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Fri Mar 21 17:13:21 2014 UTClccn-n500397040.19Light-Horse Harry; a biography of Washington's great cavalryman, General Henry Lee,0.600.97Report of the committee appointed under act of the General Assembly, approved March 12, 1912, for the purpose of re-interring the remains of General Henry Lee -- "Light Horse Harry" Lee -- at Lexington, Va64735359Henry_Lee_IIIn 5003970474917Lee, Light-Horse Harry 1756-1815Lee, Light-Horse Harry, 1756-1818Lee, Major General (Henry), 1756-1818lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n79045178United StatesContinental Armylccn-n79119349Gerson, Noel B.(Noel Bertram)1914-1988lccn-n86111043Lee, Henry1787-1837edtlccn-n79026374Royster, Charleslccn-n80044891Lee, Robert E.(Robert Edward)1807-1870edtlccn-n80067096Marshall, John1755-1835lccn-n79018462VirginiaGeneral AssemblyHouse of Delegateslccn-nr89018126VirginiaGovernor (1791-1794 : Lee)lccn-n79063202United StatesArmyLee, Henry1756-1818HistoryPersonal narrativesBiographyTreatiesSermonsPortraitsUnited StatesLee, Henry,American Revolution (1775-1783)Southern StatesWashington, George,GeneralsUnited States.--Continental ArmyVirginiaGovernorsPolitical scienceHeath, William,Kentucky and Virginia resolutions of 1798Alien and Sedition laws, 1798United States.--ArmyConstitutional lawRiotsMaryland--BaltimoreJefferson, Thomas,Tariff on cottonFuneral sermonsLee, HenryPatriotic societiesSumter, Thomas,Democratic Party (U.S.)Bunker Hill, Battle of (Boston, Massachusetts : 1775)Massachusetts--BostonIndians of North AmericaUnited States--Northwest, OldFuneral orationsGreene, Nathanael,Freedom of the pressPost roadsPostal serviceHanson, Alexander Contee,New EnglandSociety of the CincinnatiLee, Henry,Customs administrationCornwallis, Charles Cornwallis,--Marquis,MassachusettsMedalsPublic health lawsYellow feverCommunicable diseasesShips--Health regulationsWayne, Anthony,Fleury, François-Louis Teissèydre,--vicomte de,Washington, William,Howard, John Eager,Franklin, Benjamin,175618181756175817601780178117841785178617871788178917911792179317941795179617971798179918001801180218031807180818091810181218141816181718221824182618271829183018311832183518391841184418561857185918641869187018721883188518871893189618991901190919121913191519251931193219351939195519561957196219661967196819691970197419751976197719781979198119821983198719891990199319941995199619971998199920002003200420052006200720082009201020112012201312120322762973.33Z1215ocn866321113111349ocn013838210book18120.63Lee, HenryMemoirs of the war in the Southern Department of the United StatesHistoryBiographyPortraitsPersonal narratives+-+911745390548127ocn062823879file17990.84The address of the minority in the Virginia legislature to the people of that state containing a vindication of the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition laws35532ocn062831320com18000.88Lee, HenryA funeral oration, in honour of the memory of George Washington, late general of the armies of the U. States prepared and delivered at the request of Congress, at the German Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, on Thursday, the 26th of DecemberSermons35329ocn062831323com18000.84Lee, HenryA funeral oration, on the death of Gen. Washington2894ocn002397779book19690.27Lee, HenryThe American revolution in the SouthHistoryIn this classic book one of American history's famed patriots, George Washington's intimate friend, gives his personal account of the revolution he helped to make. Includes an introduction and biographical information about the author by his son, the legendary Civil War general Robert E. Lee2798ocn002352429book18410.81Washington, GeorgeMonuments of Washington's patriotism: containing a facsimile of his public accounts, kept during the revolutionary war; and some of the most interesting documents connected with his military command and civil administration21712ocn511258020file17840.84Society of the CincinnatiA circular letter, addressed to the state societies of the Cincinnati, by the general meeting, convened at Philadelphia, May 3, 1784. Together with the institution, as altered and amendedHistory19210ocn062840304file17930.84VirginiaBy the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, a proclamation. the president of the United States having been pleased to communicate