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Seven Republican senators – William Pitt Fessenden, Joseph S. Fowler, John B. Henderson, Lyman Trumbull, Peter G. Van Winkle and notably Senators Grimes and Ross played a decisive role ; purportedly disturbed by how the proceedings had been manipulated to give a one-sided presentation of the evidence, they voted against conviction, in defiance of their party and public opinion.
Contemporary scholars and patriots such as Noah Webster, John Trumbull, and Joel Barlow were instrumental in securing the passage of these statutes.
Image: Alexander Hamilton portrait by John Trumbull 1806. jpg | Alexander Hamilton, Founding Father and the first United States Secretary of the Treasury, Columbia College
* The Anarchiad by David Humphreys, Joel Barlow, John Trumbull, and Lemuel Hopkins ( 1786 – 87 )
General George Washington at Trenton by John Trumbull, Yale University Art Gallery ( 1792 ).
General ( United States ) | General George Washington Resigning His Commission by John Trumbull, Capitol Rotunda ( commissioned 1817 )
John Trumbull ’ s Declaration of Independence had won popular acclaim in 1820.
British general John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga ( 1777 ), painting by John Trumbull 1822
The paintings on the west side are by John Trumbull: Declaration of Independence, Surrender of General Burgoyne, Surrender of Lord Cornwallis, and General George Washington Resigning His Commission.
A portrait of Alexander Hamilton by John Trumbull, 1806.
* June 6 – John Trumbull, American painter ( d. 1843 )
Surrender of Cornwallis to French ( left ) and American ( right ) troops, at the Siege of Yorktown in 1781, by John Trumbull.
In 1662, Stratford selectmen Lt. Joseph Judson, Captain Joseph Hawley and John Minor had secured all the written deeds of transfer from the Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Nation for this vast territory that comprises the present-day towns of Trumbull, Shelton and Monroe.
* John Trumbull ( 1750 – 1831 ), American political satirist and poet, was born in Watertown.
Trumbull's children were also influential in the war effort: Joseph Trumbull was a colonel in the Continental Army, Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. was secretary to George Washington, and John Trumbull served first as a soldier and then as Washington's personal aide during the war.
* John Trumbull ( 1756 – 1843 ), American neo-classical painter, famous for artwork in the US Capitol, and the artwork on the back of the two dollar bill, Son of Jonathon Trumbull, Sr.
* Museums such as National Packard Museum, the John Stark Edwards House and Museum, the Sutliff Museum and the Trumbull Art Gallery.
The Trumbull's Declaration of Independence | Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull
Alexander Hamilton in a 1792 portrait by John Trumbull
* John Trumbull ( 1969 ), " Signing of the Declaration of Independence " Jan van Eyck

John and had
But Dandy had had little experience with girls on his master's plantation in Bayou St. John.
Airless and dingy though it was, the attic represented luxury to a slave who had led a wretched life with six brothers and sisters and assorted relatives in a shanty at Bayou St. John.
When Captain John Gibault of Salem had visited Burma in 1793 his ship, the Astra, had been promptly commandeered and taken by her captors up the Irrawaddy River.
But because the governor was determined that friendship should not influence him one way or the other, he looked for a printer with a knowledge of the law ( which Woodruff did not have ), and awarded the contract to a lawyer named John Steele who had started a newspaper in Helena the year before.
His mother Bess, who could not write herself, reminded her husband through Sturley to buy the apron he had promised her and `` a suite of hattes for 5 boies the yongst lined & trimmed with silke '' ( for John, only a year old ).
I never met John Dewey, whose style was a sort of verbal fog and who had written asking me to go to Mexico with him when he was investigating the cause of Trotsky ; ;
Chairman Khrushchev and John McCloy had a terrible row at Sochi.
John closed his eyes and saw once again the little niche in his mother's bedroom, where she had knelt to tell the good Virgin of her needs.
Geneva, instead of becoming the City of God, as John had dreamed, had in the two years since he had been there, continued to be a godless place where all manner of vice flourished.
But Michael Sept had unmasked him, revealing he had never been a bishop, but was an Anabaptist, afraid to state his faith, because he knew John Calvin had written a book against their belief that the soul slept after death.
So John had refused to agree to his appointment as a preacher, and now Caroli sought revenge.
The following morning, as John entered the Place Molard on his way to visit a sick refugee, he had a premonition of danger.
What had he thought of, to go to John, grovel and beg understanding??
What made him think John had a right to witness his brother's humiliation??
What right had John to any special consideration??
John Vernon had had all the patronage he cared for -- he had prospered, but he could not retire from horsedom.
In her letter to John Brown, `` E. B. '', the Quakeress from Newport, had suggested that the American people owed more honor to John Brown for seeking to free the slaves than they did to George Washington.

