Papers of Jonathan Odell [manuscript], 1768, 1776, n.d.

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Papers of Jonathan Odell [manuscript], 1768, 1776, n.d.

The papers contain poems: "To Marcus Silicemius" and "To Publius Memmius," 1776, translated from Horace's Odes; and "The times," n.d., by "Camillo Querno." There is also a note to the Committee of Safety requesting it to act on an unidentified matter. A copy of his signature, 1768, on a parish register, St. Mary's Church, Burlington, N.J., completes the collection.

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Horace

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New Jersey. Committee of Safety

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Odell, Jonathan, 1737-1818

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American poet, loyalist. From the description of Papers of Jonathan Odell [manuscript], 1768, 1776, n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647813273 From the description of Collection, 1768-1776, and undated. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 122529898 Jonathan Odell, a clergyman, was born in Newark, New Jersey, and died in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. He was the son of John Odell and Temperance, a daughter of ...

Cockings, George, -1802

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