Ioannes Dickinson (politicus)

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Ioannes Dickinson

Ioannes Dickinson (13 Novembris 1732 (2 Novembris O.S.)—14 Februarii 1808) fuit iurisconsultus, miles, vir politicae peritus, et scriptor Americanus, incola Philadelphiae Pennsylvaniae et Vilmingtoniae Delavariae. Praefectus militiae per Res Novas Americanas, repraesentativus continentalis pro Pennsylvania et Delavaria, repraesentativus in Conventu Constitutionali Civitatum Foederatarum anni 1787, Praeses Delavariae, et Praeses Pennsylvaniae meruit. Qui, inter divitissimos homines in coloniis Britannicis Americanis, scriptor rerum novarum appellatur ob eius Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania ('Epistulae agricolae in Pennsylvania'). Praeses Thomas Jefferson, certus eius mortis factus, eum agnovit "inter primos suasores iurum suae patriae a Magna Britannia oppugnatae,"[1] cuius "nomen in historia consecrabitur unus ex magnis rerum novarum laudandis."[2][3] Collegium Dickinsonium, Schola Iurisprudentia Dickensoniana Universitatis Civicae Pennsilvaniae, et Complexus Dickinsonianus Universitatis Delavariae ex eo una cum uxore, Maria Norris Dickinson, appellantur. Praeterea, verba "The Liberty Song" ('Carmen libertatis') poeta composuit.

Cultura vulgaris[recensere | fontem recensere]

Dickinson est persona magni momenti in 1776, dramate musico, locum tertium tenens post personas Ioannis Adams et Beniamini Franklinii.

Adnotationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Anglice: "among the first of the advocates for the rights of his country when assailed by Great Britain."
  2. Anglice: "name will be consecrated in history as one of the great worthies of the revolution."
  3. "UD Library discovers Thomas Jefferson letter". University of Delaware. 3 Decembris 2009 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bushman, Claudia L., Harold Bell Hancock, et Elizabeth Moyne Homsey. 1988. Proceedings of the House of Assembly of the Delaware State, 1781-1792, and of the Constitutional Convention of 1792. Newark Delevariae: University of Delaware Press. ISBN 978-0-87413-309-7.
  • Calvert, Jane E. 2007. Liberty Without Tumult: Understanding the Politics of John Dickinson. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 131(3):233–262.
  • Calvert, Jane E. 2008. Quaker Constitutionalism and the Political Thought of John Dickinson. Cantabrigiae et Novi Eboraci: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conrad, Henry C. 1908. History of the State of Delaware. Lancaster Pennsylvaniae: Wickersham Company.
  • Flower, Milton E. 1983. John Dickinson: Conservative Revolutionary. Charlottesville Virginiae: University Press of Virginia. ISBN 0-8139-0966-X.
  • Hoffecker, Carol E. 2004. Democracy in Delaware. Wilmingtoniae Delavariae: Cedar Tree Books. ISBN 1-892142-23-6.
  • Martin, Roger A. 1984. History of Delaware Through its Governors. Wilmingtoniae Delavariae: McClafferty Press.
  • Martin, Roger A. 1995. Memoirs of the Senate. Newark Delavariae: Roger A. Martin.
  • Munroe, John A. 2004. Philadelawareans. Newark Delavariae: University of Delaware Press. ISBN 0-87413-872-8.
  • Munroe, John A. 1954. Federalist Delaware 1775–1815. Novi Brunsvici Novae Caesareae: Rutgers University.
  • Racino, John W. 1980. Biographical Directory of American and Revolutionary Governors 1607-1789. Westport Connecticutae: Meckler Books. ISBN 0-930466-00-4.
  • Rodney, Richard S. 1975. Collected Essays on Early Delaware. Wilmingtoniae Delavariae: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Delaware.
  • Scharf, John Thomas. 1888. History of Delaware 1609–1888. 2 voll. Philadelphiae: L. J. Richards & Co.
  • Stillé, Charles J. 1891. The life and times of John Dickinson.''
  • Ward, Christopher L. 1941. Delaware Continentals, 1776–1783. Wilmingtoniae Delavariae: Historical Society of Delaware. ISBN 0-924117-21-4.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Ioannes McKinly • Thomas McKean • Georgius Read • Caesar Rodney • Ioannes Dickinson • Ioannes Cook • Nicolaus Van Dyke • Thomas Collins • Iehu Davis • Ioshua Clayton • Gunning Bedford • Daniel Rogers • Ricardus Bassett • Iacobus Sykes • David Hall • Nathaniel Mitchell • Georgius Truitt • Iosephus Haslet • Daniel Rodney • Ioannes Clark • Iacobus Stout • John Collins • Caleb Rodney • Iosephus Haslet • Carolus Thomas • Samuel Paynter • Carolus Polk • David Hazzard • Caleb Bennett • Carolus Polk • Cornelius Comegys • Gulielmus Cooper • Thomas Stockton • Iosephus Maull • Gulielmus Temple • Gulielmus Tharp • Gulielmus Ross • Petrus Causey • Gulielmus Burton • Gulielmus Cannon • Gove Saulsbury • Iacobus Ponder • Ioannes Cochran • Ioannes. Hall • Carolus Stockley • Beniaminus Biggs • Robertus Reynolds • Iosue Marvil • Gulielmus Watson • Ebe Tunnell • Ioannes Hunn • Preston Lea • Simeon S. Pennewill • Carolus Miller • Ioannes Townsend • Gulielmus Denney • Robertus Robinson • C. Douglass Buck • Ricardus McMullen • Gualterus Bacon • Elbert Carvel • Cale Boggs • David Buckson • Elbert Carvel • Carolus Terry • Russell Peterson • Sherman Tribbitt • Petrus du Pont • Michael N. Castle • Dale Wolf • Thomas Carper • Ruth Anna Minner • Iacobus Markell • Ioannes Carney