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Fri Mar 21 17:13:00 2014 UTClccn-n500397140.00The man who moved independence0.661.00Strand debonding in pretensioned beams : precast prestressed concrete bridges with debonded strands47668633n 5003971474927Lee, Richard H.Lee, Richard H. 1732-1794Lee, Richard Henry, 1732-1794lccn-n80039711United StatesConstitutional Convention(1787)lccn-n79021103Lee, Arthur1740-1792lccn-no2001086719Ballagh, James Curtis1866-1944comlccn-n83066041National Society of the Colonial Dames of Americalccn-n80039712United StatesContinental Congresslccn-n88002855Bennett, Walter Hartwell1907-lccn-n82019894Lee, Richard Henry1794-1865lccn-n92018353Chitwood, Oliver Perry1874-1971lccn-n79022913VirginiaGeneral Assemblylccn-n79034950McDonald, ForrestauiedtLee, Richard Henry1732-1794HistorySourcesBibliographyControversial literatureMusicPopular worksConstitutionUnited StatesConstitutional Convention (United States : 1787)Political scienceAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Constitution (United States)VirginiaGreat BritainLee, Richard Henry,Colonies--Economic policyColonies--AdministrationConstitutional historyColoniesDeclaration of Independence (United States)SlaveryPoliticiansMerchantsPlantation ownersRevolutionariesLee, Arthur,ConstitutionsLee familyVirginia--CharlottesvilleManuscripts, AmericanSlavery--Controversial literatureSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanConstitutional lawUnited States.--Continental CongressDeep diving--Safety measuresDecompression (Physiology)Concrete bridges--TestingPrestressed concrete beams--TestingConcrete bridges--Floors--TestingDeep diving--Equipment and suppliesGentryMaryland--Upper MarlboroBlakiston, Nathaniel,Maryland--Lower MarlboroVirginia--ColchesterChurch of EnglandMaryland--NewportMaryland--NottinghamGlassford, Gordon, Monteath & CoFindlay, Hopkins & CoMaryland--BaltimoreThompson, Edelen & CompanyJames Brown & Co. (Glasgow, Scotland)Boyle, Scott & CoElite (Social sciences)Maryland--ChapticoVirginia--Dumfries1732179417671769177017741775177617771778177917801781178217831785178717881790179217931794182418251827182918381846185418561861187118761887188818901893190019111914191519201925192919331939194119431952195319541955195619571959196219631964196519661967196819691970197219761977197819791981198319851987199019921993199519971998199920002002200320042005200720126265284489342.73024Z1215ocn56735938897813ocn000475598book19620.53Empire and nation: Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania, John Dickinson. Letters from the Federal farmer, Richard Henry LeeHistory+-+185724013567611ocn000948926book19700.59Lee, Richard HenryThe letters of Richard Henry LeeSources57637ocn011529422book17870.76Lee, Richard HenryObservations leading to a fair examination of the system of government proposed by the late convention ; and to several essential and necessary alterations in it, in a number of letters from the Federal Farmer to the Republican4326ocn003003089book19770.63Lee, Richard HenryLetters from the Federal farmer to the Republican37625ocn062812516file17670.84Lee, ArthurExtract from an address, in the Virginia gazette, of March 19, 1767Controversial literature3216ocn003632165book17880.59Lee, Richard HenryAn Additional number of letters from the Federal farmer to the Republican, leading to a fair examination of the system of government, proposed by the late Convention; to several essential and necessary alterations in it; and calculated to illustrate and support the principles and positions laid down in the preceding letters. Together with Oberservations on the new Constitution, and on the Federal and State Conventions by a Columbian patriot30121ocn062822012file17750.86United StatesThe twelve United Colonies, by their delegates in Congress, to the inhabitants of Great-BritainHistory28514ocn510964480file17690.79Dickinson, JohnThe Farmer's and Monitor's letters, to the inhabitants of the British coloniesHistoryMusic2082ocn001276812book19620.59Lee, Richard HenryAn additional number of letters from the Federal farmer to the Republican leading to a fair examination