John and pointed
Sir John Tenniel's illustration of the Caterpillar ( Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ) | Caterpillar for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is noted for its ambiguous central figure, whose head can be viewed as being a human male's face with a pointed nose and pointy chin or being the head end of an actual caterpillar, with the first two right " true " legs visible.
John Dewey has pointed out that the unity of aesthetics and ethics is in fact reflected in our understanding of behaviour being " fair "-the word having a double meaning of attractive and morally acceptable.
A colony there would be of great assistance to the British Navy in facilitating attacks on the Spanish possessions in Chile and Peru, as Banks's collaborators, James Matra, Captain Sir George Young and Sir John Call pointed out in written proposals on the subject.
After the election of November 1960, Eisenhower in briefing with John F. Kennedy pointed out the communist threat in Southeast Asia as requiring prioritization in the next administration.
The game's designer, John Romero, has pointed out that this is so the player feels more involved in the game: " There was never a name for the DOOM marine because it's supposed to be YOU.
John Smedley, Brad McQuaid, Steve Clover and Bill Trost who jointly are credited with creating the world of EverQuest have repeatedly pointed to their shared experiences playing MUDs such as Sojourn and TorilMUD as the inspiration for the game.
" According to writer Philip Norman, when Groucho jokingly pointed his index fingers as if holding a pair of six-shooters, Elton John put up his hands and said, " Don't shoot me, I'm only the piano player ," thereby naming the album he had just completed.
* John Donne pointed to the humanoid shape of the mandrake root in his poem Song ( Go And Catch A Falling Star ).
While serving as a color commentator for WWE Smackdown, John Layfield pointed out that a wrestler sometimes will make pin attempts early in the match, despite knowing that he has not damaged his opponent enough to win, because sometimes the point is not to get a pin, but rather to force the opponent to expend energy for later in the match.
On this occasion, U. S. Navy Commander John Collins pointed out that a recent article in Sports Illustrated magazine had declared that Eddy Merckx, the great Belgian cyclist, had the highest recorded " maximum oxygen uptake " of any athlete ever measured, so perhaps cyclists were more fit than anyone.
Here he erred, for John pointed out that the kingdoms of Cyprus and Jerusalem were constitutionally separate and he could not be punished for offences in Cyprus by seizure of Beirut.
John Stuart Mill pointed out the dangers of believing that anything that could be given a name must refer to a thing and Stephen Jay Gould and others have criticized psychologists for doing just that.
Among the first pointed or " conical " bullets were those designed by Captain John Norton of the British Army in 1823.
By 1835, the GTU had progressed to the beliefs of John Commerford, who made pointed attacks on “ Capital ”, which he defined as including not only aristocrats, but also Master Artisans.
While Henry George pointed to land-owners, John Maynard Keynes saw rentiers ( non-working owners of financial wealth ) as fitting this picture.
His admirers, in contrast, pointed to the artist's connections with Whistler and Albert Moore, and influence on John Singer Sargent.
That river's spirits reject it too, and the body is driven east into " Losania ", where it is plunged in the bay of the lake near Lucerne, near Mont Pilatus – originally Mons Pileatus or " cloud-capped ", as John Ruskin pointed out in Modern Painters — whence the uncorrupting corpse rises every Good Friday to sit on the bank and wash unavailing hands.
Maria's father, Charles Bicknell, a solicitor, was reluctant to see Maria throw away this inheritance, and Maria herself pointed out that a penniless marriage would detract from any chances John had of making a career in painting.
* April 29: Mason pointed out to Secretary of State, John Forsyth, that once Ohioans crossed the Fulton Line, they would be resisted by Michigan.
" Don't Let's Start "' s lyrics include a number of dark, pointed statements as " everybody dies frustrated and sad, and that is beautiful ," John Linnell has repeatedly insisted that some of its lyrical twists, though pondered extensively by fans, were constructed to complement the melody and are not always meaningful.
" John Rewald, one of the first professional art historians to focus on the birth of early modern art, limited the scope to the years between 1886 and 1892 in his pioneering publication on Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin ( 1956 ): Rewald considered it to continue his History of Impressionism ( 1946 ), and pointed out that a " subsequent volume dedicated to the second half of the post-impressionist period "— Post-Impressionism: From Gauguin to Matisse — was to follow, extending the period covered to other artistic movements derived from Impressionism and confined to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Isaac Newton took an interest in Simon's New Testament criticism in the early 1690s, pointed out to him by John Locke, adding from it to an Arian summary of his views that was intended for publication by Le Clerc, but remained in manuscript.
* John Henry Clarke wrote that " In 1787, Hahnemann discovered the best test for arsenic and other poisons in wine, having pointed out the unreliable nature of the " Wurtemberg test ," which had been in use up to that date.
As Hannah Arendt pointed out, however, ( following the utilitarian John Stuart Mill on this point ): a bad conscience does not necessarily signify a bad character ; in fact only those who affirm a commitment to applying moral standards will be troubled with remorse, guilt or shame by a bad conscience and their need to regain integrity and wholeness of the self.

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