Manuscript Collection

An Address on the Character and Objects of Science: And, Especially, The Influence Of The Reformation On The Science And Literature, Past, Present And Future, of Protestant Nations: Delivered In The First Presbyterian Church, On Wednesday The 9th of May, Being The Anniversary Of The Literary And Philosophical Society Of South Carolina - Accession 1321 - M658 (712)

Title

An Address on the Character and Objects of Science: And, Especially, The Influence Of The Reformation On The Science And Literature, Past, Present And Future, of Protestant Nations: Delivered In The First Presbyterian Church, On Wednesday The 9th of May, Being The Anniversary Of The Literary And Philosophical Society Of South Carolina - Accession 1321 - M658 (712)

Files

Identifier

Accession 1321 - M658 (712)

Inclusive Dates

1827

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

21 pieces

Language

English;

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of a publication titled, An Address on the Character and Objects of Science: And, Especially, The Influence Of The Reformation On The Science And Literature, Past, Present And Future, of Protestant Nations: Delivered In The First Presbyterian Church, On Wednesday The 9th of May, Being The Anniversary Of The Literary And Philosophical Society Of South Carolina by Thomas S. Grimke and published by A. E. Miller in Charleston, SC in 1827. This publication covers the effect of The Reformation on science and literature. Grimke (1786-1834) was an attorney, author, orator, social activist, and served in the South Carolina State Senate from 1826-1830.

Provenance

Transferred from Special Collections.

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

An Address on the Character and Objects of Science: And, Especially, The Influence Of The Reformation On The Science And Literature, Past, Present And Future, of Protestant Nations: Delivered In The First Presbyterian Church, On Wednesday The 9th of May, Being The Anniversary Of The Literary And Philosophical Society Of South Carolina - Accession 1321 - M658 (712)

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