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Fri Mar 21 17:06:50 2014 UTClccn-n500460140.00Washington Irving and his literary friends at Sunnyside0.701.00Pisateli Starogo I︠U︡ga : Dzhon Pendlton Kennedi, Uilʹi︠a︡m Gilmor Simms : monografii︠a︡ /15290449John_P._Kennedyn 5004601481162Ambrose, Paul, 1795-1870Citizen of Maryland, 1795-1870Kennedy, J. P., 1795-1870Kennedy, J. P. (John Pendleton), 1795-1870Kennedy, John P.Littleton, MarkLittleton, Mark, 1795-1870Man of the Times, 1795-1870Mephistopheles, 1795-1870Southern Man, 1795-1870lccn-n85072341Wirt, William1772-1834lccn-n80005162Ridgely, J. V.(Joseph Vincent)1921-lccn-n86035202Leisy, Ernest Erwin1887-othedtlccn-n81066173Bohner, Charles H.lccn-n85801330Tuckerman, Henry T.(Henry Theodore)1813-1871crelccn-n79068941MacKethan, Lucinda Hardwicklccn-n79047545United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Commercelccn-n83173967Baltimore, George CalvertBaron1580?-1632lccn-n50029216Hubbell, Jay B.(Jay Broadus)1885-1979edtnp-gwathmey, edward moseley$1891Gwathmey, Edward Moseley1891-Kennedy, John Pendleton1795-1870FictionHistorySourcesBiographyArchivesRecords and correspondenceHumorUnited StatesKennedy, John Pendleton,American Revolution (1775-1783)Political scienceVirginiaWirt, William,South CarolinaMarylandSecessionAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Plantation lifeTariffProtectionismSlaveryManners and customsAttorneys generalWhig Party (U.S.)Slave tradeAfrica, WestCommerceAfricaAmerican fictionAutographsAfrican Americans--ColonizationLiteratureBank of the United States (1816-1836)Banks and banking, Central--Law and legislationHistorical fiction, AmericanCaruthers, William Alexander,Families in literatureTucker, Nathaniel Beverley,Intellectual lifeDomestic fiction, AmericanNovelists, American--Homes and hauntsGreat BritainInternational relationsBaltimore, George Calvert,--Baron,Blacks--ColonizationCampaign literatureVirginia.--General Assembly.--House of BurgessesVested rightsBanking lawIngersoll, Charles Jared,Maryland--BaltimoreCivilizationIrving, Washington,Southern StatesUnited States.--Congress.--House.--Committee on CommercePaulding, James Kirke,Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,179518701812182018221830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818601861186218631864186518661867187018711872187618791883188718891893189418951896189718991900190119021904190519061907190819171925192619281929193119341937194019481949195419551956195719581959196019611962196519661967196819691970197119721973197419761977197819791982198419851986198719891990199419951997199819992000200220052006200720092010201120122013142993771038813.3PS2162ocn003756709ocn794647707ocn006389173ocn866816084ocn030501236ocn030140495ocn720525169ocn846680431ocn777861371ocn464915102163466ocn060714050book18490.79Kennedy, John PendletonMemoirs of the life of William Wirt, Attorney General of the United StatesBiographyRecords and correspondence159972ocn000991375book18320.73Kennedy, John PendletonSwallow barn; or, A sojourn in the Old DominionFiction+-+5778662535129690ocn000274484book18350.24Kennedy, John PendletonHorse-Shoe RobinsonHistoryFiction+-+186009589693767ocn000274488book18380.81Kennedy, John PendletonRob of the Bowl; a legend of St. Inigoe'sHistoryFiction+-+691759353554029ocn228669242file18350.88Kennedy, John PendletonHorse Shoe Robinson a tale of the Tory ascendencyHistoryFiction48928ocn642658687book18600.88Kennedy, John PendletonThe border states+-+303829906632447418ocn011173009book18650.76Kennedy, John PendletonMr. Ambrose's letters on the rebellionHistory38125ocn001128087book18400.92Kennedy, John PendletonQuodlibet: containing some annals thereofHumorA political satire on the Democratic Party2579ocn065255995com18300.92Kennedy, John PendletonA review of Mr. Cambreleng's report from the Committee of Commerce, in the House of Representatives, at the first session of the Twenty first Congress1746ocn006782007book18440.88Kennedy, John PendletonDefence of the Whigs1727ocn085790725book18430.79United StatesAfrican colonization--slave trade--commerce report of Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland, from the Committee on Commerce of the House of Representatives of the United States, on the memorial of the Friends of African Colonization, assembled in convention in the city of Washington, May, 1842 : to which is appended, a collection of the most interesting papers on the subject of African colonization, and the commerce, etc., of western Africa, together with all the diplomatic correspondence between the United States and Great Britain, on the subject of the African slave trade1628ocn011173035book18720.70Kennedy, John PendletonPolitical and official papers15411ocn006725646book18720.88Kennedy, John PendletonOccasional addresses and the Letters of Mr. Ambrose on the rebellion1536ocn011172984book19690.59Kennedy, John PendletonThe collected works, 1871-18721535ocn065273912file18420.90Kennedy, John PendletonLetter of J.P. Kennedy to his constituents, citizens of