Papers relating to The day, 1832.


Hall, Richard, fl. 1832. Papers relating to The day, 1832.

Papers relating to The day, 1832.

Letters, poems, articles, and fragments of articles, autograph manuscript, most submitted to John Strang, editor of The Day. Included are an AL to "Mr. Day," signed "Juvenis," attributed to William Lang, Jr., Jan 21, 1832; ALS from William Owen, Mar 12, 1832; ALS from William Motherwell, n.d.; "Accession Ode," poem, signed "Omega," with an AL to Strang appended; "The Beachers," poem, signed "Dominie Samson;" "Wake, Doctor Wake! A New Serenade," parody, attributed to Strang; fragment of "Judicial Improvements -- Exchequer Court," attributed by Strang to Richard Hall; fragment of "The Recent Condemnation -- Stirret's Case," by James McConechy; and fragment of "Our Project, Opinions and Prospects," by Strang. Some items were published in volume I of The Day. Also present are four unidentified fragments, autograph manuscript, and a newspaper clipping.

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McConechy, James. (person)

Hall, Richard, fl. 1832. (person)

Motherwell, William, 1797-1835 (person)

Scottish poet. From the description of The waithman's wail : autograph manuscript of a portion of the poem, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270613383 ...

Owen, William Miller, 1832-1893 (person)

William Miller Owen was a Confederate officer in the Washington Artillery of New Orleans, Army of Northern Virginia, during the Civil War. He served as adjutant and was promoted to Major of Artillery in August 1863. He was later assigned to Preston's Division, Army of Tennessee as Chief of Artillery. He was reassigned to the Washington Artillery in April 1864 as second field officer, and was wounded at Petersburg in August 1864. Owen was promoted to lieutenant colonel in 1865. He is the author o...

Samson, Dominie. (person)

Lang, William, Jr. (person)

Strang, John, 1795-1863 (person)

Omega, fl. 1832. (person)