of the system of government, proposed by the late Convention; to several essential and necessary alterations in it; and calculated to illustrated and support the principles and positions laid down in the preceding letters. Together with Observations on the new Constitution, and on the Federal and State Conventions19613ocn062831339file17880.81Lee, Richard HenryAn additional number of letters prom [sic] the Federal Farmer to the Republican leading to a fair examination of the system of government, proposed by the late Convention ; to several essential and necessary alterations in it ; and calculated to illustrate and support the principles and positions laid down in the preceding lettersConstitution14613ocn062822011file17750.81United StatesThe twelve United Colonies, by their delegates in Congress, to the inhabitants of Great-Britain. Friends, countrymen, and brethren! By these, and by every other appellation ... we entreat your serious attention to this our second attempt, to prevent their dissolution.History326ocn004202272book17870.73Lee, Richard HenryObservations leading to a fair examination of the system of government proposed by the late convention ; and to several essential and necessary alterations in it.252ocn466255331file18880.66Ford, Paul LeicesterPamphlets on the Constitution of the United States : published during its discussion by the people, 1787-1788HistoryBibliographyConstitutionPopular worksSources143ocn671516777com18760.92Lee, Richard Henry"Draveil" or, The life of Harriet Preble containing portions of her correspondence, journal and other writings, literary and religious131ocn004530207book17880.95Federal FarmerAn additional number of letters prom [sic] the federal farmer to the republican : leading to a fair examination of the system of government proposed by the late convention, to several essential and necessary alterations in it, and calculated to illustrate and support the principles laid down in the preceding letters111ocn028428101book19931.00Abdalla, O. AStrand debonding in pretensioned beams : precast prestressed concrete bridges with debonded strands93ocn647363183file19590.92Lee, Richard HenryThe explosive decompression component of air blast82ocn647551429file19630.92Dowling, G. BDiver's instrumented information board82ocn647274016file19590.92Brown, F. WA biophysical analog for explosive decompression studies in animals81ocn832687219com17850.47United StatesBy the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved, that so much of the territory ceded, or to be ceded by individual states, to the United States, as is already purchased, or shall be purchased, of the Indian inhabitants, and offered for sale by Congress, shall be divided into distinct states in the following manner, as nearly as such cessions will admit38412ocn001635861book18250.70Lee, Richard HenryMemoir of the life of Richard Henry Lee, and his correspondence with the most distinguished men in America and Europe, illustrative of their characters, and of the events of the American revolutionHistoryBiographyPortraits3814ocn000218304book19670.56Chitwood, Oliver PerryRichard Henry Lee, statesman of the revolution2383ocn052601560book20030.79McGaughy, J. KentRichard Henry Lee of Virginia : a portrait of an American revolutionaryHistoryBiographyIn bridging the gap between Lee's private interests and public career, J. Kent McGaughy seeks to overturn many of the misconceptions about Lee and shows that, throughout his life, he remained dedicated to his family and public service+-+99388079253241442ocn045243146book20020.01Furgang, KathyThe Declaration of Independence and Richard Henry Lee of VirginiaJuvenile worksProfiles the life of Richard Henry Lee and explains the role he played in the signing of the Declaration of Independence+-+0330048735621ocn009871297book19660.84The Lee family papers, 1742-1795HistoryArchivesRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsReproduces personal, political, commercial, and diplomatic correspondence, proceedings of the Secret Committee of the Continental Congress, financial papers, commercial records, the papers of