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" That the person chosen from time to time to be a Professor, be a man of solid learning in Divinity, of sound or orthodox principles, one who is well gifted to teach, of a sober and pioua life, and of a good conversation. "
An Appeal to the Public: On the Controversy Respecting the Revolution in ... - Page 42
by Jedidiah Morse - 1814 - 190 pages
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American Annals, Or, A Chronological History of America: From Its Discovery ...

Abiel Holmes - America - 1805
...antiquities, as the Corporation with the appro•• bation of the Overseers shall judge fit ; and the person, chosen from time " to time to be a Professor,...principles, one who is well gifted to teach, of a rob-.-r and j1' • " eus life, and of a grave conversation." Ibid. J Ibid. See AD 1731. ism; received...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 2; Volume 7

Theology - 1830
...article begins differently. ' That it be recommended to the electors, that at every choice, they prefer a man of solid learning in divinity, of sound or orthodox principles.' It is true, this difference has no bearing on the true interpretation of the term ' orthodox,' which...
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Letter to Governor Lincoln in Relation to Harvard University, Volume 18, Issue 5

Francis Calley Gray - 1831 - 60 pages
...has in fact required. The provision usually cited in this controversy is the following Statute ; ' XI. That the person chosen from time to time to be...principles, one who is well gifted to teach, of a sober and pioua life, and of a good conversation.' There is another passage, however, which seems to me not less...
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Quarterly register and journal of the American education society [afterw ...

American education society - 1831
...approhation of tlie Overseers, shall judge tit; ana the person chosen from time to time to he a Professor, he a man of solid learning in divinity, of sound or Orthodox principles, one who i< well giftM *, teach, of a soher and pious life, and of a grave ionversation." — Holmes' Aonals,...
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A History of Harvard University from Its Foundation in the Year 1636: To the ...

Benjamin Pierce - 1833 - 159 pages
...the Overseers for the time being, to be by t [them displaced for any just and valuable cause.] 11. That | [the person, chosen from time to time to be]...Professor, be a man of solid learning in Divinity, of sound and orthodox principles, one who is well gifted to teach, of a sober and pious life, and of a grave...
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A history of Harvard university: from its foundation, in the year 1636, to ...

Benjamin Peirce - 1833 - 475 pages
...Overseers for the time being, to be by t [them displaced for any just and valuable cause.] 11. That j: [the person, chosen from time to time to be] a Professor, be a man of solid learning in Divinity, of sound and orthodox principles, one who is well gifted to teach, of a sober and pious life, and of a grave...
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Quarterly register and journal of the American education society [afterw ...

American education society - 1837
...college.* What Mr. Hollis required in the character of the professor of divinity, was, 'That he should be a man of solid learning in divinity, of sound, or orthodox principles, one well gifted to teach, of a sober and pious life, and of a grave conversation.' The first professor...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 1

Josiah Quincy - Education - 1840
...the words that it be recommended to the electors, that at every choice they prefer, put in ' tluit the person chosen from time to time to be a Professor, be,' &c. " The plan of a form for the Professor of Divinity to agree to at his inauguration was accepted...
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The Life of Jedidiah Morse, Part 4

William Buell Sprague - Congregational churches - 1874 - 333 pages
...provided, " that the person cho&ou from time to time to be a Profes UNITAIJIAN CONTnOVERST. 61 sor be a man of solid learning in Divinity, of sound or orthodox principles, one who is well gifted to tench, of .1 sober and pious life and of a grave conversation." As to the meaning of the words " Found...
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Authority and Reform: Religious and Educational Discourses in Nineteenth ...

Mark G. Vásquez - Literary Collections - 2003 - 393 pages
...should ever be the character and religious principles of his Professor" — particularly, that he should "be a man of solid learning in Divinity, of sound or orthodox principles." Yet when the final votes were cast on February 14, 1805, Reverend Henry Ware Sr., a mild liberal, was...
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