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William Winston Seaton Of The National Intelligencer

A Biographical Sketch With Passing Notices Of His Associates And Friends

by Josephine Seaton

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Biography / Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10581600M
    ISBN 100548381623
    ISBN 109780548381625

    William Winston Seaton (–), Gales’s brother-in-law, was a native of King William County. The two men collaborated harmoniously as co-editors and owners of the National Intelligencer until Gales’s death. Seaton then issued the paper by himself until rising debts forced him to sell it in H-DC – discussion list for Washington DC history; High cost of living in the District of Columbia – ; What Once Was: —Washington’s First Thanksgiving – Resources. William Winston Seaton of the “National intelligencer.”.

    William Winston Seaton. SEATON, William Winston, journalist, born in King William county, Virginia, 11 January, ; died in Washington, D. C., 16 June, He was a descendant of Henry Seaton (of the Scottish family of that name), an adherent of the fortunes of the Stuarts, who came as a political exile to Virginia at the end of the 17th. Smith began publishing the National Intelligencer, & Washington Advertiser three times a week on Octo In , Joseph Gales () became a partner and took over as sole proprietor a year later. From , Gales and his brother-in-law William Winston Seaton () were the newspaper's publishers for nearly fifty years.

    Letter to the editors of the Daily National Intelligencer on being misquoted regarding the Homestead Act. Claims extracts of his speech are out of context. Requests the publication of entire speech. Imprint of building in upper left hand corner. Joseph Gales and William Seaton were the editors of the newspaper. GLC Date: 22 April Ames tells his story clearly, integrating the political views of the paper with biography of its three editors, Samuel Harrison Smith between and and, jointly for almost half a century, Joseph Gales, Jr. and his brother-in-law, William Winston Seaton, between and


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[Josephine Seaton]. William Winston Seaton, journalist, was born in King William County, Va., at Chelsea, the family home, which at that time contained ancestral portraits and memorabilia. He was one of four sons and three daughters of Augustine and Mary Winston Seaton, married in ; the grandson of George and Elizabeth Hill Seaton, married in ; and the great-grandson of Henry and.

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William Winston Seaton (Janu – J ) was an American journalist, born in King William County, Virginia. From until he was, with his brother-in-law Joseph Gales, proprietor of the National Intelligencer at Washington, D.C.

The Honorable William Winston Seaton (Janu – J ) was an American journalist and Politician, born in King William County, Va. Born at Chelsea and educated at Richmond under the tutelage of young Rev. James Ogilvy, the later Earl of Findlater. William Winston Seaton () Samuel Harrison Smith () Nathan Towson () books and other articles to be deposited in the corner stone.

National Intelligencer for (bound); by Gales & Seaton. Abstract Log for the use of American Navigators; by Lieut. Maury, U. Navy; by M. Maury. In the firm of Gales & Seaton acquired The National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser, which had lately been founded, and Brother Seaton entered upon what proved to be his life work, his journal proving at once a financial success and for many years a powerful factor in the national political world.

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Collection contains the business papers of Joseph Gales, Jr., and William W. Seaton, editors of the National Intelligencer.

Correspondence pertains to subscriptions, advertising, announcements and letters to the editors. Some prominent names appear in the. Seaton, William Winston () Libraries Australia Cite this; Resources for William Winston Seaton. Resources by (4) Resources about (3) Resources by William Winston Seaton (4) Register of debates in Congress United States.

William Winston Seaton of the National intelligencer Seaton, Josephine, [ Book: ] At National. SEA′TON, William Winston (). An American journalist, born in King William County, Va.

From until he was, with his brother-in-law, Joseph Gales, proprietor of the National Intelligencer at Washington, D. From until the two were the only reporters of Congressional proceedings.

The National Intelligencer began in under the editorship of Samuel Harrison Smith. Although Smith sold the paper in to Joseph Gales and William Winston Seaton, the paper reigned in the nation's capital until the Civil War, when it ceased publication.After gaining full ownership of the Intelligencer, he took on his brother-in-law William Winston Seaton () as his publishing partner in Gales and Seaton turned the Intelligencer into a daily newspaper, known as the Daily National Intelligencer, and it ran under this name from untiloutliving both of its publishers.Inshe married William Winston Seaton, a colleague of her father’s.

Three years later, the couple moved to Washington, D.C., where Mr. Seaton and Sarah’s brother, Joseph Gales Jr., became co-owners of the National Intelligencer (Washington, D.C.).

Sarah, fluent in French and Spanish, at times translated documents for the newspaper.