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Thomas Coffin Amory


Thomas Coffin Amory was born at Boston, on October 6, 1812. He attended the Round Hill School at Northhampton, and graduated from Harvard in 1830. He studied law with his uncle, William Sullivan, and was admitted to the bar in Boston in 1834. He published numerous poems and books.

[Source: William Thomas Davis, Bench and Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 117 (Boston: Boston History Co., 1895)(vol.1)][online text] [See also: Library of the World's Best Literature] [Wikipedia]


Thomas C. Amory, Charles River: A Poem (Cambridge, Massachusetts: John Wilson and Son, 1888) [online text]

_____________, Miscellaneous Poems (Cambridge, Massachusetts: John Wilson & Son, 1888)

______________, William Blackstone, Boston's First Inhabitant (Boston: Rockwell & Churchill, printers, 1877) [online text]


Thomas C. Amory, The Life of James Sullivan: With Selections from his Writings (Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Co., 1859) [vol. 1: online text] [vol.2: online text]

______________, The Military Services and Public :ife of Major-General John Sullivan of the American Revolutionary Army (Boston: Wiggin and Lunt, 1868) [online text] (Port Washington, New York: Kennikat Press 1968)

______________, Old Cambridge and New (Boston: James R. Osgood & Co., 1871)

______________, Our English Ancestors (Boston: D. Clapp, 1872)

______________, General Sullivan not a pensioner of Luzerne (Cambridge: Press of J. Wilson and Son, 1875)

______________, Transfer of Erin: or The Acquisition of Ireland by England (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1877)

______________, Memoir of John Wingate Thornton, A.M., LL. B.
with a list of his publications
(Boston: D. Clapp & Son, 1879) [online text]

______________, Memoir of Hon. William Sullivan, prepared for early diary of Massachusetts historical proceedings (Cambridge: University Press, 1879)

______________, Memoir of Hon. Richard Sullivan (Cambridge: John Wilson and Son, University Press, 1885)

______________, The Life of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, baronet, his English and American ancestors (Boston: Cupples, Upham and Co., 1886) [online text]

______________, Class Memoir of George Washington Warren,
with English and American Ancestry
(Boston: Press of Rockwell & Churchill 1886) [online text]

______________, William Blaxton (Boston: Old State House, 1886)

______________, Siege of Newport (Cambridge: J. Wilson and Son, 1888) [online text]