ); and in Albany, where the Dutch.Founding of Pennsylvania Abolition Society who, before his death inwrote numerous pamphlets in which he challenged the notion of black inferiority.
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