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Metrical description of a fancy ball given at Washington, 9th April, 1858

John von Sonntag de Havilland

Metrical description of a fancy ball given at Washington, 9th April, 1858

by John von Sonntag de Havilland

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Published by F. Philip in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Washington (D.C.) -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdedicated to Mrs. Senator Gwin.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination40 p.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17511090M
    OCLC/WorldCa13575362

    George W Ball h/o 1st Martha Ellen Murray md 18 Oct Clay Co., Ky. 2nd Hannah Tankersley Allen md abt Ky. widow of Benjamin Ben Allen. Death certificate has George born in Buncombe Co., North Carolina CO. D 47th KY INF.   WHILE JOHN ORDWAY made his name and reputation in large part upon the foundation of Ordway Hall, the early performances of the Aeolians occurred not in Ordway's namesake, but in Harmony Hall, located on the "Corner of Washington and Sumner Sts., over Jones, Ball, & Poor's," where the troupe performed for just over a year beginning late in

    April 24——Lancaster Court-House Dr Sr Upon considering the writing more attentively, which pass’d between us, respecting the land—I think a part of it meterially improper—and I am confident when I state some facts you will think with me—the writing says I shall pay six Pr centum upon the purchase money from untill the whole. A modern book about ball etiquette from the 's is "From the Ballroom to Hell", by Elizabeth Aldrich, Northwestern University Press, It is not to be confused with a very different book by the same name published in The newer book is well worth getting.

    1. The letter from Mary Ball Washington, GW’s mother, has not been found. Mr. Smith may have been GW’s friend Lt. Charles Smith, who was in Fredericksburg (where presumably Mrs. Washington was) as late as 21 Sept. when he was absolved of blame for killing a . Shakespeare isn’t just for highschool. Abnormal scansion aside, shapes denotes "things conjured by the imagination," and fancy (a contraction of fantasy first appearing in the 15th century) is another word for love. A system of scansion is a way to mark the metrical patterns of a line of poetry. Definition of Sonnet.


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