4 edition of Commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, 1797. found in the catalog.
Commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, 1797.
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The fourteenth child of Dr. John Warren, first professor of anatomy and surgery in Harvard College, and of Abigail Warren, daughter of Hon. John Collins, of Newport, governor of Rhode Island. He was born in Boston 13 May, He was fitted for college partly at the Latin school and partly at a private school kept by Rev. Dr. Gardiner. R. I. 70, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 42 The annual clash held at the R. L Auditorium between Rhode Island and Providence College resulted in a victory for the Keaneymen for tlie third straight year.
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Descriptive Summary. Identification: MSS Creator: Boyce, Truxton W., Title: Truxton W. Boyce genealogical research and family papers Inclusive Dates: – Bulk Dates: s–s Extent: linear feet (10 boxes) Abstract: The Truxton W. Boyce genealogical research and family papers contains twenty-six three-ring notebooks and nine folders of genealogical research. Genealogical & Family History of Northern, NY Pages Massachusetts, in , and in the same year joined Roger Williams in the settlement of Providence, Rhode Island. He was a staunch friend of Williams and a good servant in the cause of humanity. His removal to the metropolis marked the commencement of a series of brilliant.
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Get this from a library. Commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, Order of the exercises. [Rhode Island College ()].
An oration, in defence of Divine revelation; together with the valedictory addresses; delivered in the Baptist meeting-house, in Providence, at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, A.D. Order of exercises for commencement, September 1, Published: () Order of exercises for commencement, September 2, Published: () Order of exercises for commencement, September 6, Published: () Commencement.
Bowdoin College. September 2, / [m,dcc,xcvii. ] An oration, in defence of Divine revelation; together with the valedictory addresses; delivered in the Baptist meeting-house, in Providence, at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, A.D.
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Gift. Edson L. Whitney. Dec. 8 ; Rec. Rare Book ; Evans Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo Folder 9a. An oration upon the infringement of the rights of man, to be delivered at the commencement of Rhode Island College; September 5th, The growing controversy over the morality of the transatlantic slave trade in the late eighteenth century spilled onto the campus of the College of Rhode Island, what is today Brown University.
At the A poem: delivered at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, A.D. By Paul Dodge, A.B. Published by request. Providence: Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their Book-Store, opposite the Market. Jews in the Americas, brings this world of change to life by uniting important out-of-print primary sources on early American Jewish life with rare archival materials that can currently be found only in special collections in Europe, England, the United States, and the : Michael Hoberman.
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