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JOHN ADAMS LETTER TO BENJAMIN RUSH; 1811

JOHN ADAMS LETTER TO BENJAMIN RUSH; Quincy, 28 August, 1811. Your letter of the 20th, my dear friend, has filled my eyes with tears, and, indurated stoic as I am, my heart with sensations unutterable by my tongue or pen; … Continue reading

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John Adams on the Death of George Washington

REPLY TO THE ADDRESS OF THE SENATE, ON THE DEATH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. 23 December, 1799. Gentlemen Of The Senate, I receive, with the most respectful and affectionate sentiments, in this impressive address, the obliging expressions of your regard for … Continue reading

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John Adams Letter To Benjamin Rush; 21 January, 1810

John Adams Letter To Benjamin Rush; 21 January, 1810 Quincy, 21 January, 1810. Learned, ingenious, benevolent, beneficent old friend of 1774! Thanks for “the light and truth,” as I used to call the Aurora, which you sent me. You may … Continue reading

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JOHN ADAMS TO THE GRAND JURORS OF THE COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE, MASSACHUSETTS. 3 OCTOBER, 1798

John Adams To The Grand Jurors Of The County Of Hampshire, Massachusetts. 3 October, 1798. Gentlemen, I have received with much pleasure your address of the 28th of September from Northampton. The manifestations of your respect, approbation, and confidence are … Continue reading

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JOHN ADAMS INAUGURAL SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS, 4 March, 1797

INAUGURAL SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS, 4 March, 1797. when it was first perceived, in early times, that no middle course for America remained between unlimited submission to a foreign legislature and a total independence of its claims, men … Continue reading

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To The Officers Of The First Brigade Of The Third Division Of The Militia Of Massachusetts: John Adams

John Adams; To The Officers Of The First Brigade Of The Third Division Of The Militia Of Massachusetts. 11 October, 1798. Gentlemen, I have received from Major-General Hull and Brigadier General Walker your unanimous address from Lexington, animated with a … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Love of the Father

I recently joined a Bible Discussion group and someone asked a very profound question today in it, I must share, along with my response to it, because I think it would be of benefit to others. Brother Pete (last name … Continue reading

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A System That Breeds Contempt In Its Children

We see in the Spring Break riot in CA what happens when a school system that teaches children from their inception to despise the nation of their birth. When a school system teaches children to so despise the nation of … Continue reading

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DEEP-SEA FISHING

DEEP-SEA FISHING A. H. F. FISCHER, D.D., Phoenixville, Pa. Launch out into the deep.—Luke 5: 4. THE accounts we have of the Master are but a very small portion of the things which he did. One biographer [John the Apostle] … Continue reading

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AMERICAN FOUNDATIONS

AMERICAN FOUNDATIONS The Rev. ARTHUR J. PENNELL, New Haven, Conn. Seek ye first the kingdom of God.—Matt. 6: 33. A QUESTION often arises in the minds of men whether this country is a Christian country! The status of a notion … Continue reading

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Etiquette of the National Emblem i.e. Flag

Etiquette of the Stars and Stripes, i.e. The American Flag Code Drafted by Representatives of Sixty-eight Organizations of National Scope Under Lead of American Legion. National Flag Represents a Living Country and is Itself Considered a Living Thing On Flag … Continue reading

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Weird Weather in the United States evidence of Climate Change?

FREAKS OF NATURE IN THE U.S. History now and then repeats itself in respect to long cold winters, as that through which we have recently passed. Several such winters are remembered in the annals of our State, and some far … Continue reading

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The Funeral Scene at Arlington for those Sailors killed on the U.S.S. Maine

In 1898 the USS Maine was sent to Cuba to guard American interests there due to rebellion by the Cubans against their Spanish rulers. It arrived in Havana January 25, on the evening of February 15, the harbor was lit … Continue reading

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Benjamin Franklin’s Toast with the French and British Ambassadors

Long after Washington’s victories over the French and English had made his name familiar over all Europe, Dr. Franklin chanced to dine with the English and French ambassadors, when the following toasts were drunk:—By the British ambassador— “England—the sun whose … Continue reading

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The Majesty of the Ocean; by Peregrinus Proteus

The Majesty of the Ocean; by Peregrinus Proteus There is society where none intrude! By the deep sea, and music in its roar. I Know of nothing, in the whole compass of Byron’s varied productions, which equals, in sublimity of … Continue reading

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THE INFLUENCE OF LOVE

And the Women’s Libber’s in NOW would have you believe women didn’t used to be appreciated, this piece from the 1800′s belies that assertion. I thank the Lord for the women in my life, and to the woman who encompasses … Continue reading

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The American Eagle

The American Eagle: Southern Religious Telegraph Bird of the cliff! thou art soaring on high; Thou hast swept the dense cloud from thy path in the sky; Thou hast breasted the storm in thy heavenward flight, And fix’d thy bright … Continue reading

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The Warriors Poem: Forget-Me-Not

The Warriors Poem: Forget-Me-Not Forget not that life is like a flower, which no sooner is blown than it begins to wither. “THE beautiful little flower, commonly called ‘Forget-me-not’ blooms in luxuriant profusion on the graves of the heroes of … Continue reading

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History of Jerusalem from 142 BC to 70 AD with the Closing Scene of the Fall of Jerusalem

NOTE: Who can deny the truth of the Bible, history is replete with the fulfillment of the prophecies contained therein, prophecies that are still being fulfilled today. I see many parallels with the United States in this day and time, … Continue reading

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Jean Lafitte: From Pirate to Patriot

Lafitte, The Baratarian Chief; A Tale Founded On Fact: From Pirate to Patriot. “P. The man is a fool who surrenders himself to such unmanly, such womanish weakness. “L. Hast thou ever loved? “P. Never. “L. Then confine thy reproaches … Continue reading

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