Search Result: "virginia"

I hope to work out a more impressive search engine one of these days, but this will do the trick for now. Note that some entries may appear more than once: for instance, when they're found in both a regular page and the What's New page. Send comments and questions to jlynch@andromeda.rutgers.edu.

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  • The Salem Witchcraft Papers: Complete 1692 Salem Witchcraft Papers and Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706 (Virginia)
  • Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706 (Virginia)
  • Virginia Declaration of Rights (Virginia)
  • The Second Part of the South Sea Bubble (1721) (Virginia)
  • The Sorrows of Yamba, or The Negro Woman's Lamentation (Virginia)
  • Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New-Jersey on Slavery (Virginia)
  • Peter Bestes and three other slaves, Letter: Boston, April 20th
  • A Narrative of the Uncommon Sufferings, and Surprizing Deliverance of Brinton Hammon, a Negro Man
  • The Sorrows of Yamba or The Negro Woman's Lamentation (Virginia)
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    Renaissance and Baroque Architecture (C. W. Westfall, Virginia)
    Supplementary material on a course on early modern architecture. Thumbnails lead to clear JPEG photographs.
    Monticello
    Visitors' guide to Jefferson's house in Virginia. Very small graphics.

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  • The Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, with a Memoir by Lucy Aikin (1825) (Virginia)
  • The City Heiress (1682) (Virginia)
  • The History of Lady Julia Mandeville (1765) (Virginia)
  • Fragment of a Journal, AMS, dated 1801 March 9-10 (Virginia)
  • Letter to John Hall, Philadelphia, November 21, 1806 (Virginia)
  • Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist (1803-1805) (Virginia)
  • Wieland, or the Transformation (1798) (Virginia)
  • Dr. Johnson and Fanny Burney (Virginia)
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  • An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Volume I and Volume II (Virginia)
  • Diary and Notes of Louisiana Barraud Cocke (1819-1820) (Virginia)
  • The Coleridge Archive (Virginia)
  • Lyrical Ballads (Virginia)
  • Six Books of Plants (1689) (Virginia)
  • The Snail (Virginia)
  • Letters From an American Farmer (Virginia)
  • Poetical Sketches (1795) (Virginia)
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  • The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Virginia)
  • Robinson Crusoe (Virginia)
  • Nereides: or Sea-Eclogues (1712) (Virginia Tech)
  • Discourse on the Currencies of the American Plantations (1740) (Virginia)
  • "Postscript to the Discourse" (1740) (Virginia)
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  • "Virginia" = The Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia
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  • The Autobiography (Virginia)
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  • The Deserted Village (1770) (Virginia)
  • The Vicar of Wakefield (1766) (Virginia)
  • The Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1774) (Virginia)
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  • An Address to the Negroes in the State of New-York (1787) (Virginia)
  • The War Inevitable (Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death) (1775) (Virginia)
    A match on http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/history.html:

    Past Portal (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)
    An impressive and growing archive of page images of 18th-c. American newspapers and books, including the full run of the Virginia Gazette (1736-1780).
    The Plymouth Colony Archive Project (Christopher Fennell, Virginia)
    Extensive information on late 17th-c. Plymouth Colony.
    Witchcraft in Salem Village (Richard Trask, Virginia)
    Extensive archive on the 1692 trials.
    The Leslie Brock Center for the Study of Colonial Currency (Virginia)
    Useful primary and secondary documents on early American currency.
    Exploring the West from Monticello: An Exhibition of Maps and Navigational Instruments (Virginia)
    Includes a number of 18th-c. maps.
    DPLS Archive: Slave Movement During the 18th and 19th Centuries (Wisconsin)
    "This site provides access to the raw data and documentation which contains information on the following slave trade topics from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: records of slave ship movement between Africa and the Americas, slave ships of eighteenth century France, slave trade to Rio de Janeiro, Virginia slave trade in the eighteenth century, English slave trade (House of Lords Survey), Angola slave trade in the eighteenth century, internal slave trade to Rio de Janeiro, slave trade to Havana, Cuba, Nantes slave trade in the eighteenth century, and slave trade to Jamaica."
    Virginia
    Colonial Records Project
    Index of digital facsimiles of documents on early Virginia.
    Early Virginia Religious Petitions (Library of Congress)
    Images of more than 400 petitions submitted to the Virginia legislature from 1774 to 1802.
    Comprehensive bibliographies of works on Jefferson from 1826 to 1990. Invaluable.
    Thomas Jefferson Online Resources at the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center
    An overview of Virginia's resources on their founder.
    Thomas Jefferson on Politics & Government (Eyler Robert Coates, Virginia)
    Quotations from Jefferson with a strong Libertarian bent.
    Papers of James Madison (Virginia)
    Short biography, bibliography, and discussion of the publication project.
    William Penn, Visionary Proprietor (Tuomi J. Forrest, Virginia)
    Brief introduction to Penn's life.
    George Washington Papers (Virginia)
    Information on the publishing project, with selected documents, essays, and an index of the published volumes.
    Col. Washington's Frontier Forts Association
    Information on a number of forts and battlefields from the early part of the French and Indian War in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia.
    Fort Edwards Colonial Archaeological Site
    Information on the history of the West Virginia site in the French and Indian War, with information on the current visitors' center.

