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Fri Mar 21 17:14:17 2014 UTClccn-n882586500.00The Intellectual and Moral Resources of Horticulture. An anniversary discourse, pronounced before the New York Horticultural Society ... Third edition0.671.00Frederick W. Schroeder diary,72960688n 882586502444855Schroeder, John Fredericklccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799illlccn-n50042414Lossing, Benson John1813-1891lccn-no92032584Towne, E. C.(Edward Cornelius)1834-1911lccn-n79058456Episcopal Churchlccn-n50005865Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Unionlccn-n87885439Hobart, John Henry1775-1830nc-trinity church new york n y$vestryTrinity Church (New York, N.Y.).Vestrylccn-n86862467New York Dispensarylccn-n86018269Horticultural Society of New Yorklccn-n86096838Trinity Church (New York, N.Y.)Schroeder, John Frederick1800-1857QuotationsSermonsBiographyHistoryWashington, George,Episcopal ChurchNew York (State)--New YorkQuotations, AmericanClergyChurch politySchroeder, John Frederick,Hobart, John Henry,Sermons, AmericanHorticulturistsSpeeches, addresses, etcHorticultureMaximsPoor--Hospital careNew York DispensaryCharities, MedicalDispensariesBishopsTrinity Church (New York, N.Y.).--St. Paul's ChapelAnniversariesChurch controversiesSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanHorticultural Society of New YorkFuneral sermonsUnited StatesMason familyPresidentsAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)CharitiesTrinity Church (New York, N.Y.)Boardman familyWhiting familyDeath--Religious aspects--ChristianityNew-York Protestant Episcopal Sunday School SocietyThanksgiving Day addressesProvidence and government of GodUnited States Exploring ExpeditionManners and customsReligious thoughtStockton, Robert Field,Latin AmericaStudentsTravelNew EnglandSuicideKearny, Stephen Watts,Dewey, Orville,Forbes, R. B.--(Robert Bennet),Roberts, Edmund,Foltz, Jonathan Messersmith,1800185718251828183018311832183318351836183818391840184118491851185418551857185818591878187918831894189619031909194219471951195319731974197619891995199719992002200520122013215855153923.1E312ocn000479120ocn009147729ocn001399062ocn002779463ocn003867783ocn729488855ocn729488901ocn020055037ocn820683398ocn468799653ocn316806310ocn191324861ocn082561632ocn86559169767525ocn000425984book18570.59Schroeder, John FrederickLife and times of WashingtonHistoryBiography52530ocn000479120book18540.47Washington, GeorgeMaxims of Washington, political, social, moral, and religiousQuotationsCollected and arranged by John Frederick Schroeder, D.D. With an introduction by Gerald R. Ford. Includes index and bibliography1495ocn733089280com18310.86Schroeder, John FrederickMemorial of Bishop Hobart a collection of sermons on the death of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, with a memoir of his life and writingsBiographySermons1146ocn795889960file18280.92Schroeder, John FrederickThe intellectual and moral resources of horticulture an anniversary discourse pronounced before the New-York Horticultural Society at the annual celebration, August 26, 18281124ocn795892431file18300.93Schroeder, John FrederickPlea for the industrious poor and strangers, in sickness an address delivered at the opening of an edifice erected by the trustees of the New-York Dispensary, January 11, 1830 : exhibiting a view of the objects of the institution, its plan, resources, history and peculiar claims to public and private benefactions1045ocn659109967com18250.92Schroeder, John FrederickA discourse delivered in Trinity Church, New-York, on Thursday, November 24, 1825 (The day of general thanksgiving throughout the state.)Sermons578ocn007341557book18490.56Schroeder, John FrederickMemoir of the life and character of Mrs. Mary Anna Boardman : with a historical account of her forefathers, and biographical and genealogical notices of many of her kindred and relativesMary Anna Whiting (1767-1848) was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts and married Elijah Boardman in 1792. They settled at New Milford, Connecticut. Descendants and ancestors lived chiefly in Connecticut and Massachusetts547ocn085801372com18300.86Schroeder, John FrederickThe great man in Israel a discourse on the character of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D. ...Sermons243ocn005950141book18570.90Schroeder, John FrederickWashington und die helden der RevolutionHistoryBiography192ocn022722614book18300.94Schroeder, John FrederickThe great man in Israel a discourse on the character