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Title The Life of John Lothrop Motley
Author J. Guberman
Publisher Springer
Release 2012-12-06
Category History
Total Pages 155
ISBN 9401509913
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The life of John Lothrop Motley is a subject that has been too long ignored by biographers. Certainly, he is one of our most distinguished authors and, in the opinion of this writer, he can be fairly ranked in eminence to the historian of the Mexican Conquest, William H. Pres cott. To a large extent, Motley's adult life revolved around some of the most important and curious scenes of American history, particularly the Civil War. During this time he held the post of an Ambassador of the United States, and, by his individual efforts, aided substantially the Federal war effort. It is chiefly, however, as an Historian that Motley deserves to be recommended to the attention of the public. Motley's theme was the struggle for national and individual human liberty, which, as he conceived it, was the greatest of human blessings. The story of The Rise of The Dutch Republic, against one of the greatest tyrannies, both political and religious, ever exercised by men over men, is not only one the great stories of history, but reflects perfectly Motley's own high of aspirations for his fellow-man.

Title The Correspondence of John Lothrop Motley
Author John Lothrop Motley
Publisher
Release 1889
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title John Lothrop Motley
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Release 1872
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Total Pages 256
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John Lothrop Motley Complete by Oliver Wendell Holmes

Title John Lothrop Motley Complete
Author Oliver Wendell Holmes
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release 2020-07-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 184
ISBN 3752300973
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reproduction of the original: John Lothrop Motley Complete by Oliver Wendell Holmes

John Lothrop Motley by Oliver Wendell Holmes

Title John Lothrop Motley
Author Oliver Wendell Holmes
Publisher
Release 1878
Category Historians
Total Pages 275
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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John Lothrop Motley and His Family by John Lothrop Motley

Title John Lothrop Motley and His Family
Author John Lothrop Motley
Publisher
Release 1910
Category Historians
Total Pages 321
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The second child of Thomas Motley and Anna Lothrop [daughter of Rev. John Lothrop and Elizabeth Checkley] was John Lothrop Motley, born in Dorchester, now part of Boston, 15th April 1814. ... [He] married on the 2nd March 1837. His wife was Mary, daughter of Mr. Park Benjamin."--P. 9. Their early married life " was passed partly in Boston, but principally at a cottage built for them by Mr. Thomas Motley on his estate of Riverdale near Boston."--P. 19. John Lothrop Motley began his government service as Secretary of Legation at St. Petersburg. He was later appointed by President Abraham Lincoln to serve as United States Minister to the Court of Austria in 1861. His career also included service in England and the Netherlands. His diplomatic contacts were numerous. Mary Motley died in 1874. John Lothrop Motley died at the home of " ... his daughter, Mrs. Sheridan, at Kingston Russell House, Dorsetshire"--P. 301 on 29 May, 1877. "My father's descendants, his grandchildren and great grandchildren are all English."--Pref. as stated by Susan St. John Mildmay, daughter of John Lothrop and Mary Benjamin Motley. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, England and elsewhere.

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