The Resource American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration: : "The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. .., (electronic resource)

American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration: : "The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. .., (electronic resource)

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American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration: : "The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. ..
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American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration:
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"The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. ..
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  • McCoy, Amasa
  • Myers, John B
  • American Academy of Music (Philadelphia, Pa.)
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  • McCoy, Amasa
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  • United States
  • Pennsylvania
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American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration: : "The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. .., (electronic resource)
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http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/11377
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  • "The above is the celebrated oration which was originally delivered in the Capitol, at Washington, before the president and his Cabinet, and which has been repeated fifty-four times in the state of Pennsylvania."
  • Signed: John B. Myers [and twenty-one others]
  • Followed by "Extract from a circular by the governor, and speakers of the Senate and House of Representatives. To the patriotic citizens of Pennsylvania ..." in praise of McCoy's oration, and several reviews extracted from the Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Washington, and New York press
  • "Tickets to all parts of the house, 25 cents. Reserved seats in parquette, parquette circle and balcony, 50 cents. Tickets for sale at the music stores, hotels, at the soldiers' hospitals, and at the Academy of Music. Holders of 25 cent tickets can secure reserved seats for 25 cents extra, at Gould's Music Store, Seventh and Chestnut Streets, on and after Tuesday, 10th of March."
  • American Antiquarian Society copy has papermakers' embossed stamp, "Paris."
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mixed
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29 x 24 cm.
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1 sheet ([2] p.)
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lossless
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access
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  • 3531933-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3531933
  • (Sirsi) aas05011377
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American Academy of Music. The undersigned committee have the pleasure to announce, that Professor Amasa McCoy, of Washington City, (late professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Ballston and Albany law schools, ) will repeat his great patriotic oration: : "The London Times on the Rebellion and the war against the national Constitution, " in the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, March 12th, 1863. ... Proceeds for the benefit of the hospitals for sick and wounded soldiers. .., (electronic resource)
Link
http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/11377
Publication
Note
  • "The above is the celebrated oration which was originally delivered in the Capitol, at Washington, before the president and his Cabinet, and which has been repeated fifty-four times in the state of Pennsylvania."
  • Signed: John B. Myers [and twenty-one others]
  • Followed by "Extract from a circular by the governor, and speakers of the Senate and House of Representatives. To the patriotic citizens of Pennsylvania ..." in praise of McCoy's oration, and several reviews extracted from the Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Washington, and New York press
  • "Tickets to all parts of the house, 25 cents. Reserved seats in parquette, parquette circle and balcony, 50 cents. Tickets for sale at the music stores, hotels, at the soldiers' hospitals, and at the Academy of Music. Holders of 25 cent tickets can secure reserved seats for 25 cents extra, at Gould's Music Store, Seventh and Chestnut Streets, on and after Tuesday, 10th of March."
  • American Antiquarian Society copy has papermakers' embossed stamp, "Paris."
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Dimensions
29 x 24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([2] p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3531933-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3531933
  • (Sirsi) aas05011377

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