    A match on http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/homepage.html:

  • Frank E. Grizzard, Jr. (Virginia)
  • Jerome J. McGann (Virginia)
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  • An Act Establishing the University (Virginia)
  • Letter from Thomas Jefferson to W. W. Woodward (1810) (Virginia)
  • Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Thomas (1817) (Virginia)
  • Notes on the State of Virginia:
  • Notes on the State of Virginia (Part 1) (1781) (Liberty Fund — PDF)
  • Notes on the State of Virginia (Part 2) (1781) (Liberty Fund — PDF)
  • Notes on the State of Virginia (Virginia)
  • Report of the Commissioners for the University (Virginia)
  • A Summary View of the Rights of British America (Virginia)
  • The Rambler and The Adventurer (Virginia) — Selections.
  • The Rambler (1750-1752) (Virginia) — Selections.
  • Dr. Johnson and Fanny Burney (1842) (Virginia)
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  • The Life of Harriot Stuart, Written by Herself (1750) (Virginia)
  • Journal of a Residence among the Negroes in the West Indies (Virginia)
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    A Dictionary of Sensibility (Corey Brady, Virginia Cope, Michael Millner, Ana Mitric, Kent Puckett, and Daniel Siegel)
    Class project from a course on "The Novel of Sensibility." Includes primary and secondary bibliographies along with short essays serving to define terms such as "benevolence," "character," "virtue," "sense," and "imagination."
    English Poetry 1780-1910
    Hypertext editions of English poems at Virginia — Very well edited, although the catalogue is very small now.
    A companion to her similar bibliography for the Gentleman's Magazine. A searchable list of over 2,000 attributions of anonymous or pseudonymous contributions to the eighty-nine volumes of the magazine. Thoroughly scholarly: O si sic omnes!
    Three searchable databases: "An electronic version of James M. Kuist's The Nichols File of the Gentleman's Magazine," "Attributions of authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868: A Supplement to Kuist," and "A synthesis of finds appearing neither in Kuist's Nichols File nor in de Montluzin's A Supplement to Kuist."
    The Gothic: Materials for Study (McGann and Spacks, Virginia)
    One of two class projects from a course called "The Novel of Sensibility." Discussions of Gothic psychology, female Gothic, the supernatural, and Gothic drama. Includes an annotated bibliography of several dozen secondary items, most published since the seventies.
    The most important (and impressive) Blake resource on the Web. Superb reproductions of Blake's engravings and careful transcriptions of his text, with new works and copies of works added regularly. O si sic omnes!
    An important and extensive archive, mostly of primary texts, but also with chronologies, recommended reading, a glossary, &c.
    The Abraham Cowley Text and Image Archive (Daniel Kinney, Virginia)
    "This archive has been gathered to illuminate Cowley's engagements with various registers of visual imagery and with the complex material culture it did, and still does, much to shape." Centered on the Plantarum libri sex. Two complete texts and dozens of relevant page images — some from Cowley's works, others from books and paintings that may have influenced or inspired Cowley.

    A match on http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/m.html:

  • The Papers of James Madison (Virginia)
  • Miscellaneous Poems (Virginia)
  • Paradise Lost (1667) (Virginia)
  • Paradise Lost (ten-book version, 1667) (Virginia)
  • L'Avare (Virginia)
  • Dom Juan, ou le festin de pierre (Virginia)
  • Tartuffe, ou l'imposteur (Virginia)
  • Prose and Poetry (Virginia)
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    Col. Washington's Frontier Forts Association
    Information on a number of forts and battlefields from the early part of the French and Indian War in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia.
    Fort Edwards Colonial Archaeological Site
    Information on the history of the West Virginia site in the French and Indian War, with information on the current visitors' center.
  • Notes on the State of Virginia (Part 1) (1781) (Liberty Fund — PDF)
  • Notes on the State of Virginia (Part 2) (1781) (Liberty Fund — PDF)
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    U-1596-A | Notes on the state of Virginia. [SGML-tagged


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  • Common Sense (Virginia)
  • Some Fruits of Solitude (Virginia)
  • Richard Polwhele, The Unsex'd Females (1798) (Virginia)
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  • The Virginia Report of 1799-1800, Touching the Alien and Sedition Laws (Constitution.org)
  • Sappho and Phaon (1796) (Virginia)
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  • Paul and Virginia (Gutenberg)
  • Ivanhoe. A Romance (Virginia)
  • Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft (Virginia)
  • Sonnet to the Rev. Richard Polwhele (Virginia)
  • Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (Virginia)
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    Eric's Treasure Trove of Scientific Biography (Virginia)
    Brief biographical sketches for hundreds of scientists and mathematicians, including some portraits. Requires frames.

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  • Adam Potkay (College of William and Mary, Virginia), 'Johnson and Hume'
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  • Candide ou l'optimisme (French; Virginia)
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  • An Elegy to Dr. Samuel Cooper (Virginia)
  • An Elegy, Sacred to the Memory of Dr Cooper (1783) (Virginia)
  • Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman (Virginia)
  • The Journal of John Woolman (Virginia)
  • Lyrical Ballads (first Bristol imprint; Virginia)
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