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Holley, Horace 1781-1827

Overview
Works: 56 works in 127 publications in 1 language and 2,529 library holdings
Genres: Biographies  Eulogies  History  Sources 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E12, 378.1
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A discourse occasioned by the death of Col. James Morrison : delivered in the Episcopol church, Lexington, Kentucky, May 19th, 1823 by Horace Holley( )

16 editions published between 1823 and 2012 in English and held by 190 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A discourse on the genius and character of the Rev. Horace Holley, LL. D. : late president of Transylvania University by Charles Caldwell( )

9 editions published in 1828 in English and held by 128 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Understanding Depression explores the reality of the illness from the authors twin perspectives as a psychiatrist and as a family member who experienced the tragedy of depression firsthand. Using examples from her practice, she discusses the different type of depression, the kinds of people at risk, and the risk factors of suicide. Using understandable terms, she looks at the way the brain works, how the body communicates with it, and how in depression, as recent discoveries have shown, the process fails." "But understanding depression is only half the battle. Taking personal responsibility for fighting the beast is equally important. Treatment methods, discussed here, include various forms of psychotherapy, different classes of antidepressant medications, and the controversial subjects of "shock" treatment and involuntary treatment."--Jacket
Order of exercises at the installation of Rev. Horace Holley : in the meeting-house in Hollis Street, Boston, March 8, 1809( Book )

3 editions published between 1809 and 1977 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Two letters addressed to Horace Holley, L.L D., president of Transylvania University by Omega( Book )

1 edition published in 1824 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Report, on the Transylvania University, and lunatic asylum by Kentucky( Book )

1 edition published in 1824 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letter to Horace Holley by Thomas Jefferson( )

1 edition published in 1825 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jefferson writes to Holley, President of Transylvania College, concerning rules for discipline at the University of Virginia, mentioning the opening of the University of Virginia, and expressing hope for the sucess of the University of Transylvania
Letters by Edward Everett( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of Edward Everett, Massachusetts Congressman and Governor, Harvard University President, and Minister to the Court of St. James, include several letters to Joseph Gales and William Seaton requesting publication and clarification of statements made by Everett in Congress in their paper the National Intelligencer; a letter concerning the choice of Josiah Quincy and not Alexander H. Everett as Harvard's President in 1829; a letter protesting the Boston Atlas's criticism of Everett's antimasonic stance and his supposed support for the withdrawal of Henry Clay's candidacy for President; a letter agreeing to present to Congress a memorial against the Kansas-Nebraska bill; and letters concerning his lecture tours which benefited the Mt. Vernon preservation fund. Other correspondents are: James Austin, Daniel Dickinson, Horace Holley, Levi Lincoln, George Livermore, William Seward, and Charles Sumner
Papers by Horace Holley( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

128 holograph letters and signed items by Horace Holley, Mary Austin Holley, George Washington, John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Charles Caldwell, Henry Clay, Edward Everett, Daniel Webester, James Polk, Horace Greeley, James Madison, Dolly Madison, Robert Todd Lincoln and others on a variety of subjects. A scrapbook of printed items concerning Transylvania University beginning in 1818
Irving B. Holley collection of family papers by I. B Holley( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