Robert Morris and John Ross, miscellaneous pamphlets, and ms. writings by the Lees. Chiefly correspondence of Arthur Lee (1740-1792) concerning the American Revolution. Includes material on the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act of 1765, Cornwallis and the Siege of Yorktown. Other members of the family represented in the collection include Francis Lightfoot Lee (1734-1797), General Henry Lee (1729-1787), Philip Ludwell Lee (1730-1778), and William Lee of Green Spring (1739-1795)492ocn001867642book19000.93American Philosophical SocietyCalendar of the correspondence relating to the American RevolutionHistorySources451ocn004044630book19780.47Matthews, John CarterRichard Henry LeeBiography164ocn004099224book19650.93Bowers, Paul ChadwickRichard Henry Lee and the Continental Congress, 1774-1779113ocn636036130file18250.76Lee, Richard HenryMemoir of the life of Richard Henry Lee : and his correspondence with the most distinguished men in America and Europe, illustrative for their characters, and of the events of the American Revolution62ocn028986748book19920.81Virginia, Mary ElizabethRichard Henry Lee of Virginia a biography63ocn229188678book19700.59Lee, Richard HenryThe letters of Richard Henry LeeSources+-+246649079641ocn002512423book19641.00Bowers, Paul ChadwickRichard Henry Lee and the Continental Congress: 1744-177941ocn009430478book18460.47Lee, Charles CarterAn address on the life, character and eloquence of Richard Henry Lee, delivered before the R.H. Lee society of Richmond42ocn040908908book19980.27White, William ECharlatans, embezzlers, and murderers : revolution comes to Virginia 1765-1775History41ocn079449255mix1.00John Glassford and CompanyRecords of John Glassford and CompanyLedgers, journals, daybooks, inventories, cashbooks, and letterbooks of the various mercantile firms in Maryland and Virginia representing or succeeding the Glasgow, Scotland, firm of John Glassford and Company in the Chesapeake tobacco trade. Under the name Glassford and Company, the firm operated stores in Maryland at Baltimore, Bladensburg, Chaptico, Georgetown (later part of Washington, D.C.), Leonardtown, Lower Marlboro, Newport, Nottingham, Piscataway, Port Tobacco, and Upper Marlboro. Stores were operated in Alexandria and Colchester, Va., under the name Glassford, Henderson & Co., and at Dumfries and Norfolk, Va., under Glassford, Gordon, Monteath & Co. Successor and related firms represented include Boyle, Scott & Co.; Findlay, Hopkins & Co.; Henderson, Fergusson & Gibson; James Brown & Co.; James Gordon & Co.; Jamieson, Johnstone & Co.; Shortridge, Gordon & Co.; Thompson, Edelen & Company; and Vincent & Fergusson41ocn046852782book19950.73Mss1L51f, Lee family papers, 1638-1867, James City and Westmoreland counties, Virginia, also EnglandHistoryArchivesDiariesSourcesRecords and correspondenceThis collection comprises 684 items that are arranged in 165 sections by name of individual and type of document. The sections consist of letters, notes, petitions, answers, diaries, affidavits, accounts, addresses, observations, animadversions, laws, statutes etc., materials (e.g.) concerning the Church of England in Virginia, opinions, bills, acts, docket books, estate and legal papers, muniments, resolutions, correspondences, letterbooks, military papers, land papers, patents, deeds, leases, reports, charters and plats. Some of the persons mentioned are Philip Ludwell (b. ca. 1638), Governor Sir William Berkeley, Philip Ludwell (1672-1727), William Bassett (1671-1723), Nathaniel Blakiston (d. 1722), William Byrd (1674-1744), Stephen Fouace, Nathaniel Harrison (1677-1727), Richard Henry Lee (1732-1794), William Lee (1739-1795), and Henry Lee (1756-1818)33ocn037689623book19971.00McGaughy, J. KentA faction of one : Richard Henry Lee of Virginia31ocn006259559book19760.95Taylor, AnitaRichard Henry Lee : Rhetoric and rebellion32ocn310122297art2002Cox, James AThe man who moved independenceHistory33ocn020050092book19391.00Matthews, John CarterRichard Henry Lee and the American revolutionHistory+-+1857240135+-+1857240135Fri Mar 21 15:34:54 EDT 2014batch30268