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Diman 1831-1881 studied in Germany with Trendelenburg and Ulrici, among others, and was an influential professor of history and political economy at Brown. DIETZEN, JOSEPH. Some of the Philosophical Essays on Socialism and Science, Religion, Ethics, Critique-of-Reason and the World-at-Large. Translated by M. Beer & Th. Rothstein. He was educated at the university of his native city 1867‑71 and, after being chaplain in Kitzingen 1871‑73 and subdirector of a school for boys in Wiirzburg 1873‑79, was in 1879 appointed asso­ciate professor of moral and pastoral theology in the university of the same city. Oration delivered before the City Council and Citizens of Boston, on the One Hundred and Eleventh Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence, July 4, 1887 Foster, John W. Annexation of Hawaii, The. An Address Delivered before the National Geographic Society, at Washington, D. C. March 26, 1897 Fowler, Charles N. Many 4th of July celebrations took place in American commercial gardens. A public pleasure garden was a privately owned as opposed to governmentally owned ornamental ground or piece of land, open to the public as a resort or amusement area, and operated as a business.

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