CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 4 Folder: 1 Item: 1

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  • Notebook, ca. 1855-1860, inscribed on cover ''T.W. Brevard,'' containing writings and speeches on government, politics, philosophy, law, and jurisprudence. Contains: ''Is increase of Knowledge increase of happiness'' (3 pp.); ''Anniversary of the Birthday of Washington'' (speech, 3 pp.); ''That which was is, that which is will be'' (6 pp.); ''Speech delivered during the Canvass of 1856'' (12 pp., incomplete); notes and thoughts on political parties and candidates (2 pp.); ''Written in August 1860'' (34 pp.); notes, names, and figures (6 pp.); ''Political Data etc.'' (1 p.); ''Political predjudice upon the Jury'' and notes and thoughts on law and jurisprudence (15 pp.); ''Collinson's Bill'' (1 p.); thoughts on court appointment of receivers (2 pp.); notes for speech commemorating the Civil War (4 pp.); notes, mostly penciled (for speech?), on the war, politics, and Horace Greeley (7 pp.); more notes and thoughts on law and jurisprudence (3 pp.); notes for a court case (1 p.); thoughts on post-war race relations in the South (3 pp.); ''Thoughts,'' including quotes, on various topics (9 pp.); ''Know Nothingism'' (1 p.); more notes and figures (2 pp.); draft of contract ''between T. W. Brevard and the undersigned labourers'' (2 pp.); titles of readings (3 pp.); thoughts on politics (2 pp., unbound fragment); and thoughts on jurisprudence (1 p., unbound fragment).

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  • CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued)

Folder Description

  • Notebook, ca. 1855-1860, inscribed on cover ''T.W. Brevard,'' containing writings and speeches on government, politics, philosophy, law, and jurisprudence. Contains: ''Is increase of Knowledge increase of happiness'' (3 pp.); ''Anniversary of the Birthday of Washington'' (speech, 3 pp.); ''That which was is, that which is will be'' (6 pp.); ''Speech delivered during the Canvass of 1856'' (12 pp., incomplete); notes and thoughts on political parties and candidates (2 pp.); ''Written in August 1860'' (34 pp.); notes, names, and figures (6 pp.); ''Political Data etc.'' (1 p.); ''Political predjudice upon the Jury'' and notes and thoughts on law and jurisprudence (15 pp.); ''Collinson's Bill'' (1 p.); thoughts on court appointment of receivers (2 pp.); notes for speech commemorating the Civil War (4 pp.); notes, mostly penciled (for speech?), on the war, politics, and Horace Greeley (7 pp.); more notes and thoughts on law and jurisprudence (3 pp.); notes for a court case (1 p.); thoughts on post-war race relations in the South (3 pp.); ''Thoughts,'' including quotes, on various topics (9 pp.); ''Know Nothingism'' (1 p.); more notes and figures (2 pp.); draft of contract ''between T. W. Brevard and the undersigned labourers'' (2 pp.); titles of readings (3 pp.); thoughts on politics (2 pp., unbound fragment); and thoughts on jurisprudence (1 p., unbound fragment).