the fourth congressional district in the State of Maryland on the principles and value of the protective system1427ocn065259242file18360.92Kennedy, John PendletonStrictures on the letter of Charles J. Ingersoll, Esq touching the right of a legislature to repeal a charter : with an appendix, containing the letters of Mr. Ingersoll, of Mr. Dallas, Mr. Forward, and of Mr. Biddle, in illustration of the subject discussed14013ocn040766311book18450.90Kennedy, John PendletonDiscourse on the life and character of George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore:HistoryBiography1326ocn003756709book18640.86Kennedy, John PendletonAutograph leaves of our country's authors1276ocn001749863book18350.63Kennedy, John PendletonHorseshoe Robinson; a tale of the Tory Ascendency in South Carolina, in 1780HistoryFiction1257ocn006389173book19850.73VirginiaJournals of the House of burgesses of Virginia, 1619-[1776]HistorySources"The Journals of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1619-1776 are the official minutes of the lower house of the colonial Virginia legislature. Throughout the colonial period, the legislature met frequently but irregularly, with sessions lasting from a few days to several weeks; in some years, the legislature did not meet at all."--Section of book, pg. _ or v. _9244ocn000711988book19660.50Ridgely, J. VJohn Pendleton KennedyCriticism, interpretation, etc6173ocn000942244book19610.59Bohner, Charles HJohn Pendleton Kennedy, gentleman from Baltimore37212ocn017208464book18710.66Tuckerman, Henry TThe life of John Pendleton Kennedy1985ocn000294268book19310.84Gwathmey, Edward MJohn Pendleton KennedyPresents a biographical sketch of American novelist and politician John Pendleton Kennedy (1795-1870), whose pseudonym was Mark Littleton, provided online by Pete Anderson. Explains that Kennedy was an author, a patron of Edgar Allan Poe, and the creator of the Peabody Institute, which is an educational institution located in Baltimore, Maryland. Notes that Kennedy was active in politics and served as U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1852-1853)1364ocn006797947book18720.70Kennedy, John PendletonPolitical and official papers1101ocn049626385book20020.90Hare, John LWill the circle be unbroken? : family and sectionalism in the Virginia novels of Kennedy, Caruthers, and Tucker, 1830-1845Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+6206940695611ocn002515809book19690.59Kennedy, John PendletonThe collected works, 1871-1872322ocn003904910book19720.96Boles, John BA Guide to the microfilm edition of the John Pendleton Kennedy papers272ocn014106028book18710.96Massachusetts Historical SocietyTributes to the memory of Hon. John Pendleton Kennedy202ocn023679805book18700.97Holmes, Oliver WendellTributes to the memory of Hon. John Pendleton Kennedy141ocn021206990book19720.95Kennedy, John PendletonThe John Pendleton Kennedy papersHistoryArchivesSources91ocn028754790book18700.92Johns Hopkins UniversityProceedings of the Board of Trustees of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore : on the announcement of the death of Hon. John Pendleton Kennedy, late president of the Board91ocn013741618book18700.88Tributes to the memory of Hon. John Pendleton Kennedy72ocn232569167book19820.14Nineteenth-century literature criticism, v. 2Criticism, interpretation, etcContains alphabetically arranged entries that provide information about twenty-eight nineteenth-century writers; each with an introduction to the author and his/her works, a list of principal writings, and a selection of critical excerpts52ocn008094518book19650.86Walhout, ClarenceReligion in the thought and fiction of three ante-bellum southerners Kennedy, Caruthers and SimmsCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn794819840book20111.00Bashmakova, Louisa PPisateli Starogo I︠U︡ga : Dzhon Pendlton Kennedi, Uilʹi︠a︡m Gilmor Simms : monografii︠a︡Criticism, interpretation, etc31ocn489196114visu1864Schussele, ChristianWashington Irving and his literary friends at SunnysidePortraitsSubject: Image of a gathering of notable writers gathered in a room at Washington Irving's house, Sunnyside. Irving, seen at center, sits in a chair at the head of a table, surrounded by the thirteen other writers. Behind the table, curtains are open and reveal shelves of books. A bust of Shakespeare sits on the wall at right, and another sculpture and a painting are seen on the wall at left. A dog lies on the ground at left. At center, a piece of paper has fallen on the ground. Through the window, at right, a sailboat is seen in the water31ocn008276423mix18120.81Kennedy, John PendletonThe John Pendleton Kennedy papersHistorySourcesIncludes manuscript journals, letters, notebooks, scrapbooks and miscellaneous papers of Kennedy31ocn030428324book19171.00Campbell, KillisThe Kennedy papers21ocn039494785book19400.92Jackson, Katie LeeJohn Pendleton Kennedy as an interpreter of southern life and history+-+5778662535+-+5778662535Fri Mar 21 15:45:59 EDT 2014batch36575