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Wright Black Church Studies Center in the library and a full-time curator for the center.
replied: "They might have gone into a very lengthy enumeration of rights; they might have declared that a man should have a right to wear his hat if he pleased; that he might get up when he pleased, and go to bed when he thought proper, but [I] would ask the gentleman whether he thought it necessary to enter these trifles in a declaration of rights, under a government where none of them were intended to be infringed." By what principles do you determine what rights are neither trifles nor enumerated?
Ambassador Theodore Sedgwick
led tours of high-level visitors and performed with his band, Diplomatic Immunity, drawing onlookers who heard the music from the nearby public square.
Ambassador to Slovakia is Theodore Sedgwick
; other principal embassy officials are listed in the Department's Key Officers List.
After spending 30 years as a slave in the household of Colonel John Ashley of Sheffield, Mass., Mumbet hired lawyer Theodore Sedgwick
, to sue for her freedom in court.
The American politician Theodore Sedgwick
visited three palaces in Holborn in 1836 and in each he saw customers going 'in at one door and out at another'.
Crossing from publishing to public service seems genetic for Sedgwick, whose great-great grandfather was Theodore Sedgwick
(1746-1813), a member of the Continental Congress who served in the U.S.
The first chapter provides background on Theodore Sedgwick
and his wife, Pamela Dwight Sedgwick, who bore ten children.
In 1781, after being hit on the head with a shovel by Ashley's wife, Alice, Elizabeth appealed to Theodore Sedgwick
(a renowned lawyer) for her release from slavery.
Although historians have used them to examine single individuals such as Federalist politician Theodore Sedgwick
or novelist Catharine Sedgwick, few have made full use of this remarkable collection.
Sedgwick's father, Theodore Sedgwick
, was Speaker of the US House of Representatives and a US Senator.
, another self-made lawyer who hailed from the Berkshires and represented Massachusetts in both House and Senate, fares even worse in Ferling's account.