William Trent correspondence

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Letter written by Trent concerning land transactions near Carlisle, Pa.

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Correspondence and other materials relating to Trent and his family. Correspondence,is chiefly from Trent while on the faculty of the University of the South to various colleagues, editors, and others interested in his work.

Many of these letters relate to Trent's book on William Gilmore Simms. InWilliam Trent kept a daily journal and Orderly book during his time at Fort Pitt. These excerpts are from May and June of that year.

While his journal provides an account of the daily life at the fort, the orderly book gives an account of Trent's leadership and the role of the military at the fort. Among the printed materials are Trent's examinations and outlines for English courses, and THE UNPOPULAR REVIEW with numerous pages of Trent's notes.

Series I: Cataloged Correspondence. Series II: Arranged Materials.

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Using the Collection. Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Restrictions on Access. This collection is located on-site. William W. Trent Collection Ms W. Trent served as state superintendent of schools from Correspondence, William N. Beehler, State Relief Administration, Correspondence, Homer A.

Holt West Virginia Guide Book, National Youth Administration (NYA), William Trent, born in Philadelphia inwas appointed Captain of the Pennsylvania Militia in From he was partners with George Croghan in Indian trade along the Ohio River. In as an agent for Virginia, he was in charge of an expedition transporting gifts to the Miami Indians.

The Will Trent series takes place in Atlanta and features GBI special agent Will Trent, his partner Faith Mitchell, and Angie Polaski. The first two books in the series are Triptych and Fractured. Later, Sara Linton from The Grant County Series joins the series, and also appears in Undone, Broken, Fallen, Snatched (a novella), and Criminal.

Full text of "Journal of Captain William Trent from Logstown to Pickawillany, A.D. now published for the first time from a copy in the archives of the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, together with letters of Governor Robert Dinwiddie ; an historical notice of the Miami confederacy of Indians ; a sketch of the English poet at Pickawillany, with a short biography of.

The series is also known as the “Atlanta series,” as Karin’s other books are titled by their setting. Will Trent was a trashcan baby who ended up in an Atlanta Children’s Home.

Now, Will Trent is a Georgia Bureau agent who works with his partner Faith Mitchell. The Will Trent series began in with Triptych. Since then, two more. William Trent (Febru - ) was a fur trader and merchant based in colonial Pennsylvania.

He was commissioned as a captain of the Virginia Regiment in the early stages of the French and Indian War, when he served on the western frontier with the young Lt.

Colonel George led an advance group who built forts and improved roads for troop access and defense of the. (Chesterfield County, Va., Deed Book #5, page ) April 6, William Trent, [I] Sr.

of Chesterfield County, for good causes, grants to son, Henry Trent, of Chesterfield, the plantation where William lives with 75 acres, provided William has use of the plantation during his life.

Author of Journal of Captain William Trent from Logstown to Pickawillany, A.D.An Introduction To The English Classics, Journal of Captain William Trent fro Logstown to Pickawillany A.D.Daniel Defoe to Know Him, An Introduction To The English Classics, William Trent correspondence.

William Trent, with his family and eleven enslaved individuals of African descent, lived on this 1,plus acre plantation at the Falls of the Delaware in the colony of West Jersey.

This land, which was home for thousands of years to the Lenni Lenape native peoples, is what is now Trenton, New Jersey. : The Conway Letters: The Correspondence of Anne, Viscountess Conway, Henry More and their Friends, (): Nicolson, Marjorie Hope.

William Trent Pancoast — “Blue collar writer” is how the Wall Street Journal referred to William Trent Pancoast in a front page article. By that time, his working-class-flavored short stories and essays had appeared in many Midwestern and international magazines and newspapers.

Pancoast’s novel Crashing had been published in Reviews: Trent was never able to obtain British or colonial rights to his land claims.

He died in Philadelphia, probably in During the summer ofwhile stationed at Fort Pitt, William Trent kept a journal and orderly book, which together present one of the most detailed and complete accounts of the Indian siege on the British settlements.

