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Memoir of the Northern Kingdom , Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes, LL.D. and Hon. Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in six letters to his son

Memoir of the Northern Kingdom , Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes,... N OTES AND D OCUMENTS Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes, LL.D. and Hon. Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in six letters to his son. ``Olim meminisse juvabit.'' 1 Now First Published, Quebeck, A.D. 1901.2 SALVS · PVBLICA · MEA · MERCES.3 This document was edited by Ed White to accompany his article on pp. 179­ 199. 1. Olim meminisse juvabit: from Virgil's Aeneid, 1.203, ``Forsans et haec olim meminisse juvabit.'' Caleb Alexander's 1796 translation (the first in the new United States) renders this line: ``And, perhaps, it will please us to remember hereafter these woes'' (Alexander, The Works of Virgil: Translated into Literal English Prose; with some Explanatory Notes, Worcester, 1796, 179). 2. This minimal publication information appeared on the original title page, although the work appeared in late 1808, and has been attributed to Farrand and Mallory of Boston. The first notice I have been able to find appears in the Nov. 21, 1808 Independent Chronicle (Boston), which notes that the work was ``just received at the Law Book-store, Suffolk-Building, price 25 cents.'' Newspaper notices continued to appear throughout New England and New York for http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Early Republic University of Pennsylvania Press

Memoir of the Northern Kingdom , Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes, LL.D. and Hon. Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in six letters to his son

Journal of the Early Republic , Volume 30 (2) – Apr 28, 2010

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N OTES AND D OCUMENTS Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes, LL.D. and Hon. Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in six letters to his son. ``Olim meminisse juvabit.'' 1 Now First Published, Quebeck, A.D. 1901.2 SALVS · PVBLICA · MEA · MERCES.3 This document was edited by Ed White to accompany his article on pp. 179­ 199. 1. Olim meminisse juvabit: from Virgil's Aeneid, 1.203, ``Forsans et haec olim meminisse juvabit.'' Caleb Alexander's 1796 translation (the first in the new United States) renders this line: ``And, perhaps, it will please us to remember hereafter these woes'' (Alexander, The Works of Virgil: Translated into Literal English Prose; with some Explanatory Notes, Worcester, 1796, 179). 2. This minimal publication information appeared on the original title page, although the work appeared in late 1808, and has been attributed to Farrand and Mallory of Boston. The first notice I have been able to find appears in the Nov. 21, 1808 Independent Chronicle (Boston), which notes that the work was ``just received at the Law Book-store, Suffolk-Building, price 25 cents.'' Newspaper notices continued to appear throughout New England and New York for

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Published: Apr 28, 2010

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