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Fisher Ames, Federalist and statesman, 1758-1808

by Winfred E. A. Bernhard

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Published by Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Va., by the University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Ames, Fisher, 1758-1808,
    • United States -- Politics and government -- 1789-1797

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Winfred E.A. Bernhard.
      ContributionsInstitute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE302.6.A5 B4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 372 p.
      Number of Pages372
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5950477M
      LC Control Number65023142
      OCLC/WorldCa424600

      book. Fisher Ames: Federalist and Statesman, (Institute of Early American History) (Book by Bernhard, Winfred E.) Fisher Ames- Federalist and Statesman ; Membership. Founding member Amherst History Commission, , New England Archivists. With United States Air Force, , European Theatre of Operations. A more likely candidate is Fisher Ames, who had used the pseudonym “Camillus” in and was drafting newspaper essays in (Winfred E. A. Bernhard, Fisher Ames: Federalist and Statesman, – [Chapel Hill, N.C., ], pp. 50, –19).

      Fisher Ames () of Dedham, Massachusetts is not exactly a forgotten Founding Father. The general public may not remember him, but historians and scholars haven’t forgotten Ames so much as they’ve dismissed him. Ames, Fisher (09 April –04 July ), Federalist party leader, member of Congress, essayist, and renowned orator, was born in Dedham, Massachusetts, the son of Nathaniel Ames, Sr., a physician, tavern keeper, and almanac writer, and Deborah Fisher. Intellectually honed, Ames was admitted to Harvard at twelve.

      Fisher Ames; Federalist and Statesman, By Winfred E. A. Bernhard. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture. Pp. xiii, $) Fisher Ames spoke with authority for the Federalists of Massa-chusetts from his election to the state's ratifying convention in. Remsen reported that Fisher Ames was rumored to be the author of Strictures and Observations, but this is clearly impossible because Ames was a strong supporter of Secretary of War Knox (Remsen to TJ, 23 Apr. ; Winfred E. A. Bernhard, Fisher Ames: Federalist and Statesman – [Chapel Hill, N.C., ], p. –5).


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Fisher Ames (/ eɪ m z /; April 9, – July 4, ) was a Representative in the United States Congress from the 1st Congressional District of Massachusetts. He was an important leader of the Federalist Party in the House, and was noted for his oratorical cal party: Federalist.

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Fisher Ames was born in Dedham, Mass., on April 9,the youngest child of Nathaniel and Deborah Fisher Ames, and brother of Nathaniel Ames. Fisher Ames () was a lawyer and a prominent Federalist statesman from Massachusetts. Ames was born on April 9, in Dedham, Mass.

He received an AB from Harvard in and an AM in Ames was admitted to the Suffolk County bar in and began practicing law in Dedham. Vida e carreira política. Ames nasceu em Dedham, pai, um médico, morreu quando Fisher tinha apenas seis anos de idade, mas sua mãe resolveu, a despeito de sua renda limitada, dar ao menino uma educação idade de seis anos começou o estudo do latim, e na idade de doze anos foi enviado para o Harvard College onde se formou emcomeçando a trabalhar como.The American statesman and political essayist Fisher Ames () was a superb congressional orator, noted for his active support of Alexander Hamilton's policies and for his leadership in the Federalist party.

Fisher Ames was born in Dedham, Mass., on April 9,the youngest child of Nathaniel and Deborah Fisher Ames, and brother of Nathaniel.Fisher Ames was a leading New England Federalist and sublime critic of Jacobin Democracy and the French Revolution.

During the presidency of George Washington, he was the leader of his party in the House of Representatives. Ames was active in public life from through and was instrumental in one drafting of the First Amendment to the Constitution.