to me, that a treaty will be held with the hostile Indian tribes, on or about the first day of June at Lower Sandusky ... Given under my hand and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this thirteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, and of the Commonwealth the seventeenthHistoryTreaties19011ocn642778700com18000.73Lee, HenryFuneral oration on the death of General Washington. Delivered, at the request of Congress, by Major-General Henry Lee, member of Congress from VirginiaSermons1817ocn062831324com18000.84Lee, HenryA funeral oration on the death of General George Washington1648ocn062831330com18000.84Lee, HenryThe national eulogy of the illustrious George Washington pronounced at the request of the United States, in Congress assembled.1572ocn510968597com18000.70Lee, HenryA funeral oration, in honour of the memory of George Washington, late general of the armies of the U. States prepared and delivered at the request of Congress, at the German Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, on Thursday, the 26th of December, by Major Gen. Henry Lee; one o the representatives from the state of Virginia15611ocn015443349book18090.93Lee, HenryA cursory sketch of the motives and proceedings of the party which sways the affairs of the Union together with some remarks upon the nature of the present crisis1367ocn642427598com18000.76Lee, HenryA funeral oration on the death of George Washington late President & Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, who departed this life at Mount Vernon in Virginia, on the 14th of Dec. 1799, in the 68th year of his age. Delivered at the request of Congress, by Major-General Henry Lee, Member of Congress from Virginia. To which is subjoined, An eulogy: by Judge Minot1301ocn001678076book19010.50Heath, WilliamMemoirs of Major General William HeathHistoryPersonal narratives1255ocn642768998com18000.73Lee, HenryA funeral oration, on the death of General Washington delivered in the German Lutheran Church, Philadelphia: at the request of Congress, on the twenty-sixth of December, 1799. By Major General Lee1248ocn062823876file17990.86An address of the fifty-eight Federal members of the Virginia legislature to their fellow-citizens, in January, 1799History1179ocn085889646book18310.92Coffin, CharlesHistory of the battle of Breed's HillHistory1085ocn015447487book18140.94Lee, HenryA Correct account of the conduct of the Baltimore mob1058ocn062831329file18000.88Lee, HenryMr. Henry Lee's motion. 10th March, 1800. Ordered to lie on the table. : Published by order of the House of Representatives12404ocn000946521book19660.19Gerson, Noel BLight-Horse Harry; a biography of Washington's great cavalryman, General Henry LeeThe life story of George Washington's great cavalryman and the father of Robert E. Lee11746ocn006891146book19810.28Royster, CharlesLight-Horse Harry Lee and the legacy of the American RevolutionHistoryBiographyIn Light Horse Harry Lee, Charles Royster tells the story of a man whose career embodies the visionary promises that inspired the American Revolution, as well as the inability of the revolutionary generation to put all its ideals into practice. The man is Henry Lee'soldier (nicknamed "Light-Horse Harry Lee"), statesmen, landowner, historian of the young republic, member of one of the oldest and most eminent families of Virginia'who throughout his life endeavored to realize his dream of a free and prosperous America. Brilliantly examining Lee's ambitions and achievements, Mr. Royster makes us see how, both during the war and afterward, Lee continually risked himself in the service of his vision and how again and again he failed to win the victories he sought. He shows us Lee as a young officer in the Revolution, fighting valorously and skillfully, earning renown as a patriot and a military genius'but leaving the Continental Army before the war's end, sickened by the violence of battle and disheartened by his helplessness to mitigate it. After the war, we see Lee determined to play a central role in the new nation's peaceful growth'serving in Congress and as governor of Virginia, promoting expansion and development through his own private business ventures. And we watch as Lee's desperate pursuit of wealth and order for America ends tragically: in his political defeat, bankruptcy, and