of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D., delivered in Trinity Church, and St. Paul's and St. John's Chapels, in the city of New-York, September, A.D., MDCCCXXX [1830]131ocn703958784file20050.53Schroeder, John FrederickLife and Times of Washington, Volume 2 Revised, Enlarged, and Enriched92ocn038533562book18390.95Schroeder, John FrederickLetter to the members of the congregations of the Parish of Trinity Church : with an appendix81ocn024854173book18410.96Schroeder, John FrederickReligion and the state ... oration at St. Paul's College, College Point, N.Y., July 5, 184152ocn729488901com19090.73Washington, GeorgeMaximus of Washington; comp. for use in schools, libraries, and all American homes41ocn077639886book18280.06Schroeder, John FrederickDeath, judgment, and eternity : a sermon for children, preached in St. Paul's Chapel, in the city of New-York, on Wednesday April 9th. 1828, being the eleventh anniversary, of The New-York Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Society43ocn504218747book1838Schroeder, John FrederickThe Intellectual and Moral Resources of Horticulture. An anniversary discourse, pronounced before the New York Horticultural Society ... Third edition31ocn082561632book0.96Cicero, Marcus TulliusPhilosophische schriften32ocn458873069book18570.10Schroeder, John FrederickLife and times of Washington containing a particular account of national principles and events... Vol. II21ocn504634212book1855Washington, GeorgeMaxims of Washington ... political, moral, social, and religious. Collected and arranged by J. F. Schroeder. Third edition21ocn504218772book1831Schroeder, John FrederickMemorial of Bishop Hobart. A collection of sermons on the death of ... J.H. Hobart ... With a memoir of his life and writings. [Edited by J.F. Schroeder.]942ocn423608889com18390.90Schroeder, John FrederickLetter to the members of the congregations of the parish of the Trinity Church872ocn795889855com18390.90Trinity Church (New York, N.Y.)Remarks of the committee of St. Paul's congregation upon the report of the committee of the vestry of Trinity Parish and upon the decision of the vestry on the memorial of the pewholders and worshippers of St. Paul's Chapel, praying that said chapel may be set apart as a separate church474ocn001399062book18550.47Washington, GeorgeMaxims of Washington, political, social, moral, and religiousQuotationsCollected and arranged by John Frederick Schroeder, D.D. With an introduction by Gerald R. Ford. Includes index and bibliography61ocn012208060book18390.90A Brief statement touching the Rev. Dr. Schroeder's late publication entitled "Documents concerning recent measures of the vestry of Trinity Church in the city of New-York"11ocn191259783bookSchroeder, John FrederickThis diary consists of approximately three hundrend thirty-three pages of small but very legible handwriting. The entries begin 13 October 1848, when Schroeder was in his senior year at Columbia, and the regular entries end 12 August 1851, after the end of Schroeder's second year at the seminary. In the diaries Schroeder describes his daily activities, including household and family events, in minute detail. Topics include his studies and other reading, visits with friends and family, and occasional comments on current events. Schroeder was very interested in chess, and frequently mentions playing games of chess, reading books on the subject, and studying problems. There is also much religious reflection11ocn085778254mix1.00Ticknor, BenajahBenajah Ticknor papersHistoryJournals, letterbook, medical notes, correspondence, and essays of Benajah Ticknor, doctor and surgeon with the U.S. Navy. Of primary importance are the journals which describe journeys made by Ticknor with the Navy to South America, the Far East, and Europe11ocn035749328mix1.00Schroeder, Frederick WFrederick W. Schroeder diaryDiariesThe diary covers several interrupted periods: one volume (14 October-17 December 1844) and recopied loose pages, with some duplicate entries ([12] June-2 July 1846, 7 April-4 May 1849, 21 May-26 November 1852). Schroeder recounts his daily activities and studies with the girls at St. Ann's Hall, his ordination, and visits to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Ohio, and Manhasset, Saratoga, and New York City, N.Y. He mentions female students, Boardman family relatives, and visitors by name and the scandal involving Bishop Benjamin T. Onderdonk11ocn055707536art18830.10New England Historic Genealogical SocietyJohn Frederick SchroederBiographyFri Mar 21 15:54:07 EDT 2014batch18586