An extensive collection of family papers gathered by I.B. Holley, Jr. in preparation for writing a four-volume family history. Papers represent five generations of the family, most of whom lived in Salisbury or Torrington, Connecticut, and Lyon, New York. The bulk of the early documents include correspondence, deeds, legal documents, bills and accounts, wills and estate records, and writings such as essays and letters to the editor. Luther Holley's papers include licenses to sell liquor, and a record book for the Society for Promotion of Good Morals (1814). Luther's son Newman Holley was a lawyer and justice of the peace, and these roles are reflected in his papers that include writs, summonses, executions, and probate records. Orville Holley, another son of Luther, was a newspaper editor in New York for such papers as the Troy Sentinel and the Western Repository. He also served as New York State Surveyor General. Among his correspondents were abolitionist and social reformer Gerrit Smith of New York and Joseph Carew, a sculptor, about a memorial medal and statue for Orville's brother Myron, the founder of the LIberty Party, an anti-Masonic advocate, and an avid abolitionist. Orville also corresponded with a variety of publishers and politicians including Jared Sparks, Thurlow Weed, Amos Eaton, Emma Willard, Elkanah Watson, and Jonathan D. Dickinson. Myron Holley corresponded with his brothers and those letters will be found under each individual brother. Another son of Luther, Horace Holley was a minister and he is represented by several sermons. Although not directly related to this family, both Alexander H. Holley and Alexander L. Holley are represented by printed biographies. Newman Holley's son Francis Newman Holley, had interests in manufacturing as illustrated by records of the Union Manufacturing Co. and Wolcottville Brass. Also of note are legal records for the Swastika Gold Mining Company. Ransom Holley, a son of Newman Holley, is represented by mining and military papers, diaries, and correspondence. His brother Frederick's estate papers and an account book with labor costs are part of the collection. Irving B. Holley, son of Edward Hotchkiss Holley, courted Mary Sharp for a number of years and their correspondence is contained in the collection, along with letters about Irving's trip to Europe in 1909, and his involvement in politics. Both Mary and Irving kept diaries, and Mary also gathered genealogical data on the Sharp and Holley families. Irving was active in the real estate business and at one time was in a partnership called Mascetti & Holley, a general contracting company, whose financial and legal records can be found in the collection. A significant number of letters were exchanged by Lillian Holley and Cecil Baker before and after their marriage, particularly when he was at sea with the Navy. Horace H. Holley's papers include material related to the Baha'i faith. Irving and Mary Holley had son Irving B. who became a noted historian at Duke University. He kept the family history, including mementos from his own childhood including camp, school and university papers, military records from his service in World War II, samples of his own children's artwork, his diaries, and most importantly, his correspondence with his wife Janet Carlson Holley. Of particular note is his small collection of Nazi propaganda. A large portion of his papers include notes on various family members, and drafts for his unpublished family history. Other family members included in the collection are Maria Coffing Holley Rudd, Edward O. Holley, Amos Wheeler, Louise Hotchkiss, Etta Sharp, Robert Holley, and Sarah and Myron Holley, children of Frederick Holley
Letter, 1824 September 6, Monticello, Va., to Orville Holley, Troy, N.Y by Horace Holley( )

1 edition published in 1824 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Describes Thomas Jefferson's plans for the architecture, governance, and course of studies at the University of Virginia
Governor's official correspondence file by Kentucky( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These are letters to and from Governor Joseph Desha documenting administrative activities of the chief executive. Significant topics include elections, local officials, fugitives from justice, taverns, robberies, and the penitentiary. Included is a letter to the governor from Horace Holley, president of Transylvania University, regarding conditions at the school. In addition, there are several letters from various people concerning the visit of the Marquis de LaFayette to Kentucky. Special reports to the governor include financial statements for the Bank of Kentucky and a furniture inventory of the Kentucky House of Representatives
Papers by Luther Holly( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspndence of merchant in Salisbury, Conn., with his sons Myron, Horace and Orville; includes comments on Myron Holley's activities as a member of the New York State legislature and an extract from the blue laws of Connecticut
Henry Clay letter by Henry Clay( )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter, from West Point, [New York], to Reverend Horace Holley, Lexington, Kentucky- Regret upon learning of Holley's intention to resign from presidency of Transylvania university- thanks from an old student and tribute to achievement, request for a course in history and polite literature
Dr. Horace Holley at Monticello [letter, 1824] by Horace Holley( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Governor's official correspondence file by Kentucky( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These are incoming letters to Governor John Adair which document administrative activities of the chief executive. Included is a report from Horace Holley, president of Transylvania University, to the Board of Trustees, concerning the condition of the school
Correspondence, 1800-46 by Mary Austin Holley( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence between Holley and her husband, Dr. Horace Holley, and other members of her family, reflecting life in Boston, Mass., Lexington, Ky., and New Orleans, La., during the early 19th century
 
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Alternative Names
Horace Holley American minister

Horace Holley Amerikaans politicus (1781-1827)

Horace Holley (minister)

Horace Holley ministir Meiriceánach

Horace Holley políticu estauxunidense (1781–1827)

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English (106)