exile from the land he fought to free. Tracing Lee's struggles and reverses in his efforts to implement the promises of the Revolution'in his defense of the union, his opposition to Jeffersonian Republicans, his investments in land, his repeated warnings against war'Mr. Royster shows how, in extreme form, Lee exemplified in his strivings the public aspirations of America's most politically creative era, as well as his generations collective failure to attain its vision of national grandeur and individual happiness. And it is this failure and the resultant disappointment, Mr. Royster argues, that in large part opened the way to disagreements over the nature of the Union, culminating, finally, in the Civil War'in which the South was led by Light-Horse Harry Lee's son, Robert E. Lee+-+056466253566411ocn001633607book18240.53Lee, HenryThe campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas; with remarks historical and critical on Johnson's life of GreeneHistory4684ocn000426510book19310.50Boyd, ThomasLight-horse Harry Lee4169ocn000058887book18120.63Lee, HenryMemoirs of the war in the Southern Department of the United StatesHistoryBiographyPortraitsPersonal narratives1836ocn002320828book18390.79Lee, HenryObservations on the writings of Thomas Jefferson : with particular reference to the attack they contain on the memory of the late Gen. Henry Lee ; in a series of letters16610ocn003882043book18590.79Hartley, Cecil BLife of Major General Henry Lee, commander of Lee's legion in the revolutionary war, and subsequently governor of Virginia; to which is added the life of General Thomas Sumter of South CarolinaHistory+-+31793135961342ocn037527599book19980.37Lee, HenryThe Revolutionary War memoirs of General Henry LeeHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives+-+76935315851332ocn042692093book20000.66Hartmann, John WThe American partisan : Henry Lee and the struggle for independence, 1776-1780HistoryBiography"The years 1776-1780 were the pivotal period during the Revolutionary War."--BOOK JACKET. "At the center of practically every important military event during those four long years was a young cavalry officer, Henry Lee, the father of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Henry Lee's exploits on and off the battlefield played a key role in not only contributing to American victories but also lifting the flagging spirits of his fellow countrymen, when it often appeared as though the war was almost lost. By 1780 Henry Lee had emerged a legend, a combat-hardened veteran of unparalleled daring and bravery."--BOOK JACKET+-+88364972061095ocn015569284book18170.94United StatesA Bill for the Relief of Henry Lee1079ocn005923598com18700.90Jones, Charles CReminiscences of the last days, death and burial of General Henry Lee1003ocn004248333book18320.81Lee, HenryObservations on the writings of Thomas Jefferson : with particular reference to the attack they contain on the memory of the late Gen. Henry Lee ; in a series of letters+-+8607413905884ocn015568850book18170.94United StatesReport of the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures on the petition of Henry Lee, accompanied with a bill for his relief made February 8th, 1817, and ordered to be printed811ocn009498225book18240.56American ladyEvenings in New England intended for juvenile amusement and instructionJuvenile worksDrama253ocn426131370book18120.94Horrible scenes at BaltimoreHistory253ocn426000704book18120.95Madison's mob! To destroy the freedom of speech, and of the press. Horrid outrages--and savage murders--at Baltimore! Gazette-office, Boston, Aug. 2, 1812253ocn426064673book18120.95Baltimore mob!! To destroy the freedom of speech, and of the press. Horrid outrages--and savage murders--at Baltimore! Constitutionalist office, (Monday evening) August 3, 1812244ocn426002146book18120.95Most horrible!!History211ocn023680911book19120.97VirginiaReport of the committee appointed under act of the General Assembly, approved March 12, 1912, for the purpose of re-interring the remains of General Henry Lee -- "Light Horse Harry" Lee -- at Lexington, VaHistoryMiscellanea141ocn123421630book20070.33Adams, John WComitia Americana and related medals : underappreciated monuments to our heritageHistory+-+9117453905+-+9117453905Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch35118