Get this from a library. Letters from the Board of Trade to the Earl of Holdernesse with inclosed letters and papers from Governor Clinton of New York with intelligence that a numerous body of French and Indians were marching from Canada to the Ohio River in order to disturb the settlements there: Correspondence /04//07/ [Adam Matthews Digital (Firm),;].

General Correspondence. Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, Wednesday, Decem (Trent affair) Contributor Names Lincoln, Abraham, Robertson, William Robert, Sir, -- Correspondence, Great Britain.

Army -- Correspondence, Great Britain. Army -- History -- World War, -- Sources, Generals -- Great Britain -- Correspondence Publisher London: Bodley Head for the Army Records Society Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; trent_university; internetarchivebooks. The William Peterfield Trent Daniel Defoe Research Collection is the physical property of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

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Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Trent's entry forincludes the following statement: we gave them two Blankets and an Handkerchief out of the Small Pox Hospital. I hope it will have the desired effect.

Trent's Journal confirms that smallpox had broken out in Fort Pitt prior to the correspondence between Bouquet and Amherst, thus making their plans feasible.

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. Thurlow Weed to William Seward, Wednesday, Decem (Trent affair) Contributor Names Lincoln, Abraham, Created / Published December 4, Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. The only son of Benjamin Franklin, William Franklin served as Royal Governor of New Jersey during the critical years between and An ardent Loyalist, William split with his father over their political differences in the early days of the Revolution, and after enduring two years of imprisonment, became a leader in the Loyalist cause.

In the Trent House Association was formed, gaining its status as a non-profit organization in The Trent House Association works in cooperation with the City of Trenton to enhance the historical integrity and interpretation of the William Trent House through stewardship of the site, research, and public programming.

Trent Valley near Sneedville TN is named after William and brother Alexander. John Knox, correspondence, Trent folder, Marchp. 9, [email protected] Agard Street, Auburn, CA Trent GenForum # of 5 Mar ] Tammy, thank you so much for posting this. Alexander Trent was also listed on the same Wythe Co.

tax list. View the profiles of people named William Trent. Join Facebook to connect with William Trent and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. William Trent Jr. has made many trips to Lannigan Field, both as a spectator and participant. He will be seeing a lot more of the University of Virginia’s track and field facility in.

The collection contains assorted correspondence from both prominent historical and literary figures including; William Atlee, Elias Boudinot, Marquis de Lafayette, George W.

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McClelland, Christopher Morley, Eugene O'Neill, Josiah Harmar Penniman, John Wallace Riddle, Otis Skinner, Booth Tarkington, William Trent, and John William Wallace. In addition to the talk and book signing, visitors can tour the th year-old house built by Captain Trent’s father, which includes the bedroom of his young son who lived here as a child, and view the silk vest that the younger William Trent wore to the Court of St.

James in July William Trent (‐), soldier, Indian trader, and land speculator, was a prominent figure in the development of Western Pennsylvania during the second CORRESPONDENCE AND DOCUMENTS ‐ 31 Inventory of books, papers, etc.

in the Trent estate undated. A group of letters spanning Welch's career, chiefly written to him, but including one early letter returning a revised manuscript to Dr. Canfield. One notable letter introducing Welch, then at Johns Hopdkins, to Congressman Robert Bremner, is signed by Woodrow Wilson from the White House in Includes many pieces of correspondence to and from Wilburt C.

Davison of the Duke.Collection Number RL Title William Henry Welch correspondence Date Creator Welch, William Henry, Extent 24 items Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.Tom Benjey, 3 books Michael R. McCarthy, 2 books Cicero Pangburn McClure, 1 book Susan D.

Rose, 1 book T. B. Graham, 1 book Chris Gavaler, 1 book Thomas Coppock, 1 book Jim Eldridge, 1 book Ephraim Blaine, 1 book William Trent, 1 book Richard L. Poole, 1 book Charles S. Ricketts, 1 book .