Everett, Edward, 1794-1865
- Existence: 1794-04-11 - 1865-01-15
Edward Everett (1794-1865), American educator, politician, diplomat, and orator
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Minister and diplomat. Correspondence largely relating to Abbot's service as secretary to Daniel Webster and as an agent of the State Department in England and Canada. Included are 104 letters by Daniel Webster as well as copies of several of his speeches. State Department papers concerning controversies with England (1837-1852), newspaper clippings about Daniel Webster and miscellaneous receipts, inventories and photographs make up the remainder of the papers.
ALS, on behalf of the friends of H. P. Tuttle, asking for Tuttle to be discharged from the army so that he can become an assistant paymaster in the navy.
ALS expressing thanks on behalf of his son.
ALS declining an invitation.
ALS informing Sprague that he has not been able to complete an address and will not make an unspecified engagement.
ALS regarding stereotyping unidentified volumes. Addressed to "Mr. John K. Rogers for Mr. James M. Shute."
ALS regarding the education of a "young friend" of Parker's, specifically the age of admission to the Lawrence Scientific School.
ALS regarding corrections to proofs of several addresses as well as the sale of the Power [Passes?] on the Mill Dam in Boston.
ALS submitting a manuscript (no longer present) for his review.
The papers of Ray Palmer (1808-1887) and his son Charles Ray Palmer (1834-1914), both clergymen. The Ray Palmer papers consist of correspondence, two letterbooks, sermons, hymns and poems, diaries, a memoir, and other materials. The letterbooks contain correspondence from ministers and a few public officials. In the Charles Ray Palmer papers are essays, poems, notes on lectures given at Andover Theological Seminary by Edwards A. Park, sermons, writings and miscellaneous papers.
"Speech of Honorary Edward Everett before the Massachusetts Bible Society at the annual meeting", 1850 May 27
Holograph, bound. Included is a manuscript note from Daniel Butler concerning the speech, dated 1870 July 1.
Journals, letterbook, medical notes, and essays of Benajah Ticknor, doctor and surgeon with the U.S. Navy. Of primary importance are the journals which describe journeys made by Ticknor with the Navy to South America, the Far East, and Europe.
Most of the collection consists of autograph letters by prominent physicians and scientists in America and abroad to John Collins Warren, surgeon and naturalist. Two letters are by Warren.